SRINAGAR (AFP) Top APHC leader Ali Shah Geelani called Thursday for protesters to block police and army camps with sit-ins, posing a new challenge to security forces as they struggle to restore order. More than 90 anti-India protesters have been shot dead by Indian police in three months of unrest. Most clashes have seen masked Kashmiris, some barely teenagers, throw stones at heavily armed Indian security forces who have retaliated with tear gas, baton charges and live ammunition. I have urged people to stage peaceful sit-in protests in front of army and security force camps in Kashmir, Ali Shah Geelani, who has led protests since June, told reporters in Srinagar. The new action, the first of its kind in the wave of demonstrations, will begin next Tuesday, said the 81-year-old leader, who has set a calendar for protests that has been rigorously followed to date. Indian Army spokesman JS Brar slammed the new initiative. This is a deliberate attempt to embroil the Indian army in the ongoing agitation and distract it from its primary role, Brar told reporters, adding that the protests were aimed at 'preventing movement of army convoys. The protests on September 21 will be peaceful where people will chant slogans like 'Go India, Go Back, Geelani said, adding that petitions would also be handed to Indian army camp officers urging them to leave Occupied Kashmir. Geelani has been strengthened by the anger generated during the protests and has emerged as chief organiser. His calendar of strikes and protests - all he says in pursuit of a peaceful solution - has seen almost a total shutdown of businesses and public administration. The death toll from three months of unrest rose to 94 on Thursday after the cousin of another Kashmiri leader, Yasin Malik, died of injuries suffered in a shooting last month, Maliks spokesman told AFP. Also on Thursday, five paramilitary officers were injured in the main town of Srinagar when their vehicle crashed as a small group of protesters defied a curfew and pelted them with stones, a police spokesman said. In Sopore, a town 50 kilometres north of Srinagar, seven people were injured when Indian security forces opened fire on stone-throwing protesters in two separate places, a police spokesman said. The condition of two of the injured was critical, he said. All major towns in Kashmir remained under curfew for the fifth day, leading to complaints from locals that they were running low on food and water. Indian troops Thursday shot dead five suspected militants during a gunbattle near the southern town of Tral, a police spokesman said.