WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange, left, accompanied by former Swiss banker Rudolf Elmer, right, are seen after Elmer handed Assange two CDs full of files, including names of 2,000 secret Swiss account holders, including individuals and corporates from Asia, US and Britain following a news conference at the Frontline Club in London. Elmer blew the whistle on the conduct of Julius Baer Bank in the Cayman Islands for which he is set to stand trial in Zurich, Switzerland, on Jan. 19 for breaching Swiss bank secrecy laws. The focus in India of course is already on whether or not there are any Indians in this list. A recent report by Global Financial Transparency said that India''s Rs 20.85 lakh crore have been deposited with Swiss Banks. There have also been media reports that some 250 Indian names were found in the Lichtenstein Bank list, and a list of 26 of the account holders has already been submitted by the government in Supreme Court, though it refuses to make it public, citing a double taxation treaty with Germany.