Speaking at a press conference, Kejriwal claimed that the BJP and the Congress did not reveal big names involved in the black money case.
Addressing the media Kejriwal said, "We had revealed all the three names related to black money disclosed by the government two years ago. We demand action against all the people involved in black money and illegal bank accounts."
He also alleged, "The Congress and the BJP are not revealing all the names in the black money case."
Kejriwal's press conference was held hours after Narendra Modi government's decision of revealing a few names who stashed black money in foreign banks.
The central government submitted total eight names to the Supreme Court on Monday, Oct 27. The government at the centre disclosed three names first and they were --Pradip Burman, Director of Dabur Group; Pankaj Chimanlal Lodhia, Rajkot based bullion trader and Mrs Radha S Timblo, a Goa based miner.
According to sources, Rajkot-based bullion trader Pankaj Chimanlal Lodhya and Goa-based mining company Timblo Private Limited and its five Directors were among the names that figured in the list which was filed in the Supreme Court by the government.