Bangalore, Jan 29 (Agencies): Throwing the ball of revealing the names of those who had stashed money abroad in SC’s court, Union Law Minister Veerappa Moily on Saturday said the UPA Government had nothing to hide on the issue.

"We are not hiding anything, the Supreme Court has been given the list in a sealed cover and it is up to it to reveal the names," Moily told reporters here when asked about
those who had parked black money in secret accounts in banks overseas.

He said the government had "already taken steps to bring back black money despite treaties coming in the way." Under the treaty, he said, details about deposits in other countries could be revealed only in case of tax evasion or violation of foreign exchange laws.

The treaty conditions are different for each country.

‘Chain of corruption'

Moily further charged ruling BJP in Karnataka with "building a chain of corruption" and appointing commissions to "cover" it up and get "clean chits" for itself.

The "web of corruption" would lead to the fall of BJP," he told reporters.

"Blaming Governor H R Bhardwaj or Congress to cover up its corruption would not last long", he said, rejecting charges against Congress after the Governor gave sanction to prosecute state CM Yeddyurappa on allegations of corruption.

In a sarcastic comment, he said the Yeddyurappa-led BJP government "is the most transparent government so far as corruption is concerned."