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Division Bench of Justices Tarlok Singh Chauhan and Ajay Mohan Goel of the Himachal Pradesh High Court has said that every litigant should appear appropriately, especially government officials appearing before it.
The Court described it as “appalling” that the official, a Junior Engineer, discharged her official duties clad in similar attire.
“We notice that respondent No.6, who has appeared in person and is a Junior Engineer is not appropriately dressed. She is wearing a multi-coloured check shirt and jeans. What is more appalling is when she informed the Court that she even discharges her official duties wearing only these kinds of dresses.”
The Court stated in its order that Judges and Magistrates play a pivotal role in the dispensation of justice, hence they wear a specific dress prescribed by the High Court so as to maintain the dignity of the court. The Court went on to note that the same should be applicable to litigants who appear in Court.
“This dress is worn compulsorily in order to maintain the dignity and decorum of the Court and, therefore, we see no reason why any litigant, more particularly, Government officers and officials should be improperly or inappropriately dressed while appearing before court.