London: Prime minister Narendra Modi scheduled to visit the United Kingdom this week, amongst other events has a lunch scheduled to be hosted by the Queen at the Buckingham palace. this visit is befalling at the times when the demand for the\u00a0thrust back of the koh-i-noor diamond is gaining strong popularity.\nThe Koh-i-Noor fight: Queen Elizabeth II may face a lawsuit\nTo raise a voice for the cause a Lobby group consisting of Indian businessman and actors has been formed,\u00a0in framing a lucid case against Queen Elizabeth\u00a0II \u00a0for the same,The campaign is gaining much power and strength\u00a0this time, as juxtaposed to last time when the British government had outright rejected India's demand on the return of the diamond, while the same decision of the British government was supported by president David Cameroon in the year 2013 during his visit to India, stating, he did not believe in "Returnism".\nREAD: Tiff Over Terai: India Condemns Nepal's Deputy PM's Remark.\nCalling themselves the "Mountain of Light group" the force is all-\u00a0ready. campaigners have informed the British law firm, that this time the demand\u00a0is not is going to b much stronger,'it would be basing its case on principles, embodied in British law that give the institution the power to return stolen art'.\n\nOne prime paymaster for this campaign David De Souza,\u00a0co-founder of the Indian\u00a0leisure group TIOS is not just funding\u00a0the campaign but has mandated the British lawyers to mandate the high court proceedings, \u00a0in an interview with Sunday telegraph \u00a0gave a protruding statement.\n\n\n\nHe\u00a0said, "The Koh-i-Noor is one of the many artefacts taken from India under dubious circumstances. Colonisation did not only rob our people of wealth, it destroyed the country's psyche itself.\n\n"It brutalised society, traces of which linger on today in the form of mass poverty, lack of education and a host of other factors".\n\nKoh-i-noor- is believed to have been mined in India\u00a0approximately 800 years ago is a 105 carat stone, passed down from one ruling dynasty to another,\u00a0is known worldwide and over generations, as the largest\u00a0cut diamond, but the name in itself has a deep meaning; "mountain of light",\n\nIn the year 1849,\u00a0after the British\u00a0colonised Punjab, the arrangements of the Koh-i-noor to be presented to queen victoria were made, by the British governor-general, as a result of this Duleep Singh, a 13-year-old boy.(\u00a0Duleep Singh was the last Sikh ruler), was made to travel all the way to Britain to hand over the same to queen victoria. the diamond is now found at a display in the tower of London, where it is resting on the crown belongs to queen victoria's mother.\n\nThe campaign is being supported in huge numbers by a lot of people, one such person advocating the campaign is, Bhumika Singh, Bollywood actress, who said "Koh-i-Noor is not just a 105-carat piece of stone. It has a lot of history and culture attached to it, and undoubtedly should be returned to India."\n\nOn the contrary, the\u00a0there is robust patronage \u00a0in Britain coming from Indian-origin labour MP kEITH Vaz\u00a0of the labour party, who beckoned the campaign by saying ": "What a wonderful moment it would be, if when PM Modi finishes his visit, he returns to India with the promise of the diamond's return.\n\n\n\nThis strong crusade is a reflection to how a society can never overcome the victimisation, te pain of the same continued for generations, the long kept silence is now being broken. no matter what the result is, but this surely would be considered a part of "India's freedom struggle".