The epicenter of the earthquake was West Delhi and it occurred at a depth of 15 kilometres at 9.17 am.
The epicentre of the quake was Alwar in Rajasthan, according to the NCS.
According to the officials, to date 103 notices have been issued to various building owners to conduct an audit of the structural safety and submit a report to SDMC within 30 days.
According to the National Centre for Seismology, the epicentre of the earthquake, which occurred at 7 p.m., was 60 km south by southwest of Gurugram.
Scientists said that since the seismic network is quite good, present micro to minor earthquakes in and around Delhi-NCR could be recorded.
Petitioner who moved a plea said the bench observed that the authorities did not appear to have implemented the court's earlier directions.
According to National Centre for Seismology, the epicentre of the earthquake was 13-km from Haryana’s Gurugram, and was the 13th time that a jolt occurred in Delhi’ NCR region.
Earlier in the month, a medium-intensity earthquake of magnitude 3.4 had hit capital with an epicentre near Northeast Delhi's Wazirpur area.
The National Centre for Seismology said that the quake occurred at 11:28 am at a depth of eight kilometres in north Delhi's Pitampura.
According to the National Center for Seismology (NCS), the quake occurred at 1.45 pm at a depth of five kilometres.
On Sunday, another low-intensity quake of magnitude 3.5 hit the national capital.