Did SC panel cite a pre-RTI verdict while concealing findings in CJI harassment case

ranjangogoiNew Delhi, May 07: On Monday, an in-house panel of the Supreme Court rejected a complaint accusing Chief Justice of India of sexual harassment. The committee which put out a short notice however cited a Supreme Court judgment while stating that the findings would not be disclosed in public interest.

“Please take note that in the case of Indira Jaisingh vs Supreme Court of India and And (2003) 5 SCC 494, it has been held that the report of a committee constituted as a part of the in-house procedures not liable to be made public,” the Secretary General had said while announcing the clean chit to Justice Gogoi.

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Why shouldn’t the Vishakha guidelines not apply to the CJI: Justice Santhosh Hegde

justice-hegdeNew Delhi, Apr 25: The Supreme Court has been in the news, following allegations of sexual harassment made against Chief Justice of India, Ranjan Gogoi.

On one hand an in-house committee of the Supreme Court is looking into the allegations, while on the other a Bench is hearing a petition filed by an advocate, who has alleged that the CJI was being framed.

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Nobody under the cloud, this court is not a platform to say anything, SC in CBI case

New Delhi, Nov 20: The Supreme Court took strong objections to the several leaks that are taking place in the CBI vs CBI case. The court is not a platform to say anything, Chief Justice of India, Ranjan Gogoi observed.

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