Centre submitted names of 627 Indians who have accounts in foreign banks to the Supreme Court in the black money case. The government submitted the names in three set of documents in a sealed envelope. Along with this, the Centre also submitted list on treaties and status report.
AAP leader Arvind Kejriwal said the revelations of black money account holders should not be selective. "There should not be selective revelation of names. The big fishes are being let off," he told the media.
Kejriwal onTuesday moved an application in the Supreme Court seeking to be heard in the black money case.
The former Delhi chief minister claimed he had personal knowledge of some people who have stashed black money in foreign banks.