Court allows Pachauri to enter TERI offices

NEW DELHI, 22/12/2014:(File Photo) Dr. R K Pachauri, Chairman of Inter governmental Panel of Climate Change (IPCC), which was awarded Noble Peace Prize in 2007, Director General of The Energy and Resource Institute (TERI) near his office at India Habitat Centre, New Delhi, India.   | Photo Credit: Prashant Nakwe

TERI Director General R K Pachauri, accused of sexual harassment by a woman employee, was on Friday allowed by a Delhi court to enter his office premises except the head office here and a branch in Gurgaon.

Additional Sessions Judge Raj Kumar Tripathi allowed the plea to modify the earlier order restricting his entry into the offices of The Energy and Resources Institute (TERI).

The court had on March 21, granted anticipatory bail to Pachauri while imposing the conditions that he will join the probe as and when called and not enter the TERI office premises.

>The police had on Friday sought cancellation of the anticipatory bail to Pachauri, saying he was influencing witnesses and misusing the liberty of bail, a charge denied him.

Pachauri's sexual harassment case

>R.K. Pachauri steps down as IPCC chair

A spokesperson for Dr Pachauri issued a statement that he has informed the IPCC that he has resigned from his position.

>Activists demand Pachauri’s resignation from TERI

Social activists said the accused should set “an example of exemplary conduct” by immediately resigning from the post.

>Pachauri to "provide full cooperation in ongoing investigations"

The 75-year-old Pachauri said he was “committed to providing all assistance and cooperation to the authorities in their ongoing investigations."

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