Prohibit Lawyers From Appearing in Court Wearing Headgear, Writes Lawyer to CJ of Calcutta HC- Know More

A lawyer has written to Calcutta High Court Chief Justice Prakash Shrivastava, requesting administrative directives prohibiting lawyers from wearing headgear, veils, or other articles of faith in the High Court’s premises. According to Advocate Shakti Khaitan‘s letter, lawyers wearing headgear in court violates the Bar Council of India Rules (BCI Rules), which regulate a dress

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