"Spotters" on motorcycles are parked strategically every 500 metres or so on the road to an exam centre at Shyam Lal Inter College in Farah, Mathura district. Their job is to send out an alert to "embedded moles" if anyone suspicious approaches the test centres.
A local contact has assured me that by the time I reach the school, a message would have been flashed and "everything there would be normal". I could just walk into the hall where students are taking the exams, no questions asked. He was right. There are parents, students and teachers, all milling around. As I walk into the centre, no one, including cops, thinks it necessary to stop me and demand to know who I am, though it has been a long time since I looked like a school student.....................Read more
Source: The Times of India