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Saturday, June 04, 2016

NFPE writes to Secy(Posts) on Cadre Restructuring in Department of Posts



National Federation of Postal Employees
1st Floor North Avenue Post Office Building, New Delhi-110001
Phone: 011.23092771                       Mob :9868819295/9810853981                e-mail: nfpehq@gmail.co:     website:http://www.nfpe.blogspot.com

No. PF-Cadre Restructuring/2016                                             Dated: 03rd June, 2016

To
            The Secretary,
            Department of Posts,
            Dak Bhawan,
            New Delhi-110 001

Sub: Cadre Restructuring in Department of Posts.

Respected Sir,
            I would like to convey my sincere thanks to the Department of Posts for issuing orders of Cadre Restructuring for PA Cadre in Department of Posts vide No.25-04/2012-PE- dated 27th May, 2016.

            In this connection I would like to draw your kind attention towards the agreement signed  between Postal Administration and Staff Side consisting NFPE and FNPO  under which it was assured  that the same will  be implemented  for all cadres in Department of Posts that i.e. RMS, R-III & R-IV, Mailguard, Mail Men, MMS, Postman, PA CO , PA SBCO , Postal Accounts  and Postmaster Cadre.

            But it is surprising that this has been implemented for Postal Assistant Cadre only in isolation which has created resentment and agitation in the minds of other sections of Department of Posts.

            It is therefore  requested  to kindly bestow your personal attention in this  matter  and  cause appropriate action  to get the  Cadre Restructuring  proposal implemented in all other Cadres  of the Department of Posts  as mentioned  above  as early as possible.

            An early action is highly solicited.
            With regards
Yours faithfully,

(R.N. Parashar)
Secretary General
Copy to : All General secretaries of NFPE Unions
 

Monday, September 01, 2014

OUR SECRETARY GENERAL COM. M. KRISHNAN RETIRES


THE LEGEND RETIRES
"You can be taken out of the workforce officially, but the work force can never be taken out of you ". 
"You will be remembered ever, for the things that you did here. We are confident your services will be in the extended platform for the cause of common workers and downtrodden and this is the beginning of another leaf "....
CHQ R4 NFPE  TEAM CONGRATULATES ON YOUR RETIREMENT AND WISHING A LONG, HEALTHY, PROSPEROUS LIFE FOR YOU ON THE DAYS TO COME

Thursday, July 17, 2014

STAFF SIDE, NATIONAL COUNCIL, JCM SUBMITS MEMORANDUM TO 7 CPC

CHQ CIRCULAR
 No. R-III/Circular-12/2014                                                  Dated 14-07-2014
To
          All Circle Secretaries, CWC Members,
Divisional Secretaries and Branch Secretaries.
Dear Comrades
STAFF SIDE, NATIONAL COUNCIL, JCM SUBMITS MEMORANDUM TO 7 CPC
On behalf of the entirety of the Central Government employees and Worker’s, the Staff Side in National Council of JCM submitted the memorandum on the pay scales and related issues to the 7th CPC on 30th June 2014. The Departmental level memorandum are to be submitted by the Associations/unions/Federations by 31st  July 2014.
The salient features of the Staff Side Memorandurri are;
• Replacement of PB-GP system by an open ended pay scale where in the starting pay is given with an annual increment rate of 5% is proposed.
• Date of effect should be 1.1.2014.
• The ratio between minimum (i.e. MTS) and Maximum (Secretary) is proposed as 1:8.
• The minimum Pay for MTS is Rs 26,000/- and maximum for Secretary is Rs 2,13,000/- and for cabinet secretary. R, 2,40,000/-
• Conversion factor of 3.7 is proposed for all i.e. 26000/7000
• Number of pay scales has been reduced to 14.
• Table 7.1 gives the new proposal on pay scales
• Table 7.2 gives the corresponding pay scales of the 6th CPC recommended Grade Pay.
• The benefit on promotion, should be two increments in the feeder cadre
• The existing formula of computation of DA and its payment with effect from 1st  January, and 1st  July, may continue.
• House Rent allowance:
X classified cities-60%;
Y dassified towns-40%;
Z classified/unclassified places-20%

• City Compensatory allowance






Sanction of Education Advances with an interest rate riot exceeding 5% for ihosc employees, whose children take up higher studies.
Overtime allowance:
Over time allowance should continue to the paid and calculated on the basis of actual pay, DA and Transport Allowance from time to time. The rate of Overtime Allowance should be re-fixed as and when the DA is increased and there shall be no ceiling on amount of overtime allowance which become payable
• Additional Monetary Incentive  for Personnel  Posted in N F Region:
“We request the 7 CPC to recommend that in the light of the O.M (F.No.14017/4/2005 AIS(11) dated 10-2-2009 the employees may be granted Special Duty Allowance @ 37½ % of pay.
• Other Allowances/ Advances
‘We suggest to the 7 CPC to recommend to increase the following allowances and advances, which are presently granted as a lump sum amount to three times in view of the fact that the revised Minimum wage computed is almost 3.7 time of the emoluments as on 1.1.2014.
Allowances
Conveyance Allowance
Risk Allowance
Project Allowance
Washing Allowance
Child Care Allowance
Cash Handling Allowance
All other allowances not listed above.
Advances
Natural Calamity Advance
Vehicle Advance
Personal Computer Advance
Uniform and Stitching Charges
All other Advances”
• Scheme for Appointment on Compassionate Ground
“We refer to the twenty third report on Government Policy of Appointments on Compassionate Grounds presented to the Rajya Sabha on 7th  September, 2007          ( laid on the table of the Lok Sabha on 7.9.2007) and request the Commission to recommend the following:
1. To remove the 5 % ceiling


Tuesday, April 01, 2014

LETTER OF AUTHORISATION OF SERVICE ASSOCIATION

 
No.13/01/2010-SR
Ministry of Communications IT.
Department of Posts
SR Section
Name of the Office
LETTER OF AUTHORISATION
To
..........................................................
...........................................................
Designation of Divisional Head
                   I.................................................................... (Name & Designation) being a member of................................................................................................  (Name of Service Association) hereby authorise deduction of monthly subscription of Rs..............per month from my salary starting from the   month of July 2014 payable on 31.07.2014 and authorise its payment to the above mentioned Service Association.
                 I hereby certify that I have not submitted authorisation in favour of any other service Association. If the above information is found incorrect, I fully understand that my authorisation for the Association becomes invalid.
                                                                                         Signature
Station:-                                                                          Name
Date:-                                                                              Designation
..........................................................................................................................................................
To be filled by the Association
                                      It is certified that Shri/Smt ........................................................................is
a member of.....................................................................................  (Name of the Service Association)
                                       It is further certified that the above authorisation has been signed by Shri/Smt.................................................................................................................in my presence
                                                                                            Signature..............................................................
                                                                                    Name (in Capital)............................................                                                                                            Of authorised office bearer...................................
Signature
Name (in capital)
Of the member

Tuesday, December 31, 2013

NFIR - Strike Ballot on pending demands-17th and 18th January, 2014.


NFIR
National Federation of Indian Raliwaymen
3, CHELMSFORD ROAD, NEW DELHI -110055
Affiliated to:
Indian National Trade Union Congress (INTUC)
International Transport Workers Federation (ITF)
No. II/95/Pt.V
Dated: 23/12/2013
The General Secretaries
of affiliated Unions of NFIR
Brother,

Sub: Strike Ballot on pending demands-17th and 18th January, 2014.
While enclosing copies resolutions passed in the 27th National Convention of NFIR, held at Visakhapatnam from December 10th to 12th, 2013, the affiliates are advised that as per resolution, strike ballot should be organised on 17th & 18th January 2014 on pending demands, for eliciting the opinion of Railway Employees.

While NFIR is despatching posters (English) on Strike Ballot in limited number, the affiliates should print and display strike ballot posters in different languages for generating awareness among the employees on pending demands. The issues listed in the resolution should be displayed through various means to enable the employees to peruse the demands and exercise their opinion through Strike Ballot on 17th & 18th January 2014.
The results of the strike ballot should he conveyed to NFIR promptly for reviewing the same for deciding further course of action. All relevant records pertaining to conduct of Strike Ballot should be preserved by the affiliates.
Yours fraternatly,
sd/-
(Raghavaiah)
General Secretary
NATIONAL FEDERATION OF INDIAN RAILWAYMEN
27th NATIONAL CONVENTION - VISHAKHAPATNAM
10-12th DECEMBER 2013

RESOLUTION-1

ABOLISH NOTIONAL SALARY CALCULATION CEILING FOR PAYMENT OF PRODUCTIVITY LINKED BONUS (PLB)
The Twenty Seventh Annual Convention of NFIR in session at Vishakhapatnam on 11th and 12th December 2013 takes note of NFIR’s consistent struggle since the year 1969 for introduction of the concept of Productivity Linked Bonus” (PLB) to Railwaymen.
Due to the persuasion, initiative and relentless struggle of NFIR, the Government had agreed for evolving the Scheme of PLB to the Railway employees in the year 1979 and consequently an agreement was reached between the Federations and the Railway Ministry for introduction of PLB Scheme in the Railways. The NFIR had from time to time pleaded for bringing positive changes in the scheme more particularly relating to salary eligibility limit and calculation ceiling limit. The continuous efforts of the NFIR has yielded satisfactory results, so much so, the Railway employees in all categories become entitled for Productivity Linked Bonus (PLB)  Rs. 3500/- p.m. (on the basis of number of days of wages). This revised calculation limit was given effect from 2006-07 onwards as approved by the Union Cabinet on 03/10/2008.
Though the railway employees are presently entitled for P.L. Bonus in terms of number of days wages subject to the calculation of the same  Rs.3500/- p.m., the National Convention strongly demands that the notional calculation system presently followed should be dispensed with and the Bonus paid on the actual wages of the employees.
The National Convention therefore, demands that the existing calculation ceiling for payment of PL Bonus should be reviewed to facilitate employees to receive their legitimate P.L. Bonus on the basis of actual wages drawn.
MERGE DA WITH PAY & GRANT INTERIM RELIEF
The revision of wage structure for Central Government employees had been undertaken by the successive Pay Commissions appointed by the Government of India during the past decades and gave their reports. These reports have been implemented by the Government with some modifications and improvements. However, anomalies and aberrations continue to persist. 
Previous Pay Commissions (3rd, 4th, 5th & 6th) have by and large covered the aspects of the principles of wage determination. But, however, the job contents, remuneration commensurating with the nature of duties and responsibilities have not been taken into consideration by the Pay Commissions while determining the revised pay structure, consequently the Railwaymen have been put to disadvantage.
The 5th CPC had recommended that the DA must be merged with pay and treated as pay for computing all allowances as and when the percentage of Dearness compensation exceeds 50%. Accordingly, even before the setting up of 6th CPC, the DA of 50% was merged with pay in the year 2004.
Presently, the Dearness Allowance is 90% of pay as on 01/07/2013 and is likely to touch/cross 100% of pay as on 01/01/2014. The recommendation for merger of DA to partially compensate the erosion in the real wages was first mooted by the Gadgil Committee in the post 2nd Pay Commission period. The 3rd CPC recommended such merger when the Cost of Living Index crosses over 272 points i.e. 72 points over and above the base index adopted for the pay revision. In other words, the recommendation of the 3rd CPC was to merge the DA when it crossed 36%. The Government in the National Council JCM at the time of negotiations had initially agreed to merge 60% DA. The 5th CPC had merged 98% of DA with Pay.
As the DA already stood at 90% of pay and further revision is due on 01/0112014 when DA is likely to touch/cross 100%, it is therefore necessary that the Government takes steps to merge 50% with pay for all purposes w.e.f.01/01/2011 for ensuring compensation to the erosion of the value of real wage of Government employee.
The 27th National Convention, therefore, urges upon the Government of India to consider the demand and accord sanction for merging DA component of 50% of pay with the Pay for all purposes with effect from 01-01-2011.
The National Convention also appeals to the Central Government to grant Interim Relief to the employees as well as retired employees to sustain in the light of continued price rise of various commodities.
3. VIIth CENTRAL PAY COMMISSION
In the NFIR’s Election Manifesto-2013, Federation has committed to the Railway employees that the NFIR shall struggle for achievement of 7th Central Pay Commission. After Secret Ballot Elections results declared on 2nd May 2013, the NFIR Working Committee met at New Delhi on 30th / 31st May 2013 and passed resolution for preparing Railway employees for launching indefinite strike if the demands, more importantly appointment of 7th CPC, are not redressed by the Government of India and the Ministry of Railways. The Charter of Demands along with NFIR’s communication was sent to Hon’ble Prime Minister of India, Finance Minister, Railway Minister, Labour Minister etc.
It is a matter of satisfaction that the pressure and consistent struggle since Feb 2013, launched by the NFIR and Railway employees on the Government, has yielded result, wherein the Government has made announcement on September 25. 2013 for constituting 7th Central Pay Commission.
The 27th National Convention now in session in Vishakhapatnam unanimously resolves to convey its thanks to the Hon’hle Prime Minister for his decision to set up 7th Central Pay Commission. The National Convention, however, demands inclusion of one of Secretary level Officers of Railway Ministry as member of 7th CPC which may facilitate realistic examination of the issues of Railway employees.The National Convention also appeals to the Government to include a Labour Representative as one of the Members of the Commission.
4. ENSURE TIME BOUND NEGOTIATIONS FOR SETTLEMENT OF PENDING ISSUES
The National Convention reviewed the labour situation vis-à-vis pending issues relating to Central Government employees including that of Rail Workforce. After lengthy deliberation's, the National Convention listed the issues placed below:
1. Guaranteed pension to those appointed on or after 01/01/2004.
2. Merger of DA with pay with retrospective effect.
3. Grant Interim Relief to Central Government employees (serving and retired).
4. Increase contribution to Group Insurance Scheme (GIS) for all Government employees.
5. Enhance Fixed Medical Allowance of Rs.300/- p.m. to not less than Rs.1000/- for all retired Government employees.
6. Extend special privileges and facilities for Women employees for their empowerment.
7. Productivity Linked Bonus (PLB) on actual wages without enforcing any ceiling.
8. Count Temporary status Casual Labour Service in full as qualifying service for retirement and other purposes.
9. Transport Allowance should be exempted from the purview of IncomeTax. 
10. Merge Technician-II with Technician-I with Grade Pay Rs.2800/- (PB-I) in Railways.
11. Revise entry grade pay of Station Masters as Rs.4200/- in PB-2.
12. Replacement of Grade Pay Rs.4600/- with Rs.4800/- (PB-2) w.e.f. 01/01/2006.
13. Allotment of entry Grade Pay of Rs.5400/- to the Group ‘B’ Gazetted staff.
14. Rectify anomalies of 6th CPC raised in the Departmental Anomaly Committee Meetings.
15. Grant pay fixation under Rule S13 (erstwhile FR 22C) for those promoted to the identical Grade Pay shouldering higher responsibilities.
16. Allotment of higher Grade Pay to the Loco Pilots and Guards.
17. Implement cadre restructuring of all left over categories immediately.
18. Extension of benefit of LARSGESS for all Safety categories of staff including TRD, Train Lighting, Bridge staff.
19. LARSGESS restrictions/adoptions of compassionate appointment procedure-past cases should be considered for appointment of wards and widening scope upto GP Rs. 4200/-.
20. Issues pending with the Ministry of Finance should be settled early in favour of railway employees.
21. Remove ban on filling up of vacancies of Ministerial staff in Railways.
22. Review of recruitment policy of erstwhile Gr ‘D’ post now in PB-I & GP Rs. 1800/- not meeting with the career advancement of the staff recruited.
23. Track patrolling-Support man provision-ensure mandatory requirement under safety.
24. Stop Out Sourcing, Contractorisation and Privatization.
25. Rectify MACPS anomalies.
26. Grant stepping up of pay of seniors where ever juniors drawing higher pay as a result of MACPS.
27. Grant Up-gradation of Apex Group ‘C’ posts to Group ‘B’ Gazetted-as per agreement.
28. Implement the report of Joint Committee for career growth of Track Maintainers in toto.
29. Abolish 12/- Hours duty in Railways — Introduce 8 hours duty roster for Running and Safety categories staff Classify Running Staff working high speed trains as “Intensive”.
30. Reduce Duty Hours of Nursing Staff thus honour Government’s decision.
31. Sufficient number of ticket checking staff posts need to be created for manning trains.
32. Revision of designations of various categories of staff need to be discussed and finalised.
33. Casual Labour/Substitutes acquired temporary status prior to 01/01/2004 should be covered under Liberalised Pension Scheme.
34. Grant Patient Care Allowance to all categories of staff working in the Railway Hospitals.
35. Implement norms for creation/sanction of new posts of SSE/JE (Signal), ESM, Helper (Signal) etc.
36. Negotiating foras of PNM at different levels and DC/JCM & NC/JCM to be made effective for resolving issues speedily.
37. Reduce duty hours of staff through realistic job analysis.
38. Amend Rules for providing employment to Wards of Employees.
39. Ensure Career improvement of Safaiwalis/Safaiwalas in Railways.
40. Provide quality Health care to employees, their families besides retired employees.
41. Fill vacancies of Doctors, Para Medical Staff and provide Super specialists in all Railway Hospitals.
42. Bring all Railway employees under Incentive Scheme in Workshops, PUs etc., wherever not covered.
43. Grant parity in Pay Structure for Stenographers in Railways at par with CSS/RBSS.
44. Training Allowance should be revised to 30% of pay in all Training Centres/Schools.
45. Rectify VIth CPC pay fixation of Loco Inspectors joined prior to 01/01/2006.
46. SPAD definition needs to he reviewed to prevent harassment and victimisation of Running Staff and safety category staff.
47. Make upward revision of Income Tax exemption limit in the case of running staff.
48. Running Rooms should be improved, air-conditioned and upgraded on priority.
49. Grant Project incentive allowance to the staff working in projects on Indian Railways.
50. Ensure creation of posts in safety/operational categories for manning new services and maintaining new assets without linking to matching surrender vis-à-vis automatic creation of posts on the basis of half yearly review.
51. Grant of Daily Allowance to Staff Car Drivers.
52. Absorb quasi administrative units/offices staff against posts in GP Rs.1800/- PB-I.
53. Enhance the rates of Patient Care Allowance and Hard Duty Allowance and also cover other Para-medical staff.
54. Provision of Hostel facility for single women railway employees at all ‘Divisional Headquarters.
55. Setting up of a multi-disciplinary training institute for imparting training in rail related electronic technologies for the wards of Railway Employees.
56. Extension of medical facilities to the dependent parents of railway employees.
57. Liberalize compassionate appointment provisions.
58. Allotment of Pay Band-4 to Junior Administrative Grade Oflicers.
59. Induct Course completed Act Apprentices against Safety vacancies.
60. Remove restrictions on payment of Children Education Allowance/Hostel subsidy.
61. Allow retention of Railway Quarters by the wards of Safety staff employed under LARSGESS.
62. Allot adequate funds for maintenance of Railway Quarters as well as construction of new quarters.
63. Introduce Technological advance warning system to prevent deaths of Track Maintainers while on duty.
64. Grant Study leave with attendant incentives to the employees for pursuing higher studies.
65. Enhance Night Patrolling Allowance for Track Maintainers and adequate compensation should be given to Night Patrolmen.
The 27Ih National Convention resolves to urge upon the Central Government and Railway Ministry to take Steps for ensuring time-bound negotiations with NFIR for satisfactorily settling the issues listed above to generate satisfaction among all categories of Railway employees.
The National Convention also decides to direct NFIR affiliates to organize mass meetings, conferences, demonstrations, rallies at all levels duringthe next five months period to mobilize all categories of employees for mounting pressure on the Government to resolve issues through sustained dialogue.
NFIR DECIDES TO CONDUCT STRIKE BALLOT ON LONG PENDING DEMANDS OF RAILWAYMEN
This National Convention having taken stock of the labour situation as well as status on various pending demands agitating railway employees has come to a conclusion that the negative attitude of Finance Ministry, Government of India on several proposals of railway ministry relating to rectification of  CPC anomalies, improvement of Grade Pay of Running Staff Supervisory Officials etc, has created serious resentment and frustration among 13 lakh railway employees. 
The National Convention takes note that adequate time has been given to the Government as well as Railway Ministry to resolve the issues through negotiated settlement.The National Convention also taken note of the Special Meeting held by the Railway Board on 23rd August, 2013 on important demands listed by NFIR but, however, found that there has been no improvement in sorting out the pending issues.
This National Convention, therefore, directs the NFIR affiliates to conduct Strike Ballot on the issues listed in the resolution passed by this Convention.
The National Convention further directs to conduct Strike Ballot on 17th & 18th January, 2014 while launching intensive campaign on the major demands with the Government as well as Railway Ministry which are already listed in there solutions passed by the Convention. 
Source : NFIR

Thursday, November 14, 2013

MARCH TO PARLIAMENT ON 12-12-2013



PENSIONERS MARCH TO PARLIAMENT ALONGWITH WORKING CLASS ON 12-12-2013


Comrade S.K.Vyas the Secretary General of the National Coordinating Committee of Pensioners Association [NCCPA] has called upon the Pensioners from Delhi, Madhyapradesh, Uttarpradesh, Punjab, Haryana, Himachal & Rajasthan [States surrounding Delhi] to join the Workers Rally before Parliament on 12-12-2013. The Rally among other things will demand controlling of prices of essential commodities and for Social Security for informal sector etc. Pensioners of the above States are requested to attend in large number in the Rally on the forenoon of 12.12.2013 and return around 3.00 P.M. [There will be no accommodation facility made by the Headquarters]
 
All India Postal & RMS Pensioners Association endorses the call of the NCCPA and requests the Pensioners of Postal Department to attend the Parliament Rally in large numbers from the above States and highlight the attacks on the Social Security including Pension by the Central Government like enactment of PFRDA Etc.
 
On the same day as per the call of the NCCPA, Pensioners Demonstrations shall be held in all other States and Districts before the prominent Government Offices.
 
K.Ragavendran
General Convenor
 

Wednesday, November 13, 2013

RTP CASE - News from AIPEUP3 CHQ

 

 

         Next date of hearing of RTP case filed by NFPE, P-III and R-III CHQ at CAT Principal Bench Delhi is 04.01.2014. 


      Our main submission in the CAT is that RTP services should be counted as regular services for all purposes including pensionary benefits and especially for granting MACP promotions. In the recent judgment of the CAT Ernakulam Bench the CAT has ruled that RTP services SHALL NOT BE COUNTED FOR MACP promotions. Counting RTP services for TBOP/BCR alone will not give much benefit to employees. We want the entire RTP services should be counted for MACP.

Source : http://www.aipeup3chq.com/

Friday, September 27, 2013

Formation of All India Postal & RMS Pensioners Association



All India Postal & RMS Pensioners Association


The Department of Posts is one of the largest Central Government Departments next to Railways and Defence and the strength of Pensioners of Postal Department is also one of the biggest in the country. NFPE in its 9th Federal Council had resolved to extend full support and solidarity to the efforts of mobilizing the entirety of Pensioners of Postal Department, especially in the specific background of very serious attacks on Pension and Social Security of all Pensioners and Government Employees under LPG policies of Central Government. We also note with concern that despite the existence and functioning of different Pensioners’ Organizations in the country, more than 80% of Postal Pensioners remain unorganized. 
This weakness has to be eliminated in order to combat the attacks on Pension and Social Security. Mobilization of all Pensioners of Postal and RMS disregarding their union affiliations in the past is the need of the hour.

In this background, the National Federation of Postal Employees extends all support to the endeavor of mobilizing the entirety of Pensioners of the Department of Posts in the country by our retired Comrades, who have served in various capacities in the Postal Unions in the past.
The name of the new Organization will be All India Postal & RMS Pensioners Association.
A Steering Committee formed by the senior retired comrades and headed by the under-mentioned comrades with the former Secretary General of NFPE Comrade K.Ragavendran as the General Convenor should be rendered all assistance and help by the entirety of NFPE Organizations at all levels in order to build a strong organization for the Postal Pensioners.
Steering Committee of All India Postal & RMS Pensioners Association
Chairman:                    Com. D.K.Rahate [Former President NFPE] [Mobile09821031375]
Vice Chairman:            Com. T.Narasimhan [Vice President Confederation] [Mobile0940056969]
General Convener:      Com. K.Ragavendran [Former Secretary General NFPE] [Mobile: 09444919295]
In order to complete the formation of the All India Association in a time bound manner, formation of the Circle level All India Postal & RMS Pensioners Association and Division / District level Associations [District level or if feasible Divisional level according to local conditions] shall be completed before the 31st December, 2013. An All India Special Conference will be organized thereafter to complete the CHQ formation.
All are requested to extend total cooperation in the endeavor to build a strong organisation for the Pensioners of Postal Department.
Comradely Yours,
M.Krishnan
Secretary General NFPE

Source : http://nfpe.blogspot.in/

All India Postal & RMS Pensioners Association

Saturday, September 14, 2013

NFPE News


N F P E
NATIONAL FEDERATION OF POSTAL EMPLOYEES
Central Headquarters
1st floor, North Avenue Post Office Building, New Delhi-110 001
To
                   1)      All CHQ/Office Bearers
                   2)      All General Secretaries,
                   3)      All Circle Secretaries/Divisional/Branch Secretaries.
PARLIAMENT MARCH - AIPEU-GDS (NFPE) ON 11TH DECEMBER, 2013.
ALL INDIA TRADE UNION EDUCATION CAMP - CONFEDERATION ON 15TH & 16TH NOVEMBER, 2013.
*  ALL INDIA WOMEN’S CONVENTION ON 25TH & 26TH NOVEMBER, 2013
*    STRIKE BALLOT FOR INDEFINITE STRIKE - 25TH, 26TH & 27TH SEPTEMBER, 2013
MAKE ALL THE PROGRAMMES CENT PERCENT SUCCESS.

Dear Comrades,
1.      GDS Parliament March on11-12-2013 - AIPEU-GDS (NFPE) has decided to organise a massive Parliament March on 11th December 2013 demanding Departmentalisation, Civil Servant status and settlement of 32 point charter of demands.  All the affiliates of NFPE are requested to ensure participation of their members also in the Parliament March as a solidarity support to the cause of GDS.  All Circle/Divisional Secretaries are requested to mobilise maximum participation and extend full support to the AIPEU-GDS (NFPE) in making the Parliament March a grand success.  Please instruct those employees participating in the March to book their travel tickets well in advance.
2.      All India Trade Union Study Camp - Confederation -2013 November 15th & 16th (Friday & Saturday).
          Total quota allotted to NFPE is 80.  The Federal Secretariat meeting of NFPE held at Pushkar (Rajasthan) on 26-08-2013 has decided to ensure participation of delegates as follows:
          P3 - 30, P4 - 25, R3 - 10, R4 - 10, Postal Accounts - 5, Admin. Union - 5, SBCO - 3, GDS - 5, Casual Labour - 2, Civil Wing - 1.
          All General Secretaries are requested to allote quota to each circle and instruct the Circle Secretaries to ensure participation of delegates as per quota fixed, in the Trade Union Education Camp without fail.  This is most urgent please.
3.      All India Women’s Convention - New Delhi - 2013 November 25th & 26th (Monday & Tuesday).
          The quota allotted to NFPE is 65.  The Federal Secretariat meeting of NFPE held at Pushkar (Rajasthan) on 26-08-2013 has decided to ensure participation of delegates as follows:
          P3 - 25, P4 - 10, R3 - 10, R4 - 5, Postal Accounts - 5, Admn. Union -2, SBCO - 2, GDS - 5, Casual Labour - 1, Civil Wing - 1.
          All General Secretaries are requested to allote quota to each circle and instruct the Circle Secretaries to ensure participation of delegates as per quota fixed, in the Women’s Convention without fail.  This is urgent please.
4.      Strike Ballot - Indefinite Strike - Confederation:
          As a final step before embarking upon an indefinite strike, confederation of Central Govt. Employees & Workers has decided to conduct strike ballot on 2013 September, 25,26 &27th.  In the Postal & RMS Sector NFPE should take the initiative to make the programme cent percent success.  Sample ballot paper and Appeal along with 15 Point Charter of Demands are also published in the NFPE website and all websites of affiliates of NFPE.  Please translate the appeal and 15 point charter of demands into local langauge and give it to each and every employee before 23rd September, 2013.  On 25th, 26th and 27th September polling booths may be opened in the premises of offices at all centres and ballot boxes may be placed in the booth.  Each and every employee may be requested to cast their vote in the ballot paper by marking “Yes” or “No”.  It is a secret ballot and hence name of the employee need not be written in the ballot paper.  On completion of voting the boxes may be opened and votes counted by the office bearers.  The total number of employees voted, Number of votes infavour of indefinite strike (YES), Number of votes against indefinite strike (NO) etc. should be intimated to the NFPE CHQ through Circle Unions or Circle Co-ordinating Committees and also to Confederation CHQ through Confederation C-O-Cs.  Intensive campaign among the employees may be conducted before the strike ballot by distributing appeals, sample ballots, posters etc. and also by arranging meetings at all centres.
Fraternally yours,
M. Krishnan,
Secretary General, NFPE.