Madras HC tells judicial officers to refuse gifts from '3rd parties' - Chennai News
by IANS | Updated Jan 13, 2023
Noting that some judicial officers have been accepting gifts from 'third parties' during festive seasons, the Registrar General of the Madras High Court in a circular dated January 11, opined that such acts bring disrepute to the entire judiciary.
Judicial officers comprise district judges and subordinate judges, including civil judges and magistrates.
The circular comes ahead of the Pongal festival, which is celebrated grandly in the two Tamil-speaking regions.
The Madras High Court reopens after the Pongal holidays which lasts a week, on January 19.
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