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Kashmir : Bullet-ridden body of missing Kashmiri army officer recovered

Kashmir : Bullet-ridden body of missing Kashmiri army officer recovered

India Blooms News Service | @indiablooms | 25 Nov 2017, 06:52 pm

Srinagar, Nov 25 (IBNS) : The body of an army officer, who went missing on Friday, was recovered in Jammu and Kashmir's Shopian on Saturday, media reports said.

The bullet-ridden body of Territorial Army jawan Irfan Ahmad Dar, 23,  was found by locals in the morning and police recovered it, CNN-News 18 reported.

The report quoted a senior police official as saying that the soldier's car was found close to the body.

The police has not ruled out the possibility of militants involved in the kidnap and murder.

Dar was a resident of Sensen village of Shopian district. He was in the Engineering Regiment of the Indian Army and was posted in Gurez, the report added, a local newspaper reports said.

Kashmir : Bullet-ridden body of missing Kashmiri army officer recovered

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