After days of violent protests in which 10 people lost their lives, situation in Abbotabad and Mansehra has started to return to normal, the schools, business centers and offices have reopened. But the air of mourning still prevails in the city. Fateha Khawni is in progress at mosques for the eternal peace of the deceased. The flowers are being showered on their graves, reported a private TV channel. The traffic on the city roads is in full swing. The food supply to the city, which remained cut off for four days, has been restored. Karakoram Highway has been re-opened after several days. Talking to the private TV channel, Tehreek Sooba Hazarah chief Sardar Hyder Zaman said the strike was put to end in a bid to spare the city of losses and for the convenience of the people, adding the mourning for the martyrs will continue today. Meantime, the situation in Mansehra is back to normalcy. Karakoram Highway and Kaghan Highway and various other link roads have been opened for traffic. The overall law and order situation in the city is better.