Abdul Karim Telgi, Convicted In Stamp Paper Scam, Hospitalised In Bengaluru

Bengaluru Abdul Karim Telgi, a convict in the counterfeit stamp paper scam, is on ventilator and is suffering from meningitis, according to his . Abdul Karim Telgi, the mastermind of the fake stamp paper scam,d at a hospital in Bengaluru today. The year old was convicted of printing, between , fake stamp papers in the government security . Abdul Kareem Telgi From Vegetable Vendor To Stamp Paper Scam Mastermind Bengaluru Son of a railway employee who started off as a vegetable and fruit In his first conviction in , Telgi was sentenced to years r.rous Abdul Karim Telgi, Convicted In Stamp Paper Scam, Hospitalised In . Abdul Karim Telgi, a convict in counterfeit stamp paper scam is on ventilator support in critical condition at Bengaluru s Victoria Hospital pic.twitter.com Agrahara Central Jail in Bengaluru after being sentenced to years of .

Abdul Karim Telgi, Convicted In Stamp Paper Scam, Hospitalised In Bengaluru

Abdul Karim Telgi was serving his term in Parappana Agrahara Central Jail in Bengaluru

Bengaluru:  Abdul Karim Telgi, a convict in the counterfeit stamp paper scam, is on ventilator and is suffering from meningitis, according to his lawyer.

“He is alive, but very critical and has been admitted to Victoria hospital. He is in the ICU and on ventilator. He is suffering from menigitis,” Telgi’s lawyer MT Nanaiah said here today.

Telgi was admitted four days back, he added.

“He should have been admitted a little bit earlier. There has been a delay,” he said.

Meningitis is an acute inflammation of the protective membranes covering the brain and spinal cord, known collectively as the meninges.

Telgi was arrested in Ajmer in November 2001 and has been suffering from diabetes and hypertension for over 20 years, besides other ailments, including AIDS.

He was serving his term in Parappana Agrahara Central Jail in Bengaluru after being sentenced to 30 years of rigorous imprisonment in multi-crore fake stamp paper racket.

A whopping fine of Rs 202 crore was also imposed on him.

Recently, Telgi was in thick of controversy when former DIG (Prisons) D Roopa alleged that prison authorities were giving him preferential treatment in the prison.

 

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