The Supreme Court on Tuesday ordered its Secretary General, who is the Court's administrative head, to file his reply within four weeks in a case relating to the enquiry mechanism into sexual harassment cases against judges [X vs Sec Gen Supreme Court of India and ors]..A Bench of Justices Sanjay Kishan Kaul, AS Oka and Vikram Nath directed the Secretary General to place his stand within 4 weeks, after Senior Counsel Indira Jaising highlighted that the Secretary General was yet to file an affidavit."Learned senior counsel further submits that she would like to file some additional material in view of lapse of time as to how processes have evolved and would like to have the stand of the Secretary General on record qua the practices. Let the petitioner file the same on record within four weeks," the Court directed..The Supreme Court was hearing a plea filed by a law intern accusing a former Supreme Court judge of sexual harassment. The judge had obtained a gag order against the media from the Delhi High Court. During the hearing yesterday, the Bench removed the accused judge from the array of parties, since Jaising submitted that the relief now claimed was limited to the mechanism to deal with sexual harassment cases against judges."Learned counsel for the petitioner submits that respondent Nos.2 and 3 may be deleted from the array of parties as no relief is claimed against them. Ordered accordingly," the Court directed.It then proceeded to list the case on November 15 this year.