ISLAMABAD (APP) - Chairman APHC, Mirwaiz Umer Farooq, veteran Kashmiri Hurriyet leader, Syed Ali Geelani, Shabbir Ahmad Shah and Naeem Ahmad Khan could not offer Eid prayers as the authorities had placed them under house arrest. According to KMS, people held demos at several places and an angry mob set ablaze a police vehicle and attacked the office of District Magistrate in Islamabad (IHK). Dozens of people were injured when Indian paramilitary forces used brute force and teargas shells against the protestors in Rajouri Kadal, Safa Kadal, Nawakakal, Ganderbal, Humhama, Sopore, Seelu, Palhalan, Baramulla, Delina, Handwara, Trehgam, Hajin and Sumbal. Hurriyat leaders addressing Eid gatherings denounced the ban on the movement of Mirwaiz Umer Farooq, Syed Ali Gilani and other leaders. The APHC Chairman in his statement and Agha Syed Hassan Almosavi in his address to a gathering in Budgam said that Indian state terrorism could not suppress Kashmiris just struggle. Mutthaheda-Majlis-e-Ulema in a statement also castigated the authorities for placing Mirwaiz Umar Farooq, under house arrest on the occasion of Eid-ul-Azha. The authorities had disallowed all vehicular and pedestrian movement in Lal Chowk area of Srinagar imposing restrictions in and around the old City to prevent people from taking out protest demos. Meanwhile, two Indian police personnel were found dead in mysterious circumstances, one of them in a hotel in Jammu and the other in a restaurant in Kathua. During Eid congregations in IHK on Wednesday people reaffirmed their resolve to continue struggle till it reaches its logical conclusion. Thousands of Muslims offered Eid prayers and the largest congregations were held at Hazratbal, Eidgah and TRC ground in Srinagar.