ISLAMABAD - Islamabad High Court (IHC), while staying CNG loadshedding in Islamabad, directed concerned authorities for immediate ending of CNG loadshedding in federal capital Islamabad. Islamabad high court stayed CNG loadshedding in Islamabad following a petition filed in IHC against CNG loadshedding in the federal capital. The Federation has right to utilise resources of provinces and constitution had authorised provinces to utilise gas. Therefore, CNG loadshedding in Islamabad is unjustified and the concerned authorities be directed to ensure uninterrupted supply of CNG to CNG station in Islamabad Zone, a petition filed in the Islamabad High Court stated. The petition further stated that, the provinces which are exempted from gas load shedding should supply gas to federal capital. Following the petition, a High court judge stayed CNG loadshedding in the federal capital and asked the authorities to restore gas to the CNG stations with immediate effect. A notification was issued from the office of registrar of IHC regarding stay orders against loadshedding and directed the concerned authorities to end CNG loadshedding forthwith from Islamabad. Meanwhile on Friday, Chief Justice of Islamabad High Court (IHC) Iqbal Hameed-ur-Rehman has constituted three benches, including a divisional bench, to hear a number of cases during the next week starting on Monday. The first bench comprises the Chief Justice, second bench Justice Riaz Ahmed Khan and third Justice Muhammad Anwar Khan Kasi, while the divisional bench will consist of the Chief Justice and Justice Riaz Ahmed Khan. All the benches will resume hearing over 150 cases during the next week.