SRINAGAR- Eid-ul-Fitr was celebrated in Held Kashmir with religious fervour and gaiety amid stray incidents of violence at some places while at Srinagar youth set ablaze a police vehicle.Global News Service has reported that the Eid celebrations were held all across Held Kashmir and the biggest congregations were held at Jamia Masjid, Nowhatta, Hazratbal, Sonawar and Eidgah in Srinagar. Thousands of people, including men, women and children, participated in the Eid prayers.Soon after the Eid prayers, angry mob intercepted a police vehicle near Eidgah and later set it on fire, official sources said. Three policemen were then beaten by the mob including an Assistant Sub-Inspector but they managed to escape from the spot. However, they were injured in the incident, sources said.In North Kashmir’s Sopore Town, soon after Eid prayers, youths pelted stones on Central Reserve Police Force (CRPF) pickets near State Bank of India (SBI). The CRPF personnel retaliated and fired some tear gas shells to disperse the protesters.People were protesting against the government’s clampdown on Hurriyat (G) Chairman Syed Ali Shah Geelani, who is also under house arrest since Sunday.Geelani was supposed to offer Eid prayers at Dargah Hazratbal shrine in Srinagar.According to reports, Eid prayers were offered peacefully in district headquarters of Ganderbal, Bandipora, Baramulla, Kupwara, Badgam, Pulwama, Shopian, Kulgam and Anantnag.After offering prayers, people greeted and embraced each other. Children and youth wearing new clothes added special colour to the Eid festivities.All senior Hurriyat leaders including Syed Ali Geelani, Mirwaiz Umer Farooq, Shabbir Shah, Muhammad Yasin Malik and Muhammad Nayeem Khan were placed under house arrest in Srinagar.“These measures have been taken to ensure that nobody disturbs peace and tranquility in the city on the occasion of Eid-ul-Fitr,” a police official said.“Leaving politics aside, imposing curbs on people and preventing them from discharging their religious duties is interference in our religious matters,” Mirwaiz Umar Farooq said while addressing Eid gathering over phone.He said if the government wants peace in Held Kashmir, it needs to resolve the issues by addressing them.