LAHORE Long queues of vehicles were witnessed throughout Wednesday at most Compressed Natural Gas (CNG) filling stations of the City, after three-day consecutive gas loadshedding. Another reason of the long queues was low pressure of gas at many stations due to sudden increase in the demand of the gas. It also resulted in the traffic jams on Ferozepur Road, Jail Road, The Mall and other areas. The consumers have to wait for hours for getting CNG. I have to wait for two hours to get CNG, a vehicle owner at Ferozpur Road said to this scriber and he also complained about the low pressure as well. Earlier, SNGPL authorities have forcibly suspended the gas supply to the CNG stations and industry on Sunday in order to provide relief to their domestic consumer in severe cold weather. Meanwhile, Cap (r) Shuja, Senior Vice-chairman All Pakistan CNG Association said the SNGPL authorities assured them that there would be only two days gas loadshedding on Monday and Tuesday. He also said SNGPL had taken back the decision announced earlier of closing CNG stations from 5am to 10am in the morning and in the evening from 6pm to 10pm. On the other hand vice-chairman LPG Distributors demanded of the government to take notice of increase in LPG prices. They said in these difficult times when there was a sever energy crisis in the country the marketing companies were increasing the prices without any justification. The distributor body said in these circumstances the increase in prices of domestic cylinder by the LPG business tycoon was a bombshell on the consumers. The price of domestic cylinder had reached to Rs 125 per kg which was previously Rs 122 per kg. While the price of industrial cylinder was increased by Rs 80 per kg. The industrial cylinder was available at Rs 5,000 but now its price is Rs 5,080. They appealed to the President, Prime Minister, Chief Justice of Pakistan and Chairman OAGRA to take strict action against these marketing companies which were involved in black marketing and provide relief to the masses.