The SIT, headed by retired Supreme Court judge M B Shah with justice (retired) Arijit Pasayat as its Vice-Chairman, had promised to create such a public window sometime back and it has now given an assurance that the name of the information provider will be kept confidential.

"Persons (individuals, associations, NGOs or any other entity) having specific information about any "Resident" of India (Individual, HUF, Association of Persons, Company, Trust, Body of individuals, Firm, etc) having illegal and/or undisclosed bank accounts/assets located in foreign countries and/or undisclosed bank accounts/assets located in foreign
countries and/or any interest in such assets/accounts in any manner may furnish such information to the SIT in the attached proforma," the high-powered panel said.

The panel said it requests the public at large to send "precise information in a crisp manner and mere allegations without specific details be avoided."

Justice (retired) Pasayat had earlier told that the panel will take action in all such cases which have "specific" information about illegal assets stashed abroad.

The SIT, in Sunday's notice, has also asked the public to make "concrete suggestions to bring unaccounted money stashed abroad back to India."

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