The Bombay high Court on Wednesday voiced its displeasure over journalists covering court proceedings attired in jeans and T-shirts, asking if it was “Bombay culture”.
The observation was made by Chief Justice Manjula Chellur and Justice G S Kulkarni when they were hearing a petition challenging doctors abstaining from work.
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On seeing a journalist from a national newspaper wearing jeans and T-shirt, the bench wanted to know if there was any dress code for them.
Justice Chellur pointed at him and asked whether it was part of “Bombay culture”. She then asked BMC counsel S S Pakale if there was a dress code for journalists. After Pakale responded in the negative, Justice Chellur wanted to know if wearing such attire to court was appreciated.
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