“How will you know the difference in the papers?” Syed was perplexed. “If they were typewritten papers, then an expert could have found the difference. These are computer stationery.”
“Radha, are you thinking what I’m thinking?”
“I think so, sweet heart. There are so many fonts available in the software market and they can be used by anybody anywhere. There wouldn’t be any luck with the handwriting since it has not been signed. But most big companies often have their own watermark on their papers. We need to compare their executive bond papers with the paper used to send the warning. I saw a water mark on it. The question is how to get the stationary.”
Both the girls slowly turned to Syed.
“No, I can’t do it. I might get caught,” Syed protested.
“But, you are the one who has access to these offices,” Radha tried to persuade him. After some more amount of convincing, he reluctantly agreed.
As the girls were leaving Syed’s place, Asha asked thoughtfully. “If Syed doesn’t get the papers, then?”
“By then I’ll have something else up my sleeve,” Radha replied determinedly.
To be continued…