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UPSC aspirant commits suicide after he was denied entry into the examination hall

Speed News Desk | Updated on: 4 June 2018, 15:43 IST
Suicide (dna India)

The Union Public Service Commission(UPSC) conducted its Civil Services examination yesterday and an aspirant has allegedly committed suicide after he was not allowed to sit in the said examination as he was denied entry into the examination hall on Sunday.

UPSC conducts the civil services preliminary exam every year in which around 6 lakh candidates appear to get into different Gade-A government services.

The Youth identified as Varun, committed suicide in Delhi's Rajendra Nagar. The suicide note found at Varun's residence read "The rules are fine but there should be some leniency."

The UPSC conducted the Civil Services Preliminary examination on 2018 on June 3 at various centres across the country.

According to the police, Varun's body was discovered by his female friend when she came to meet him at his rented accommodation in Old Rajinder Nagar, Delhi.

“On failing to get any response from inside, she informed the neighbours. They broke the door open and informed the police at about 5 pm,” said a police officer.

After the Post-Mortem, Police handed over the dead body to his sister who stays in Delhi.

The UPSC Preliminary examination was held across India and his examination centre was at Paharganj.

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First published: 4 June 2018, 15:43 IST
 
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