UNITY FOR STRUGGLE, AND STRUGGLE FOR UNITY - UNITED WE STAND DIVIDED WE FALL
34th All India Conference of All India RMS & MMS Employees union, Mailguards and Multi Tasking Staff Group’C’ was held from 13th to 16th December 2015 New Office Bearers elected for the next session. President Com. N.R.Malivya MTS Indore RMS ( Madhya Pradesh) Vice-President 1 Com. Tirath Prakash MTS Delhi Stg Division ( Delhi) Vice-President 2 Com. I.P.Shaik MTS RMS ‘L ‘ Division ( Maharastra) Vice-President 3 Com. M. Chick Lakshmana MTS Bangalore Stg Division ( Karnataka) General Secretary Com. P. Suresh MG Hyd Sorting Sorting ( Andhra Pradesh) Assistant General Secretaries. 1 Com. C.M.Ravindernath MTS RMS ‘CT’ Division ( Kerala) 2 Com. Goutam A More MTS Mumbai Sorting Division (Maharastara) 3 Com. G.Vijay Kumar MTS Hyderabad Sorting Division (Andhra Pradesh) 4 Com. Ashok Kumar Ghosh MTS Kolkata Airport Sorting ( West Bengal) 5 Com. Sanjay Dhar Dubey MTS RMS ‘A’ Division Varanasi (Uttar Pradesh) 6 Com. R.K.Pagi MTS RMS ‘W’ Division Vadadora ( Gujarat) 7 Com. R.Santhanam MTS Chennai Sorting Division ( Tamilnadu) 8 Com. T.Kannaiah MG RMS ‘TP’ Division Tirupathi ( Andhra Pradesh) 9 Com. SajibKumar Biswas MTS MMS Kolkata ( West Bengal) Treasurer Com. K.K.Sharma MTS Air Mail Division ( Delhi)
WE WILL NOT WITHDRAW OR DEFER OUR STRIKE MERELY ON ASSURANCES WE WANT RESULT.OUR STRIKE DECISION STANDS All General Secretaries / Circle / Divisional and Branch Secretaries are requested to make extensive preparations to Make One Day Strike on 23rd August-2017 a grand success

Sunday, November 27, 2011

LTC-Special Package for North-Eastern Region

Special Package for North-Eastern Region
The Ministry of Tourism, as a part of its promotional activities releases print, electronic, online and outdoor media campaigns to promote various tourism destinations and products of the country including the North East Region. Besides, North East specific media campaigns are launched to promote the entire North East Region. The Ministry of Tourism provides complimentary space to the North Eastern States in India pavilions set up at major international travel fairs & exhibitions. Further, In relaxation of CCS (LTC) Rules 1988, the Government has decided to permit Government servants to travel by air to North Eastern Region on LTC as follows:-
(i) Group A and Group B Central Government employees will be entitled to travel by Air from their place of posting or nearest airport to a city in the NER or nearest airport.
(ii) Other categories of employees will be entitled to travel by air to a city in the NER from Guwahati or Kolkata.
(iii) All Central Government employees will be allowed conversion of one block of Home Town LTC into LTC for destinations in NER.
(c): Every year 10% of the total plan allocation of the Ministry of Tourism is mandatorily earmarked for releasing funds to the States of the North East Region. This apart, following special dispensations are given to the North Eastern States:
(i) Under the scheme of product/infrastructure development of destinations/circuit, budget accommodation, restaurants, etc. are allowed to the States of North East Region, selected places of J&K and Eco Tourism projects only.
(ii) For organizing fairs & festivals 100% central financial assistance is allowed to the North Eastern States & the State of Jammu & Kashmir only.


This information was given by the Minister of State of Tourism, Shri Sultan Ahmed in a written reply in Lok Sabha today.
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Saturday, November 26, 2011

STEERING COMMITTEE PRESS STATEMENT AND MEMORANDUM TO PRIME MINISTER DEMANDING WITHDRAWAL OF PFRDA BILL

C/o AIRF, 4, State Entry Road, New Delhi – 110001

9868244035
PRESS STATEMENT
Thousands of State and Central government employees, Railway workers, Defence workers, BSNL, University and School teachers today participated in a massive March to Parliament against the PFRDA Bill and to submit a petition to the Prime Minister to which millions of employees have subscribed their signature. The rally was addressed by the leaders of various organizations of employees and several Members of Parliament.
A seven member delegation consisting of Coms. S K Vyas, (Convenor, Steering Committee) Shiv Gopal Mishra, (General Secretary, AIRF), KKN Kutty, (Secy. General, Confederation of Central Government Employees & Workers) S.N. Pathak, (President, AIDEF) P. Abhimanyu (General Secretary, BSNLEU) Rajendran (General Secretary, STFI) and Sukomal Sen (Sr. Vice President, AISGEF) met the Hon'ble Prime Minister today along with Com Basudeb Acharya, MP and Com. Tapan Sen, MP and General Secretary of CITU. The delegation appealed to the Prime Minister to reconsider the government's policy of privatisation of pension funds and withdraw the PFRDA bill which seeks to replace the existing defined benefit Pension Scheme of government employees. The concern and anxiety of the government employees over the financial security in the evening of their life was also brought to the notice of the Prime Minister.
The petition to the Prime minister elaborated the various reasons as to why the present bill will be neither in the interest of the employees nor will benefit the Government Exchequer (Copy enclosed).
The Hon'ble Prime Minister assured the delegation of the consideration of the petition and the feasibility of providing a guarantee for a minimum pension which the Standing Committee had recommended but unfortunately not found approval of the Cabinet. The Prime Minister informed the delegation that his Government would not do anything to harm the interest of the employees.
The rally was concluded at 2.30 PM. On behalf of the Steering Committee, Com. Vyas announced that the employees will organize two hour walk out on the next day the Parliament takes up the PFRDA Bill for consideration.
S.K.VYAS
Convener
STEERING COMMITTEE
OF GOVERNMENT EMPLOYEES ORGANISATIONS
ON PFRDA BILL.
13.C Feroze Shah Road
New Delhi. 110 001
Dated: 25th November, 2011
Phone: S.K.Vyas . Convenor: 91-98682 44035.
011-2338 2286. E mail. Confederation06@yahoo.co.in


To
The Hon'ble Prime Minister of India,
New Delhi 
Sub: Request for Scrapping of PFRDA Bill
Sir,
We submit this Petition to bring to your kind notice and through your good office to the attention of the Honorable Parliamentarians of our country certain aspects of the re-introduced PFRDA bill, which will have adverse impact on the exchequer in general and on the prevailing service conditions of the Civil Servants. We pray that our submissions in this regard may please be caused to be considered earnestly and the implication of the provisions of the bill critically analyzed and examined and take decision to kindly withdraw the Bill from the Parliament.
We submit the following for your critical and objective analysis of the Bill :
1. The concept of old age security for civil servant in the form of pension has a very ancient origin dating back as early as third century BC, the quantum being half of the wages on completion of forty years blemishless service to the king.
2. In the last century, one of the measures taken by the colonial rulers to attract talented personnel to the Royal service was the introduction of pension scheme for civil servants in 1920. The Royal commission through its various recommendations improved the scheme and the 1935 Government of India Act provided it statutory strength.
3. The land mark judgment of the Supreme Court in D .S. Nakara and others Vs. Union of India (AIR-1983-SC-130)(applicable to the Central and State Government employees, teachers, and all stake holders of pension system) conceptualized pension stating that pension is neither a bounty nor a grace bestowed by the sweet will of the employer, but a payment for the past services rendered. It was construed as a right step towards socio-economic justice and a concrete assurance to the effect that the employee in his old age is not left in the lurch.
4. The fifth Central Pay Commission which was set up by the GOI in 1993 to go into the wage structure and pension scheme of the Central Government employees referring to the Judgment of the Supreme Court cited, observed (Para 127.6) that"pension is the statutory, inalienable and legally enforceable right earned by the civil servant by the sweat of the brow and being so must be fixed, revised, modified and changed in the way not dissimilar to salary granted to serving employees."
5. The guiding principle adopted in determining of pay package of civil servants is to spread out the wage compensation over a long period of time whereby wages paid out during the work tenure is low in order to effect payment of pension on retirement. As such civil service pension is rightly termed as deferred wage. While in the organized private sector the employer is required to contribute equal share to the Provident Fund of the employees, the Government neither contributes to the Provident Fund of the civil servants nor takes any pension subscription from him.
6. In an unwarranted intervention in the Statutory defined benefit Pension system, the IMF in their work paper (WP/01/125,(2001) propounded the creation of a pension fund by eliciting subscription from the Wage earners at the earliest stage of their employment so as to fetch an annuity decent enough to sustain him at the old age. In fact it was a suggestion for a retrograde change over from the defined benefit pension scheme to a defined contributory system. While suggesting so, they have categorically stated that India does not suffer demographic pressure experienced by major countries, for India's population beyond the age of 60 was about 7% in 2004 which rose to 8.6% in 2010 and is estimated at 13.7% in 2030 and 20% in 2050.
7. The New contributory pension scheme enunciated by the Government of India and adopted by most of the State Governments is covered by the PRFDA bill. The bill inter alia, envisages a social security scheme for all who desire to have an annuity at his old age which is voluntary and not mandatory. However, in the case of Civil Servants, who are recruited to Government service after the prescribed cut -off date ( 1.1.2004 in GOI service) the scheme is mandatory in as much as the employee is bound to subscribe 10% of his emoluments to the Pension Fund and the Govt. being the employer would contributes equal amount. No employee is entitled to opt out of the scheme.
8. Despite the inability to bring in a valid enactment, the Central and all State Governments other than those of West Bengal, Kerala and Tripura through illegal executive orders decided to impose the contributory pension system arbitrarily on the Central and State Government employees .While the Govt. of India notification excluded the personnel in the armed forces and para-military establishments, the Governments of the Left ruled States of West Bengal, Kerala and Tripura consciously continued with the existing defined benefit pension system.
9. The PRFDA Bill stipulates that there will not be any explicit or implicit assurance of the benefit except market based guarantee. The subscriber is thus exposed to the following risks at the exit.
a) If there is a major market shock, the subscriber to the New Pension scheme may end with no ability to purchase an annuity.
b) Since annuity is and cannot be cost indexed, the real worth of the annuity might fall depending upon the inflationary pressure on the economy.
c) As per the scheme, the subscriber is to make the choice of investment portfolio. The Civil Servant being mostly uninformed in finance and investment related matters, he might end up in making wrong choices which would eventually rob him of the old age pension.
d) The subscriber is perforce to contribute to the charges of the investment managers, whose priority often is as to how much profit they could make through investment of the huge corpus of pension fund in the volatile share market .
10. The pension fund created by the employees' subscription and the employers' contribution which directly flows from the exchequer ( which is nothing but tax revenue of the Govt.) is made available for the stock market operations which is not only unethical but also blatant diversion of public fund for private profit, both Foreign and Indian capitalists.
11. In the case of Civil Servants recruited after the cut-off date, the new scheme replaces the existing much better "defined benefit" pension scheme. In the process, the Government has created two classes of civil servants viz. the one with a defined benefit pension scheme and the other with the contributory pension scheme in which the employee is to part with 10% of his emoluments to become entitled for an old age social security subject to the vagaries of share market permits. Since in both the cases, the pay, allowances, perks, and other benefits, privileges, duties and responsibilities are the same it amounts to wanton discrimination of one against another which is not sustainable in law, rather violative of the existing constitutional provisions.
12. The wage structure presently designed for those who are recruited prior to the cut- off date and after is on the same premise and is depressed to enable the Govt. to meet the pension liability in future. By imposing the new contributory pension scheme on the employees who are recruited after the cut- off date the Govt. not only denies the statutory defined pension benefit to them but also compel them to contribute for earning an undefined annuity, which must be characterized as highly discriminatory.
13. Those who are covered by the contributory pension scheme will become entitled for an annuity, a portion of the accumulated contribution is able to purchase, basing upon the accretion to the fund from the investment. There is, however, no guaranteed minimum amount of pension for those who are covered by the new scheme, whereas the civil servants covered by the existing scheme do get a defined and guaranteed minimum pension and on his death his family members (wife, widowed and unmarred daughters and unemployed sons below the age of 25) become entitled for family pension. The discrimination factor is thus compounded.
14. The PFRDA Bill when enacted, it is rightly feared, will empower the Government to alter or even deny the present employees and pensioners the statutory defined pension benefit as has been done in the case of those who are appointed after the cut-off date.
15. It is stated that the prime objective of the introduction of the contributory pension scheme is to substantially reduce the outflow on account of pension liability. The major pension liability of Government is accounted for by Armed Defence personnel. They are however excluded from the purview of the contributory pension scheme. The personnel in the ParaMilitary forces are also excluded from the ambit of the new Scheme. While doing so, (no doubt to attract the people to serve in the armed forces for security of the Nation) the Govt. is bound to meet the pension liability from the consolidated fund of India. The argument advanced by the Govt. to cover the Civil Servants in the ambit of the new Pension scheme has been found to be unsustainable by the study commissioned by the 6thCPC. Shri S. Chidambaram, Actuary, in his report, (Annexure to "A study of Terminal benefit of Central Government employees by Dt. K. Gayatri, Centre for Economic Studies and policy, Institute for Social and Economic change, Nagarbhavi, Bangalore) has pointed out that the Government liability on account of contributory pension scheme would in effect increase for a period spanning for the next 34 years from the existing Rs. 14,284 Cr. To Rs. 57,088 Cr. ( 2004-2038) and is likely to taper off only from 2038 onwards. The exchequer is bound to have an increased outflow for the next 34 years and will be called upon to bear the actual pension liability of defence personnel and personnel of para military forces, besides making the contribution to the Pension fund of the Civil Servants recruited after the cut off date. The specious plea that the exchequer is bound to gain due to the contributory pension scheme is therefore not borne from facts.
16. Of the present pension liability of the Govt. of India, which in 2004-05 was 0.51% of the GDP, 0.26% is accounted for by the Defence( which is 50% of the total pension liability.) The study report of the Centre for Economic Studies has concluded that the pension liability as a percentage to GDP which is just 0.5% presently is likely to decline given the growth rate of Indian economy.
17. Since most of the State Governments have chosen to switch over to "contributory pension scheme" , in fairness ( from the Study conducted by the Centre for Economic Studies and policy) it can be concluded that the pension liability of all the State Governments are bound to increase to three times of what it is today by 2038. 
18. The first version of the PFRDA Bill was placed before the Parliament by the NDA Government in 2003. The 6th CPC set up the Committee to go into the financial implication on account of the increasing number of pensioners and suggest alternative funding methodology in 2006. The said Committee came to the inescapable conclusion (report submitted in 2007) that "the existing systems of pension are increasingly becoming complicated after the introduction of the New Pension scheme" and warned that "caution has to be exercised in initiating any further reforms" In the light of the conclusion of the said study report which revealed the fact of serious escalation in the pension payment outflow, the rationale of the re-introduction of the PFRDA bill in 2011 covering the civil servants is incomprehensible. Undoubtedly, the Bill when enacted into law will through the existing pensioners to a financially insecure future and the existing workers to the vagaries of the stock market. We, therefore, earnestly pray to your good-self to bring back all the civil servants including teachers irrespective of the date of entry into Government service as also those irregularly appointed within the ambit of the existing statutory defined pension benefit scheme.
We may, in fine, quoting the concluding paragraph (Page 76 of the report of the Centre for Economic Studies and Policy – Institute for Social and Economic Change) of the Committee set up by the 6th CPC 
"Mainly given the fact that the future liability although may be large in terms of absolute size is not likely to last very long and does not constitute an alarmingly big share of the GDP which is also on the decline. It appears that pursuing the existing 'Pay as you go' to meet the liability will be an ideal solution."
appeal you, for the detailed reasons adduced in the foregoing paragraphs, that the new pension scheme enshrined in the PFRDA Bill may be withdrawn from the Parliament both in the interest of the Civil Servants and the exchequer.
With regards,

Friday, November 25, 2011

Revision of Interest rates in Post Office Savings Schemes with effect from 01-12-2011

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CENTRAL JCA MEETING

An urgent meeting of the Central JCA will be held on 03.12.2011 (3rdDecember 2011) Saturday at 11 AM at NFPE office, North Avenue, New Delhi to decide future course of action on pending demands.

ALL INDIA STUDY CAMP AT ALLAHABAD - DETAILED PROGRAMME

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March to Parliament against PFRDA bill

A mammoth march to Parliament took place today the 25.11.2011, against the Pension Fund Regulatory and Development Authority (PFRDA) Bill. Tens of thousands of workers belonging to the Railways, Defence, Income Tax, Audit, BSNL,Postal and State Governments as well as teachers who had come from various states participated in the impressive rally Postal  employees participated in this rally in large numbers. They had come to the rally from the
Circles of UP Haryana, Rajasthan, Punjab, Assam, , West Bengal and Madhya Pradesh.
Tamilnadu, Andhra Pradesh, Bihar,Jharkhand and kerala etc.
The meeting was addressed by Com. Basudev Acharya, MP, Com. Tapan Sen, MP, Com. Sukomal Sen (AISGEF), Com. Shiv Gopal Mishra (AIRF) Coms. S.K. Vyas and Com. K.K.N. Kutty (Confederation), Com. P. Abhimanyu (BSNLEU), Com. Pathak (AIDEF), Com. K. Rajendran (STFI) Com. M.Krishnan SG (NFPE) and many others. The side show are the views of the rally.

Saturday, November 19, 2011

Framing of Recruitment Rules in respect of Postal Assistants/Sorting Assistants in Department of Posts

Framing of Recruitment Rules in respect of Postal Assistants/Sorting Assistants in Department of Posts. The Gramin Dak Sevaks, these shall be filled by direct recruitment from amongst other open market candidates of the same year, fulfilling the age and qualification conditions.


The Gramin Dak Sevaks should have obtained at least 50% marks in 10+2 Standard or 12th class with English as a Compulsory subject. And have put in a minimum service of five years;


They should be within 30 years of age (35 years for those belonging to Scheduled Castes/ Scheduled Tribes and 33 years for other Backward Classes).



No. 37-47/2010-SPB-I
Government of IndiaMinistry of Communications & IT
Department of PostsDak Bhawan, New Delhi-110001


Dated;18.11.2011
All Chief Postmaster General
Postmaster General
The Director, PSCI, Ghaziabad


Subject; Framing of Recruitment Rules in respect of Postal Assistants/Sorting Assistants in Department of Posts.
Sir/Madam,
I am directed to forward herewith a copy of revised Recruitment Rules dated 3.11.2011 for the Posts of Postal Assistants/Sorting Assistants in Department of Posts notified in the Gazette of India, Extraordinary, Part-II Section 3, Sub-section (i) dated 3.11.2011.
It is requested that the provisions of Recruitment Rules may be brought to the notice of all concerned.


Yours faithfully,
Sd/-
(Alka Tewari)
Assistant Director General (SPN)

Tuesday, November 15, 2011

Streamlining of Procedure for diposal of Medical Reimbursement Claims (MRCs) in CGHS

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Grant of Hard Area Allowance to the Central Government employees posted n the Islands of UT of Lakshadweep other than Kavarati & Agati

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clarification on application of the dopt’s OM no.7/7/2008-C.S.I(stepping up of pay)

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EMPANELMENT OF LOCAL CHEMISTS FOR SUPPLY OF HOMOEOPATHIC MEDICINE FOR DELHI.

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Assurance given in reply to Lok Sabha Unstarred Question No.1654 answered on 10.08.2011 regarding Rotational Transfer Policy – Details of incumbency in all the grade of CSS.

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Minutes of the meeting taken by Member(Operations) with Staff Side representing NFPE and FNPO, on 14.11.2011

As a protest against closure of F-28 and L-26 sections in Maharashtra circle with effect from 31.10.2011, the staff of RMS in the circle remained on strike till 09.11.2011. As a fall out of the above, the unions representing NFPE and FNPO gave a notice of observing hunger fast in front of Dak Bhawan on 15 and 16th November, 2011. On receipt of the above notice, it was decided to discuss the matter with the staff side in the forenoon of 14.11.2011.
2. The meeting took place as per schedule in the chamber of Member (Operations) which was attended by the following:-
S.No
Official Side
Staff Side
1
Member (Opertaions)
Shri R.N. Parashar, Asst. Secretary General, NFPE
2
CGM(Mail Business)
Shri Giri Raj Singh, General Secretary, All IndiaRMS and MMS Union Group-C
3
Director (Mail Management)
Shri P. Suresh, General Secretary, All India RMS and MMS Union and MTS Staff
4
Director(SR)
Shri Devender Kumar, Circle Secretary, National Union RMS and MMS Union, Group-C
The meeting started with Member (Operations) welcoming the staff side, thereafter the staff side raised the issues of : (i) restoration of F-28 and L-26 Sections; (ii) regularisation of period of strike by granting leave; (iii) withdrawal of application of FR-17A in case of employees absenting during that period; (iv) Withdrawal of notices issued in terms of Temporary Govt. Service Rules; and (v) placement of Staff dislocated by closure of sections, as per choice stations given by them;
3. The above issues were examined in details based on which the following decisions were taken.
Restoration of F-28 and L-26 Sections was ruled out especially in view of the closure already having taken place and surrender of premises to the Railways. Regarding regularisation of strike period, the staff side was apprised that in such a case, the principle of no work, no pay applies, which is in the form of direction of the Cabinet and any deviation in the matter lies within the competence of the Cabinet only. However the staff side was assured that in future, before taking any decision in regard to closure of sections, staff side would be consulted and the Circle Office referring a proposal to this office would be required to indicate the process of consultation with staff representatives. As regards break-in service envisaged under FR – 17A, Departmental instructions inter alia provide for applicability of the aforesaid rules only in case of employees who are involved in incitement, violence/sabotage etc. In the instant case, no such incident has been reported. However the Circle office may be advised to consider these cases as per the standing instructions of the Department. The Circle office has already agreed to withdraw notices issued under Temporary Govt. Service Rules. Member (Operations) assured the Staff side against victimization of the officials as also placement of the dislocated staff if any as far as possible, to the nearest office, for which they will be required to give their request.
The meeting ended with a vote of thanks to the Chair.


Monday, November 14, 2011

HUNGER FAST BY JCA LEADERS DEFERRED

A meeting of JCA leaders i.e. R.N. Parashar, Asstt. Secretary General, NFPE, Giri Raj Singh ,General Secretary ,R-III (NFPE), P.Suresh, General Secretary R-IV(NFPE). and Devendra Kumar , Asstt.General Secretary, R-III (FNPO) was held with Member (O) Sri Santosh Gauriyar regarding the Maharashtra RMS and MMS Strike. He has given positive assurances as there will be No victimization, No break inservice, No dislocation of staff etc. He has further assured that no RMS Office or Section will be abolished without consultation of Staff Side. Keeping in view the assurances given by the Member (O) the Central JCA met and decided to defer the proposed hunger fast from 15th to 16th November, 2011. Accordingly the programme of demonstration by the Circle Unions in front of Circle offices also stands deferred.


Decisions on the recommendations of the committee for comprehensive review of national small savings fund (nssf).

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Friday, November 11, 2011

CONFEDERATION NATIONAL COUNCIL MEETS AT KOCHI KERALA

CONFEDERATION OF CENTRAL GOVERNMENT  EMPLOYEES AND WORKERS.
Chq: Manishinath Bhawan A2/95 Rajouri Garden  New Delhi. 100 027.
Website:confederationhq.blogspot.com  E mail. Confederation06@yahoo.co.in.

Dated: 10th November, 2011
N O T I C E
Notice is hereby given for a meeting of the National Council of the Confederation of Central Government Employees & Workers, on 16th December, 2011 at KOCHI (Ernakulam – Kerala) The meeting will commence at 10.00 a.m. and will continue till the agenda items are discussed and concluded. The following is the agenda for discussion at the meeting.
1. Review of the 25th November, March to Parliament progfamme and the signature campaign against the PFRDA Bill.
2. Finalization of future action programme to realize the charter of demands.
3. Review of progress in the matter of formation of District and State Committees.
4. Other organizational issues with special reference to payment of subscription and the venue for the next triennial conference.
5. Participation in the common T.U Programmes chalked out by the joint platform of trade unions
6. Continuing impasse in the settlement of issues slated for discussion at the National Anomaly Committee.
7. Any other matter with the permission of the Chair.


K.K.N.Kutty
Secretary General.
To
All National Council Members. Please make it convenient to attend the meeting. Another communication will follow from the Kerala state Committee about the arrangements made for the conduct of the meeting, boarding, lodging etc. However, all N.C members are requested to kindly book the ticket in advance to and fro as there would be terrific rush in connection with the Sabarimala pilgrimage.

MAHARASTRA CIRCLE STRIKE HAS BEEN CALLED OFF./ CENTRAL JCA PROGRAMME

No. JCA/MAH/RMS STRIKE/NOV/2011 Dated 11-11-11

To
Secretary
Department of Posts,
Dak Bhawan, New Delhi-110116

Madam,
                               Subject:- Maharastra RMS & MMS Circle Strike.
On 9-11-11 Maharastra Circle Secretaries met CPMG and discussed the subject under reference as per directions of Directorate. Unfortunately the CPMG Maharastra Circle did not agree to restore the sections and refused to pay the salary for the dislocation period. How ever the Maharastra Circle Secretaries restored the normalicy.

The administration has failed to honour the commitment given to the staff side. Inview of the above we have decided to go on hunger fast from 15th to 16th November, 2011 as mark of Token protest in front of Directorate.
We once again demand the administration to take immediate action to restore the abolished sections so that normalcy can be restored in the postal services.


This is for your information and necessary action.


Yours Faithfully
( D.Theagrajan) SG FNPO & GS R-3                                       (R.N.Parashar) AGS NFPE


(Giri Raj Singh) GS R3 NFPE                                                    (P.Suresh) GS R4 NFPE


(Narender Kumar) AGS R4 FNPO                                            (S.S.Mahadevaiah) GS AIPEDEU






No. JCA/MAH/RMS STRIKE/NOV/2011 Dated 9-11-11
To
Secretary
Department of Posts,
Dak Bhawan, New Delhi-110116


                                                    Subject:- Maharastra RMS & MMS Circle Strike.
Madam,


Kindly rcall our discussion on the subject held with you yesterday and today. Based on th assurance given by you, we have directed our Circle Secretaies to meet CPMG Maharastra Cicle to dya at 4. P.M. The Central JCA hope and trust, you would havecommunicated instructions to CPMG Maharsatra to restoe the Sections which were abolished. As assured by you there will be no victimization on striking employees.


We assure on behalf of JCA Maharastra that the pnding work will be cleared without claiming OTA and request you treat the period of absence as eligible leave.


Anticipating your favourable response.


Yours Faithfully
1. D.Theagrajan SG FNPO                                         2 R.N.Parashar AGS NFPE


2. D.K.Rahate President NFPE                                  4. Giri Raj Singh GS R3 NFPE


5. P.Suresh GS R4 NFPE                                           6. Narender Kumar AGS R4 FNPO


7. (S.S.Mahadevaiah) GS AIPEDEU

REVISION OF PPO OF PRE-1996 FAMILY PENSIONERS

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Thursday, November 3, 2011

ENTIRE RMS EMPLOYEES OF MAHARASHTRA CIRCLE ON INDEFINITE STRIKE FROM 31.10.2011 EXTEND SOLIDARITY SUPPORT BY ORGANIZING DEMONSTRATION AT ALL WORK PLACES.

Entire RMS Employees of Maharashtra Circle have gone on indefinite strike from 31.10.2011 against arbitrary, unjustified and unilateral abolition of RMS Sections i.e.L-26 , F-28 and Dadar RMS office by the CPMG Maharashtra.
Strike started at Mumbai and continued for 2 days and when administration took adamant attitude, JCA decided to extend the strike throughout the circle
 First round discussion of RMS Unions took place with CPMG Maharashtra on 02.11.2011 but failed due to adamancy of CPMG Maharashtra.
All Branch/Divisional and Circle Secretaries are requested to extend solidarity support by organizing demonstration at all work places and send emails/Fax Messages to Secretary Department of Posts requesting intervention and restoration of abolished RMS sections and Dadar RMS Office.
JCA calls upon the employees to be ready for trade union action at All India level if situation warrants.

SUPPORT MAHARASTRA STRIKE

RMS STAFF OF MAHARASTRA CIRCLE HAS GONE ON INDEFINITE STRIKE W.E.F. 31-10-2011 AGAINST THE ARBITRARY , UNJUSTIFIED AND UNILATERAL DECISION OF CPMG MAHARASTRA CIRCLE TO ABOLISH F-28 AND L-26 SECTIONS.
ALL THE CIRCLE SECRETARIES ARE REQUESTED TO SHOW SOLIDARITY WITH THE STRIKING STAFF BY HOLDING DEMONSTRATIONS, SENDING E-MAIL/FAX/TELEGRAMS TO SECRETARY POSTS AND CPMG MAHARASTRA TO WITHDRAW THE ABOLITION ORDERS

COMMENTS ON TRANSFER POLICY , 2011 FOR OFFICERS OF INDIAN POSTAL SERVICE , GROUP " A " - REG.

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RENAMING OF THE POSTAL STAFF COLLEGE INDIA .

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