New Delhi, June 5: Rules are rules but bending them for a good purpose should be legitimate, wrote the UPSC aspirant in his suicide note. Varun Chandran committed suicide on Sunday at his rented room in Rajinder Nagar in New Delhi. The police found the man hanging from the ceiling fan.Also Read - UPSC CAPF Result 2021 Declared at | Here's How to Download Score

In the suicide note, Chandran, who was appearing for the UPSC exam for the fifth time, wrote that he was denied entry into the examination hall as he was four minutes late. Also Read - UPSC Civil Services Prelims 2021 on October 10 | Check Guidelines And Other Details Here

“Although I reached the other centre at 9:24 AM, I was denied entry. It was very sad on the part of the supervising officials that such a thing happened. I understand that rules are rules, but bending them for a good purpose should be legitimate,” he wrote. Also Read - MP Woman Attempts to End Life by Standing on Rail Tracks, Brave Auto Driver Saves Her | Watch

In the suicide note, Chandran wrote that his UPSC centre was a government school in Paharganj but when he reached there, he realised that his centre was some other school in the same area. Being unaware of the area, since he had shifted from Karnataka to Rajinder Nagar in New Delhi to save time and money, Chandran reached his examination centre about four minutes late.

“Both centres are located in Paharganj but he wasn’t familiar with the area and got down at the wrong one. When he reached there, he was told that there was another centre where his roll number was allotted,” an officer said, adding that had he reached by 9:20, he would have been allowed to write the exam.

The UPSC Prelims 2018 was held on Sunday which was taken by over three lakh aspirants. Candidates who appeared for the Union Public Service Commission (UPSC) civil services preliminary examination said that the exam this year was tough as compared to previous year.