Why not treat them equally by the committee?This is in continuation of an old thread on CJI seeking justice.
The CJI has been declared Mr. Clean by the three judge committee.
It is an ex-parte decision.
The proceedings of committee report is kept confidential.
No one can see it and challenge it.
A copy of the report has been handed over to the accused (CJI)
No copy of the report is given to the complainant (the SC staff)
Now the complainant demands a copy of the report from the committee.
Many women organisations and lawyers support her demand.
While the accused can have a copy, why not the complainant? A question asked by the public.
Is she right? Has she the right to get it? What do you think?