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Wednesday, January 20, 2010

INCENTIVES FOR N.R.E.G.S Accounts announced – orders released!

Dear Comrades,

Department has issued orders on Incentives for GDS and departmental staff for various items of work.  The orders are enclosed below:

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COMRADES please note and observe!

COMRADES please note and observe!

 

THE GDS CHQ CALLS UPON ALL CIRCLE/DIVISIONAL GDS UNIONs OF THE DECISION OF CWC MEETING HELD AT JAMNAGAR [GUJRAT] FOR NATIONWIDE INTENSIVE DEMONSTRATIONS / HUNGER FAST

ON 20.01.2010  

 

THE DECISION OF THE CWC:

 

The meeting of the Central Working Committee of GDS Union call upon all Circle/Divisional/Branch Secretaries of AIPEDEU to stage intensive demonstration/Hunger fast on 20-1-2010 at all levels and to pass a suitable resolution. The Circle/Divisional/Branch Secretaries to send Telegrams / Savingrams to the Hon'ble Minister for Communications & IT, Minister of State for Communications & IT expressing their strong resentment on the GDS Committee implementation.

                                                            

The Orders of the Department tightening the work norms of the GDS BPMs is a big blow to the BPMs. If 20,000 cash handling is treated as 1 Point then most of the GDS BPMs will not get higher TRCA slabs. Even maintaining the present Second TRCA Slab will become a difficult task for many. The order on fixing tightened norms unilaterally by the Department is most unjustified. All objections by GDS Unions and Federations to the retrograde recommendation of Nataraja Murti Committee recommendations have been ignored by DoP.

 

NFPE ALLSO ENDORSES THE CALL OF THE GDS UNION CWC AND CALLS UPON ALL REGULAR EMPLOYEES DIVISIONAL AND BRANCH UNIONS TO EXTEND TOTAL SOLIDARITY TO THE GDS UNION IN SUCCESSFULLY ORGANISING THE PROGRAMME OF ACTION ON 20/01/2010.

Sunday, January 17, 2010

VETERAN LEADER COMRADE JYOTI BASU PASSED AWAY - AIPEDEU DIPS ITS BANNER IN HIS HONOUR



VETERAN MARXIST LEADER COMRADE JYOTI BASU PASSED AWAY


COMRADE JYOTI BASU, A TOWERING OCTOGENARIAN LEADER OF THE INDIAN MASSES IN GENERAL AND THE WORKING CLASS IN PARTICULAR, WHO WAS HOSPITALIZED ON 1st JANUARY THIS MONTH BECAME CRITICAL AND BREATHED HIS L AST TODAY


THE WORKING PEOPLE OF INDIA HAVE LOST THEIR INDOMITABLE LEADER



Kolkata, Jan 17. Veteran Marxist leader and former West Bengal Chief Minister Jyoti Basu died at the AMRI Hospital of multiple-organ failure at 11.47 a.m. on Sunday. He was 95.


"Jyoti Basu is no more," said party state secretary Biman Bose.


Basu was admitted to the hospital on January 1 with acute respiratory failure bordering on pneumonia. He was also undergoing treatment at the hospital for age-related ailments.


Born on July 8, 1914, Jyoti Kiran Basu's name was shortened by his father to Jyoti.


In 1996, Basu seemed all set to become the first Communist Prime Minister of India. However, the CPI (M) Politburo decided not to participate in the government, a decision that Basu later termed as a historic blunder.


Basu was elected to the Bengal Legislative Assembly in 1946, contesting the Railway constituency. He served as Leader of Opposition for a long time when Dr. Bidhan Chandra Roy was the Chief Minister of West Bengal.


Basu's admirable eloquence both as an M.L.A and the Leader of Opposition drew the attention of Dr. B. C. Roy, who had a strong affection for this young leader though his stand was completely against the policies of the then State Government.


He led several agitations against the State Government and earned an enviable reputation as a politician, particularly among students, youth and working class.


Beside organising the movements of railway labourers, he led a historical movement of teachers who were protesting against their meagre salary.


Between 1967 and 1969, Basu was the Deputy Chief Minister of West Bengal in the United Front governments. He worked under Chief Minister Ajay Mukhopadhay.


When the Congress returned to power in West Bengal in 1972 under Siddhartha Shankar Ray, Basu faced defeat in the Baranagar Assembly Constituency and complained about unprecedented rigging. His Party CPI (M), decided to boycott the Assembly till a fresh election was conducted in 1977.


From June 21, 1977 to November 6, 2000, Basu served as the Chief Minister of West Bengal of various Left Front governments. In 1996, Basu almost became of Prime Minister of India.


Basu resigned as Chief Minister of West Bengal in 2000 for health reasons, and was succeeded by fellow CPI (M) politician Buddhadeb Bhattacharya.


POSTAL GDS EMPLOYEES DIPS ITS BANNER IN HONOUR OF THE DEPARTED LEADER