Kejriwal supporters protest against Ambanis, detained
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Several activists of Arvind Kejriwal's IAC were on Saturday briefly detained by the police while they were staging a protest outside the family home of the Ambani brothers here to demand a probe into alleged parking of black money by them in a bank in Switzerland.
A few IAC activists also held a protest at headquarters of HSBC, which has been accused by Kejriwal of engaging in money laundering, a charge denied by Britain's largest institutional bank.
The IAC protests came a day after Kejriwal alleged that Ambani brothers Mukesh and Anil, Jet Airways chairman Naresh Goyal, Congress MP Annu Tandon, and the Burmans of Dabur had stashed away unaccounted money in the Geneva branch of HSBC.
Led by senior IAC leader Mayank Gandhi, the protestors gathered outside the Ambanis' Sea Wind building in South Mumbai, shouted slogans against the two top industrialists and alleged that India Inc was colluding with the ruling party in "looting the nation".
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