Mamata on her Facebook wall posted, "Today I have already addressed a letter to the Hon'ble President of India for taking appropriate action urgently for the grave misconduct committed by Retd Justice A K Ganguly."
"Strong action is essential at this moment to enable people to repose trust and faith to the sanctity of the high office he holds," she added.
Ganguly has been found guilty of committing an act of unwelcome behaviour
Mamata's strong reaction against Justice Ganguly surfaced at the moment when the SC panel indicted him in the case. The three-judge committee of the Supreme Court, who probed the allegations against Ganguly by one law intern, said that the accused has been found guilty of committing an "act of unwelcome behaviour" and "conduct of sexual nature" towards the woman law intern.
However, the panel surprised all after closing further proceedings. The panel members said that they can do little against a retired judge.
The panel does not even recommend action against Justice Ganguly because it believes that the intern in question who has complained against Justice Ganguly was not on the rolls of the SC and even Justice Ganguly on the date of the incident was not a judge of the apex court.
Meanwhile, Delhi Police sought appointment from the law intern who accused Justice Ganguly of sexually assaulting her inside a hotel in the national capital. The complainant, in her blog, wrote that the incident allegedly had taken place at a time when the nation was protesting against Dec 16 gangrape case in Delhi.