Black Money: Modi govt reveals more names now

Black Money
New Delhi, Oct 27: After three business tycoons, more names have been revealed in connection with Black Money case. The Narendra Modi government at the centre submitted total seven names to the Supreme Court on Monday, Oct 27.

The central government earlier 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.

The affidavit, filed days after the government came under attack from political rivals that it was chary of revealing names, said that these names have been received from French authorities and other countries.

While Burman's name was received from French authorities the names of Lodhia and others have been received from "other countries". The list names Timblo Private Limited and its Directors Mrs Radha Satish Timblo, Chetan S Timblo, Rohan S Timblo, Mrs Anna C Timblo and Mrs Mallika R Timblo.

It was not clear whether the account holder is the company or its Directors. Shortly after the disclosure in the Supreme Court, Dabur India promoter family, Burmans said the account complied with all legal requirements.

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