Three episodes of Bad Boy Billionaires: India based on Vijay Mallya, Nirav Modi and Subrata Roy are available for streaming.
The details were provided in response to an unstarred question by Congress leader Dean Kuriakose in Parliament on September 14
The documentary, which was scheduled for release in India on September 2, was promoted by Netflix as: "This investigative docuseries explores the greed, fraud and corruption that built up – and ultimately brought down – India’s most infamous tycoons”.
Sebi said the decision to attach the accounts was taken after Choksi, Gitanjali Gems and Sheth failed to pay fine imposed on them.
The Delhi High Court has asked video streaming platform Netflix to consider granting Mehul Choksi pre-screening of documentary ‘Bad Boy Billionaires’ in which he is featured.
His remarks came after Finance Minister Nirmala Sitharaman said that wilful defaulters were beneficiaries of 'phone banking' under the UPA regime and the Modi government is chasing them to recover the dues.
In the RTI response, the central bank did not, however, disclose information on overseas borrowers. Citing a Supreme Court judgement, it said that the said information is exempted from public disclosure.
ED is in the process of auctioning four properties of the businessman, including three commercial and one residential, the civic body has also written a letter to the agency asking to pay property tax dues as early as possible.
In its order, Sebi said it is imposing a fine totalling Rs 5 crore on Choksi, Gitanjali Gems and Dhanesh Sheth, the executive director of Gitanjali.
The lenders have been seeking "clear land papers" from mills' owners for extending loans, they said.
Special CBI judge V C Barde refused to give relief to Choksi after hearing arguments by his lawyers and the Central Bureau of Investigation's counsel A Limosine.
Choksi moved his application on Saturday through advocates Vijay Aggarwal and Ashul Agarwal in which he argued that the declaration of the proclaimed offender without hearing him was a violation of his right of natural justice.
Choksi had fled India in early January 2018 and took oath of allegiance in Antigua in the same year
While seeking nod for the scientific tests, the central agency had said it needs to know about the 'pecuniary benefits' received by the accused.
Brand and job creation are all fine, but that’s no ticket to a compensatory legal reprieve.
The attached properties include three commercial assets based in Dubai, a Mercedes Benz car and a number of fixed deposits in bank accounts in the country and outside, the agency said.
Choksi is one of the alleged masterminds of the $2 billion scam in state-run Punjab National Bank
Choksi, accused of money laundering by the Enforcement Directorate in the multi-crore Punjab National Bank scam, is presently in Antigua and has told the high court that he is unable to travel to India due to ill health.
Choksi, currently based in the Caribbean nation of Antigua, filed an affidavit June 17 through his advocate Vijay Aggarwal, stating he had left the country in January 2018 for getting medical check-up and treatment abroad.
Meanwhile, a dozen luxury cars belonging to Nirav Modi and Mehul Choksi have been auctioned, fetching the government exchequer Rs 3.29 crore
Choksi and his nephew Nirav Modi are wanted by the ED and the CBI (Central Bureau of Investigation) for allegedly defrauding the PNB to the tune of Rs 13,400 crore, in collusion with a few of its employees.
Mehul Choksi, the promoter of company, is currently on the run.
Choksi and his nephew diamantaire Nirav Modi are absconding after the biggest financial fraud came to light in February 2018 and are facing extradition from Antigua and Britain, respectively
The three businessmen mentioned by Gandhi, are wanted in India for fraud and money laundering.
In a statement issued by his lawyers, the raids against him were on the basis of 'an old and dated 'Know Your Customer' (KYC) document' submitted by him to the Punjab National Bank in 1995.