Sexual Harassment Victim Writes To PMO & VC Asking For Strict Action Against DU Professor

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The victim of sexual harassment by a Delhi University professor wrote to the Prime Ministers Office (PMO) and the Vice Chancellor of Delhi University, demanding justice after no strict actions was taken in this matter.

The victim in her letter stated that Delhi University’s Internal Complaints Committee got the report in May 2018 and even found the Professor guilty of sexual misconduct but still no actions were taken against him. She also alleged that she wasn’t informed about the newly formed committee by Vice Chancellor to look into her case.

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According to her multiple committees are being formed but there has been no action against the professor and six other members of the Chemistry Department.

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The woman also alleged that no relief was given to her under the section 9 of UGC regulations which deals with the sexual harassment cases at the workplace.The victim had applied for the post of Assistant Professor in the Chemistry Department.

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