Although I already guessed that one of them through his daughter had visited the blog a year ago, he can deny that. Of course, I can prove that, but still, I wanted to make doubly sure that they know about my blog through me directly.
It was either the fear of their betrayal that if known public would make them cheaters in and around the community in which they live or if I had committed some evil or unlawful thing during my association with them that would harm them.
If the details in my blog are known in public, it would be very difficult for them to claim that the later was the case, and at the same time, they have to defend themselves about the accusations against them that are implicit in the details of my working in the dispatch section in “The Hindu” for more than 10 years.
The letters were sent on May 31, 2014. Already 16 days have passed, and none of them have shown any inclination of having received that letter, and this confirmed my suspicion that they are in fact receiving advice along the lines that they would be protected come what may!
I know that they have a large number of software experts at their disposal to tamper my blog, and if and when they do so, it would be a clear sign of them being wrong with regard to their association with me. Therefore, I do not expect them to tamper my blog but would use other methods to give trouble to me. Let me see what happens!
On my part, I will try to keep fighting using my limited software knowledge to maintain my blog alive as much as possible.