SRINAGAR (Reuters) - A judicial probe of the rape and murder of two Kashmiri women, which triggered massive protests across the Indian-occupied Kashmir, points to the involvement of Indian police, an official said on Friday. Locals say the two women, aged 17 and 22, were abducted, raped and killed by security forces in Shopian. Authorities confirmed that the women were raped and ordered an investigation. The involvement of some agency of the J&K (Jammu and Kashmir) police in the present incident cannot be completely ruled out, Abdul Rahim Rather, the states Financial Minister said, citing the Commission of Inquirys report on Friday. The government has accepted the recommendations of the Commission and necessary follow-up action has been duly initiated, Rather told a news conference. In fresh demonstrations on Friday, thousands of people marched towards an army camp in Kupwara in northern Kashmir, blaming the alleged murder of a girl the day before on a soldier. Shops, businesses and schools were closed across the Kashmir valley to protest the latest incident, the tenth in recent weeks that has been blamed on Indian troops and the police. Our Monitoring Desk: The Kashmir government admitted that the police had a hand in the rape and murder of two women in Shopian town in May, reports The Times of India. The report, which was submitted to Chief Minister Omar Abdullah on July 8 by Justice (retd) Muzzafar Jan, was vetted by the state law department before taking the decision. The four suspended police officers in connection with the case will be treated as accused and interrogated by the Special Investigating Team set up by the state government. Accepting the judicial commissions recommendation, the state government also announced that a separate case would be registered against the former SP of Shopian Javed Iqbal for allegedly lying on oath before the Commission. Besides Iqbal, the one-member Commission said DSP Rohit Baskota, SHO Shafiq Ahmed and Sub-Inspector Gazi Abdul Rehman were also responsible for destruction of evidence.