In occupied Kashmir, following massive anti-India and pro-liberation demonstrations on the day of Eid at Lal Chowk in Srinagar and other parts of the valley, the authorities imposed strict curfew and other restrictions in Srinagar, Islamabad, Pulwama, Sopore, Baramulla, Bandipore and other parts of the territory. Gun toting Indian paramilitary troopers and police personnel were witnessed in strength enforcing the restrictions. No one was allowed to move out of his home. At least 21 persons were injured in clashes following aerial firing and use of brute force by Indian troops to disperse a protest at Lethpora on Srinagar-Jammu highway. Locals in the area and in Basant Bagh said that the police personnel barged into the houses and beat up the inmates. Heavy firing took place in Gow Kadal and Soura areas of Srinagar when people defied the curfew to stage peaceful protests. Over ten people were injured, one of them critically. A mob attacked the house of puppet Minister Peerzada Mohammad Sayeed at his house in Kokarnag. Fifteen persons were injured as the troops opened fire and lobbed teargas shells. Paramilitary troops subjected a newsman, Shaikh Imran Bashir to severe thrashing in Lal Bazar area. Journalists and doctors in Srinagar said that police and paramilitary troopers were not honoring the curfew passes issued to them disabling them to discharge their professional duties. On the other hand, the authorities lodged an FIR against the APHC Chairman, Mirwaiz Umar Farooq on a baseless allegation of inciting people to violence. The Mirwaiz sought impartial probe into the fire incident in which a government building was gutted on Saturday. He said the administration was acting in frustration. Veteran Kashmiri Hurriyet leader, Syed Ali Gilani in a statement strongly condemned the registration of FIR.