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C.H.Q. Circuler 26-07-2007

Tele-Fax: 23697701
ALL INDIA POSTAL EXTRA DEPARTMENTAL EMPLOYEES UNION (CHQ)
First Floor, Post Office Building, Padamnagar, Delhi 110007
GDS/CHQ/1/5/2007 Dated: 26/07/2007
To,
All Circle/Divisional/Branch Secretaries,
All Members office bearers of the All India Union, AIPEDEU.

Sub: - Unilateral and high handed action of the Department of Posts in appointing an E.D. Committee.

Dear Comrades,

Ultimately the cat in out of the bag and the Department of Posts defying all logic, legality and transparency has suddenly and arbitrarily appointed an one-man E.D. Committee under a retired Member of Postal Services Board. The intentions of the Department have not been transparent.

You rember that our demand was appointment of a Judicial Commission/Committee under a retired Judge of a High Court. The bureaucrats in the Directorate twisted the demand and offered to make sincere efforts for inclusion its the E.D. (GDS) issues in terms of reference of The Sixth Pay Commission. Since the Fourth Pay Commission has agreed that in view of the decision of the supreme court in 1977, the E.D. agents were covered under purview of the terms of reference of the Pay Commission and Justice Talwar Committee had also recommended that the E.D. issues should be included in terms of reference of the pay Commissions to be appointed in future, we did not suspect that the demand was being wrongly twisted. An element of doubt arose some time back when a high bureaucrat in the Postal Services Board issued a letter that an E.D. Committee was already formed and particular officers appointed as member - secretary there of. We increased our vigil. A we have apprehensions that some persons collude with the administration and acted against us. Only two days back we were assured that a fresh effort for inclusion of G.D.S. issues in terms of reference of Central Sixth Pay Commission was being vigorously pursued. And then the appointment a department Committee!

This has come to us as a rude shock. That the bureaucrats have an inherent bias against the G.D.S. is an open secret. In protest against this arbitrary and high handed action of the department in appointing an E.D. Committee under a retired postal bureaucrat, we immediately expressed our indignation in a letter addressed to the Prime Minister, a copy of which has been endured to several political party leaders urging their help for Justice to G.D.S. employees. We have also earnestly urged all M.P’s to come forward to our help in interest of Justice. We are enclosing copies of these letters for your information and necessary action. We call upon you all to urgently meet address your M.P’s and impress upon them to come forward to our help. The letter addressed to the M.P’s by us may be translated into local language and sent through you or through local leaders to the M.P’s. You should send a letter to the Prime Minister also. Let the Prime Minister’s office be flooded with three lakh letters/faxes.

Apart from it we are required to chalk out immediate trade union actions to press our justified demand for Justice and appointment of one-man-commission under a retired Judge of a High Court. Accordingly you are called upon to observe the following programme of action. In this struggle, we have to have confidence in ourselves we have requested all concerned to come forward to our help. Any help in our struggle and to any title extent will be welcome.

i) Contact, your M.P. and local/state political leaders immediately, impress effectively on them how the G.D.S. employees have been subject to injustice, and arbitrariness.

ii) Observe Protest Day on 3-8-2007.

iii) Organise massive Dharna and protest rallies at all Circle/Regional Head quarter’s where all available local leaders/dignitaries should be invited – on 8-8-2007.

iv) March to Parliament and in the evening deputation on your M.P. on 22nd August, 2007.All divisional secretaries are requested to come along with big delegation compulsorily to Delhi.

v) In case, still Justice is not done to us, prepare for indefinite strike in first week of September 2007. Notice for the strike will be served in time.

Comrades, this a do-or-die situation for us. Therefore the programmes should be organized with entire seriousness and to the fullest of the energy.

With militant greetings,
Yours fraternally.


(S.S. Mahadevaiah)
General Secretary.

Thursday, July 26, 2007

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by
General Secretary
CHQ

Letter to Prime Minister on GDS Committee.



No. GDS/CHQ/40/1/2006 Dated: 26-07-07
To,

Dr, Man Mohan Singh,
Hon’ble Prime Minister,
Government of India,
New Delhi – 110001

Subject;- Examination of service conditions and wage-structure of Gramin Dak Sevak employees-appointment of judicial Committee.

Hon’ble Sir,

You will kindly agree that the Gramin Dak Sevaks (formerly known as E.D. agents), the most exploited and discriminated employees are the humble servants of rural population with regard to provision and maintenance of Postal services. The Supreme Court has declared these employees to be holders of Civil Post. The Fourth Central Pay Commission agreed that in view of this judgement, the E.D. employees were covered under the purview of terms of reference of the Commission.

The Department of Posts realised the position and a conscious decision, after appointment of the Fifth Pay Commission, and appointed a one man-judicial Committee to examine the issue under Justice Charanjit Talwar, a retired judge of Delhi High Court. Justice Talwar Committee made several land mark recommendations.

The Department of Posts unilaterally and in a high handed manner has overturned its conscious decision made in consultation with unions and has finalised appointment of an E.D. Committee under a recently retired Additional Secretary in the Department of Posts. This person during his incumbency demonstrated deep anti-Gramin Dak Sevak bias and got several orders issued which are to the detriment of the G.D.S. employees. He has lost his credentials to sit on judgement to decide the fate of the Gramin Dak Sevaks.

We as the only recognised representatives of the Gramin Dak Sevaks do solemnly declare that we are being pushed to the wall and being compelled to totally boycott this Committee. We demand appointment of a one man commission under a retired Judge of a High Court.

We on behalf of three lakh Gramin Dak Sevaks humble servants of rural population urge upon you to intervene and utilise your good offices to ensure appointment of a one man Commission under a retired Judge of a High Court.

If the Department of Post insists on its arbitrary action we are afraid, they want to threaten the tranquillity in postal services.

With profound regards,


Yours faithfully,
Sd/-
S.S. Mahadevaiah,
General Secretary.


Copy forwarded for information and necessary intervention to rescind the appointment of this committee to;
Sri. A.Raja, Hon’ble Minister for Communication &IT. This is continuation of this unions letter of even No. dated 20.07.07
Sri. I.M.G.Khan, Secretary, Department of Posts, New Delhi, in continuation of our letter of even No. dated 20.07.07
Secretary General NFPE
All CWC Members

S.S. Mahadevaiah,
General Secretary








Tele-Fax: 23697701
ALL INDIA POSTAL EXTRA DEPARTMENTAL EMPLOYEES UNION
(Central Head Quarter)
Affiliated with “National Federation of Postal Employees”
First Floor, Post Office Building, Padamnagar, Delhi 110007
President: D.N. Giri
General Secretary S.S. Mahadevaiah

No. GDS/CHQ/40/1/2006 Dated: 26-07-07
To,

Madam, Sonia Gandhi,
Hon’ble Chairman UPA,
&
Congress President,
No.24, Akbar Road,
New Delhi -1.

Sub;- Study of the Service Condition and wage-structure-appointment of a Judicial Committee.

Hon’ble Madam,

We are forwarding here with a copy of the letter addressed to the Hon’ble Prime Minister of India on the arbitrary and high-handed action of the Department of Posts to appoint a biased and prejudiced officer to sit on judgement to decide the fate of three lakh Gramin Dak Sevaks, the humble servants of rural population.

Three lakh Gramin Dak Sevak employees of the Department of Posts look eagerly to you to intervene in interest of Justice to the Gramin Dak Sevaks. We very humbly crave your indulgence to ensure appointment of a one man Commission under a retired Judge of a High Court to study the service conditions and wage-structure of the Gramin Dak Sevaks.

We earnestly, request your honour to impress upon the Government the need to impart Justice to the exploited and discriminated Gramin Dak Sevak by appointment of a judicial Commission as suggested above.

With profound regards,

Yours faithfully,

S.S. Mahadevaiah,
General Secretary.