Shutdown in Indian occupied Kashmir has resumed, disrupting normal life.

Markets have remained shut while Indian forces, barricades and barbed wires lined deserted roads in Srinagar.

Chairman of all parties Hurriyet conference, Syed Ali Gilani condemned the high handedness of Indian Forces.

He said that oppressive measures are the main cause of growing human rights violations in the valley.

More than 100 people have been killed by Indian Forces in the past six months. Thousands more have been injured.

Occupied Kashmir plunged into its worst unrest in six years as Indian Forces murdered Hizbul Mujahideen leader, Burhan Wani on July 08.