New Delhi: CNN-IBN has accessed the list of Indians who hold accounts with Bank of Lichtenstein.
The list which was officially handed over to the Indian Government on March 18, 2009 includes 12 trusts and 26 beneficiaries.
But the money in the trust accounts totals to just Rs 52 crore - is this a black money whitewash?
The list that Germany shared with India had 12 trusts out of which four belong to Indians.
CNN-IBN has accessed the details of 13 beneficiaries in the four trusts which are the Ambrunova Trust, Marline Management SA, Marnichi Trust and Socalo Stiftung.
And list the beneficiaries include Hasmukh Gandhi, Ishwerlal Gandhi, Madhu Gandhi, Chintan Gandhi, Mirav Gandhi, Manoj Dhupelia, Rupal Dhupelia, Mohan Dhupelia, Chintan Gandhi, Dilip Mehta, Arun Mehta, Arun Kochar, Gunwanti Mehta, Rajnikant Mehta, Prabodh Mehta and Ashok Jaipuria.
Enforcement Directorate sources have told CNN-IBN that the accounts are fronts for some powerful people.
According to sources, there are 14 more banks in Lichtenstein and many more Indians have accounts in these banks.