The Government of North West Frontier Province (NWFP) has ordered judicial inquiry into Abbotabad unrest which left 10 people dead and injured more than 100. Provincial Information Minister Mian Iftikhar Hussain made the announcement with regard to judicial inquiry of violent incidents in Abbotabad over new nomenclature for the NWFP as Khyber-Pakhtunkhwa. Justice Abdul Aziz Kundi has been appointed as judicial inquiry officer, Iftikhar said in a statement. The judicial inquiry officer would submit report to Provincial Govt after completing inquiry within 15 days. The Provincial Government has already made it clear that stern punishment would be awarded to the responsible of bloody incident. On the other hand, newly appointed District Coordination Officer Abbotabad Zahar-ul-Islam has lifted section 144 in the city and ordered immediate release of arrested protestors. Meanwhile, Hazara Division protests against the renaming of NWFP as Khyber Pakhtunkhwa entered 14th day on Wednesday as the enraged youth blocked the roads on several points in the city. Abbotabad marked today as the second day of mourning for people killed at the hands of police on April 12 in Abbotabad amid law and order situation under control of police. So far 10 people have been killed and over 100 wounded in the violence. On Wednesday at some points, the demonstrators blocked the Mansehra Road by erecting the hurdles. Some demonstrators pelted the vehicles with stones in Supplai areas. The educational institutions are closed till Thursday in the city. The attendance at the offices remained thin today. The law and order situation improved after the transfer of DIG Hazarah Syed Imtiaz Altaf and DCO Abbottabad Captain (retired) Muneer Azam. Tehreek Sooba Hazarah chief Sardar Hyder Zaman appealed to people to stay calm, saying the people going on rampage and harming private and government properties, are not well-wishers of the Tehreek. Though Chairman Hazara Action Committee Baba Haider Zaman has called off the strike and protests, yet the protests continued in Mansehra, Haripur and Abbotabad. The demonstrators forcefully got the markets shut in Abbotabad while in Mandhia, the protesters burnt tyres to vent out their fury. The commuters going to other districts from Mansehra are facing great problems. In some areas, the groups of youth began to block the Karakoram Highway.