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UP Decide Desires Permission To ‘Finish Life’ Right now, Chief Justice Seeks Report

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DY Chandrachud has sought a standing report on sexual allegations

New Delhi:

Chief Justice DY Chandrachud has sought a standing report from the Allahabad Excessive Courtroom administration after an open letter – purportedly written by a girl decide in Uttar Pradesh’s Banda alleging sexual harassment by a senior – went viral on social media.

Within the letter addressed to the Chief Justice, the lady decide sought permission to die by suicide following the alleged harassment by a district decide and his associates throughout her earlier posting in Barabanki.

The girl alleged that the district decide had requested her to fulfill him at evening. “I’ve been sexually harassed to the very restrict. I’ve been handled like utter rubbish. I really feel like an undesirable insect,” she stated within the letter which has gone viral on social media.

She stated a probe was ordered into her allegations after she filed a grievance with the Inner Complaints Committee of the Excessive Courtroom in July 2023 – which she referred to as a “farce and a sham”.

“The witnesses within the enquiry are rapid Subordinates of the District Decide. How the Committee expects the Witnesses to depose in opposition to their Boss is past my understanding,” she wrote.

She stated that she had requested the switch of the decide in the course of the pendency of the inquiry to make sure a good investigation, however her petition was dismissed by the Supreme Courtroom in “simply eight seconds.”

“All I requested was that the District Decide be Transferred in the course of the pendency of the Enquiry. The naked minimal prayer was not heeded to,” the letter stated.

“I’ve no will to dwell anymore. I’ve been rendered to a Strolling Corpse within the final 12 months and a half. There is no such thing as a objective in carrying this soulless and lifeless physique round anymore. There is no such thing as a objective left in my life,” the two-page letter stated.

“Kindly allow me to finish my life in a dignified means. Let my life be: DISMISSED,” she stated. 

After the letter went viral, Supreme Courtroom’s Secretary Basic Atul M Kurhekar, on the directions of the Chief Justice, wrote to the registrar common of the Allahabad Excessive Courtroom, asking for the standing of the proceedings.

In response, he was informed that the appearing Chief Justice of the Excessive Courtroom has additionally taken cognizance of the open letter, officers stated.

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