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Justice Ganguly's decision to quit came close on the heels of the Union Cabinet approving a proposal for sending a Presidential reference to the Supreme Court on the issue, which was seen as a step towards his removal as WBHRC chairman.
As per norms, there should be three members in the WBHRC -- two judicial members and one appointed member.
The two used to enjoy cordial relations but fell out when Ganguly, as chairman of WBHRC, made decisions seen as being against Banarjee's government.
Citing some of his recommendations as the WBHRC chairman, Justice Ganguly said he only obeyed ethics and moral responsibility attached with the post.
Vahanvati who informed that Justice Ganguly can be removed from his position of chairman of WBHRC considering that there is proof of his guilt," said a senior bureaucrat of the law ministry.
Ganguly resigned from the West Bengal Human Rights Commission (WBHRC) on Monday.
It was a closed- door meeting between the Governor and Justice Ganguly." Pressure Justice Ganguly had been facing mounting pressure to put in his papers as WBHRC chief since the law intern accused him of sexual harassment.
( ANI ): Commenting on the resignation of former Supreme Court Judge Justice A.K Ganguly who has been accused of sexually harassing a law intern from the West Bengal Human Rights Commission (WBHRC) former Attorney General Soli Sorabjee said that Ganguly and his family might have been under pressure.
Recently, the West Bengal Human Rights Commission (WBHRC) had sought a report from the state home secretary on whether there games can be blocked using the provisions of the Information Technology Act (2000).
Ganguly is likely to resign as the chairman of the West Bengal Human Rights Commission ( WBHRC).
Her statement came a day after the West Bengal Human Rights Commission (WBHRC) found the state police guilty of harassing Jadavpur University professor Ambikesh Mahapatra and his neighbour Subrata Sengupta.
New Delhi/Kolkata, Jan.6 ( ANI ): Former Supreme Court judge, Justice A.K.Ganguly, is reported to have decided to resign as the chairman of the West Bengal Human Rights Commission (WBHRC), even as the Supreme Court on Monday rejected a public interest litigation (PIL) to restrain the government from taking any action against the former, media reports said.
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