The ED last year had filed its first charge sheet against Mallya, now in London, in the about Rs 900 crore IDBI Bank-Kingfisher Airlines (KFA) alleged bank loan fraud case.
The court has also ordered Mallya to pay costs towards registration of the worldwide freezing order and of the Debt Recovery Tribunal (DRT) of Karnataka's judgment in Britain.
The issue came up for discussion between Williams and Minister of State (MoS) for Home Affairs Kiren Rijiju during a meeting here.
In February 2017, India made a formal request to the UK for extradition of Mallya, who faces charges of financial misconduct amounting to nearly Rs 9,000 crore in debt owed to Indian banks by his defunct Kingfisher Airlines.
"I continue as team principal," the beleaguered businessman told the Motorsport.com website on Thursday. "There was no compulsion anywhere to resign, it's just that I decided that my son should replace me.
A British court recently refused to overturn a worldwide freezing order on Vijay Mallya'a asets.
The decision comes at a time when authorities are clamping down on shell companies - listed as well as unlisted - for being allegedly used as conduits for illicit fund flows.
Judge Andrew Henshaw, who upheld a worldwide freeze order and ruled in favour of 13 Indian state-owned banks to recover funds amounting to nearly 1.145 billion pounds in a judgment yesterday, took note of the fact that the 62-year-old businessman is contesting his extradition to India relating to "alleged financial misconduct".
The claim brought by 13 Indian banks against Vijay Mallya was heard in the High Court last month.
Chief Metropolitan Magistrate Deepak Sherawat issued the order after advocate N K Matta, the special public prosecutor appearing for the Enforcement Directorate (ED), told the court that the agency had not received any reply from the authorities responsible for the attachment.
The 62-year-old, who is wanted in India to face charges of fraud and money laundering amounting to around Rs 9,000 crore, had his 650,000 pounds bail extended until the next date of hearing on July 11.
The 62-year-old former businessman parliamentarian had first represented Karnataka as the member of the Upper House of Parliament between April 10, 2002 and April 9, 2008.
The Crown Prosecution Service (CPS), arguing on behalf of the Indian government to extradite Chawla to stand trial in India as a key accused in the cricket match-fixing scandal involving former South African captain Hansie Cronje in 2000, sought to overturn a lower court judgment against extradition on human rights grounds.
The regulator had sought more time from the tribunal as personal hearing in the matter was completed only on March 23.
The erstwhile Chairman of the United Spirits group is currently in the United Kingdom, despite attempts by the Indian government to extradite him.
Chief Metropolitan Magistrate Deepak Sherawat directed the attachment through the Police Commissioner, Bengaluru, and sought a report by May 8 regarding the compliance of the order.
Mallya is on bail until April 2 and therefore not obliged to attend the hearing today.
About 40-strong crew which include members from multiple countries have not been credited their salary since September last year
The 95-metre vessel named 'Indian Empress' was "arrested" in Malta as a maritime professionals' union makes attempts to recover over USD 330,000 in unpaid wages and other costs on behalf of its members.
Govt is fast-tracking a draft law that will allow “non-conviction” based seizure.
UK-based Rich Energy is in talks for a 200 million pound deal to take charge of Force India.
Mallya has used the Rs 300 crore property as his residence in Mumbai.
Pune-based activist Vihar Dhurve had approached the agency seeking details of expenses incurred by the government to bring back Mallya, wanted in India on charges of Rs 9,000-crore fraud and Modi, who is facing a money laundering probe.
This Nirav Modi-chase last week was a déjà vu, except for different names and faces such as Vijay Mallya and Jatin Mehta. Also, barring one, rest of the defaulters hail from gems and jewellery sector
The allowance is believed to be a considerable boost on an estimated 5,000 pounds a week figure initially permitted by the court following a judgment of the Debt Recovery Tribunal (DRT) in Karnataka last year.