He further questions what all have been questioning till now-why has he been allowed to take his own decisions for punishment.
Expressing his disappointment, he said,"A section of the media is outraged that the police in Gujarat was protecting or allegedly keeping an eye on a young lady even with her and her family's consent. The Goa incident involving Tarun Tejpal and a young journalist is in a different league altogether. The victim's complaint makes out a clear case of rape. How can an offence of rape be compromised by an atonement that the guilty will not attend office for six months."
He further added,"that the organization should start an in-house inquiry, apart from the usual process."
Tarun Tejpal has been accused of sexually assaulting a junior journalist during the 'Think' festival in Goa. Chief Minister Goa Manohar Parrikar has already ordered a probe and the police may summon Tejpal for trial under criminal offences. Meanwhile, the victim has not yet filed an FIR., which activists say is crucial for the case.