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Wednesday, May 19, 2010

JCA PROGRAMME

ALL CIRCLE/DIVISIONAL/BRRANCH SECRETARIES ARE REQESTED TO START MOBILISE FOR POSTAL JCA PROGRAMME .
 
Postal JCA/1/2010                                                                                                                        Dated 15th May 2010

 

Nationwide Demonstration and Strike Notice Serving on 4th June

Postcard Campaign and Meet the Public Personalities from 8th to 15th June

Black Badge Wearing and Demands Highlight Day on 29th June

Non-cooperation from 5th to 9th July

Strike Rally on 12th July

Indefinite Strike from July 13th

 

Dear Comrades / Colleagues,

 

The All India Postal Joint Council of Action consisting of NFPE and FNPO Federations and their Affiliated Unions and Associations and the All India Postal Extra Departmental Employees Union & the National Union of Gramin Dak Sewaks met on 14th May, 2010 in New Delhi.

 

The opening up of new attacks on the Postal Services and Staff and the highest order of unilateralism in taking various decisions against the interest of Postal Employees and the Postal Services as well as the gross violation of its own agreements by the Administration were the major points of deliberation in the JCA Meeting. Various other staff problems that are not receiving any real attention for long time also engaged the attention of the Postal JCA.

 

The Mckinsey Multinational Consultant has been appointed by the Department for effecting Structural Reorganisation! No interaction with the Staff Side has taken place nor is the Staff Side provided with any materials related to the terms and reference of the said MNC Consultant. It is widely believed that in the name of 'McKinsey' serious attacks on the RMS and Postal Structure are in the offing. Already the Department has unilaterally pushing ahead with its retrograde move of abolition of 'C' Class Post Offices in the urban areas all over India. It has also ordered down gradation of all GDS SOs into GDS BOs and closure of GDS BOs in the name of merger/upgradation.  The direction of the Department is for the total destruction of 'RMS' wing and merger of the entire RMS with the Post Offices is already visible and the McKinsey is expected to nail the coffin soon. Some Circle Administrations are so impatient that even before the McKinsey report; they want to commence the attack on the RMS in violation of the agreement reached on 30th November 2009. Outsourcing of several Postal Operations like Mail Conveyance, Processing of Speed Post Articles, Data Entry Operations of several works have been accentuated.

 

On the other hand the Department is not coming forward to convene the meetings of Departmental Council JCM and Periodical Meeting with the Federations at the National level. Unilateral decisions like piecemeal cadre restructuring of Postmasters Cadre is being resorted to ignoring the comprehensive cadre restructuring of Group 'C' as like Railways and other Departments. Under the Project Arrow the employees are squeezed and exploited in violation of Rules and in the name of 100% delivery performance. Shortage of staff continues to haunt the services in spite of the removal of Screening Committee. The attack on the Postal Staff continues in the name of decentralization of PLI/RPLI work and no additional staff was granted to any Divisional Office anywhere for the additional work. Due to application of conditions in a mechanical way, the MACP is being denied to hundreds of Postal Employees. On one side the discrimination between the Drivers of Parliament Secretariat and MMS Drivers is created by the Government and on the other side no posts of Drivers are recruited and the existing Drivers are forced to work beyond human limits in MMS by the Department of Posts. The System Administrators are also forced beyond human endurance and they are treated as the middle ages slaves by the administration. Unilateral tightening of work norms and non-creation of work norms for several works performed by GDS is causing reduction of wages to GDS. The GDS are discriminated against on several issues despite many judgments of Court of Law and the justice continues to be denied to all types of Casual Labourers. We live in an environment of total suffocation and the Staff Side is fully side lined and ignored and the voice of the Staff Side is not heard at the higher level of Administration!

 

It is in this background,, the Postal JCA has come to the unanimous conclusion to undertake an All India Strike Campaign Tour during the months of June and July and unleash a series of Programmes to effect full mobilisation of Postal Employees for embarking upon a nationwide Non-cooperation Programme culminating in an Indefinite Strike from 13th July 2010. The Programme of Action and the Indefinite Strike will be for realisation of the following Charter of Demands:

 

                                                          CHARTER OF DEMANDS

 

1.       Drop the move to outsource any function of the DoP including on the recommendations of McKinsey – Cancel the decision to close down 'C' Class Post Offices – Cancel the orders for down gradation of EDSOs into ED BOs  and closure of EDBOs - Roll back steps of privatisation of speed post processing and mail conveyance and data entry work.

2.       Stop violations in the Agreements on Status Quo of RMS & MMS as well as the merger of RMS with less than 10,000 mails – Create scientific norms for the work in CRC, Speed Post, Logistics and EPP – Cancel the orders for replacing the General Line HSG-I by ASPOs in Mail Offices.

3.       Holding of JCM Departmental Council meetings; Periodical Meetings with Federations; Sending of the issue of discrimination of pay scales between the Telecom TBOP/BCR and Postal TBOP/BCR w.e.f. 1.1.1996 to Board of Arbitration; and Holding of GDS Committee Meetings periodically with GDS Unions.

4.       Stop harassment of staff under Project Arrow – No extraction of work against Rules – No extraction of work beyond 8 Hours – No drafting of staff on duty and for Training etc on Sundays and Holidays – No harassment in the name of 100% Delivery – Withdrawal of all Punishments awarded to Postmen for minor non-delivery of articles.

5.       Fill up all vacant posts: [a] Undertake reassessment of vacancies in PA/SA cadre to rectify mistaken calculation of vacancies in all circles; [b] Fill up all vacant posts in all cadres in Department of Posts [Postal, RMS, MMS, Admn, Postal Accounts, SBCO, Civil Wing etc] as on 31.12.2009; [c] Allow local recruitment as one time measure in Postal Accounts similar to 1997 at Sundernagar. 

6.       Comprehensive Cadre Restructuring of Group 'C' employees in PA/SA Cadre; [b] Withdrawal of unilateral orders on piecemeal cadre restructuring of Postmasters' cadre until comprehensive Cadre Restructuring of PA/SA cadre is completed; [c] Comprehensive Cadre Restructuring of LDC, Sorters & DEOs in Postal Accounts by amalgamation into a single Accounts Assistants cadre in the pay of Pb-1 with 2400 GP; [d] Comprehensive cadre Restructuring of PA/SA cadre in SBCO; and [e] Comprehensive cadre restructuring of Postmen/Mailguard/Multi Task Staff.

7.       Grant of Pension, Departmental status to GDS extending the all benefits such as HRA/CCA, ACP etc, including Trade Union rights and welfare measurers – Remove discrimination on Bonus ceiling – Modify the 20,000 unilateral imposition of cash handling work points for GDS BPMs – Withdraw orders denying revised TRCA w.e.f. 1.1.2006 in respect of BPMs – Compute work norms to all types of work performed including NREGS, PLI,RPLI, Pension Payments etc to GDS – Implement enhanced Social Security to GDS like Ex-Gratia Gratuity and Severance Amount w.e.f. 1.1.2006.

8.       Grant of Parity in Pay Scale [PB-1 with GP 2400/-] for MMS Drivers on par with Drivers of Parliament Secretariat – Recruitment of adequate number of Drivers – Sanction of OSA for the long distance logistics van drivers of MMS – Technology training to Work Shop staff and grant of Data Entry Operators scale of pay to Work Shop Staff.

9.       Implement Supreme Court Orders for revision of wages from 1.1.2006 [6th CPC wages] to all RRR Candidates, Casual Labourers, Contingent staff, GDS Substitutes etc – Grant Temporary Status to eligible Full Time Status Casual labourers; Convert Part Time into Full Time; Absorb Full Time, Part Time, contingent in vacant GDS Posts.

10.   Fill up all vacancies of Postmen and Mailguards - Roll back the unscientific scheme of Single Postman Beat System – Modify certain unscientific work norms of Postmen / MTS finalised by Work Study Unit - Enhance the Postman Double Duty Allowance as per the recommendations of 6th CPC.

11.   Remove all local anomalies in MACP Scheme like application of benchmark for the period prior to introduction of MACP Scheme; Grant MACP on 'Average' benchmark like Department of Railways; Denial of MACP for acts of denial of regular promotion earlier to introduction of MACP; Denial to grant PB-2 while upgradation to Grade Pay 4200 and above to Group 'C' Officials etc.

12.   Creation of System Administrators Cadre with higher pay scales and absorption of all System Administrators in the new cadre during initial composition – Uniform Norms for System Administrators including work hours, number of systems, distance factor – Financial compensation for special and extra work performed by System Administrators.

13.   Early finalisation of Recruitment Rules for upgraded Group 'C' in PB-1 with 1800 GP – Ensure present system of absorption of GDS and TS CLS in Group 'D' posts into the new RR without insisting for the educational qualification – Filling up all the posts of Multi Tasking Staff without any delay.

14.   Amalgamation of Group 'C' Accounts Cadres of DoP and DoT.

15.   Roll back of the Decentralisation of PLI/RPLI work – Augment required staff strength in PLI branch of CO/RO/DPLI –Maintain centralized accounting system through the Office of DPLI Kolkata – Fill up the vacant posts of COs/ROs/DPLI Kolkata to manage huge shortage;

16.   Parity of scale of pay of Ministerial Cadre in Postal Civil Wing on par with the Postal Assistants and upgradation of posts of Works Clerk Grade –II/Grade-I/Head Clerk – Filling up of all vacant posts of technical as well as ministerial posts – Creation of one Civil Wing Circle for each Postal Circle.

17.   Regularise the HSG-I, HSG-II, LSG arrangements and grant Officiating Pay & Allowances to all Officials holding the posts.

 

PROGRAMME OF ACTION

 

Dear Comrades / Colleagues,

 

The patience of Postal Employees is grossly misunderstood by the Postal Administration as our weakness and a licence to impose whatever retrograde policies they could think of. Time has come to unite as one man and raise our strong voice against all kinds of humiliation. Let us mentally get prepared for a sustained struggle by accepting all sacrifices. No advancement was achieved without sacrifices and no advancement is possible without further sacrifices. We have presented a united platform of struggle and it is now the responsibility of the rank and file to get organised with all their ideological and other differences left aside in the common interest of all of us. We call upon you to undertake all measures unitedly by forgetting all local differences and stand as one Man with full determination. Our each and every programme decided by the Postal JCA has to be taken to the last employee of the department. Every programme has to be converted into a total success.

 

·         On 4th June when the CHQ issues Notice of Indefinite Strike to Department, all levels of our Organisations shall serve the copy of Strike Notice to respective Administration by organising massive demonstrations.

·         All India Strike Campaign Tour by CHQ leaders [Details soon to be circulated]

·         The Postcard Campaign and Meet the Public Representatives like M.Ps/M.L.As shall be a tremendous success to put pressure on the Department. [Text of Postcard Campaign enclosed as Annexure.]The Honourable Members of Parliament and Members of Legislative Assemblies may be submitted a copy of this JCA Letter seeking their kind intervention to write to Shri.A.Raja Honourable MOC&IT for settlement of our justified demands.

·         Black Badge wearing and Demands Highlights Day on 29th June, 2010 to draw the attention of the Government about our determination to go on strike. [Text of Badge is supplied in the Annexure]

·         The Non-cooperation Programme from July 5-9 shall show to the Government / Department that without our cooperation it will not be possible for the Department to run the show anywhere including Project Arrow Offices and Speed Post Centres etc. The Non-cooperation programme should clearly prove that if we work according to Rules then the functions and operations will come to a standstill. This Programme should be a prelude to the success of the Indefinite Strike from 13th July.

·         Indefinite Strike from 06.00 Hrs on 13th July 2010.

 

United we win! Divided we fall! Unite to win!!

 

With Struggle Greetings,

 
 

                  

TEXT OF POST CARD CAMPAIGN

 

To

Shri.A.Raja

Honourable MOC & IT

Government of India

Electronic  Nikethan

CGO Complex

Lodi Road,

New Delhi – 110001

 

Respected Sir,

POSTAL EMPLOYEES REQUEST YOUR KIND INTERVENTION TO DIRECT THE POSTAL BOARD TO DISCUSS THE CHARTER OF DEMANDS OF POSTAL JOINT COUNCIL OF ACTION FOR REACHING SETTLEMENT OF OUR JUSTIFIED ISSUES.

THANKING YOU SIR,

YOURS FAITHFULLY,

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Name:

Designation:

Office:

Date:

 

 

 

TEXT OF BLACK BADGE

DEMANDS HIGHLIGHTS DAY

29.06.2010

WE DEMAND IMMEDIATE SETTLEMENT

OF CHARTER OF DEMANDS SUBMITTED BY

POSTAL JCA

Saturday, May 15, 2010

Resolutions on Filling up of Relaxation Ground Posts.

Ref. No. GDS/CHQ/34/AIC-Resolution/2010                                             Dated:13-05-2010

 

Ms. Radhika Doraiswamy,

Secretary,

Department of Posts,            

Dak Bhawan,

New Delhi-110001.

 

Sub.:                Resolutions on Filling up of Relaxation Ground Posts.

 

Madam,

 

            A resolution adopted by the 6th All India Conference of the All India Postal Extra Departmental Employees Union held at Amritsar, Punjab Circle from 21th   to 23th March, 2010 on the above subject is forwarded herewith.

 

            You are requested kindly to consider the views put forth in the resolution and cause to issue necessary orders accordingly

                      

With high regards,

                                                                                                     Yours faithfully

D.A.1

 

                                                                                                    (S.S. MAHADEVAIAH)

                                                                                                     General Secretary


 

Resolutions on Problems

The 6th All India conference in session at the historic place Amritsar, Punjab Circle from 21th   to 23th March, 2010 discussed at length various burning issues concerning GDS resolved unanimously the following for immediate settlement.  


RESOLUTIONS ON FILLING UP OF RELAXATION GROUND POSTS;


 The compassionate appointment should be provided without futher delay in all circles.The process is getting delayed by the local administration even for months/years together. The compassionate appointments are to be settled by holding regular meeting in all circles.


Sd/-

President

 

 

 
 
 
 

India Post to Deliver Unique Identity Numbers
MoU SIGNED BETWEEN DoP and UIADI TO THIS EFFECT
DoP ENGAGED FOR DISTRIBUTING AND COLLECTING CENSUS MATERIAL


18:47 IST

 

India Post is the official carrier of Unique Identity Numbers and will deliver the UID communication to the citizens of India. Department of Posts has signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) with Unique Identification Authority of India (UIDAI) on April 30, 2010 to this effect. The MoU has been entered into for a period of two years. The Department would use its flagship product, the Speed Post for this purpose. The Department got advantage for this project due to its vast network of 155,015 post offices of which nearly 90% numbering 139,144 are in the rural area.



India Post is also providing the comprehensive business solution of printing & pre mailing activities and last mile delivery of UID letters to the recipients of UID number. Whenever/ wherever required by UIDAI, the Department will also do biometric authentication of each UID letter delivered. .

The Department is also successfully implementing the work of distribution of nearly 10,000 tonnes of Census material from 15 printing presses to nearly 12,000 taluk/ municipal level locations across the length and breadth of the country through its Logistics Post in connection with Census 2011 as its official carrier. India Post will also be undertaking the reverse logistics for collection of filled in census forms from these locations and delivery to the respective Directorates of Census Operations and scanning centers in the States. The Project started in February 2010 and will be completed in June 2011.


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SP/AT

India Post to Deliver Unique Identity Numbers
MoU SIGNED BETWEEN DoP and UIADI TO THIS EFFECT
DoP ENGAGED FOR DISTRIBUTING AND COLLECTING CENSUS MATERIAL

18:47 IST
India Post is the official carrier of Unique Identity Numbers and will deliver the UID communication to the citizens of India. Department of Posts has signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) with Unique Identification Authority of India (UIDAI) on April 30, 2010 to this effect. The MoU has been entered into for a period of two years. The Department would use its flagship product, the Speed Post for this purpose. The Department got advantage for this project due to its vast network of 155,015 post offices of which nearly 90% numbering 139,144 are in the rural area.

India Post is also providing the comprehensive business solution of printing & pre mailing activities and last mile delivery of UID letters to the recipients of UID number. Whenever/ wherever required by UIDAI, the Department will also do biometric authentication of each UID letter delivered. .

The Department is also successfully implementing the work of distribution of nearly 10,000 tonnes of Census material from 15 printing presses to nearly 12,000 taluk/ municipal level locations across the length and breadth of the country through its Logistics Post in connection with Census 2011 as its official carrier. India Post will also be undertaking the reverse logistics for collection of filled in census forms from these locations and delivery to the respective Directorates of Census Operations and scanning centers in the States. The Project started in February 2010 and will be completed in June 2011. .
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SP/AT

Thursday, May 13, 2010

TODAY PLI MEETING

ON 14th May,2010 PLI/RPLI MEETING.

PLI DIRECTORATE ORGANISED SPECIAL WORKSHOP FOR ALL SECRETARY GENERAL/GENERAL SECRETARIES AT GHAZIABAD STAFF COLLEGE.

Friday, May 7, 2010

KERALA NFPE CIRCLE UNIONS AND AIPEDEU(GDS UNION) HOLD JOINT CIRCLE CONFERENCES IN ERNAKULAM


KERALA NFPE CIRCLE UNIONS AND GDS UNION HOLD JOINT CIRCLE CONFERENCES IN ERNAKULAM FROM 5th TO 7th MAY,2010

























Tuesday, May 4, 2010

CHQ LETTER TO GOVT.

Ref. No. GDS/CHQ/28/AIC-Resolution/2010                                                         Dated:04-05-2010

 

Ms. Radhika Doraiswamy,

Secretary,

Department of Posts,            

Dak Bhawan,

New Delhi-110001.

 

Sub.:                Resolutions on Problems – Upgrading GDSMM to Group D/Mail Guard.

                                   

 

Madam,

 

            A resolution adopted by the 6th All India Conference of the All India Postal Extra Departmental Employees Union held at Amritsar, Punjab Circle from 21th   to 23th March, 2010 on the above subject is forwarded herewith.

 

            You are requested kindly to consider the views put forth in the resolution and cause to issue necessary orders accordingly

                      

With high regards,

                                                                                                     Yours faithfully

D.A.1

 

                                                                                             (S.S. MAHADEVAIAH)

                                                                                               General Secretary

 

 

Resolutions on Problems Upgrading GDSMM to Group D/Mail Guard;

 

The 6th All India conference in session at the historic place Amritsar, Punjab Circle from 21th   to 23th March, 2010 discussed at length various burning issues concerning GDS resolved unanimously the following for immediate settlement/improvement.  

 

UPGRADING GDSMM TO GROUP D/MAIL GUARD;


Recent developments taken place in Mail operations in the department the retention of GDS posts in RMS is not feasible and their services will be upgraded as multiskilled employees/Gr D/Mil guard and selections to the cadre accoarding to their age ,qualification etc., instead redeployment proposal to postal wings. As the GDSMM services has been utilised to the RMS sections and had attained appreciable skills besides seeking promotions to departmental cadre.



 
Sd/-

President

 

 

 

Ref. No. GDS/CHQ/29/AIC-Resolution/2010                                Dated:04-05-2010

 

Ms. Radhika Doraiswamy,

Secretary,

Department of Posts,            

Dak Bhawan,

New Delhi-110001.

 

Sub.:                Resolutions on Problems – Reconsideration on the workload factor for BPMS viz., 20000/- per Point.

 

Madam,

 

            A resolution adopted by the 6th All India Conference of the All India Postal Extra Departmental Employees Union held at Amritsar, Punjab Circle from 21th   to 23th March, 2010 on the above subject is forwarded herewith.

 

            You are requested kindly to consider the views put forth in the resolution and cause to issue necessary orders accordingly

                      

With high regards,

                                                                                            Yours faithfully

D.A.1

 

                                                                                            (S.S. MAHADEVAIAH)

                                                                                             General Secretary



Resolutions on Problems -Reconsideration on the workload factor for BPMS viz., 20000/- per point;

The 6th All India conference in session at the historic place Amritsar, Punjab Circle from 21th   to 23th March, 2010 discussed at length various burning issues concerning GDS resolved unanimously the following for immediate settlement/improvement.  


RECONSIDERATION ON THE WORKLOAD FACTOR FOR BPMs viz., 20000/- PER POINT:-

The point system for the BPMs, Rs.20, 000/-=1 point is totally unscientific and unreasonable. This should be reconsidered and it should be Rs.5000/- for 1 point. The reason stated by the IWSU is not at all applicable to all BOs where there is vast deviation in the nature of work of BOs viz., urban, semiurban, rural, tribal etc, The instructions on the subject discourage/demotivate the work of BO; which is not justified for the present and may be applied after accepting many more ties-up with the organisations/institutions besides cash flow increase with transactions in the BO.



 
Sd/-

President

 

 

Ref. No. GDS/CHQ/30/AIC-Resolution/2010                                      Dated: 04-05-2010

 

Ms. Radhika Doraiswamy,

Secretary,

Department of Posts,            

Dak Bhawan,

New Delhi-110001.

 

Sub.:          Resolutions on Problems – Grant of arrears to Substitutes worked against GDS Vacant Posts wef 01.01.2006.

 

 

Madam,

 

            A resolution adopted by the 6th All India Conference of the All India Postal Extra Departmental Employees Union held at Amritsar, Punjab Circle from 21th   to 23th March, 2010 on the above subject is forwarded herewith.

 

            You are requested kindly to consider the views put forth in the resolution and cause to issue necessary orders accordingly

                      

With high regards,

                                                                                                 Yours faithfully

D.A.1

 

                                                                                             (S.S. MAHADEVAIAH)

                                                                                               General Secretary

 

Resolutions on Problems

The 6th All India conference in session at the historic place Amritsar, Punjab Circle from 21th   to 23th March, 2010 discussed at length various burning issues concerning GDS resolved unanimously the following for immediate settlement/improvement.  


GRANT OF ARREARS TO SUBSTITUTES WORKED AGAINST GDS VACANT POSTS WEF 01.01.2006:-
The arrears should be paid to the substitutes worked against GDS vacant posts wef 01.01.2006 without further delay. The arrears should be paid in one instalment only. The substitutes contributed so much to the department by way of reaching targets in RPLI, BD and voluminous NREGS work for the last three years and are justified to grant arrears in normal course.

 

Sd/-

President



 

Ref. No. GDS/CHQ/31/AIC-Resolution/2010                Dated: 04-05-2010

 

Ms. Radhika Doraiswamy,

Secretary,

Department of Posts,            

Dak Bhawan,

New Delhi-110001.

 

Sub.:          Resolutions on Problems – Grant of all benefits of 6th CPC Extended to Part time, Contengent Casual Labourers.

 

Madam,

 

            A resolution adopted by the 6th All India Conference of the All India Postal Extra Departmental Employees Union held at Amritsar, Punjab Circle from 21th   to 23th March, 2010 on the above subject is forwarded herewith.

 

            You are requested kindly to consider the views put forth in the resolution and cause to issue necessary orders accordingly

                      

With high regards,

                                                                                               Yours faithfully

D.A.1

 

                                                                                        (S.S. MAHADEVAIAH)

                                                                                           General Secretary


 

Resolutions on Problems

The 6th All India conference in session at the historic place Amritsar, Punjab Circle from 21th   to 23th March, 2010 discussed at length various burning issues concerning GDS resolved unanimously the following for immediate settlement.  



GRANT OF ALL BENEFITS OF 6TH CPC EXTENDED TO PART TIME, CONTENGENT CASUAL LABOURERS:-

  The benefits of 6th CPC should be extended to the part time, contingent and casual labourers also without any delay. The whole arrears should be paid in one instalment only. After screening committee recommendations on abolition of posts in the department, such vacant posts are being maintained by utilising the services of part time, contingent, casual labourers and is continuing in most places, with meagre financial benefits and not applied/extended the benefits to them even though they are performing duty for the post.

 

Sd/-

President




 

Ref. No. GDS/CHQ/32/AIC-Resolution/2010                             Dated: 04-05-2010

 

Ms. Radhika Doraiswamy,

Secretary,

Department of Posts,            

Dak Bhawan,

New Delhi-110001.

 

Sub.:          Resolutions on Problems – Retention of EDSOs to extend Postal Facilities to the Member Public.

                                                   

Madam,

 

            A resolution adopted by the 6th All India Conference of the All India Postal Extra Departmental Employees Union held at Amritsar, Punjab Circle from 21th   to 23th March, 2010 on the above subject is forwarded herewith.

 

            You are requested kindly to consider the views put forth in the resolution and cause to issue necessary orders accordingly

                      

With high regards,

                                                                                                     Yours faithfully

D.A.1

 

                                                                                             (S.S. MAHADEVAIAH)

                                                                                               General Secretary

 

 

Resolutions on Problems

The 6th All India conference in session at the historic place Amritsar, Punjab Circle from 21th   to 23th March, 2010 discussed at length various burning issues concerning GDS resolved unanimously the following for immediate settlement.  


RETENTION OF EDSOs TO EXTEND POSTAL FACILITIES TO THE MEMBER PUBLIC:-

No EDSO should not be downgraded or removed. The EDSOs are providing useful service to the public at large and it should be remained without any condition or factor. The EDSOs are very useful for the rural people and it should be retained for the benefit of the rural people.



Sd/-

President

 

 

Ref. No. GDS/CHQ/33/AIC-Resolution/2010                              Dated:04-05-2010

 

Ms. Radhika Doraiswamy,

Secretary,

Department of Posts,            

Dak Bhawan,

New Delhi-110001.

 

Sub.:               Resolution on holding the DPC in all Circles.

 

Madam,

 

            A resolution adopted by the 6th All India Conference of the All India Postal Extra Departmental Employees Union held at Amritsar, Punjab Circle from 21th   to 23th March, 2010 on the above subject is forwarded herewith.

 

            You are requested kindly to consider the views put forth in the resolution and cause to issue necessary orders accordingly

                      

With high regards,

                                                                                      Yours faithfully

D.A.1

 

                                                                                   (S.S. MAHADEVAIAH)

                                                                                    General Secretary



Resolutions on Problems

The 6th All India conference in session at the historic place Amritsar, Punjab Circle from 21th   to 23th March, 2010 discussed at length various burning issues concerning GDS resolved unanimously the following for immediate settlement/improvement.  


RESOLUTION ON HOLDING THE DPC IN ALL CIRCLES:-


The DPC should be held in all circles and the senior most ED official should be provided departmental posts as soon as possible.Further requesting to revise/reiterate the instructions as the age limit should be considered from the vacancy year instead of year of notification.



 
Sd/-

President