Wadhawans’ India assets have also been attached. These include 12 flats in Khar (West), two land parcels in Pune and Mulshi, five luxury vehicles, and 344 bank accounts.
This is the first order in the case where foreign assets have been attached by the agency, said an ED official.
Other than properties in India, the federal agency is learnt to have also identified that Kapoor’s company Doit Creations Jersey, with an investment of Rs 83 crore, has three properties in London, including a guesthouse on 77 South Audley Street in London worth £11.5 million, and another residential property.
Sources say more attachments will be made in the coming weeks.
The directorate had earlier attached bank deposits to the tune of Rs 115 crore of various companies of Kapoor and seized jewellery worth Rs 22.87 crore. The agency had also seized luxury cars worth Rs 12.58 crore belonging to the Wadhawans’ family.
The ED alleged that these assets had been created out of proceeds the Kapoors had received from corporates as ‘kickbacks’ in exchange for sanctioning loans during his tenure at YES Bank.
The ED has listed several properties managed and owned by Kapoor’s family and companies, including bungalows, villas, farmhouses, apartments not just in Delhi and Mumbai, but also in London, the US, the UK and other places worth several thousand crores.
Some other expensive properties belonging to Kapoor are located in Lutyens’ Delhi, including on 18 Kautilya Marg and 20 Sardar Patel Marg. He also has 7.5 acres of beachfront land in Alibaug in Maharashtra.
The ED had filed a prosecution complaint in May in the Kapoor case alleging laundering to the tune of Rs 5,050 crore.