SRINAGAR (AFP) The government in Kashmir said Wednesday it had ordered a judicial probe into the deaths of 17 people in clashes between anti-India protesters and security forces. The Muslim-majority valley has been wracked by angry demonstrations since June 11, when a 17-year-old boy died after being hit by a police tear gas shell. Since then another 16 people, many of them teenagers, have been killed. Two retired judges will inquire into all the 17 incidents... in which fatalities had occurred on account of action by the security forces, a government statement said. The inquiry will submit its report within three months. The government also said it would review the cases of all those detained for taking part in the protests. However most shops, schools and offices remained shut in Srinagar on Wednesday, as Kashmiri leaders called for three days of strikes and demonstrations. Thousands of riot police and paramilitary soldiers patrolled the streets of downtown Srinagar and asked residents to stay indoors. Despite beefed-up security, anti-India protesters and police clashed at several places in Srinagar, police and witnesses said. There were no immediate reports of casualties.