NEW DELHI, June 2 � The Special Investigation Team (SIT) set up by the Centre to probe black money stashed by Indians abroad, had its first meeting today during which the roadmap on how to proceed further was decided, reports PTI.
Sources privy to the meeting said that the SIT headed by former Supreme Court Judge MB Shah, decided to examine whether some of the black money cases could be put on fast-track.
After nearly a two-hour long deliberation, the Finance Ministry came out with a brief statement saying that �during the meeting, detailed modalities of proceeding further with the Supreme Court mandate were discussed and the roadmap decided.�
Without elaborating on the roadmap, the statement said the next meeting of the SIT will be convened shortly to take stock of the follow-up of the decisions taken at today�s parleys.
However, sources in the meeting said that probe agencies like the Enforcement Directorate, CBI and other financial probe agencies were asked to submit the number of black money and money laundering cases pending before them and the progress of the probe.