New Delhi: In a major breakthrough in the black money case, the government on Tuesday has disclosed the names of all 26 account holders in Liechtenstein Bank to the Supreme Court.
The names were procured from German authorities and the Centre said that there was no proof of wrongdoing against eight of them.
Out of the 18 names made public, 5 are from Dhupelia family who are trustees of Ambrunova trust, 4 from Manichi trust, 4 from Ruvisha trust, KM Mammen of Webster Foundation and two others.
Deceased stock broker Harshad Mehta's name too figures in the list.
The government told the Supreme Court that income tax probe against all the 18 people is complete while prosecution procedures have been launched against 17. One person has died.
The court has said it will discuss the content of documents and hear the matter on Thursday