Another seven people died in a separate blast on Saturday, which also wounded two people.
The Marwar and Surrang coalfields lie east of Baluchistan's capital Quetta.
About 16 mine workers of dead bodies were pulled out from the coalmine after collapsing mine roof in gas explosion by local rescue teams including law enforcement agencies after hectic efforts under monitoring of provincial officials. "The owners and managers of mining companies don't care for poor workers because for them money is more important than our lives", Akhtarzada, a survivor of the Marwar incident, said.
Most of the miners came from the same village in Khyber Pakhtunkhwa's Shangla district, officials told Pakistan's Dawn newspaper.
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Six people were rescued and taken to a hospital for treatment, and rescuers were still looking Saturday night for one person believed trapped in the mine, officials said. Some labourers are reportedly still trapped under rubble of the mine, which collapsed due to a gas explosion. According to the Pakistan Mining Labour Federation, between 100 and 200 miners die in accidents annually. The rescue operation resumed this morning and bodies of remaining five labourers were recovered.
A total of 43 workers died in 2011 when gas explosions triggered a collapse in another Balochistan colliery, also owned by the Pakistan Mineral Development Corporation.
He said the seven miners were working 3,400 feet deep inside the mine when the landslide occurred inside it, burying the seven, adding that the landslide might have been caused by some activity taking place under the mine.