'Can't clear exam': UPSC aspirant ends life; found hanging
A 20-year-old UPSC aspirant, Shrimathi, who had recently moved to Delhi from Tamil Nadu to prepare for the civil services examination, has allegedly ended her life. Her body was found hanging in the flat she had rented in Karol Bagh on Saturday. The girl had also left a note in which she apologized to her parents for taking her life. Here's more.
How did the incident come to notice?
Shrimathi's suicide was brought to notice after her friend, who had come to meet her at her place, did not get any response. She then informed the neighbors, who eventually called the police. The police broke her room's door and found the victim hanging in her bedroom. Her friend told the cops that Shrimathi was under pressure but never thought she would commit suicide.
Here's what Shrimathi wrote in her suicide letter
Shrimathi's suicide letter was short where she just apologized to her parents for ending her life. However, she didn't mention any reason. Notably, her parents said she didn't sound upset when she last spoke to them a few hours before she took her life. Cracking UPSC was Shrimathi's personal choice as her parents wanted her to pursue medicine. The matter is being probed.