As the COVID cases in Kashmir continue to rise amidst the lockdown, Kashmir yet again celebrated a silent Eid on Thursday.
Traffic mostly remained off the roads as tight restrictions were put in place since early morning. However there were some small community gatherings seen in some places to offer eid prayers.
Rest in pictures.
Amidst tight restrictions, a woman walks past a paramilitary vehicle with children in Srinagar’s Nowhatta. [FPK Photo/Zainab]
Tuaiba poses with her friend’s toy gun in her Eid dress. [FPK Photo/Zainab]
A policeman lifts a concertina wire to let a funeral procession pass in old city’s Rajouri Kadal. [FPK Photo/Zainab]
Shafiqa gives blessings to a fellow devotee after offering eid prayers in a local mosque. [FPK Photo/Zainab]
Zehra and Zairaabi, cousins, pose for a photograph in a mosque compound near their house. [FPK Photo/Zainab]
A commuter looks upon a concertina barricade as he is denied permission to pass through. [FPK Photo/Zainab]
Irtiqa, 16, on her way to a local park near her home as she was getting bored at home. [FPK Photo/Zainab]
Ayaan (second from right) poses for a photograph along with his friends in a prayer ground near his home. [FPK Photo/Zainab]
Paramilitary troops detain a boy after clashes were reported in Srinagar’s Rajouri Kadal. The troops alleged that the boy was “pelting stones,” an allegation that he denied saying, “he was coming back from his aunt’s house” and was unaware about the clashes in the area. [FPK Photo/Zainab]
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