OUR STAFF REPORTER LAHORE Unavailability of gas at CNG stations and electricity loadshedding have disrupted the City life badly and people from various walks of life expressed their concern over the looming crises. Working Women Organisation called on an emergency meeting on Monday at its office against the gas loadshedding. It stated thousands of labourers had lost their livelihoods due to closure of factories and CNG stations in the province. Since the crises had started, over 800 factories had been closed and thousands of workers had become jobless, said the WWO executive director Aima Mahmood. She said that all the social organisations and trade unions would soon announce their strategy against the governments labour killing policy. The meeting with the provincial labour minister would soon be held in this regard. No one could justify the three-day and two-day gas curtailment for the CNG stations in Punjab and Sindh respectively, said Aima adding the crises exposed the government so-called good governance. Meanwhile, dozens of people in Shahdara protested against the unavailability of gas and electricity in their area. The protesting people blocked the GT Road, burnt tyres and chanted slogans against the loadshedding and gas curtailment in Shahdara. During the protest, traffic was remained blocked for hours.