Menial jobs below the dignity of trained, uniformed security personnel: Madras High Court on orderly system

Justice SM Subramaniam directed the Union Home Ministry to act against officers found making constables or other staff perform personal work at their homes or elsewhere.
Justice SM Subramaniam
Justice SM Subramaniam

The Madras High Court recently directed the Union Ministry of Home Affairs to take strict action against all "higher officials" who continue to practice the colonial orderly system, by which constables or other junior security personnel are made to perform menial jobs at their homes or elsewhere [M Muthu v The Union of India].

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