ISLAMABAD - The All Pakistan CNG Association on Friday called off the ongoing strike in Punjab and Islamabad after getting assurance from the government to review the gas allocation policy and withdrawal of subsidy being enjoyed in gas sector. Moreover,gas shortfall will be shared by all stakeholders except domestic sector. 'We have decided to open filling stations after the unanimous decision in the gas Load Management Committee that gas loadshedding would be shared by all stakeholders except the domestic sector and review the situation in a realistic way, the Association Supreme Council Chairman Ghiyas Piracha announced while talking to media persons after meeting of Gas Load Management Committee presided over Minister for Water and Power Syed Naveed Qamar here. He informed the committee decided to form a sub-committee comprising four members-Rashid Lone Managing Director SNGPL, Gohar Ejaz Chairman APTMA, Hassan Mehmood, Petroleum Ministrys official and Yousuf Abdullah representative of the IPP to firm up unified numbers on gas situation. He said the committee would meet on Monday to review the gas situation and firm up real statistics on gas and work out a strategy for distributing gas load among all the stakeholders. Replying to a question, he said the SNGPL had told the Supreme Court in a letter, the CNG sector was given 203 mmcfd gas while the demand was put at 260 mmfcd in the meeting, so such disparity would be resolved in the sub-committee meeting. He said it was encouraging the all members of the committee were unanimous on the solution of sharing the loadshedding by all stakeholders. He said the association also told the subsidy should be removed for those sectors that were not passing on to the consumers. Minister for Water and Power, Syed Naveed Qamar said that he had been directed by Prime Minister Syed Yousuf Raza Gilani to hold a meeting of the gas Load Management Committee. He said it was good sign that there was convergence of views and all the stakeholders were of the view to resolve the gas issue through talks and next meeting would be held on Wednesday after getting unified numbers on gas situation. 'We hope that as our consumption is very low as compared to other sectors our loadshedding be reduced, Piracha said ,adding, that we would also give the suggestion for gas tariff in upcoming meetings. On Thursday, Prime Minister Syed Yousuf Raza Gilani directed the Ministry to convene a meeting of Gas Load Management Committee on Friday to review the gas supply situation in the country. The Prime Minister also directed that the representatives of 'major stakeholders should be called to the meeting and find solution to minimise the problems of the industry and the people. The stakeholders include All Pakistan Textile Mills Association(APTMA), fertiliser industry, power plants, Federation of Pakistan Chambers of Commerce and Industry (FPCCI), Sui Southern Gas Company, Sui Northern Gas Company and the three CNG associations.