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Six colliers killed in Balochistan mine explosion


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March 13, 2021

QUETTA: An explosion in a coal mine in Balochistan claimed the lives of six miners, officials with the provincial Directorate of Mines said Friday. They were among eight miners trapped about 1,000...

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QUETTA: An explosion in a coal mine in Balochistan claimed the lives of six miners, officials with the provincial Directorate of Mines said Friday. They were among eight miners trapped about 1,000 feet underground when accumulating methane gas exploded at the coalfield in Marwar in the province of Balochistan, the officials said. “Six bodies have been retrieved by the rescue team from the affected mine this morning,” a senior official of the Directorate of Mines said.

“(The) mine has been closed and an inquiry has been ordered by the Chief Inspector of Mines into the incident.” In the past year, 102 coal miners were killed inBalochistan in 72 different incidents, Sultan Muhammad Lala, president of the Balochistan Coal Mines Workers Federation, told Reuters.

Lala said the government and mine owners were not ensuring safe working conditions at the sites. An explosion caused by methane gas at another coal mine in Marwar killed 20 workers in May 2018. In August that year, another methane-fueled explosion in the city of Quetta killed seven. In 2011, 45 coal miners were killed by a methane gas explosion, also in Balochistan. Sparsely populated and impoverished Balochistan is home to large deposits of coal, natural gas, copper and gold, many of which are being extracted by Chinese-backed operations


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