Haryana police has left no stone unturned and the questions also include details about different trusts and donations that the trust has received over the years.
"If answered, the replies to the questions will run into 4000 pages. Each question has to be examined. How much information can be parted with, and how much, all that has to be seen, so it is taking time," said Pintos’ advocate Niteen Pradhan to Mail Today.
Pradhan questioned the feasibility of questions by saying that how details of donations are going to help the murder investigation. He said that this is absolutely impermissible and unfair.
Questions were also raised about the questions about the other trusts run by Pintos apart from the Saint Xavier's Trust, which runs the Ryan International Schools.
Pradhan raised questions on the investigation by saying that Pintos’ personal income should not be scrutinised. He said that it is job of the income tax department.
However, Pintos are preparing their reply which is to be submitted to Haryana Police.