Act against civil servants who deny public service based on attire, govt told

Chan Kok Leong

Though government offices officially have no dress code for the public, certain departments have refused to allow people deemed inappropriately attired to enter the premises. – The Malaysian Insight file pic, May 20, 2022.

PUTRAJAYA must take action against public servants who refuse to serve people who do not adhere to dress codes, said Beruas MP Ngeh Koo Ham.

He said there is no law that allows the group to decide what must be worn by members of the public before rendering government services.

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