ED said that in his affidavit that Choksi should mention the exact date of his intended return as he has never cooperated in investigation.
Earlier, the ED had said in the court that the medical reasons & conditions given by Choksi appear to be facades being erected merely to mislead the court in an obvious attempt to delay the lawful proceedings.
It also said that Choksi was given several opportunities to join the probe but he evaded questioning.
ED also rejected Mehul Choksi’s claim that his assets worth Rs 6129 Cr were seized. It said that during the probe assets worth Rs 2100 crore assets were attached.
Enforcement Directorate also informed the court that it is willing to provide an air ambulance with medical experts to bring Mehul Choksi from Antigua to India and provide him all necessary treatment here.