While dismissing the plea, the court said that it didn't find any any illegality on the part of ED and CBI officials who visited Tihar Jail'.
Multiple teams of Income Tax officials conducted searches at offices and properties belonging to Sushen Mohan Gupta and Pune-based industrialist Dinesh Munot.
Christian Michel is currently lodged in Delhi's Tihar Jail in connection with Rs 3,600 crore AgustaWestland VVIP chopper deal.
A special CBI court had recently granted bail to Puri, the nephew of Madhya Pradesh Chief Minister Kamal Nath.
Puri will however remain in jail as he was also arrested in another case -- the one related to bank fraud.
Senior advocate Vikas Pahwa, appearing for Ratul Puri told the court that there is no evidence that his client had received money through two channels.
Michel, a British national, was deported from Dubai in December last year and has been in judicial custody since January 5.
The CBI sought time from the court to file its response around the same time it will file its charge sheet in the case.
Kamal Nath’s nephew received “proceeds of crime” amounting to Euro 704,134.57 and USD 1,50,000 from Interstellar Technologies Limited in his foreign entities.
Special CBI Judge Arvind Kumar allowed the ED to quiz Michel in the Tihar Jail on November 5 and 6.
Special judge Arvind Kumar sent Ratul Puri to jail after the Enforcement Directorate moved an application seeking extension of Puri's judicial custody.
Justice Anu Malhotra asked the Central Bureau of Investigation and Enforcement Directorate to file their replies within two weeks and listed the matter for further hearing on November 13.
Michel is in judicial custody since January 5 this year and has been denied relief in both matters by the trial court.
The agency told the Special Judge Arvind Kumar that Saxena, a middleman-turned-approver, withheld information and did not make the complete disclosure during the investigation.
The probe agency has alleged that Rajiv Saxena withheld information, misled the probe and didn't make complete discourses.