Hello @arakeshr ,
it should be a little different
LSA type 5 are domain wide flooded to all standard areas and to area 0
the E flag bit is set in the Router LSA generated by the ASBR node meaning that it is currently injecting in the OSPF domain at least one prefix.
The ABR between area 0 and the area where the ASBR is located generates the first copy of LSA type 4 as a way to propagate the ASBR liveness, in all other areas each router will check if an LSA type 4 exists for the OSPF RID associated to the the LSA type 5 originator ID, as an additional check before using the info in the external LSA data structure.
The ABRs connected to area 0 will re-generate the LSA type 4 in each standard area
Hope to help