A man who died of a heart attack in his Shabby Garden blog has been identified as the author of a blog post on which he wrote that he had met an “ex-boyfriend” in the 1990s.
In the post, published in March 2018, Mr Gopinath Kondapalli said he had fallen in love with his “friend” and was “ready to marry him”.
The post was titled: ‘We are ready to marry, I’m ready to live happily ever after.
I’m waiting for you.
I am waiting for this moment’.
It said: “If you know me, you will know this.
You will understand why I am so eager to marry my new man.”
The post went on to say that he was “a complete stranger”.
It was later removed.
A statement posted on Mr Kondapsal’s blog said: I am deeply sorry for my words.
I had never met my ‘friend’ in the past, nor had I ever met him.
I sincerely apologise to the community for the hurt and pain that was caused by my words and my post.
Mr Kossalyas family said he died on Sunday at the age of 51. “
I sincerely apologise for my bad words and sincerely wish him a quick recovery.”
Mr Kossalyas family said he died on Sunday at the age of 51.
In a statement posted by his family on Facebook, they said he was a “dedicated member of the community, a proud father and grandfather”.
“He had a passion for teaching children about science and medicine.
He was the founder and director of the Shabby Grove School for Children and a founding member of India’s largest school association.”
The family said the post was not acceptable to use on his blog. “
He loved his community, loved all the children in his neighbourhood and loved everyone in his family.”
The family said the post was not acceptable to use on his blog.
Mr Kondsal, a Tamil-language writer, wrote about a fictionalised version of himself as a fictionalized version of an Indian poet.
He wrote that his “boyfriend and I met in the 90s at a literary festival and became a couple in 1997.
A post on his own blog said that he fell in love again and had married his “dream girl” the following year. “
We stayed in love, and married in 2010,” the post said.
A post on his own blog said that he fell in love again and had married his “dream girl” the following year.
“But, in October 2017, he passed away,” the blog said.
Mr Gopsal said he did not intend to speak about the post and had “no plans” to do so in the future.
Mr Sankara, a professor at the Indian Institute of Technology (IIT) said Mr Krossalyas death was “totally unexpected”.
“I don’t think he knew the full extent of the incident that took place, so there is nothing to speculate on,” he said.
The IIT has a centre for cyber crime research and prevention, and Mr Saini said he would be “very surprised” if Mr Kollapsal had been targeted in any way.