SRINAGAR (Reuters) - Police and demonstrators clashed in Occupied Kashmir on Saturday during anti-India protests fuelled by accusations that security forces had raped and murdered two women, police and witnesses said. Dozens of people were hurt after police fired teargas and used batons to disperse protesters who hurled rocks at security forces and ransacked a hospital and govt offices. Residents said the two women were abducted, raped and killed by security forces in south Kashmir on Friday. Indian authorities denied the incident and said the women drowned in a stream. A police statement said a post-mortem conducted revealed no marks of violence. Witnesses said thousands of demonstrators chanting We want freedom, punish the killers, had massed in Shopian town, 60km south of Srinagar.