ISLAMABAD - Annoyed over the decision of Supreme Court in Sharif brothers eligibility case, traders associations of Islamabad have announced complete shutter down today (Thursday). Talking to TheNation on Wednesday, shopkeepers of the Aabpara Market in Islamabad said they were shocked to hear the Supreme Court's decision of disqualifying Sharif brothers for holding any public office. The decision would further deteriorate the fragile security and economy of the country and ruin our businesses, said Aqeel, a shopkeeper of the city's oldest bazaar. The shopkeepers informed that representatives of traders' unions of various markets of the federal capital convened an emergency meeting soon after the apex court's verdict and expressed anger and grief over the decision. The representatives of traders while terming the verdict as destructive for the country's economy announced complete shutter down in Islamabad on Thursday, they informed. Malik Sohail, President National Traders Alliance (NTA), while talking to TheNation said that so far they hadn't taken final decision regarding the strike in protest of the Supreme Court decision, however, shutter down would be observed in Islamabad on Thursday to avoid any loss of their property. Malik said that customers disappeared from the business centres and the traders closed down their shops due to the uncertainty prevailed soon after the Supreme Court announced the verdict against Sharif brothers. He observed that the decision would further destroy their business, which, he said, was already suffering from the severe financial meltdown in the country. General public, too, expressed grief and anger over the decision. "Even a small child can tell you that the Supreme Court has disqualified Sharif brothers on the behest of government," Zameer Abbasi, a citizen said. He said that the verdict would further complicate the issues confronting the nation. He said that disqualification of Sharif brothers could destabilize PPP's own government at centre. An activist of the PML-N, Saleem Abbasi observed that regardless of their political affiliation, every citizen was hurt over the disqualification of popular leaders. "Our history is full of forcing popular leaders out of the politics, which is earning nothing but a very bad name for our country and nation," Saleem added.