Chief Metropolitan Magistrate R K Rajebhosale on Monday allowed the sale of two aircraft- Falcon 2000 (VT-HDL) and Challenger 300 (VT-PIL)- and one yatch (Ferreti 881 HT).
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.
According to the Mumbai Police's Economic Offences Wing, which first arrested the Wadhawans, the scam at the Punjab & Maharashtra Cooperative Bank is worth Rs 4,355 crore.
The Enforcement Directorate also claimed that it is in touch with authorities in Maldives to attach Wadhwan's yacht which is anchored there.
The financial probe agency said that they will now look into all the deals the company had done since its inception.