Jagdish Mookhey, Mukti Bavisi and Trupti Bane were arrested following extensive interrogation in connection with credit facilities provided by the bank to HDIL.
The minister said steps are being taken to seize properties of promoters of the PMC Bank, auction such properties and repay depositors with the money obtained.
Rajneet Singh was a director of the bank and is the son of senior state BJP leader Sardar Tara Singh, a former legislator from Mulund.
Earlier, the EOW had arrested three top bank officials and two promoters of HDIL -- Rakesh and Sarang Wadhawan -- in the scam.
PMC Bank was placed under an RBI administrator on September 23 for six months due to massive under-reporting of dud loans.
64-year-old Kuldeep Kaur Vig, who worked as a coach at Guru Teg Bahadur High School in GTB Nagar, had his salary account with PMC Bank.
Though RBI officials said they would be making a media announcement in the matter soon, the agitating depositors served an ultimatum till Oct.
The ED produced HDIL chairman and MD Rakesh Wadhawan and his son Sarang Wadhawan before special PMLA court judge P Rajvaidya, after their remand ended on Tuesday.
ED's counsel Kavita Patil told the court that the Wadhawans were the actual beneficiaries of the proceeds of the crime and their interrogation is required to track the money trail.
A bench headed by Chief Justice Ranjan Gogoi asked the petitioner to approach the high court for seeking relief on his plea.
While the principal loan on these 40 properties is around Rs 2,200 crore, PMC Bank has been accused of fraudulently extending Rs 4,500 crore to HDIL on the back of security of these properties.
Surjit Arora was arrested by the Economic Offences Wing after being summoned by the investigating agency for questioning in connection with the alleged Rs 4,355 crore scam at the PMC Bank.
The Wadhawans was arrested on October 3, while Singh was held on October 5 for their alleged involvement in the Rs 4,355 crore scam at the PMC Bank.
The PMC statement said the bank management led by Bhoria apprised Governor Das of the position of the bank after relaxation of the withdrawal limits to Rs 40,000.
Dr Yogita Bijlani (39) who lived in the US, is survived by her husband, 17-year-old daughter and an 18-month-old baby. She had savings upwards of Rs 1 crore in the bank, said police.