SRINAGAR (Reuters/AFP) Indian police opened fire at thousands of people demonstrating against Indian rule on Friday, killing at least two people, as protests across Kashmir showed no sign of abating, police said. At least 61 people, mostly stone-throwing protesters, have been killed over the past two months, when Muslim-majority Kashmir has seen the largest pro-independence demonstrations in two years. The killings of civilians have fuelled anger in Occupied Kashmir, a region where sentiments against New Delhis rule run deep. Police opened fire after violent demonstrators attacked a police station Bijbihara. One person died and several others were injured, a police statement said. Bijbihara town lies in south Kashmir while another protester was shot dead when clashes broke out in north Kashmir, police said. The fresh deaths brought thousands of people out in streets across the valley shouting Allahu Akbar, and we want freedom. An over two-month-long strike and security lockdown has kept the Muslim-majority Kashmir on the boil, shutting down much of a region where tens of thousands of people have been killed since independence struggle broke out in 1989. Meanwhile, Indian police said it launched a murder probe on Friday after another teenager was shot dead by paramilitary forces in Kashmir. We have filed a murder case against the CRPF personnel and started investigations, a police officer Aftab Ahmed told AFP from Sopore, adding that no protests were underway at the time of the shooting. No arrests have been made and a CRPF spokesman said forces had shot in self-defence.