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Stamp scam: CBI arrests Tamil Nadu DIG

July 01, 2004 20:38 IST

The Central Bureau of Investigation on Thursday conducted raids at the residences of several senior police and insurance officials and arrested four persons, including a deputy inspector general of the Tamil Nadu police, for helping stamp paper scam kingpin Abdul Karim Telgi in spreading his network.

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DIG A P Muhammad Ali, Assistant Commissioner of Police Shankar and LIC'sadministrative official Ramaswamy were among those arrested.

Tamil Nadu is the second state where the police has come under a cloud in the stamps scam. Several top officials in Maharashtra are in jail for their role in assisting Telgi in his trade.


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Sub: Blood boils...PLEASE READ..

Several thousand crores in that scam...Its our money..our hard earned tax money...money, that was grabbed from the poverty sticken mass.. I happened to see his ...


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9 out of 10 police officers at all levels are absolutely corrupt since independence. They made huge fortunes by helping hard core criminals (including Veerappan) ...


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in belgaum city district in belgaum and karnataka state police is involved in attempting to make underworld don and spread underworld activities with ig of ...


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