Fake stamp paper scam convict Telgi dies
Abdul Karim Telgi, the kingpin of the multi-crore fake stamp paper scam that shook the country over a decade ago, died of multi-organ failure at a state-run hospital here today.
He was 56 and was battling for life for about a week.
He was on ventilator and life support system after being admitted to Victoria Hospital for meningitis, doctors said.
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"Telgi is no more. He breathed his last at 3.55 pm. He was suffering from multi-organ failure," Dr Balaji S Pai of the hospital, who attended on him, told
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07:59 PM IST