OUR STAFF REPORTER LAHORE The fuel crisis hit the Pakistan Railways once more on Thursday and the utility had to suspend various trains at different divisions. Of the several freight trains that were supposed to leave Lahore for down destinations, only few did so amid a fuel crisis, said an official of the PR, adding some of them were late for two to four hours. The situation was not different at Karachi, Peshawar and Quetta divisions where the authorities cancelled the trains operation owing to shortages of diesel. The PR spokesperson, however, held that the Lahore division got diesel from the Pakistan State Oil on Thursdays evening while about one million litter diesel would reach at Lahore Station on Friday. He said that train operation would be normal on Friday (today). The passengers, on the other side, expressed serious concern over the plight of the public utility. They held the government and the rail management responsible for the destruction of the department. The trains affected due to the diesel shortages included Ghori Express, Lahore to Faisalabad, Millat Express and Pakistan Express, Faisalabad to Lahore, and Rail Car, Lahore to Rawalpindi. Similarly, Tezgam, Allama Iqbal Express, Jaffer Express, Quetta Express, Awam Express, Karakuram Express and Karachi Express were also reportedly late for hours.