CAN ICC FORWARD SEXUAL HARASSMENT COMPLAINT TO THE POLICE WITHOUT THE CONSENT OF THE AGGRIEVED WOMAN?
Can ICC forward sexual harassment complaint to the police without the consent of the aggrieved woman?
→Under the POSH Act, 2013, the Internal Complaints Committee (ICC) cannot forward a complaint of sexual harassment to the police without the consent of the aggrieved woman.
→The ICC is responsible for investigating complaints of sexual harassment and making recommendations for appropriate action within the organization.
→The ICC may refer a complaint to the police when a settlement has been agreed upon between the parties, but the respondent has failed to comply with the settlement terms.
→It is important to respect the confidentiality and privacy of the aggrieved woman during the ICC's proceedings and to ensure that her consent is obtained before taking any further action.
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