Srinagar: A total of 714 Indians have been cited in the Paradise Papers, reports said on Monday.
The Paradise Papers are a list of 13.4 million documents leaked by a law firm – Appleby.
The papers have exposed offshore interest and activities of more than 120 politicians and world leaders.
Leaked documents from an international offshore law firm, Appleby, revealed by International Consortium of Investigative Journalists (ICIJ) on Sunday shed light on tax frauds of political parties and major corporate giants.
The group of 380 journalists representing more than 100 media outlets part of the ICIJ carried out a year-long investigation that has now exposed offshore interest and activities of more than 120 politicians and world leaders, ICIJ said.
Over 13.4 million documents that have been leaked are now being termed as ‘Paradise Papers.’
A total of 714 Indians have been listed in the Paradise Papers registries, media reports said.
An Indian company, Sun Group, featured as Appleby’s second largest client internationally. The company founded by Nand Lal Khemka has 118 different offshore entities present, reports added.