Helicopters airlifted the group to safety after they were spotted early on Sunday at a base camp near India's second highest mountain, the 7,826-metre (25,643-foot) Nanda Devi.
Turkey's Disaster and Emergency Authority (AFAD) said 33 emergency workers died when the second avalanche hit while they were searching for two more victims of the first snowslip, which killed five people, after rescuing eight others. Fifty-three people were injured, it said.
For Samina's mother, Shahnaz Bibi, who lost a son and another daughter, the rescue was nothing short of a miracle. After being pulled out of the snow earlier, Shahnaz said she and her brother, Irshad Ahmad, had given up hope of finding Samina alive.
Imran said: “The severe snowfalls and landslides in AJK have caused misery and deaths. I have asked the NDMA, the military and all our federal ministers to immediately provide all humanitarian assistance on an emergency footing to the affected people in AJK.”
Their deaths came as major search operations were launched looking for skiers following four separate avalanches in central Europe.
One person was missing after the late Sunday avalanche near the Pakistani border, said Najibullah Hanif, who heads Kunar province's information and culture department. The landslide followed a day of heavy snow.
Posting a video to Instagram, 26-year-old Brit Harry Shimmin described how his group of 10 was hiking through the Tian Shan mountains when they heard “the sound of deep ice cracking”, before looking up to see the wall of snow shooting towards them.
The skiing group was made up of Russian and Polish nationals and two local guides, police said. Police identified the two Polish skiers as Krzysltof, 43, and Adam Grzech, 45. Their bodies have been moved to a hospital.
Rescuers had recovered the bodies of a 38-year-old woman, her 18-month-old child and 45-year-old husband. A 14-year-old was found alive and "taken to the hospital with serious injuries".