SRINAGAR (AFP) - Indian police and Kashmiri protesters clashed for the second day running Tuesday over the death of a Muslim boy killed by a police tear-gas shell in revolt-hit Kashmir. Police said at least 4 cops and 6 protesters were hurt during violence in Srinagar, one of several Muslim-majority towns shut down by a strike called by Kashmiri leaders to protest against the boys killing. Wamiq Farooq died on Sunday after being struck by a shell fired by police to quell a demonstration. On Tuesday hundreds of protesters, many of then masked, used burning tyres to block roads across the city. The strike is to protest against the boys killing and human rights violations by Indian troops in general, Mirwaiz Umar Farooq, the chief of All Parties Hurriyat Conference, told AFP.