Government employees and officials will not be able to come to Madhya Pradesh office wearing jeans and T-shirt

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Updated Sun, 02 Aug 2020 12:58 AM IST

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In Madhya Pradesh, there is a ban on all government employees and officers wearing commis-tshirts in their offices. Chief Minister Shivraj Singh Chauhan has given strict instructions to all the employees of the state to come to the office in formal clothes. He has said that if instructions are disregarded, employees should be prepared for disciplinary action.

Please tell that on July 20, a virtual meeting was held under the chairmanship of the Chief Minister. In this meeting, the forest magistrate of Mandsaur district was wearing Tshirt and the Chief Secretary and the Chief Secretary were very angry. During the meeting itself, the Chief Minister gave strict instructions to all officers and employees to come dressed in decent clothes. He also called for action against employees who did not follow the instructions.

Now after the displeasure of the Chief Minister and Chief Secretary, MB Ojha, Divisional Commissioner of Gwalior, has asked all his employees in their city to execute it. In the instructions given to all collectors and division level officers, he has said that according to the instructions of the government, all employees will have to do duty in the office only by wearing dignified and decent clothes. Otherwise disciplinary action will be taken.

In Madhya Pradesh, there is a ban on all government employees and officers wearing commis-tshirts in their offices. Chief Minister Shivraj Singh Chauhan has given strict instructions to all the employees of the state to come to the office in formal clothes. He has said that if instructions are disregarded, employees should be prepared for disciplinary action.

Please tell that on July 20, a virtual meeting was held under the chairmanship of the Chief Minister. In this meeting, the forest magistrate of Mandsaur district was wearing Tshirt and the Chief Secretary and the Chief Secretary were very angry. During the meeting itself, the Chief Minister gave strict instructions to all officers and employees to come dressed in decent clothes. He also called for action against employees who did not follow the instructions.

Now after the displeasure of the Chief Minister and Chief Secretary, MB Ojha, Divisional Commissioner of Gwalior, has asked all his employees in their city to execute it. In the instructions given to all collectors and division level officers, he has said that according to the instructions of the government, all employees will have to do duty in the office only by wearing dignified and decent clothes. Otherwise disciplinary action will be taken.

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