On the advice of the Enforcement Directorate, the ministry had suspended the validity of their passports with immediate effect for a period of four weeks on February 16 and given one week's time to them to respond as to why their passports should not be impounded or revoked.
"Since they have not responded so far, their passports have been revoked," a senior ministry source said, noting that in its notice to Mr Modi and Mr Choksi, the ministry had made it clear that their passports would be cancelled if they failed to respond.
Ministry sources said that future course of action will be taken on the advice of the investigation agencies.
The Central Bureau of Investigation and the ED have registered two FIRs each to probe the case. Both Mr Modi and Mr Choski are said to have left the country before the criminal cases were lodged against them.
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