The woman, to whom he had made sexual advances more than 10 years ago, also slammed TERI for appointing Pachauri to a higher position, Executive Vice Chairman, two days ago.

Giving details of the case, her lawyer, Vrinda Grover, said that they had  first reported the complaint in February last year with police which did not do anything till date forcing her to come out in public with the charges.

"Pachauri would use the excuse of work assignments to repeatedly call me to his office room, even though there was no real work that he needed to discuss.

"This made me feel very uncomfortable and I used to try to dodge some meetings or ask my colleagues to go for the meetings", the woman said during a telephonic interview on newschannel.
When contacted, Pachauri's lawyer Ashish Dixit said he has not seen the second complaint and he cannot comment.

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