Raut, who reached the ED office in Mumbai around 11.30 am and left at 10 pm, was asked to record his statement in a money laundering case.
Singhal had filed a bail petition through her lawyer Biswajit Mukherjee before the special PMLA court of Prabhat Kumar Sharma on Monday.
Parab, a senior Shiv Sena leader, reached the ED's office at Ballard Estate in south Mumbai around 2:45 pm, and left around 9 pm.
He was summoned on Wednesday morning, but citing the political developments in the state, he had sought more time to appear before it.
The ED had summoned Parab for questioning in the money laundering probe linked to alleged violation of coastal regulation zone provisions in the construction of a resort in Ratnagiri.
The former Congress president spent a total of about 54 hours at the ED office over five sittings with the investigators questioning him over multiple sessions.
He has spent a total of about 30 hours at the ED office over three days last week, where he was questioned over multiple sessions & his statement recorded under the Prevention of Money Laundering Act.
The agency had taken Jain into custody under criminal sections of the Prevention of Money Laundering Act. He is currently in judicial custody.
Vadra also cited his own case and how he was summoned 15 times and has been questioned by the Enforcement Directorate (ED).
Taking to Twitter, the Delhi Traffic Police issued an advisory about the traffic arrangements in a series of tweets so that no inconvenience is caused to the commuters taking the route.
Major relief to the father-son duo after the Federal Investigation Agency took a U-turn and told the judge that their arrest was not required.
Imran Khan's party demands probe into death of key figure in money laundering case against PM Shehbaz
PTI demanded an independent probe to ascertain the cause of death not only of Maqsood but also of Rizwan.
Karti Chidambaram moved the Delhi HC challenging the trial court's June 3 order in which his anticipatory bail plea was dismissed.
The prime minister's counsel Advocate Amjad Pervez strongly objected to the FIA's plea and termed it a "false assertion of the agency".
The Islamist organisation termed the action as part of the ongoing 'repressive steps' taken against it for the past few years.