"This penalty, in my view, would not only allow him to redeem himself but also would operate as a deterrent against him," reads the circular issued by SC registrar Rachna Gupta, quoting the CJI's order of March 15. The complainant works as a junior assistant with a female colleague and has been practicing for over three years now. In her complaint to GSICC given two months ago, the woman alleged Nagesh used to send her vulgar messages on her mobile phone. He continued with his acts despite her resistance, the inquiry had found. In its annual report on January 31, the GSICC had said the committee had received two complaints from two women lawyers since its inception. It hadn't disclosed the names of the alleged offenders. The GSICC has six other female members. There are two members who are not a part of the SC administration.