Kangujam Kanarjit Singh, also known as Dr. KK Singh, father to a child climate activist, was recently arrested in Delhi on charges of forgery and cheating.

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This is not the first time he has been arrested. In 2016 too, he was nabbed by the Manipur police and called an 'absconder' by the court.

According to a report by The Frontier Manipur, Kanarjit 'specializes in forging documents, forging signatures and presenting a larger than life image of himself'. Back in 2015-16, he used to travel disguised as a UN representative with the intention of collecting funds and fees from national and international students in the name of organising youth meets and other seminars.

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He apparently fooled people and appeared on Ted Talks, too.

Recently, he has been arrested based on the complaint of a Nepali student from whom Singh had taken money in 2018 for participation in an international conference that never took place. After his refund requests were denied, he filed a complaint with the Indian embassy in Nepal in 2020.

The student apparently paid ₹30,000 to Singh.

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This is how Twitter reacted to his arrest.

According to a report by TOI, he had allegedly duped several self-help groups, hotels and individuals of more than ₹19 lakh for a Global Youth Meet that he had organised in Imphal in 2014. It has also been alleged that he exploited his daughter for his own ambitions.