In the statement issued on Friday night, he said he was 'physically well, but embarrassed' by the criticism of the ruling Awami League leaders over the verdict that repealed the 16th amendment they brought to the Constitution.
After the government announced his 'sick leave' earlier this month, the BNP alleged the government forced him to go on the leave for upholding the verdict that scrapped parliament's powers to sack top court judges on ground of incompetency and misconduct.
Denying the allegation, Law Minister Anisul Huq said the chief justice went on leave for health reasons and it had no connection with the verdict.
On Thursday, he said the government only followed Justice Sinha's wish in issuing the executive order on the leave, its extension and his going abroad.
But the statement which Justice Sinha handed to the reporters in front of his official residence at Hare Road before starting for the airport contradicts the law minister's claim.
He says in the statement typed in Bangla that he believes a quarter 'misinterpreted' the verdict to Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina, making her 'feel hurt' by him.
Justice Sinha says such deeds will be construed as government 'interference' in the apex court’s workings, which will 'do no good' to Bangladesh.
The statement on Supreme Court's pad has his signature in Bangla.