Another earthquake, measuring 4.2 magnitude on the Richter Scale, jolted Myanmar on Saturday afternoon.
According to Volcano Discovery, the tremor hit at 3:50pm (Bangladesh time).
The tremor was felt in Chattogram. No damage was reported immediately.
Earlier on Friday morning, a shallow and strong 6.1 magnitude earthquake struck the Myanmar-India border region.
Two stronger sharp shakes were felt in Chattogram, Dhaka and different parts of Bangladesh at around 5:45am on the day.
According to the United States Geological Survey (USGS), the epicenter of the earthquake was near Hakha, Chin State, Myanmar.
A four-storey building leaned towards the adjacent building in Chattogram due to the earthquake on Friday.
Biswajit Nath, teacher of Geography & Environmental Studies, University of Chittagong and also natural disaster researcher, said "Today entire Himayan range has experienced series of earthquakes started from Mw 2.0-6.0 at maximum."
All these happened within 30 minutes. It's an intraplate movement which suggests all thrust fault lines are active, he said adding that a great indicator of bigger earthquake that will occurs in the near future.