Karti Chidambaram on Monday sought the Supreme Court’s permission to travel to the United Kingdom between October 18 and November 13 for his daughter’s admission to Cambridge University, ANI reported.

Former Union Minister P Chidambaram son is accused of holding multiple accounts and assets abroad in connection with the INX Media case. The case pertains to alleged irregularities in Foreign Investment Promotion Board clearance to INX Media for receiving funds from abroad worth Rs 305 crore in 2007. This was while P Chidambaram was finance minister.

On July 18, the Central Bureau of Investigation had issued a lookout notice against Karti Chidambaram, preventing him from travelling abroad without the investigation agency’s permission. He had approached the Supreme Court earlier challenging the lookout notice.

On October 4, the CBI had alleged that Karti Chidambaram had used his foreign visits earlier this year to tamper with evidence in the graft case. Chidambaram on Monday told the Supreme Court that he had only one bank account in the United Kingdom’s Metro Bank, which was opened in June 2016. “This foreign bank account has not received any remittance from anyone except my wife, daughter, and myself,” he told the court, according to The Times of India. “I am a ‘politically exposed person’ and the United Kingdom has strict laws governing such people in terms of opening bank accounts.”

The court adjourned the matter for further hearing on Tuesday.