Wednesday, 29 October 2014

List of Black Money holders in Swiss Bank accounts leaked by WikiLeaks..

If the latest guideline of Supreme Court is to be followed, the entire list of black money account holders should be out by the early hours of October 29. The Apex Court has ordered the Narendra Modi-led central government to reveal the entire list of perpetrators who are guilty of stocking up unaccounted sums of money. A day after the government revealed the names of Pradeep Burman (Promoter of Dabur India), Pankaj Chimanlal Lodhiya (Rajkot-based bullion trader), Radha Satish Timblo (Director of Goa-based mining company Timblo Pvt. Ltd), the SC lashed out the government to give the complete list of the black money holders to the Special Investigation Team (SIT) and the court too. Any predictions before the list come out tomorrow; please mention in the comment section below!

The long list of tax violators have been demanded by the SC and  list has come up through a social messaging app ‘WhatsApp’ which reads that Wikileaks has leaked secret information which contains names of 20 politicians who have amassed black money, hidden in Swiss banks among other places. We at cannot vouch for the authenticity of the list.

However, with the names set to be out in public domain tomorrow, we bring to you the list which is doing the rounds of social media since the past few days. We bring to you the list below, but whether the black money holders list is true, half-true, not true is for you to judge (amount in crores).

1- Ashok Gehlot (220000)
2- Rahul Gandhi (158000)
3- Harshad Mehta (135800)
4- Sharad Pawar (82000)
5- Ashok Chavan (76888)
6- Harish Rawat (75000)
7- Sonia Gandhi (56800)
8- Muthuvel Karunanidhi (35000)
9- Digvijay Singh (28900)
10- Kapil Sibal (28000)
11- Rajeev Gandhi (19800)
12- Palaniappan Chidambaram (15040)
13- Jayaram Jaylalitha (15000)
14- Kalanithi Maran (15000)
15- HD Kumarswamy (14500)
16- Ahmed Patel (9000)
17- J M Scindia (9000)
18- Ketan Parekh (8200)
19- Andimuthu Raja (7800)
20- Suresh Kalmadi (5900)

The suspense over the detailed list continues to build as time passes by. It will be interesting to see if the central government hands over the list of the account holders to the Supreme Court on October 29. Union Finance Minister has said that the government has already shared the list with the SIT on June 27 and there is no question of not sharing it with the Supreme Court. If the entire list is out in public domain, it will be a historic day for both the government and the people of India. While the persons named on the list will be hit with an embarrassing bomb.

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