LAHORE Eight passenger trains from Lahore to other destinations have been stopped due to oil shortage on Wednesday evening, The Nation has learnt. As a result hundreds of passengers were stranded at Lahore Railway Station who staged protest demos against the Railways management. The stranded passengers heading to Faisalabad, Pakpattan, Narowal and other cities chanted slogans against the administration and created law and order situation. The management, called the Railways police to control the situation and calm down the protesting travellers. Trains to Faisalabad, Pakpattan, Okara, Sargodha and Narowal stations were stopped in addition to the trains which had to leave for Rawalpindi. Railway officials claimed that oil would reach at 7 pm but till the report was filed the trains could not resume their services. The officials said that due to shortage of oil, they stopped only local trains for some hours and avoided to stop inter-provincial trains. They admitted that the department must store oil for 33 days but due to lack of resources it could not even store oil for 33 hours.