Thousands of people have defied restrictions to mourn an 11-year-old boy who is said to have been killed by Indian Government forces in Kashmir.
Nasir Shafi went missing after protestors in his village were chased by security forces during a protest on Friday.
His pellet-ridden body was found on Friday evening and his funeral was held today in the New Theed village of Harwan.
More than 5,000 mourners lined the streets, defying a curfew imposed after the protests, to offer funeral prayers for Nasir, who is reported to have been 11-years-old.
His body was wrapped in an Islamic flag as he was carried high. A man close to him in these images is thought to be his father.
Anti India protests continue in Kashmir against the Indian rule and against the killing of innocents in the valley.
So far, 85 civilians have been killed and over 12,000 Injured during the fierce protests after a popular young rebel commander, Burhan Wani, was killed in a gunfight with the army.
The violence in the area is the worse since 2010 and the protests have triggered a heavy crackdown by Indian government forces which include many strict curfews.
According to the BBC, the police fired teargas at the mourners.
The IB Times reported that mourners shouted slogans in favour of Islam and independence as they marched with his body.
Violence has broken out since the death of Wani, who was popular on social media posting photos and videos against Indian rule.
Since his death, thousands have been injured in clashes and protests with security forces.
The region endured 53 consecutive days of curfew, which had come to an end at the end of August but has been reinstated.