The Pakistani singer presented himself before the authorities in the Delhi zonal office of the agency a little after 10am and he left before 9pm.
Dressed in grey-coloured coat and dark pant, the popular singer arrived in a black Mercedes and was accompanied by a team of his lawyers, who kept waiting outside the ED office during the entire questioning period.
Investigators said that he “satisfactorily” replied to all the questions and helped them with detailed replies about the transactions under scanner.
Apart from providing investigators the documents of the case, Khan also recorded his version about the incident under the provisions of the Foreign Exchange Management Act.
The case pertains to the probe agency initiating a FEMA investigation against him and his associates in 2014 after the Directorate of Revenue Intelligence (DRI), in 2011, intercepted Khan and his manager, Marrouf Ali Khan, at the Indira Gandhi International Airport here for allegedly carrying an undeclared amount of $124,000 and some other instruments in foreign currency.
This was originally posted on Khaleej Times.