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New Delhi, July 12 : The Union Home Ministry has cleared former Supreme Court Judge, Justice A.K. Ganguly of any wrongdoing in connection with a sexual assault case. Justice Ganguly had to resign from the post of Chairman of the West Bengal Human Rights Commission following an allegation made by a woman law intern against him. Also Read - State Board Exams 2021: Here's What Supreme Court Said on Class 12th Results, Assessment Criteria
Three Supreme Court Judges Committee indicted Justice Ganguly. The intern has refused to record her statement before the Police. Also Read - How Can It Play With Lives of Students? Supreme Court Questions Andhra Pradesh Over Holding Class 12 Exam
“There was no evidence against Justice Ganguly warranting his prosecution. The allegations pertain to the period after his retirement when the girl was no longer his intern,” said the Home Ministry in its order.