Scam 2003 to showcase story of Abdul Karim Telgi, the fruit seller who built an empire counterfeiting stamp papers
After his license to sell stamp and non-judicial stamp paper was revoked, Telgi set up his parallel printing press and circulated counterfiet stamps worth thousands of crore
Damage caused by Abdul Karim Telgi: Fake stamp paper scammer bled state exchequer of Rs 30,000 crore
Only a few scams created such strong ripples in India as stamp paper racket did after its kingpin Abdul Karim Telgi was sentenced to 30 years imprisonment
Abdul Karim Telgi, who was convicted for fake stamp paper racket, died on Monday at the Victoria hospital in Bengaluru, Karnataka
The son of a railway employee who started off as a vegetable and fruit vendor in trains, Abdul Karim Telgi took to the murky world and attained notoriety.