The Solicitor General told the court that the agency closed the preliminary inquiry in 2013 as it did not find any conclusive evidence.
The 82-year-old Congress leader and his wife had approached the high court on Wednesday against the December 10, 2018 trial court order to frame charges against them and seven others.
The CBI has claimed that Jain allegedly purchased 200 bighas of agricultural land in the names of companies controlled by him in Delhi during lasts five years and "laundered black money".
In this connection, the Special PP informed the court that no such fetters were placed on the power of the court to order the potency test.
The court’s direction came after Virbhadra, his wife Pratibha Singh and others told the court that they have not received various documents filed along with the charge sheet.
Ahmed, who is also the younger brother of TMC MP Sultan Ahmed, has been summoned for questioning on June 10.