The first circular needed modification as Mallya had been cooperating with the agency, the evidence were still being collected, he was a sitting MP and there was no warrant against him, the sources said.
This would be first charge sheet in the case pertaining to loans of over Rs 6,000 crore given to Kingfisher by a consortium of 17 banks led by SBI.
The 62-year-old liquor baron’s claims of meeting Finance Minister Arun Jaitley before he left India two years ago has stirred a hornet’s nest
The Sena said Italian businessman Ottavio Quattrocchi, an accused in the Bofors scandal, could not have left India without the help from the Indian government and the CBI.
The BJP's media head Anil Baluni posed eight questions to highlight the alleged help provided by the UPA government to Mallya.
Rahul Gandhi targeted Modi alleging that there was a change in look-out notice against Mallya by the CBI "which was inconceivable without the approval of the PM" as the agency reports to him.
Mallya has been facing legal proceedings for defaulting on loans of more than Rs 9,000 crore from a consortium of 17 banks.
Allegations have flown thick and fast between the Congress and the BJP over the Mallya episode, following the liquor baron's claim that he had met Arun Jaitley before leaving for the UK.
The agency is specifically investigating the role of the then Government of India Joint Secretary (banking), Amitabh Verma, as they found several references to in Mallay's emails.
Prasad said he could understand why the Congress was becoming uncomfortable when the banking system was being made transparent and accountable.
At a press conference, Union minister Piyush Goyal asked Gandhi to resign, claiming that due to his family's "relations" with Mallya, banks were pressured by the previous United Progressive Alliance (UPA) government to sanction loans to the fugitive businessman, violating all norms.
Mallya told reporters in London that he met the finance minister before leaving India and offered to settle with the banks.
The liquor tycoon arrived at Westminster Magistrates' Court in London when the judge began hearing the closing submissions in his extradition case.
"PM Modi meets Neerav Modi before he flees the country. FM meets Vijay Mallya before he flees India. What transpired in these meetings? People want to know (sic)," Kejriwal said.
Sinha's remarks came soon after Mallya, facing charges of fraud and money laundering amounting to around Rs 9,000 crore, said that he met the finance minister before leaving India last year.
According to Mallya, he and the UBHL have filed an application in the Karnataka High Court on June 22, 2018, setting out available assets of approximately Rs 13,900 crores.
The 62-year-old former Kingfisher Airline boss reached at the Westminster Magistrates' Court at around 2 pm IST.
The Crown Prosecution Service (CPS), arguing on behalf of the Indian government, had agreed to the request and the video has since been submitted to the court.
The 62-year-old former Kingfisher Airline boss, who has been on bail on an extradition warrant since his arrest in April last year, is fighting extradition to India on charges of fraud and money laundering amounting to around Rs 9,000 crores.
Authorities have said an old one-storey building will be demolished to make way for this new block with at least a dozen cells and toilets
Officials said at least five parties, including a family member of Mallya, has sought court documents with regard to the ED seeking to get declared the businessman a fugitive economic offender.
Official sources said while it is certain that Mallya may not appear in person as he is contesting an Indian extradition case in London, it is expected that his authorised legal representative may submit a reply to the court of special PMLA judge M S Azmi as part of his official response to the notice.
Interacting with the members of the Indian Journalists' Association here, Gandhi said that "before Mallya left India, he met senior BJP leaders, that is documented. I won't name them".
The team was put into administration ahead of the Hungarian Grand Prix last month following the legal action taken by its Mexican driver Sergio Perez.
Indian authorities have stated that Mallya will be lodged in Barrack 12 of Mumbai's Arthur Road Prison when he is brought back.