Denying allegations of sexual harassment, retired Supreme Court judge A.K. Ganguly Monday wrote to Chief Justice of India P. Sathasivam raising several questions about the apex court panel’s report which indicted him of “unwelcome behaviour”.
“After deep consideration of all that is going on in the media with reference to some allegations of an intern about me, I am constrained to break my silence. I wish to make it clear that I never harassed nor did I make any unwelcome advances to any female intern,” Ganguly said in the letter, a copy of which he has forwarded to President Pranab Mukherjee.
From questioning the procedures followed by the probe committee to being treated “like a person in captivity”, Ganguly raised many issues in his letter.