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The counsel for Telgi said: "He (Telgi) says he has not written that way". When presspersons asked Mr. Nanaiah about the diary, he said: "They (Mumbai police) have found the diary after he was in prison for two years. Who has written this diary? Whose diary is it?" he asked.
Mr. Nanaiah said Telgi had told him that he had furnished the names of nine persons in Bangalore on their involvement in the case but no action had been initiated against them so far.
Asked to name the nine, the counsel said they were "private persons" and not politicians and police officers.
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