Apart from the deaths, 70 injuries were reported and 75 houses damaged, said a statement by the National Disaster Management Authority.
The rain began late Thursday across the country, with the southwestern province of Balochistan and northwestern Khyber Pakhtunkhwa worst hit.
Poorly-built homes, particularly in rural areas, are most susceptible to collapse during heavy spring rains.
The death toll from the collapse of a coal mine shaft in northwest Pakistan rose to nine, with 10 injured.
Officials said the rescue at the mine in the far-flung mountainous Orakzai tribal district ended Monday morning after 16 people were saved.
“The rescue operation has ended and we have seven people dead, 10 injured while 16 others have been rescued from the mine,” Zubair Khan, a top government official in the district, told AFP.
More than 30 miners were trapped after the shaft collapsed amid heavy downpours on Sunday.
WEATHER IN NEXT 24 HOURS
According to Met Office, more rain-thunderstorm with snowfall over the hills is expected at scattered places in Kashmir, Islamabad, upper Punjab (Rawalpindi, Gujranwala divisions), upper Khyber Pakhtunkhwa (Malakand, Hazara, Peshawar, Mardan divisions), Gilgit-Baltistan and FATA while at isolated places in Kohat, Lahore, Sargodha and Makran divisions while dry weather is expected in elsewhere in the country in the next 24 hours.
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