Swapnil Lonkar, a 24-year-old youth, committed suicide by hanging himself after failing to get a job even after passing the MPSC.
Pune: A 24-year-old man committed suicide by hanging himself in Pune after failing to get a job despite passing the Maharashtra Public Service Commission (MPSC) exam. The incident took place at Ganganagar near Fursungi. (MPSC is magic don’t fall into it a heartbreaking letter written by Swapnil before committing suicide)
The young man’s name is Swapnil Lonkar. Swapnil worked hard to pass the MPAC exam, but he did not get a job even after a year and a half. Finally, out of desperation, he took the final step of suicide.
Swapnil had passed the pre-2019 and main exams of MPSC. However, he had not been interviewed for the last one and a half years. He also appeared for the MPSC exam in 2020. In it he passed the pre-examination.
Corona did not pass the main exam. This caused Swapnil to slowly go into depression. The stress on the dream also increased due to the bad situation at home and the loan taken in the hope of getting a job after the exam. And from that he decided to end his life. Before ending his life, Swapnil wrote a letter in which he expressed his pain. Swapnil, who has a dream of becoming an officer, has said at the beginning of the suicide note that MPSC is magic, don’t fall into it.
Swapnil’s moving letter
Political reaction after Swapnil’s suicide
Opposition leader Devendra Fadnavis demanded that MPSC should review the working procedure. Fadnavis said that even though MPSC has autonomy, it should not behave arbitrarily.
MLA Rohit Pawar has demanded immediate conduct of MPSC examination. Environment Minister Aditya Thackeray has said that all issues will be discussed in the cabinet meeting.