MUZAFFARABAD (AFP) Protesters set fire to an effigy of the Indian prime minister Thursday, marching to protest against India over three months of violence in the Indian-held Kashmir. More than 500 demonstrators took part in the protest march in Pakistan Occupied Kashmir, an AFP reporter said. They marched through Muzaffarabad, before setting on fire the Indian flag and an effigy of Indian Prime Minister Manmohan Singh. The crowd shouted 'Go India, go back, carrying placards scrawled with slogans such as 'Indian dogs, go back and calling for jihad (holy war). India is forcing us to cross the Line of Control and we will, if it does not stop atrocities in Indian-occupied Kashmir, said Hizbul Mujahideen leader Syed Salahuddin. Abdul Aziz Alvi, a Jamaatud Dawa leader, said they would continue their jihad against India. We are waiting for the international communitys reaction to stop Indian atrocities and after that we will reply - bullet with bullet, he said.