Thousands of demonstrators shouting "blood for blood" and "we want freedom" protested in revolt-hit Indian Kashmir yesterday against the killing of a second teenage boy in a week.
Witnesses said 17-year-old Zahid Farooq was killed on Friday when security forces opened fire after a group of boys refused to leave a high-security area.
Police in the Muslim-majority region, where a revolt against Indian rule began two decades ago, said they were investigating the death.
Chief Minister of Kashmir Omar Abdullah vowed strong action over the boy's death.
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