A special CBI court on Tuesday asked the passport office to file a detailed reply on the passport suspension of AgustaWestland case accused-turned-approver Rajiv Saxena.
The court had earlier issued notice to the Enforcement Directorate (ED) on Saxena's plea to travel to Europe, UK and Dubai in May.
AgustaWestland VVIP chopper deal case: CBI court to hear Rajiv Saxena's plea to travel abroad tomorrow
Rajiv Saxena turned an approver in the AgustaWestland VVIP chopper deal case after the court allowed his plea on March 22.
The legal team has alleged that Michel was unlawfully handed over to the Government of India, the procedure resembling more rendition than a lawful extradition process.
Special CBI Judge Arvind Kumar issued notice to the Enforcement Directorate on his plea to travel to Europe, UK and Dubai in May.
The court had dismissed his bail plea previously.
The court directed the jail authorities to present him before the court on Monday.
Christian Michel wished to attend the holy mass on the Easter day and wanted to make offerings during those holidays.
Special Judge Arvind Kumar granted relief to Khaitan on a personal bond or Rs 25 lakh and one surety of the like amount.
The Enforcement Directorate told special judge Arvind Kumar that 36 businessmen, including Vijay Mallya and Nirav Modi, have fled from the country in the recent past.
The ED has filed the reply on his plea and raised question on the maintainability of his application.
The report was filed in a sealed cover before Special Judge Arvind Kumar, which reportedly includes some call record details and video footage.
Gupta was under the custody of the agency till today but his remand was extended till Monday following a request by the ED before the Special court.
ED's special public prosecutors D P Singh and N K Matta claimed that the matter was "serious".
The court also listed Michel's plea seeking a 'free and fair' trial as the fresh supplementary chargesheet filed in the case was accessed by some media outlets for further hearing on April 12.