In occupied Kashmir, Indian police and paramilitary Central Reserve Police Force personnel burst tear smoke shells and resorted to firing to disperse protestors in southern town of Islamabad. According to Kashmir Media Service, anti-India demonstrations were held at Malaknag, Reshibazar and Cheeni Chowk areas of the town and at least seven persons were injured when the police and CRPF men resorted to teargas shelling and aerial firing. The locals told media men that the CRPF personnel stormed into many houses in Malaknag and Reshibazar localities. "They smashed the window panes of all the houses came their way besides the glasses of all the vehicles parked in the area," a resident, Javaid Ahmad said. Meanwhile, panic gripped Lal Chowk in Srinagar when the CRPF troopers resorted to aerial firing after a traffic policeman stopped the vehicle in which they were travelling. "Angered by this, the troopers hurled abuses on the policeman, who punched the CRPF driver. The CRPF troopers disembarked from the vehicle and resorted to aerial firing, which resulted in panic in the area," eyewitness told media men.