Karti, along with his father and former Union Minister P Chidambaram, are currently out on anticipatory bail in the Aircel Maxis matter.
Special CBI Judge O P Saini agreed to hear the plea at 2 pm Monday after the probe agency told the court that custodial interrogation of Karti Chidambaram was required in the matter.
Special CBI Judge O P Saini put up the matter for October 8 after the counsel appearing for the agencies told the court that the main counsel was not well and requested time.
Aircel-Maxis case: Delhi Court allows ED to file documents in support of charges against Karti Chidambaram
Special Judge O P Saini posted the matter for July 31 when it will decide on whether to take cognisance of the charge sheet against Karti Chidambaram.
Aircel-Maxis case: Memo containing sensitive materials prompted Supreme Court to pass order against probing officer
The apex court modified its earlier order in which it had said that no action should be initiated against Enforcement Directorate (ED) officer Singh by any other authority.
The questioning was part of the ED investigation into a money laundering case registered in 2017 against Chidambaram's son Karti Chidambaram in the Aircel-Maxis case.
A Delhi court today granted Karti Chidambaram interim protection from arrest till May 2 in two cases filed by the CBI and ED in the Aircel-Maxis matter arising out of the 2G spectrum cases.
Karti had filed an anticipatory bail plea in a Delhi Court in the case which pertains to the alleged irregularities in FIPB clearance to a company in Aircel-Maxis matter.
The matter pertains to grant of FIPB clearance to firm M/S Global Communication Holding Services Ltd for investment in Aircel.
The Supreme Court on Tuesday sought a report from the Enforcement Directorate on the Aircel-Maxis case by March 8.
P Chidambaram termed the ED raids against his son "a comedy of errors" and claimed the officers were left "embarrassed" and "apologetic" as they could not find anything.
Karti Chidambaram's lawyer said this was not an enquiry but just a raid, and kept emphasising that nothing was found or seized.
Chief Justice of India Dipak Misra on Wednesday recused from hearing the Aircel-Maxis case and sent the case to another Supreme Court bench hearing the 2G scam case.