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Rescue workers and volunteers conduct search and rescue operations in the rubble of a collasped building, in Diyarbakir on February 6, 2023, after a 7.8-magnitude earthquake struck the country's south-east. - The combined death toll has risen to over 1,900 for Turkey and Syria after the region's strongest quake in nearly a century. Turkey's emergency services said at least 1,121 people died in the earthquake, with another 783 confirmed fatalities in Syria. (Photo by ILYAS AKENGIN / AFP) (Photo by ILYAS AKENGIN/AFP via Getty Images)

Mighty earthquakes measuring 7.8 and 7.5 shook Turkey and Syria.Let us show the solidarity with the affected people and pray for the normalcy at the earliest.

The World had seen many such incidents which are called “The act of God’. You can’t forecast such events, but can definitely plan something to prevent the damages especially the loss of lives as much as possible-

1) Buildings must be built in such a way that they can withstand Earthquake of at least 8.5 magnitude.

2) All the older buildings must have compulsorily structural auditing every year.

3) Residents should be trained to safeguards themselves in such events.

4) Rescue teams must be trained to act immediately to minimise the loss of lives and damages.

5) International community must show solidarity to help the affected country. International brotherhood must be inculcated to help each other without any prejudice.

It is always worth remembering “Hope for the best but prepare for the worst”.

Manoj Pandey