The in-house inquiry committee is headed by Justice SA Bobde, who is the senior-most judge in the Supreme Court after the CJI, and its two other members are women judges of the apex court -- justices Indu Malhotra and Indira Banerjee
New Delhi: Chief Justice of India Ranjan Gogoi on Wednesday met the three-member in-house committee looking into allegations of sexual harassment levelled against him by a former woman employee of the Supreme Court, an official source said.
"A letter of request was issued to the Chief Justice of India asking him to meet the committee and he responded to it and he met the committee on this issue," the source said.
The in-house inquiry committee is headed by Justice SA Bobde, who is the senior-most judge in the Supreme Court after the CJI, and its two other members are women judges of the apex court — justices Indu Malhotra and Indira Banerjee.
The woman, who levelled the allegations, walked out of the inquiry committee on Tuesday, raising objections over various issues, including denial of her lawyer's presence.
Recently, the former apex court employee, decided not to participate any more before the in-house inquiry panel.
The employee said in a statement that Tuesday was the third day she had gone to participate before the three-member panel headed by Justice S A Bobde.
"But due to serious concerns and reservations, I am no longer participating in these in-house committee proceedings," she said in a statement.
With inputs from PTI
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Last Updated 2, May 2019, 9:26 AM