SRINAGAR (Agencies) - At least 60 people were injured when police and protesters clashed for a sixth day Saturday in Indian Kashmir as resistance to the transfer of land to a Hindu pilgrim group deepened. Yasin Malik, a key leader of Jammu and Kashmir Liberation Front leading one of the protests, was also hurt, police officer Pervez Ahmed said. The violent clashes came as APHC leader warned the unrest could spiral out of control if the land order is not reversed. "It will become impossible for the leadership to control public anger if the order is not revoked immediately," said Mirwaiz Umar Farooq, who heads the moderate faction of APHC . In occupied Kashmir, mammoth marches across the valley, spontaneous shut down and Indian troops' using brute force against the people including Hurriyet leaders Muhammad Yasin Malik, Shabbir Ahmed Shah and Nayeem Ahmed Khan marked the anti-India protests, another day, on Saturday. The troops stormed and rampaged the APHC headquarters at Rajbagh in Srinagar and arrested over a dozen activists and leaders including Shabbir Ahmed Shah and Nayeem Ahmed Khan after beating them to pulp. Earlier, the two leaders after addressing a big gathering at Mazhama in Magam had led a procession to Rajbagh. The Jammu and Kashmir Liberation Front Chairman, Muhammad Yasin Malik was brutally subjected to torture resulting the fracturing of his bones in an arm and a leg while he was leading another procession in Budshah Chowk. He was beaten by batons and gun butts. People rushed him to a bone hospital in Barzalla where the affected parts of his body were plastered. One of his associates, Noor Muhammad Kalwal was also critically injured. A large number of people gathered outside the United Nations Observers' Office in Sonawar and presented a memorandum demanding the world body to intervene and stop Indian state terrorism. Mirwaiz condemned ransacking of APHC headquarters by troops on Saturday. Three Kashmiris have died in police fire this week and more than 300 have been injured in clashes, evoking memories of widespread anti-India protests. The dispute also plunged the local administration into a crisis with a key political party pulling out of the coalition ruling Indian Kashmir on Saturday in protest against the government's stand on the matter. Daily life in the main city of Srinagar has come to a halt since the protests began Monday. Protesters have been setting fires, destroying government property and hoisting green Islamic flags. Shops, offices and banks also remained shut for the sixth consecutive day as protests spread to other parts of Muslim-majority Kashmir valley. Riot police fired tear gas shells and shots in the air to disperse protesters at over a dozen places in Srinagar on Saturday, injuring 45 demonstrators, police and residents said. Fifteen policemen were also hurt. Thousands of people marched from downtown Srinagar to the commercial area of Lal Chowk, chanting "We want freedom" and "We will not allow sale of Kashmir." The protests continued Saturday evening and police used teargas canisters to push demonstrators back. Mehbooba Mufti, Peoples Democratic Party chief, told reporters his party had decided to withdraw their support to the ruling coalition since the state government has not revoked the land transfer order. "We can't remain insensitive to the sufferings of the people," he said, referring to use of force against protesters. The party's withdrawal has resulted in the Congress-led puppet government losing its majority in the state assembly. The move could eventually lead to a confidence vote in the state assembly.