Vadra's counsel said he was outside India when the court's notice on the petition was served on him and he has returned on July 11.
Raising the issue during the Zero Hour, Nishikant Dubey (BJP) said the government should also find out who were the beneficiaries of the Pilatus aircraft purchase deal.
Bhandari is believed to be a close associate of Robert Vadra, the brother-in-law of Congress president Rahul Gandhi.
The case relates to the ownership of 1.9 million pounds of overseas assets and undisclosed entities set up to evade tax.
The source said the reason for the move was required as Sharma was on leave for almost one and half months.
Vadra was grilled for about five hours last Thursday when the investigating officer of the case recorded his statement under the Prevention of Money Laundering Act.
However, the court did not allow Vadra, brother-in-law of Congress president Rahul Gandhi, to go to London.
The agency has now asked him to appear next week on June 4 to answer questions emerging from some fresh evidence brought out in the case.
Vadra was dropped by his wife and Congress leader Priyanka Gandhi outside the agency's office near India Gate in New Delhi at about 10:30 am.
A senior ED official said, Vadra has been asked to appear before the agency officials at 10.30 a.m. on Thursday.
Justice Chander Shekhar issued a notice to Vadra on ED's petition challenging trial court's April 1 order, which granted him anticipatory bail.
The plea filed through an advocate, ED Prosecutor D P Singh, said the protection granted to Vadra would be detrimental for the purpose of investigation.
The counsel for Vadra requested Special judge Arvind Kumar to ensure details of his itinerary are not shared with a third party as it was a matter of his security.
That’s exactly what business tycoon and AICC General Secretary Priyanka Gandhi’s husband Robert Vadra did on Sunday.
Though he later replaced the Paraguayan flag with the Indian tricolour and admitted his mistake, Robert Vadra could not escape criticism from Twitterati.