SRINAGAR (AFP) - About 24 people were hurt Friday in new clashes between Indian government forces and protesters in Occupied Kashmir, where weeks of unrest have left over 60 people dead. Five people were hurt when security forces opened fire to quell stone-throwing protesters in northern Baramulla town Friday evening, a police statement said. Two seriously injured people were shifted to the main hospital in Srinagar, the summer capital of Indian Kashmir. Some 19 more people, including eight policemen, were injured in clashes between security forces and anti-India protesters at four more locations across Muslim-majority Kashmir valley, police said. About 65 protesters and bystanders have been killed over the past 11 weeks, mostly by security forces who have opened fire on rallies after being pelted with stones. Meanwhile, thousands of people Friday defied a ban on protest marches and held a fresh demonstration in Srinagar. Chanting, Go India, go back protesters emerged from Jamia Masjid in Srinagar and marched through the streets. They were led by top Kashmiri leader Mirwaiz Umar Farooq, who is also the head imam at the mosque. Senior APHC leader Syed Ali Geelani and Yasin Malik led two separate rallies against Indian rule in Srinagar and the neighbouring district of Budgam.