The tunnel under construction is part of a highway network of bridges and tunnels in strategic Himalayan regions.
Rescuers found the bodies of nine other workers in a collapsed tunnel in Indian-administered Kashmir, bringing the death toll to 10.
The tunnel, part of a mountain road system under construction in the Himalayas, collapsed on Thursday night.
The body of a worker was found on Friday.
Amir Ali, an official with the government’s disaster management department, said on Saturday that the bodies of all the missing workers had been found.
Emergency crews used heavy machinery to clear debris from the collapse site in the southern district of Ramban, where the tunnel under construction is part of a vast network of bridges and tunnels on a strategic road linking the two main cities of Srinagar and Jammu. Disputed area.
The section that collapsed was an approach tunnel used for ventilation and to transport supplies and equipment to the main tunnel under construction, officials said.
A landslide near the tunnel entrance hampered rescue efforts at the collapse site on Friday.
Footage from the Indian-Tibetan border police showed people being helped by security when a section of hillside outside the tunnel entrance began to slide.
Three workers are being treated in hospital, Amir Ali said.