ABBOTTABAD (Online) The NWFP government has ordered a judicial inquiry into Abbottabad unrest, which left several people dead and scores of others injured. Provincial Information Minister Mian Iftikhar Hussain made the announcement on Wednesday in a statement, saying Justice Abdul Aziz Kundi had been appointed as the inquiry officer, who would submit the report after completing probing into the matter within 15 days. The NWFP govt has already promised a strict action against the persons involved in the bloody incident. On the other hand, newly appointed District Coordination Officer Abbottabad Zahar-ul-Islam has lifted Section 144 in the city and ordered immediate release of arrested protestors. Meanwhile, the ongoing protest against the renaming of NWFP as Khyber Pakhtunkhwa in Hazara Division entered 14th day as the enraged youth blocked the roads on several points in Abbottabad, Haripur and Mansehra. Abbottabad marked Wednesday as the second day of mourning for people killed on April 12 while some demonstrators pelted the vehicles with stones in Supply area. All the markets were forcibly shut in the town while the protesters burnt tyres on the roads in Mandian. In Mansehra, the demonstrators blocked the Mansehra Road by erecting the barricades. All the educational institutions have been closed till Thursday while the attendance at the offices remained thin. The law and order situation has improved considerably after the transfer of DIG Hazara Syed Imtiaz Altaf and DCO Abbottabad Captain (r) Muneer Azam. Chairman Hazara Action Committee Sardar Haider Zaman appealed to people to stay calm, saying the people going on rampage and harming private and government properties, were not the well wishers of the movement. Although Haider Zaman has called off the strike and protests, yet the demonstrations are continuing in the region. The commuters heading to other districts from Mansehra are facing great hardships, as Karakurram Highway has been blocked on several points.