Mohammad Salim's Bullet Riddled Body Recovered from Qaimoh Gath, Kashmir Police Constable Was Abducted From Kulgam
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Srinagar, July 21:  The bullet-riddled body of a Jammu and Kashmir police constable, Mohammad Salim Shah, who was abducted by terrorists in Kulgam last night, has been recovered from Qaimoh Gath area in the district.

Salim was a trainee police constable in Jammu and Kashmir and was abducted by militants from his home. His home is in Kulgam, and the abduction took place on Friday night. The news was shared by news agency ANI. Check the tweet below:

Mohammad Saleem Shah, was on a leave, and was abducted from his residence from the area of Kulgam district, which is in south Kashmir.

Shah was undergoing his training period in Kathua. The security forces had launched a manhunt to find Shah, said reports.

Earlier this month, on July 5, in a similar incident, Jammu and Kashmir policeman Javaid Dar was abducted by militants from Shopian district. His dead body was found in Kulgam the next day.

Indian Army soldier Aurangzeb, who was a resident of Kashmir's Poonch district, was also abducted by militants in Pulwama, while he was going to his hometown on leave for Eid. His body was found at Gusoo Pulwama on June 14. Mohammad Saleem Shah is the latest security force victim who has been targeted by the militants in the valley.