Pakistani flags were also hoisted in Old Barzullah locality of the city. There are no reports of injuries so far due to the protests.
Police said three people, including a woman, sustained minor injuries after they were hit by tear gas used by the security forces to bring the mob under control.
With enforcement directorate tightening its noose around separatists receiving funds from across the border to disrupt peace in the Kashmir valley, a staged managed protests was witnessed again at some places here on Saturday after the Eid-ul-Fitr prayers.
A group of around 50 youth indulged in stone-pelting at Lal Chowk in Anantnag area of south Kashmir but were chased away by the police, he added.
The delegation will be headed by its chief Mirwaiz Umer Farooq, who will be accompanied by Masroor Abbas Ansari, the Mirwaiz’s political secretary, Shahid-ul-Islam, told IANS.
Asiya Andrabi, leader of Dukhtaran-e-Millat hsa also chose to boycott the Eid Milan being hosted by Abdul Basit, the Pakistani High Commissioner in New Delhi.
While speaking to the media, Gilani expressed his unhappiness over the Kashmir issue which remained unsolved for last 64 years and in the recent talks between India and Pakistan were never aimed at resolving any issues over Kashmir.
Nobody was injured in these clashes and police and other agencies were able to restore law and order within a short span of time.
Jammu and Kashmir Democratic Freedom Party (DFP) leader Shabir Shah will attend the Iftar party.