I am an Indian passport holder living and working in the US on a green card (permanent resident). I am considering traveling to UK to visit family and friends, so I believe I need to apply for a UK General Visitor Visa. I am planing to fly from the US to UK, and then onward to India on vacation. I will stay in the UK with my relatives and friends for about 3-4 days before flying to India. However, one particular eligibility condition on the uk.gov website which confused me is something relating to transiting to another country, or rather not being in transit. The clause says that I can apply for a General Visitor Visa if I am "not in transit to another country, except for Ireland, the Isle of Man or the Channel Islands".
Here is the link to the site: https://www.gov.uk/general-visit-visa/eligibility
So does that mean that I cannot travel from US to UK to India? This doesnt make sense at all.