AK Ganguly case: Delhi police to contact victim

A day after an apex court three-member panel indicted former judge AK Ganguly for ‘unwelcome behaviour’ with a law intern in a hotel room here in December last year, Delhi police on Friday said they were now trying to get in touch with the woman.

‘We are trying to get in touch with the complainant so that we may have her version,’ said a Delhi police statement.The judges’ panel report, submitted to Chief Justice P Sathasivam on 28 Nov, said the statement of the law intern ‘discloses an act of unwelcome behaviour by Justice (retd) AK Ganguly with her in the room in hotel Le Meridien on 24 Dec, 2012, approximately between 8 pm and 10.30 pm’.

After considering the report, a full bench ruled out any action from the SC administration. ‘Considering the fact that the said intern was not an intern on the roll of the Supreme Court and that the concerned Judge had already demitted office on account of superannuation on the date of the incident, no further follow-up action is required by this court,’ it said.
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