Kashmiris on Monday protested against Indian forces’ atrocities in occupied Kashmir valley outside the Britain Prime Minister Theresa May’s house in London.
The escalating Indian brutality in held-Kashmir has forced the people to take to the street in order to record their demonstration.
Muslim Conference Leader Mehar-un-Nisa and former British Parliamentarian George Galloway supervised the protest staged outside Theresa May’s official residence in Ten Downing Street.
The protesters came from different areas also held a candlelight vigil to pledge solidarity with the Kashmiri people and martyred freedom fighter Burhan Wani.
Meanwhile, complete shutdown continues, to protest against the civilian killings and other brutalities by Indian forces in the occupied Kashmir Valley.
The puppet authorities have imposed a curfew and other restrictions in all major towns to prevent marches towards the residences of members of the so-called Legislative Assembly (MLAs) across the territory.
At least 9000 Kashmiris have been detained during the three-month crackdown.
The uprising that was triggered by the killing of Hizbul Mujahideen commander Burhan Wani by Indian forces on July 8 has left more than 110 people dead and several thousand injured, so far.
More than 800 people have sustained pellet injuries with the majority of them on the verge of losing eyesight partially or fully.