Bullet-ridden Body of Missing Army Jawan Recovered From J&K's Shopian

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Bullet-ridden body of a 23-year-old Army soldier, Irfan Ahmad Dar, from Kashmir was found about 2 km away from his home in Shopian of South Kashmir on Saturday, after he wad abducted by militants on Friday evening. Dar was resident of a nearby village called Sanzan in Shopian district.

Police said they have received the information of the recovery and they are in the process of collecting it. "His bullet-riddled body was recovered on today morning". A police officer, while speaking to the TV channel, said that the possibility of the involvement of terrorists in the kidnap and murder can not be ruled out.

No other detail is immediately known. The jawan was on leave when he was abducted by militants in Shopian, officials said.

The Army however called it a “possible abduction and murder”
The Army however called it a “possible abduction and murder”

As per Reports recommended that the police was investigating questioning the case and were look into if suspected militants were caught up with the killing. "Such heinous acts will not weaken our resolve to establish peace and normalcy in the valley", she wrote on Twitter. Jammu and Kashmir chief minister Mehbooba Mufti, tweeted, "Strongly condemn the brutal killing of Irfan Ahmed Dar, Territorial Army soldier at Shopian". In May, Lt Ummer Fayaz was killed in the same district.

A Border security Force (BSF) trooper on leave, constable Muhammad Ramzan Parray, 31, was killed in his ancestral Hajin village of Bandipora district by militants on September 28.

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