"I will defend myself in the Lok Sabha, but if the motion is adopted there also, I will move the Supreme Court," Sen told PTI here.
Asked whether he would consider resigning, Sen said, "There is no question of resigning because I have not committed any wrong as alleged. This has also been held by a division bench of Calcutta High Court upon proper appreciation of facts and law."
"I was granted only one and half hours in which I could not place before the House most of the facts," Sen said.
The judge said that he could not show documents to prove his innocence as there were thousands of pages which needed threadbare analysis.
"The motion was discussed in my absence and I did not get a chance of rebuttal," Sen, who presented his case before the House on Wednesday, said.
The Rajya Sabha approved the impeachment motion against Justice Sen with 189 members of the 206 present in the 245-member House voting in favour, recording well over two-third majority required for such a move.
The impeachment saw members of all parties, except BSP, holding Sen guilty of misappropriating Rs 33.23 lakh in a 1983 case.