Supreme Court Bans Entry of an Advocate’s Clerk Found Guilty of Sexual Harassment

The Supreme Court of India has restricted the entry of one Ashok Saini, the clerk of a lawyer, within the premises of the Supreme Court of India

After the Supreme Court’s Gender Sensitization and Internal Complaints Committee (GSICC) found him guilty of Sexual Harassment, the decision has been taken.

Saini has been forbidden from accessing the Supreme Court of India’s premises for three months, beginning July 1st, 2021 and ending September 30th, 2021.

It should be noted that the Supreme Court’s Gender Sensitization and Internal Complaints Committee (GSICC) received a complaint against him and, as a result, an inquiry was conducted under Regulations 11(1)(b) and (c) and 11(2)(a) of the Gender Sensitization and Sexual Harassment of Women at the Supreme Court of India (Prevention, Prohibition, and Redressal), Regulations, 2013.

Finally, the investigation concluded that he was guilty, leading to this decision.

According to the Supreme Court’s notification:

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