28-year-old UPSC aspirant denied entry to exam hall, commits suicide


  • UPSC aspirant commits suicide in Delhi
  • Varun (28) was barred from writing exam due to late arrival
  • His suicide note reads, “There should be some leniency”

A 28-year-old UPSC (Union Public Service Commission) aspirant is believed to have committed suicide after he was denied entry to the examination hall on Sunday.

The youth identified as Varun, committed suicide in Delhi’s Rajendra Nagar.

The suicide note recovered from his residence reads, “The rules are fine but there should be some leniency.”

The Union Public Service Commission conducted the Civil Services Preliminary Exam 2018 on June 3 at various test centres across the country.

More details awaited.

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