Sexual harassment case: Justice Ganguly remains defiant
Former Supreme Court Justice (retd) AK Ganguly, accused in a sexual harassment case involving a law intern, on Thursday remained defiant.
Zee Media Bureau
New Delhi: Former Supreme Court Justice (retd) AK Ganguly, accused in a sexual harassment case involving a law intern, on Thursday remained defiant.
Asked whether he will resign as West Bengal Human Rights Commission chairman after being accused of sexual harassment by a law intern, Ganguly said: "I have not decided anything."
His remarks came on a day when the Central government is expected to take a call on forwarding a Presidential reference to the Supreme Court in connection with the case.
Attorney General GE Vahanvati had earlier stated that a case could be made out against Justice Ganguly.
Justice Ganguly has denied sexually harassing the law intern.
The three-judge committee had earlier probed the allegations of sexual harassment against Justice Ganguly and had prima facie found an "act of unwelcome behaviour" and "conduct of sexual nature" on the part of the retired judge.