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Black Money: Govt submits list of 627 Names to SC

New Delhi, Oct 29: In a significant development, the Centre on Wednesday submitted the complete list of black money account holders in foreign banks to the Supreme Court a day after the court slammed the government for not revealing all the names. The documents include 627 names and status report of their investigation in these cases.

According to TV reports, Attorney General Mukul Rohatgi submitted three sets of documents to the apex court, which include all the names of the account holders. Document one contains names of black money account holders, document two contains details of overseas accounts and document three includes status of investigation in these cases, reported Times Now.

Finance Minister Arun Jaitley on Tuesday had said that the government will submit all the names the apex court and it will be up to the judges to decide whether to make the names public. He refuted the allegation of protecting anybody in the black money case.

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