ISLAMABAD : After Islambad Pakistan where a memorandum was delivered to the UN observer’s mission, today JKLF leaders in London presented a protest note to the Indian mission against the killing of innocent civilians in Gool Ramban. In protest note JKLF has strongly condemned the brutal and unlawful killings of 6 innocent Kashmiris at the hands of Indian armed forces during a peaceful demonstration in Gool, Ramban, and Kashmir.On the occasion JKLF leaders which included President UK Zone Prof Azmat A Khan, head of the JKLF Diplomatic Committee Prof. Zafar Khan, Senior Vice President Chr. Mahmood Hussain, General Secretary Syed Tahseen Gilani, organizer Sabir Gul, Finance Secretary Ali Asghar and other leaders of JKLF UK chapter while presenting the protest note said that the recent killings in Kashmir clearly show India’s intolerant behavior towards Kashmir. They said that indiscriminate firing on peaceful demonstrators will not make Kashmiris retract from their demand of free and fair plebiscite in Kashmir.The leaders said that JKLF will lobby on international forums to muster up the popular political and diplomatic support in favor of the people of Kashmir for their inherent, inalienable and internationally recognized and pledged right to complete independence. JKLF leaders reiterated that peaceful struggle for right of self determination will continue despite nefarious and violent methods of suppression by the Indian state against the people of Kashmir.The leaders also condemned the restriction on internet services and arrest of Pro-Freedom leadership including JKLF Chairman Yasin Malik, Syed Ali Shah Gilani, Shabir Ahmed Shah and many others. Leaders also condemned the continued detention of JKLF leaders Noor Mohammad Kalwal, Bashir Ahmad Boya, Bashir Ahmad Kashmiri and Ghulam Mohammed Dar.JKLF leaders called upon the international community to ensure safety and dignity of people of Kashmir, especially when Indian army which is on killing spree is enjoying all the immunity under draconian law AFSPA (Armed forces Special Powers Act) which is enforced in Jammu Kashmir.