Gujarat National Law University (GNLU), Gandhinagar on Thursday told the Gujarat High Court that it has reconstituted a fact-finding committee to probe allegations of rape of one student and harassment of another queer student [Suo Motu PIL v. Gujarat National Law University]. .Advocate General Kamal Trivedi informed the Bench of Chief Justice Sunita Agarwal and Justice Aniruddha Mayee that GNLU has also reconstituted its Internal Complaints Committee (ICC). "Pursuant to the previous hearing, a new fact-finding committee has been formed. The institution has created awareness about this committee among students and an appeal is made for students to come forward and voice their complaints," Trivedi told the judges. As far as the ICC is concerned, the numbers and addresses of the members have been made public to encourage students to lodge their complaints directly to the members. .After taking the submission on record, the Court said,"We take note of the fact that the institution has reconstituted the fact-finding committee and also the ICC. Steps are taken to sensitise the institution on gender issues and a zero tolerance policy has been adopted. The institution has further said it will do everything possible to ensure there is no violation of any individual's liberty of privacy."The matter was adjourned to the third week of December..The Court was hearing a suo motu PIL which was initiated by a Bench led by Justice AS Supehia on September 25. The allegations of rape levelled by a female student against her batchmate and the sexual harassment complaint of a queer student were initially reported anonymously on an Instagram page. These allegations were reported by the Ahmedabad Mirror on September 22.