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CBI probing Telgi scam in 3 states: P C Sharma
November 14, 2003 20:37 IST
The Central Bureau of Investigation is probing the multi-crore stamp paper racket in Andhra Pradesh, Gujarat and Delhi.
Its probe is directed at determining the role of the staff in the Nashik-based India Security Press in helping prime accused Abdul Karim Telgi.
The CBI's involvement follows a request by the respective state governments as also the Union government, which operates the India Security Press.
In Gujarat, the CBI has recovered fake stamp papers worth Rs 8-9 crore.
The CBI chief was on a two-day visit to Maharashtra during which he inaugurated a housing colony for CBI staff in Nagpur on Thursday.His interacted with the media in Mumbai followed a request by Joint Director (Western Zone) D Sivanandan.
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