The Union Home Ministry spokesperson tweeted: "Stories in media on a said incident in Soura region of #Srinagar. On 09/08, miscreants mingled with people returning home after prayers at a local mosque. They resorted to unprovoked stone pelting against law enforcement forces to cause widespread unrest.
"Law enforcement authorities showed restraint and tried to maintain law & order situation. It is reiterated that no bullets have been fired in #JammuAndKashmir since the development related to #Article370," the post said, tagging the J&K Police and the Information and Public Relations department.
On August 10, the Union Home Ministry had termed as "completely fabricated and incorrect" a Reuters report claiming there was a protest by 10,000 people in Srinagar on Friday when restrictions were eased.
The Ministry said the news report "originally published in Reuters and which appeared in 'Dawn' claimed there was a protest involving 10,000 people in Srinagar".
"This is completely fabricated and incorrect. There have been a few stray protests in Srinagar/Baramulla, and none involved a crowd of more than 20 people," it had said in a tweet.
On Friday, the J&K administration had eased prohibitory orders to allow prayers in mosques and help people make arrangements for Monday's Eid celebrations.
J&K was put under lockdown on August 4 ahead of the government's move to revoke Article 370 that accorded special status to J&K.
( With inputs from IANS )