The tanker conveying fuel blasted into flares close Ahmedpur East on 25 June.
Villagers had assembled, supposedly to gather fuel spilling from the smashed tanker, when it burst into flames. Handfuls are being dealt with in healing center.
The loss of life in the hours after the fire hit 150, yet neighborhood authorities now say it is no less than 206, after more casualties kicked the bucket in clinic.
The fire was started by a bystander lighting a cigarette, a save administrations representative told the BBC.
A portion of the casualties may just be recognized by DNA inspecting, as the bodies were so seriously consumed in the episode, reports said.
A mass memorial service for 125 of the casualties was held a week ago.
Police sources disclosed to Pakistani news office APP that the tanker had been transporting 25,000 liters (5,500 gallons) of fuel from Karachi to Lahore. It shows up the tanker blew a tire while adjusting a
sharp twist in the street.
Police sources said that individuals in close-by towns had hurried to the scene to gather fuel in pots, and furthermore made telephone calls to their relatives in different towns to come to gather fuel.
Movement police had attempted futile to keep the group far from the tanker as neighborhood individuals, including ladies and kids, kept gathering fuel, the sources said.
A colossal fire at that point ejected, overwhelming every one of the general population remaining around the vehicle, they said.
Crisis administrations attempted to discover copies units to treat the harmed, APP announced.
Motorway police representative Imran Shah told the AFP news office that an administration request had closed five police authorities were liable of covering