In 1891, as MGA claimed to be the Messiah, he was also claiming that the miracles and prophecies of Jesus were in no way extraordinary, this included earthquakes, deaths, wars and famines (See Izala Auham, RK-3, pages 106-107). Thus, MGA totally denied that these were religious phenomenon. 12 years later in 1903, via MGA’s revelations published in the Badr and Hakam, MGA continued to give the impression that earthquakes weren’t important to him or any type of divine phenomenon. However, after the Kangra earthquake April 4th, 1905 (which was about 100-200 KM from Qadian), MGA and his team of writers totally changed up. They even went to MGA’s writings from 1879-1884 (Via the Barahin) and claimed that MGA had predicted the Kangra earthquake back in 1879-1884, which is ridiculous. However, this was their normal process of argumentation. They did the same with the prophethood of MGA. All the references are posted in the below.
After MGA died, the Barahin-i-Ahmadiyya Vol. 5 was published and Noorudin defended MGA’s contradiction in a silly way (See the ref in the below). In 1935, 18 Ahmadi’s died in Quetta as a result of this earthquake (See ROR of April 1935, page 273). In 1935, there were barely 174 Ahmadi’s in Quetta, this men, women in children, they also seem to have had a mosque. This is the beginnings of the Ahmadiyya jamaat in Quetta. 2 or 3 Ahmadi’s also died in the famous Bihar earthquake of 1934.