LAHORE - Motorists suffered massive traffic mess on some main arteries of the City including The Mall when hundreds of demonstrators gathered out side the Governor's House and gave a sit-in to record their strong protest against the police of Mandi Faizabad on Monday. Traffic remained suspended for hours as the police officials lead by the SP Civil Lines failed to convince the angry mob mostly women who came on some tractor trolleys and gathered outside the Governor's House. Heavy contingent of police of nearby police stations lead by senior police officers including the SP Civil Lines reached the spot and held negotiations with the agitators. PML (N) MPA Muhsan Latif also reached the Governor's House when the furious people refused to leave the place unless their demands were not fulfilled. One of the protestors namely Ashiq Hussain told the senior police officers that his relatives had an old enmity with the people of same area, Mandi Faizabad. The rivals shot dead his relative and Mandi Faizabad police registered a case against the killers. He and the other protestors demanded of the govt to take strict action against the police officials involved and arrest the accused released by the police officials. The PML (N) MPA and the senior police officers held negotiations with the protestors assuring them justice. Due to strong agitation of two hours, the city's main roads including The Mall, Jail Road, Lahore Canal Road, Shahra-e-Fatima Jinnah, Lawrence Road, Lytton Road, Lower Mall, Davis Road, Hall Road and other roads leading to the said main arteries suffered massive traffic jam. Hours long traffic mess on the City's leading roads put a question mark on the performance of the traffic police which were looking helpless in redressing the complaints of the motorists. The motorists had no information about alternate routes, as the on-duty traffic wardens took no interest in guiding them to reach their destinations. Exchange of hot words took place at the China Chowk when the motorists leading towards the Governor's House were stopped at the chowk. On asking about alternate route to reach on The Mall, the wardens exchanged hot harsh with the motorists saying them that it would be better for them to go back to their homes. The motorists got infuriated when the wardens told them that they did not know about the reason of traffic blockage. Situation, however, returned to normal when the police officers convinced the protestors and took them to the office of DIG Sheikhupura situated at the Qurban Lines. The protestors later dispersed on the assurance of the DIG who asked them about reinvestigation of the murder case.