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MP HC asks its staff to come ‘soberly dressed’ to office

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Jabalpur (MP): Madhya Pradesh High Court has directed its staffers to stop wearing jeans, T-shirts and dark attires during office hours and warned them of action if the order was not followed.

“The officers and employees working in various departments (of high court) are ordered to come soberly dressed in the office,” says the order issued by the MP High Court Registrar General Ved Prakash last week.

It warns the officers and employees of action if they failed to comply with the order.

The order is applicable to employees of MP High Court benches at Indore and Gwalior as well.

“It is generally seen that the employees come to office wearing colorful attires,” the order said.

The staff working in the courtrooms, including private secretary, personal assistant, stenographers and readers have been instructed to come wearing black pant, white shirt, black coat and tie as per the order.

“The order has been issued to ensure that the staffers come to their offices for work in sober dress and a code is followed,” an officer of MP High Court Registry said.