(Associate Member of National Federation of Postal Employees)
UNITED WE STAND,
TOGETHER WE CONQUER
Our duty is to encourage every one in his struggle to live up to his own highest idea, and strive at the same time to make the ideal as near as possible to the Truth.
Wednesday, 16 March 2016
POSTAL JOINT COUNCIL OF ACTION
NATIONAL FEDERATION OF POSTAL EMPLOYEES
FEDERATION OF NATIONAL POSTAL ORGANISATIONS
No.PF-PJCA/2016 Dated: 15th March, 2016
Ms. Kavery Banerjee,
Department of Posts,
New Delhi-110 001
Sub: Submission of Memorandum on 7th CPC related issues to the Implementation Cell by the Department of Post: Request to supply the copy.
Your kind attention is invited towards both Federation letters dated 07.03.2016 on the subject cited above. In this connection , we would like to bring to your kind notice that a JCM Departmental Council Meeting was held on 08.12.2015 under your Chairmanship in which the issues related to Pay Commission were discussed in detail and it was decided that a copy of Memorandum to be submitted to Implementation Cell will be given to Federations, but inspite of several requests verbal and in writing made to you and Member(Personal), the copy of the same has not been supplied yet.
Again it has been informed vide Director, SR & Legal letter No. 06-04/2015-SR dated 09th March, 2016 that one meeting will be held on 31.03.2016 under your Chairmanship at Directorate on the same pay Commission related issues and prior to it one meeting will also be held on 28th March 2016 with Director (SR).
We are very sorry to inform you that in such circumstances we shall not be able to attend the meeting as scheduled. When any decision is taken in highest forum and assurances are given and if the same is not materialized and subordinate officers do not comply with the orders of highest officers than what’s the use of holding such meetings again and again. This is merely wastage of time.
Further we would like to mention here that at the time of submission of Memorandum to Pay Commission we had requested several times to supply the copy of the same but it was not supplied but it has been obtained by some retired officials under R.T.I.
Therefore it is beyond to understand as to what is there which is to be concealed from the unions.
Even now we have time. Therefore PJCA requests to kindly supply the copy of memorandum submitted to implementation cell and Pay Commission, so that the matter can be discussed in the meeting.
It is therefore, requested to kindly take necessary action in this regard.
(D. Theagarajan) (R.N. Parashar)
Secretary General Secretary General
1. Member (P). Postal Services Board Department of Posts.
More than 1,000 people comprising National leaders, CHQ & NFPE leaders, General Secretaries, Public Representatives, Officers of the Department, Postal employees of Gr.C., P4, GDS, RMS, Pensioners Associations, Secretaries of NFPE Unions representing from many divisions of A.P Circle., Veteran leaders of various sections, Relatives, near & dear witnessed the meeting which continued from 10.30 am to 5.00pm with the deliberations of the Leaders on Organization, 7th CPC issues, GDS issues followed by grand felicitation to Com.Raavi Sivannarayana.
Meeting Presided by Com.J.Ramasubbaiah, President, Gr.C., Guntur Division.
Com.M.Krishnan, Secretary General, CCGEW., Com.R.N.Parashar, Secretary General, NFPE, Com.Giriraj singh, President NFPE & General Secretary, R-3., Com.K.Lakshmanarao, Ex-MLC, A.P State., Com.Nethaji, CITU., Com.R.Seetha lakshmi, General Secretary, P4., Com.K.V.Sridharan, former General Secretary, Gr.C., Com.J.Ramamoorthy, All India President, Gr.C., Com.Balwindersingh, Fin Secretary, Gr.C., Com.A.Veeramani, AGS, Gr.C., Com.K.Ramachandram, All India President, AIPAOEU., Com.Sk.Humayun, former All India President, P4., Com.P.Pandurangarao, General Secretary, GDS, Com.P.Mohan, General Secretary, AIPCPCCWF., Com.Y.Nagabhushanam, Wkg President, AIPCPCCWF., many leaders from RMS unions, Superintendents of Guntur, Tenali, PSD, Retd Officers of the Department, Circle Secretaries - Com.R.J.Madhusudanarao, R-3., Com.Ch.Vidyasagar, P-4., Com.K.N.Chary, ACS, GDS, veteran leaders - Com.S.Dasu (Vizag), Com.D.L.Kantharao (Tenali), Com.N.Sambasivarao (Guntur), Rotary Governor many other leaders of various cadres, sections graced the meeting and felicitation function.
The NFPE unions of Guntur Division made an excellent arrangements for accommodating the visitors in the hall and food arrangements etc., deserves all appreciation. Com.M.Ramakrishna, Com.Subbarao, Com.M.Srinivas, Com.Ramarao, Com.Masthanrao, Com.Burraiah and many other comrades in the team took all pains to made the programme a grand success.
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