They were questioned by the agency on Monday for over eight hours. This was the first time they were grilled in Delhi. They have been questioned by the agency in Mumbai in March.
Officials said the investigating officer of the case will record their statements under the Prevention of Money Laundering Act (PMLA).
The committee report concluded that there was a lack of diligence with respect to annual disclosures as required by the bank in terms of its internal policies.
Kochhar and the bank had missed the June 7 deadline and sought more time to respond to the notice due to lack of documentary proof that support the allegations.
SEBI had sent a 12-page showcause notice to ICICI Bank and Chanda Kochhar on May 23 in relation to disclosures made while giving loans to Videocon group
The agency has filed a preliminary inquiry against Chanda Kochhar's husband Deepak Kochhar and Videocon chairman Venugopal Dhoot
SFIO wants to take up the investigation as “the quantum involved is several thousand crores” and it concerns “public money”