The panel comprising of retired judges and regulators will soon release an email id where anyone can give information, sources say.

Anybody having credible information on black money can approach the SIT. The team will investigate that information, but it needs to be an authentic one. And no one will be spared.

However the panel will meet on Thursday to work out details of its inquiry, a day after the government submitted a list of 627 foreign account holders to the Supreme Court.

The court has set a deadline of March next year to complete the investigations into whether these account holders have violated tax laws. The court said the list will be given to the top officials of the SIT.

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