The next day, Syed met Radha and Asha in their office. He had discreetly brought some executive bond papers from different film company offices for whom he had been working. In one corner of each of the papers, he had written the name of the company from where he had got the papers.
Later, when they compared the bond papers to the warning note, they drew a blank. So, she thought, if Syed had done it, it would have been with some other company’s paper or someone else was behind it.
“But, the paper could have come even from a cyber café or any other stationary store,” Syed suggested.
“Syed, when you say that bond paper is available in cyber cafés and stationary stores, the paper will be unique to the company, which manufactures it. I’ve seen the other common stationary with the watermark. This is different, unique to a particular company or some individual, who can afford to get many of these papers in bulk.”
“That is where the cookie crumbles. There could be so many people out there, who have such papers with them and we cannot find them. The only way we can do anything is to find my brother, Senior Inspector Kartik,” Radha replied helplessly.
To be continued…