The searches were conducted at the premises of Chanda Kochhar, her family and Venugopal Dhoot of Videocon Group in Mumbai and Aurangabad.
During today’s hearing, the government told the court that the “corporate veil” has to be seen in the case.
The AG clarified that the government would not take action against journalists or lawyers who used the documents.
The ordinance will seek to explicitly prevent denial of services in case someone refuses to, or is unable to undergo authentication.
Mr Saxena, a director of two Dubai-based firms – UHY Saxena and Matrix Holdings – is one of the accused named in the charge sheet filed by ED in the AgustaWestland case.
Chanda Kochhar, 56, had quit as CEO and managing director of ICICI Bank in October last year over allegations that she favoured Videocon Group.
Council underlined the need to hold perpetrators, organizers, financiers and sponsors of these reprehensible acts of terrorism accountable and bring them to justice.
Several Kashmiri students have been arrested and suspended from their colleges for alleged “anti-national” activities across India.