The former minister and veteran journalist said doubts will always linger that the three members of the committee were shielding the CJI which will corrode the credibility.
The complainant has alleged lack of transparency in the functioning of the inquiry panel and said that it will be a 'violation of the principles of natural justice' if a copy is not provided.
The three-member committee, which completed its task in 14 days, proceeded ex-parte as the woman had opted out of the inquiry on April 30 after participating for three days.
The woman allegedly defrauded one Naveen Kumar of Rs 50,000 by promising him a job at the apex court.
The National Green Tribunal (NGT) Bar Association also condemned the allegations and said it was an attempt to target top Indian judiciary and the entire bar stood in support of the CJI.
A three-judge bench headed by Justice Gogoi was constituted after a sworn affidavit by the woman copies of which were sent to the residences of 22 SC judges became public on Saturday.