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Tiger skin, deer skin seized from stamp scam accused's house
December 09, 2003 17:24 IST
A tiger skin, claws, teeth, a deer skin and some documents have been seized by the Special Investigation Team from two residences of suspended Assistant Commissioner of Police Mohammad Chand Mulani, who is in SIT custody for his alleged complicity in the fake stamp paper scam.
Mulani was admitted to the Sassoon Hospital in Pune when he complained of uneasiness soon after his arrest.
Mulani has been arrested under the Maharashtra Control of Organised Crime Act for his alleged links with Abdul Karim Telgi, the prime accused in the case.
Mulani was the assistant commissioner of police in Pune when the scam was unearthed by the Bund Garden police station in June, 2003.
Mulani was due to retire on August 31, 2003, but was suspended by the government on August 24.
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