IAS aspirant commits over goof-up in USPC result

New Delhi/May 12
A goof-up in the result of UPSC results that showed registration number of one candidate while name of other candidate, led to a tragic incident in Bangalore, Karnataka where a 24-year-old IAS aspirant committed suicide on Saturday over the issue.
A BE in Information Science, VY Manjunath has taken loan to complete his graduation from a college in Bangalore and has made it UPSC interview round in his first attempt without any professional coaching.
In the UPSC results, registration number 538745 had taken 264th rank that was reportedly of Manjunath but it was showing name of one Ashwin B and not of his.
As per reports, Manjunath had tried to contact UPSC several to get clarifications from the officials in New Delhi but it continued so state that the registration number 538745 had secured 264th place and it was held by one Ashwin B.
He had left Bengalore on Thursday and he was found hanging from a tree near a construction in Napoklu area in Kadagu district.
Manjunath’s father Yadav Murthy B Y works as a clerk in government department and he is survived by mother and two brothers. Meanwhile, his family members had blamed UPSC for his death and for their inability to clarify the actual result to their son.