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MUMBAI (Reuters) - Reliance Industries
Kejriwal from India Against Corruption on Friday said Reliance Industries chairman Mukesh Ambani and his brother Anil held the accounts in a branch of UK-based HSBC
He also accused Naresh Goyal, the chairman of Jet Airways
Kejriwal and his IAG group have already gained publicity after accusing the ruling Congress party chief Sonia Gandhi's son-in-law of improper deals with property developer DLF
"Neither Reliance Industries Limited nor Mr. Mukesh Ambani have or had any illegitimate accounts anywhere in the world," the energy conglomerate said on Friday in response to Kejriwal's latest claim.
Reliance added the company deals with several global banks, including HSBC.
"These accounts are fully compliant with all regulations and are disclosed in their appropriate jurisdictions and in India," the company said.
A spokesman for Anil Ambani, who is the chairman of Reliance Capital
Jet Airways, India's biggest airline, called Kejriwal's accusation against its chairman "entirely false."
Kejriwal also accused three people affiliated with personal care and food products maker Dabur India
HSBC declined to comment on the allegations, but said it "takes compliance with the law, wherever it operates, very seriously."
Shares of Reliance Industries fell as much as 1.5 percent at one point, ending the day down 1.1 percent, in a session in which the Nifty fell 0.9 percent.
Shares in Jet Airways