The Lahore High Court (LHC) has summoned the chairman Oil and Gas Regulatory Authority (OGRA) and other concerned to appear before the court on June 17 in a case related to shortage of petroleum products. The LHC in its three-page interim order termed the matter of public interest and summoned the principal secretary to PM, secretary petroleum, OGRA chairman and others on June 17 to apprise the court about the steps taken to end shortage of the petroleum products. The principal secretary to PM has been directed to inform the court about the steps initiated by Prime Minister Imran Khan to ensure smooth supply of petroleum products. The interim order has directed the secretary to apprise about the steps of the concerned minister in this context and if the action was taken, on what grounds and according to law it was done? What action has been taken against the officials and the companies responsible for the shortage of the petroleum products, the interim order of LHC reads.