Criticising Indian government over its negligence to the cables exposed by the, Assange said, "Yes, there are Indian names in the data that we have already published or are going to publish. I can't remember specifically whether there are Indian names in the coming publication. But I have read Indian names."
Comparing the reactions of the governments of Germany and India, Assange also added, "there is no reason why India should not be aggressive. India should be more aggressive because India seems like it is losing per capita much more tax than Germany."
Assange also claimed that the Indian government has tried to "mislead" the people of the nation about their stand on black money case stashed in the Swiss Bank.
However, Congress spokesperson Manish Tewari stated, "Finance Minister Pranab Mukherjee has responded to it appropriately and holistically both inside and outside Parliament. After what he has said, we have nothing to add or substract."
Now, it seems that Indians will be eagerly waiting for the next leaks by WikiLeaks to receive the names holding black money offshore.