Bijapur, June 11: Bijapur district collector KD Kunjam on Tuesday issued a new order for all the government staffs in the district collectorate, barring them from wearing T-shirts, jeans and bright-coloured clothes to the office. The new diktat comes after he observed that government employees were coming to office in casuals.
The new circular by the Bijapur DC states, as quoted by news agency ANI, "It has been observed that officers/employees of district administration are wearing T-shirts, jeans and bright-coloured clothes to the office. As per rules, government employees should wear decent clothes to the office." NEET 2019 UG Exam on May 5: NTA Issues Dress Code & Other Important Guidelines for Candidates
Adding more, the circular stated, "Even the Group-D employees are wearing their uniforms, though they are paid washing allowances by the government." Furthermore, it was said that all the officers and employees of the district administration will have to come to the office in decent formal clothes and the Group-D staff will wear their uniforms.
Here's the tweet:
Chhattisgarh: Collector of Bijapur district KD Kunjam has issued an order barring government employees from wearing T-shirts, jeans & bright-coloured clothes to office. The order says, "As per rules, government employees should wear decent clothes to office." pic.twitter.com/e529TkrX61
— ANI (@ANI) June 11, 2019
Threatening the government employees of appropriate actions, if the rules are not followed, the DC made it clear that he will not tolerate the indecent behaviour of government staff in the office.