SRINAGAR (Agencies) - A security lockdown and general strike called by lawyers in Indian-held Kashmir on Monday shut shops, schools and offices in the revolt-hit region and left ten people injured. The one-day strike backed by all the Kashmiri factions struggling against the Indian rule came as the state administration made its annual move from Jammu to its summer capital Srinagar. The strike is to protest against the collapse of the state judicial system, said Mian Qayoom, the leader of the lawyers, referring to the detention of Kashmiri leaders even after courts ordered their freedom. Top leaders like Shabir Shah, Nayeem Khan, Masarat Alam and Ashraf Sehrai have remained in custody despite court orders for their release. Authorities sealed off neighbourhoods in most parts of Srinagar, and deployed thousands of police and paramilitary forces to prevent protests. Despite tight security three policemen and six Kashmiri protesters were injured during violent clashes between the two sides in Srinagar and northern Baramulla district, police said. A government official was also hurt when protesters stoned his vehicle in a Srinagar suburb, police said. Meanwhile, the authorities in Kashmir have placed Chairman APHC Mirwaiz Umar Farooq and other party leaders under house arrest to prevent them from leading anti-India demonstrations. The authorities have imposed undeclared curfew in the downtown areas of Srinagar while clashes have been reported between Indian police and demonstrators in Bimna and Qamarwari areas of the city. It is to mention here that complete strike is being observed in the occupied territory to protest against the Indian plan to change the demographic composition of Jammu and Kashmir through the forthcoming so-called census.