Panaji: Radha Timblo, a Goa-based miner whose name figures in the black money list submitted by the Centre in the Supreme Court, today denied having any "undisclosed" bank account in the country or abroad.
On the affidavit filed before the SC yesterday, she said the "matter in the affidavit was already settled and adjudicated."
"My conscience is very clear. We have paid all the taxes. We have no undisclosed bank accounts in India or abroad," Timblo said.
Timblo also said that though the firm has given political donations, they don't have any political affiliations. "We have no political affiliation. Making official donations to political parties is not a crime," she said. Names of Dabur group promoter Pradip Burman, Rajkot-based bullion dealer Pankaj Chimanlal Lodhiya, Goa-based mining
company Timblo Private Limited and its five Directors -- Mrs Radha S Timblo, Chetan Timblo, Rohan Timblo, Mrs Anna Timblo and Mrs Mallika Timblo-- figured in the affidavit filed in the apex court yesterday by the government as part of its drive to unearth blackmoney abroad.
Timblo Private Limited, a mining firm, had also figured in the reports of Justice M B Shah Commission and the Centrally-Empowered Committee that probed illegal mining in Goa.