The Indo-British community paid its respects to those who died in the First World War by marching through Croydon on Remembrance Sunday.

Led by World Humanitarian Drive (WHD), a social activism charity, supporters walked through Croydon High Street alongside military personnel, carrying signs and placards.

Over one million Indian troops served overseas during the First World War, with at least 75,000 dying in the conflict.

WHD chairman Abdul Basit Syed said: "We value Peace, Education and Harmony as our highest objectives of life. Hence WHD organisation members, together with our youth team volunteers, joined hands to promote Integrity and Solidarity, by showing their support for our fallen heroes of First World War, by saluting those Soldiers who sacrificed their lives to promote peace in the world."

"We are pleased and honoured to be Representing Indo-British Migrant community who bravely fought along with our Armed Forces at First World War and lost their precious lives."

WHD were joined by Mayor Bernadette Khan, who laid down a wreath on behalf of the organisation in front of veterans, local MPs and civic leaders.