SRINAGAR (Agencies) - Thousands of people chanted Blood for blood and We want freedom at a funeral Saturday for the second teenager in a week whose death has been blamed on police and government forces in Occupied Kashmirs main city. Widespread protests have rocked the disputed Himalayan region for six days, and thousands of armed troops patrolled the city warning residents to stay indoors. On Friday, paramilitary soldiers charged at a group of people gathered on a playground in Srinagar and began firing as the people fled, killing 17-year-old Zahid Farooq Shah, according to a friend, Mushtaq Ahmed, who said he witnessed the shooting. Hemant Lohia, a top police officer, confirmed Farooq Shah died from a bullet wound but said the other details about Farooqs death still were being investigated. All Parties Huriyat Conference leader Mirwaiz Umar Farooq called for more protests and dismissed the government probe into Farooq Shahs death. First they kill an innocent youth and then order useless inquiries. It is shame for the government, All Parties Huriyat Conference leader further said. Shops, businesses and government offices were closed for a fifth day on Saturday in most parts of Kashmir. Public transport also stayed off the roads. Police officer Lohia said the government had banned the assembly of more than four people in Srinagar in an attempt to suppress protests. Last Sunday, a 14-year-old boy died after he was struck in the head by a police teargas shell as an anti-Indian protest had ended. The police officer who fired the shell was suspended and police called it a callous and irresponsible action. Incidents of unprovoked and innocent killings will not be tolerated, and whosoever is involved in such killings will be brought to book and doled out exemplary punishment so that it becomes a lesson and deterrent for others as well, National Conference leader Omar Abdullah said in a statement.