Bengal Human Rights Commission & Justice Ganguly

Justice Asok Kumar Ganguly is the Chairman of the West Bengal Human Rights Commission and an Honorary Professor at the West Bengal National University of Juridical Sciences. 5.0/5

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Disgraced Justice A.K. Ganguly’s resignation as Chairman of the West Bengal Human Rights Commission is too little too late. His sordid saga has sadly irreparably stained and blemished the entire Indian Judiciary. That such a person rose to be a Judge of the country’s highest temple of Justice leaves many questions unanswered. It only demonstrates how flawed the selection process of judges is. With no checks and balances to filter and weed out such undesirable elements. This alleged gross sexual misconduct by A.K.Ganguly cannot be shelved and put to rest by his mere resignation. The wheels of justice should move speedily a la Tarun Tejpal.Infact he should be dealt more sternly and unsparingly because he was a Judge of the Supreme Court when he did something nobody should ever venture at. And that law intern may not have been his only victim. By now crying sour grapes in claiming that the Supreme Court panel had acted without jurisdiction in hearing the complaint against him, Justice Ganguly has only st ...
Justice Ganguly quits as WB rights chief India Blooms News Service Though the news was not officially confirmed since Monday night, sources confirmed now that his resignation has been accepted by the West Bengal governor and forwarded to the Chief Secretary, said sources. "He should have resigned much earlier. This is a delayed decision," Trinamool Congress lawmaker Kalyan Bandopadhyay said. On Monday Justice Ganguly met West Bengal governor M K Narayanan at Raj Bhawan here and following the meeting media reports said that he has tendered his resignation as the West Bengal Human Rights Commission chairperson. Last week Justice Ganguly had resigned from his position as a guest faculty in the National University of Judicial Sciences (NUJS) in Kolkata. "I voluntarily opt out, don't want to continue as a member of the guest facility and be a burden on NUJS," wrote Justice Ganguly in his letter though NUJS said since the charges of harassing the law intern came up he had ceased to be a part of the university f ...
(Human Rights/ RIGHTS GROUP/ NHRC) Cabinet to decide on presidential reference today... New Delhi: The Cabinet is likely to take a decision on sending a presidential reference to remove former Supreme Court Judge A K Ganguly from the post of West Bengal Human Rights Commission chairman on Thursday. The Cabinet note prepared by the Ministry of Home Affairs is learnt to have cited three instances, including the allegation of sexual harassment by a law intern, which warrants his removal. The ministry has also included Attorney General G E Vahanvati’s opinion that a case is made out against the former judge, said officials. Besides the allegation of sexual misconduct, it is learnt that the Cabinet note also details a foreign trip and arbitration assignment undertaken by Ganguly without approval. West Bengal Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee in her letter has also raised these issues. Home Minister Sushil Kumar Shinde said, “The Home Ministry will place a note before the Cabinet tomorrow on Justice Ganguly. T ...
Cabinet has cleared the Presidential Reference for removal of Justice Ganguly as head of the West Bengal Human Rights Commission.
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