The three names are -- Pradip Burman, Director of Dabur Group; Pankaj Chimanlal Lodhia, Rajkot based bullion trader and Ms Radha S Timblo, a Goa based miner. Apart from this, five of Timblo's directors Chetan Timblo, Rohan Timblo, Anna Timblo and Mallika Timblo were also figured in the affidavit filed in the Supreme Court by the government.
For the very same reason, Rajya Sabha MP and noted lawyer Ram Jethmalani slammed the Modi government for withholding the complete list of black money holders.
Jethmalani was tremendously disappointed by the development and dubbed it as a case of mountain in labour producing a mouse.
"It is a case of mountain in labour producing a mouse... I have great hopes that SC will rise to the occasion and do the needful," Jethmalani said, adding that he regretted that this 'mouse' has been produced by Prime Minister Narendra Modi's government.
Even the Aam Aadmi Party demanded disclosure of the names of all those who have stashed their wealth in foreign banks illegally and a time bound investigation to punish the guilty. AAP accused the NDA government of adopting a "selective approach" on the black money issue.