Ahmedabad: Janata Party president Subramaniam
Swamy on Saturday said he will soon register an FIR with CBI on the
issue of black money stashed in foreign countries that would
help him obtain letter rogatory from a court and his
organisation then can directly approach foreign countries to
get details of the hidden funds.
"After studying the laws on how to get details of black
money stashed abroad, my organisation Action Committee Against
Corruption in India has decided to go to CBI office on
November 28 and register an FIR on the issue," Swamy said.
"For filing of an FIR, we do not require names... we can
only say that the unnamed persons have committed a crime
against the country by stashing black money in foreign banks.
If the CBI would not file a complaint, then we will approach a
court to direct the CBI to file it," he said.
"Once the complaint is filed, we will approach a local
court and obtain a letter rotatory for the purpose. That will
be then presented in the court in Switzerland and that
country`s government to obtain details of Indians whose money
is stashed their," Swamy said.
Letter rotatory is a formal request from a court to a
foreign court for judicial assistance.
"We will follow the process in other countries also
where there is banking secrecy," he further said.
"We are planning to do what our government is not able
to do to obtain information about those who have stashed their
money in foreign banks," he said.
Swamy who is also a complaint in the 2G scam and seeking
prosecution of union home minister P Chidambaram also said
that CBI would show him the file relating to 2G spectrum
allocation on Tuesday.
A Delhi court had recently directed the CBI to provide a
certified copy of a file relating to 2G spectrum allocation to