Justice Nariman, Chandrachud did not meet the probe panel: SC

NEW DELHI: On Sunday, The Supreme Court Issued A Statement Refusing News Reports That A Meeting Took Place Between And With The Panel Of Three Judges Asking For Allegations Of Sexual Harassment Against CJI By A Rejected Supreme Court Female Employee.

SC ' S Secretary Released One Of The Media Suggesting Justices R F Nariman And D & Chandrachud To Meet The Internal Commission Led By Justice S A Bobde On May 3 On The Issue Of Ex-parte Investigation On Complaints About Sexual Harassment Against CJI

The Official Release Of SC Said -" It Is Most Unfortunate That A Leading Newspaper Has Chosen To Claim That Justices R F Nariman And D & Chandrachud Meet Justice S A Bobde Together On The Evening Of May 3. This Is Completely Incorrect."

The Official Release Also Said:" The Internal Commission, Which Deliberates On The CJI Issue, Deliberates On Itself Without Any Input From Any Other SC Judge."

Judge RF Nariman Also Denied Joining Justice DY Chandrachud To Meet The Panel Of Three Judges And Said He Was Not Part Of Such A Meeting And Said That This Would Have Intervened In The Free And Fair Investigation Process Conducted By The Panel From Three Judges. Under The Direction Of Justice SA Bobde.

Justice Nariman Said There Was No Truth In The Misleading Reports In A Part Of The Media About Him And Justice Chandrachud Meeting The Panel On The Ongoing Investigation Problem

According To Sources, Justice Nariman Believes That The Internal Panel Led By Justice Bobde Has The Freedom To Make A Decision To Continue With The Probe Ex Parte Since The Complainant Has Withdrawn From The Investigation.

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