ISLAMABAD- The unannounced loadshedding and increased power tariff irked the traders of twin cities who Thursday announced to shut their businesses in protest if government could not solve the burning issue on priority basis. Addressing a press conference, Traders Action Committee President Ajmal Balouch slammed incumbent government's polices and warned that after November 5, traders would launch complete strike against the WAPDA's current increase in tariff which jumped from Rs 6 to Rs 12 per unit.  He said that incumbent democratic government is following previous government's policies and not taking interest to resolve the issues of traders.  Under current power outage, traders couldn't run their business and customers were not visiting the markets in the dark. He mentioned that owing to power shortage, inflation has been increased up to 50 per cent and street crime rates were also increased. He further said; "Under deteriorating law and order situation traders were facing heavy losses in their business and unemployment rates were increasing in Capital particularly after Marriott blast." President of Rawalpindi Trade Union Shaid Gahfoor Paracha said that federal government was wasting lot of electricity in the name of entertainment as lights remained on at the Rawal lake. Daman Koh, Peer Sohwa, and other picnic spots while traders of Capital are facing extreme shortage of electricity.