Chandigarh, December 22: Indian National Lok dal president Om Prakash Chautala and his sons , Ajay Singh and Abhay Singh, have sought time till December 26 to furnish documents and information sought by the Enforcement Directorate, The Tribune reported.
The directorate is making investigation against the Chautalas under the Prevention of Money Laundering Act, 2002.
Earlier, the Directorate had issued summons to the elder Chautala and his sons, Ajay Singh and Abhay Singh, to submit certain documents along with information before Deputy Director Rajeshwar Singh either personally or through an authorised representative.
The Chautalas sent a chartered accountant, Rahul Bishnoi, to the directorate, who said that the documents and information sought from his clients were in the process of being collected. He sought time till December 26.
The directorate had asked the Chautalas to submit their passports; details of their family members and their sources of income, if any, along with copies of their PAN cards and details of all bank accounts maintained in their names or in the names of their family members in and outside India.
The directorate also wanted to know from the Chautalas the names and addresses of the companies/firms in and outside India in which they and their family members are director/partner/proprietor/shareholder since July 1, 2005, along with audited balance sheets.
It also sought details of all investments made by them or their family members in immovable and movable assets on or after July 1, 2005.
The summons also asked the Chautalas to submit copies of income tax returns filed by them and their family members since the 2005-06 financial year along with all enclosures.