Muslims across entire Occupied Kashmir celebrated Eid ul Fitr with Pakistan and NOT with Indian government announcement

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Muslims across entire Occupied Kashmir celebrated Eid ul Fitr with Pakistan and NOT with Indian government announcement

ISLAMABAD - As the whole Muslim Ummah enjoys the joys of Eid-ul-Fitr on Sunday, the Muslims in Indian Occupied Jammu and Kashmir are also celebrating the religious festival with Pakistan under strict military siege imposed by India.

An analytical report released by the Research Section of Kashmir Media Service on the occasion of Eid-ul-Fitr said the occupation authorities imposed severe restrictions and deployed Indian troops in every nook and corner of the territory to prevent people from offering Eid prayers and staging anti-India demonstrations.

The report pointed out that Indian state terrorism witnessed an unprecedented surge during the holy month of Ramadan and Indian troops martyred 25 innocent Kashmiris in 472 cordon and search operations during the month.

It said that at least 249 people were injured due to the use of brute force by the troops during the military operations and peaceful anti-India demonstrations.

It added that Indian police and paramilitary personnel arrested 163 persons during house raids in the month of Ramadan.

Meanwhile, defying restrictions, people held forceful anti-India demonstrations in Srinagar, Pulwama, Islamabad, Shopian, Badgam and other areas.

They raised high-pitched anti-India and pro-freedom slogans.

Indian troops and police personnel used brute force at many places, triggering clashes that resulted in injuries of several people.

Meanwhile, All Parties Hurriyat Conference spokesman in a statement in Srinagar today said that the Kashmiris would continue their freedom struggle till they achieved their right to self-determination.

Earlier, people in entire occupied Kashmir, remained glued to Pakistani channels last night to know about the moon sighting.

As soon as it was announced that Eid ul Fitr would be observed in Pakistan today, same announcements were made in mosques in Srinagar and other towns and villages.

It is a practice of the people in the held territory that they observe Eid and first of Ramadan with Pakistan and not with India or any other country.