ISLAMABAD Despite all the claims of the Government that it is not discriminating between different areas, in terms of unscheduled loadshedding, it has been learnt that unscheduled discriminatory loadshedding is on the rise again. Even for the twin cities, Islamabad and Rawalpindi, the laws are different as the loadshedding in Rawalpindi is much more than in Islamabad. A general question in the minds of the people is arising that whether they are less important than the people living in the capital. More than 8 hours load shedding in domestic power supply has become a routine matter, whereas in Islamabad, the time period for power outage is much less. The masses living in Pindi complained that there was no scheduled time for load shedding, and they were suffering a lot in that hot weather. The same or even worse is the situation in other areas of the country. In Sargodha, as a resident told there was more than 12 hours loadshedding, which had been started again after a few days of relief. Another question, which the people repeatedly asked, was about the discrimination being made between the people of the capital and those of the other areas in terms of power outages. There was one more perception among the people that the discrimination might have been there because most of the elite lives in the federal capital, including Prime Minister, President and all the other politicians and the bureaucracy, which practically was running the countrys affairs as per their will. It is also pertinent to mention here that when the people of different areas of the country were suffering from 20 hours loadshedding, the capital did not see more than 6 hours of power outage. There is no such industry in the capital of significant importance that could be considered as the back bone to the economy, so what actually makes it to be the distinguished place, when it comes to power outages, is beyond understanding, said a businessman in Gujranwala. He added that Gujranwala was a big city and an industrial city at the same time, which contributed a major share to the national economy. He pointed out that the Government should give more relief to those areas, which had major share in GDP. If the Government really wanted to control the surge in unemployment, and aspired to serve, it should first come to save the industry, he added.