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Chidambaram had filed an anticipatory bail plea seeking protection from arrest by the Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI) and the Enforcement Directorate (ED).
Besides demonetisation, Chidambaram also raised questions over the Ayushman Bharat scheme.
Earlier on May 30, a Delhi court granted Chidambaram protection from arrest till June 5 in the case, after he filed an anticipatory bail plea.
'There is complete paralysis of decision making. My only fear is that this tendency does not flow into next government irrespective of who forms it,' said the former finance minister.
Chidambaram, a former Union Finance Minister, was asked by the Central Bureau of Investigation to appear before it on May 31 for questioning in the INX Media case.
The IOC had suspended dynamic pricing system for transport fuels for 19 days to "avoid creating unnecessary panic among the consumers".
Karti was brought to Mumbai by the probe agency earlier in the day to confront the ex-directors of INX Media Ltd.
The former Union Finance Minister demanded to know as to how many jobs meeting International Labour Organisation standards were created in the last four years.
The Enforcement Directorate (ED) found a confidential Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI) report at the Jor Bagh residence of former finance minister during a raid.
Jaitley in his budget speech announced a National Health Protection Scheme providing health insurance worth Rs 5 lakh to 10 crore poor families.
The Narendra Modi government's claim to be able to create 75 lakh jobs by March is "outrageous" as it is "simply not possible" in India's context, former Finance Minister P. Chidambaram said.
The agency wants to examine Karti in a case related to Foreign Investment Promotion Board (FIPB) clearance given to INX Media for allegedly receiving funds from Mauritius.
The purported interview in Tamil language dealt with his alleged links with INX Media, whose owners are being investigated by CBI for alleged financial irregularities.
The two senior Congress leaders asserted that letters from the former liquor baron were only among the hundreds of letters routinely received by the then UPA government.