SRINAGAR (Agencies) - Thousands of demonstrators the other day staged noisy anti-India protests in Held Kashmir after Eid congregations. Muslims thousands in number poured into the streets, shouting, We want freedom and Allah is great, after offering Eid prayers in the northern town of Sopore, about an hours drive from Indian Held Kashmirs summer capital Srinagar. The protests were led by Syed Ali Geelani following prayers. Geelani addressed a huge gathering in Sopores main square, urging India to end its occupation of Kashmir. People of India are our brothers. We have no animosity towards them. We only urge India to end its occupation of Kashmir, Geelani said, as mainly young Kashmiri men chanted: Go India, go back In Srinagar, meanwhile, police used teargas to disperse crowds after another top Kashmiri leader Mirwaiz Umar Farooq addressed thousands of people as pro-freedom slogans rang out. Farooq later urged Indias leading anti-corruption crusader Anna Hazare to also voice concern over the deteriorating human rights situation in Kashmir. People like Hazare should help us in ending human rights violations by troops in our state, Farooq told the crowd. Anti-India sentiments run high in Held Kashmir where security forces are often accused of human rights violations by the local population.