In an operation to enforce dress code in the army and enforce discipline, Military Police handed out 2,803 warnings to soldiers on Sunday at inspections conducted at 53 bus stops and central bus stations throughout the country.
Dubbed "Operation Get Dressed," statistics supplied by the army showed that the worst offenders appeared to be soldiers serving in the Central Command district, where military police handed out a total of 994 warnings.
Soldiers serving in the Southern Command were issued 855 warnings and 398 warnings were issued to soldiers serving in the Northern Command.
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