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Wednesday, August 20, 2014

AIPAEA ALL INDIA PROTEST DAY - DRAFT RESOLUTION

COM. PLEASE FIND THE BELOW GIVEN DRAFT RESOLUTION. HOLD THE DEMONSTRATION 
ON 21-08-2014 AND ADOPT THE RESOLUTION. SEND THE RESOLUTION TO ALL THE AUTHORITIES BY SPEED POST. RESOLUTION COPY TO NFPE AND AIPAEA MAY BE SENT BY POST.
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RESOLUTION

The General Body meeting of this Association held on 21-08-14, unanimously resolved to condemn the harassment unleashed by the General Manager (Finance) PAO, Chennai and request immediate intervention of the Authorities to stop the autocratic actions. Scrapping the Book Section, violation of Codes and Manuals, imposing recovery of TA/DA from the IA party, disrespect for the dialogue with Staff Side to resolve the issues, issuing charge sheets to more than 100 officials are some of the arbitrary decisions imposed by GM (Finance) forced the Staff of PAO Chennai to launch the prolonged agitation. To top it all, the GM (Finance) orally ordered to stop serving the breakfast in the departmental canteen with effect from 13-08-14. Canteen is out of bound for the Staff in the morning. Many employees who are rushing to office by 9.15 AM by commuting a distance of more than 40 Kms are denied the basic need of having a breakfast. The average age profile of the Staff is above 54 years and majority is vulnerable to diabetes, Blood Pressures and other health problems. Such employees are denied the facility to have breakfast in the Departmental Canteen. Entire peaceful atmosphere is vitiated. Entire Chennai PAO Staff is on agitation mode for quite a long time. The advise of the DDG(PAF) has not been heeded. To lodge the strong protest this Association has held two-day protest demonstrations as part of observance of the All India protest call given by the CHQ of this Association. This General Body requests immediate action to stop and reverse the arbitrary decisions of the GM (Finance) Chennai.

This General Body also strongly condemns the unilateral actions of the DA (P) and GM (Finance) of PAO Kolkata. The arbitrary decision to squeeze the PA sections at Kolkata will have major ramifications on the Staff strength of the PAO. This General Body express its concern over the growing tendency on the part of the Circle authorities to abandon the dialogue with Service Associations and their disinterest for a democratic decision making process is the root cause of the frictions, be it in Chennai, Kolkata or other PAOs like Lucknow where attempts are being made to arbitrarily enhance the out-turn of CC work without any work study. A decisive intervention is requested to stop such actions of the Circle authorities.  

This General Body express its deep anguish over the injustice done to the SC/ST candidates who appeared to the JAO (P) Part-II examination held in the year 2012. Though the examination is conducted on the basis of the Recruitment Rules of the JAO, review of the results is denied on the ground that the present AAO post is a gazetted post. The AAO Recruitment Rules are non-existent till date. Such imaginary RRs cannot be made applicable to the JAO (P) Part-II exam. The Central Head Quarters of this Association has been requesting the Directorate to consider this issue and do justice. But till date the issue has not been settled. This General Body urges the Authorities to immediately cause action to favourably settle this long pending issue.




To
1.    The Secretary,
             Department of Posts,
             Dak Bhawan,
             New Delhi – 110 001
2.    The Member Finance,
              Department of Telecom,
              Sanchar Bhawan – 110 001
3.    The DDG (PAF),
             Department of Posts
             Dak Bhavan,
            New Delhi-110001.
4.    The CPMG, Tamilnadu Circle, Chennai-
5.    The GM(Finance), Postal Accounts, Tamilnadu Circle, Chennai.
6.    The GM(Finance),  Postal Accounts, W.B.Circle, Kolkata
7.    The Secretary General, NFPE, North Avenue P.O. Building, New Delhi- 110 001.
8.    The General Secretary, AIPAEA, 13-B, DAO Flats, New Mahavir Nagar, New Delhi-110 018.




Tuesday, August 19, 2014

HOLD PROTEST DEMONSTRATIONS ON 20-08-14 & 21-08-14 CONDEMN THE HARASSMENT UNLEASHED BY GM(FINANCE) CHENNAI


All India Protest Demonstrations
Two-day protest demonstrations should be held from 20-08-2014 to 21-08-2014 during the lunch-hour at all the Postal Accounts Offices demanding the immediate action on the following three issues. Resolution should be passed on 21-08-2014 and sent by fax to the Secretary (Posts), DDG(PAF) CPMG Chennai & West Bengal. Observance of the programme should be intimated to the CHQ by SMS after final day Protest. Draft resolution will be circulated separately.

1.  Stop harassment of Chennai PAO Staff – Scrap the unilateral decisions of the  G.M(Finance) Chennai.
2.     Stop abolition of PA Sections in Kolkata PAO.
3.    Review the marks of JAO (P) Part-II examination held in the year 2012.

                                    

Monday, August 18, 2014


CONFEDERATION DECLARES NATIONWIDE AGITATIONAL PROGRAMMES

Dear Comrades,

The National Sectt. of the Confederation met at New Delhi on 11.08.2014 to consider the follow up action required in the matter of some of the pressing issues on which Confederation had organized series of agitational programmes prior to the commencement of the Election process of the 16th Lok Sabha. The CHQ has received reports from various affiliates to the effect that they have all endorsed the common memorandum, the Confederation had submitted to the 7th CPC. Most of the affiliates have emailed copies of the respective memorandum to the CHQ. Those who have not sent copies are requested to do so without further loss of time. This will enable the Confederation to write to the 7thCPC to provide an opportunity to these organizations to tender oral evidence to explain and elucidate their submissions in the memorandum.

The meeting noted that there has been only negative response from the Government on the issues of Interim Relief and merger of DA. We have already sent to you a copy of our letter addressed to the Secretary, Staff Side, JCM National Council, (Com. Shivgopal Mishra) which is yet to be responded. The meeting considered the following issues as important, the pursuance of which must not brook any delay, especially in the background that the 7th CPC has formally written to the Government asking it to indicate the course of action required to be taken on the memorandum of the staff side on Interim Relief and merger of DA.

CHARTER OF DEMANDS

  1.      Merger of DA with pay for all employees with effect from 01.01.2014 including Gramin  Dak Sewaks and pensioners.
  2.   Grant of Interim Relief to all employees including Gramin Dak Sewaks and Pensioners.
  3.   Inclusion of Gramin Dak Sevaks under the purview of 7th Central pay Commission.
  4.       Scrap PFRDA Act and grant of statutory pension to all.
  5.       Date of effect of 7th CPC recommendations should be 01.01.2014.
  6.       Regularization and revision of wages of casual laboures and contract workers.
  7.       Removal of 5% condition for compassionate appointments.
  8.       Fill up al vacant posts and creation of new posts wherever justified.
  9.  Stop downsizing, outsourcing, contractorisation and privatisation of Government functions.
  10.   Grant Productivity linked Bonus to all without ceiling; compute Bonus as weighted average of PLB for those not covered by PLB agreement.
  11.    Revise OTA and Night Duty Allowance and implement Arbitration Awards.
The meeting also considered the policy perception of the new Government in the light of the administrative price hike in petroleum products, the proposals in the Railway and General Budget, the steep hike in the freight and passenger fares of Railways, the decision to hike FDI in Defence Production, Railway Infrastructure and Insurance sectors, disinvestment of public sector including nationalized banks and have come to the inescapable conclusion that under Narendra Modi dispensation, the neo-liberal policies, as expected, will only be intensified and the promised “Achche Din” is for the Corporate giants of the country. The last session of the Parliament witnessed the determination of the NDA Government in changing the labour laws on the lines of the enactment made by Rajasthan Government of Vasundhara Raje Scindhia by virtue of which in almost 90% of the manufacturing units in India, the employers are permitted to indulge in hire and fire policy, for the existing regulations will be dispensed with.

The meeting came to the decision that the Confederation must organise serious and prolonged campaign, preferably in unison with the Railway and Defence Federations. We will pursue our consultation with those Federations to reach a common approach in the matter. Since it might take some more time, the meeting decided to pursue the demands through a demonstrative programme.

11th September 2            11th  September 2014:   Submission of the Charter of Demands along with a brief Note to all Heads of Offices by arranging demonstration in front of all offices; the branch level/district/divisional/state level leaders will explain the demands especially the memorandums on interim relief, DA merger and GDS issues.
19th September      19th September 2014:  Dharna between 10 AM to 3 PM at all important state/districts/divisional centers.
25th September 2      25th  September 2014: Dharna between 10 AM to 3 PM at New Delhi with participation of the leaders of all affiliates and the members working in the city of Delhi (at a central place-to be decided by the Confederation Delhi State committee).

Confederation office Bearers will meet again at Delhi on 26.09.2014, 5 PM to decide further course of action. Confederation will bring out pamphlets and bulletins to explain various issues like minimum wage, DA, Bonus; GDS problems etc. shortly as part of an education campaign. The detailed campaign programme to be undertaken after Diwali festival will be intimated later.

Comradely yours,

(M. Krishnan)
Secretary General



Sunday, August 10, 2014

COM. VEERESH, CIRCLE SECRETARY, AIPAEA, BANGALORE BEREAVED

Smt.  Annapurnamma, mother of Com. Veeresh, Circle Secretary, AIPAEA, Bangalore passed away in the sleep on the early hours of 10-08-14. She is 79 years old. 
AIPAEA conveys heartfelt condolences. May her Soul rest in peace.

Saturday, August 9, 2014

AIPAEA CIRCULAR 77 - ATTENTION PLEASE

Friday, August 8, 2014

JAC CIRCULAR - 9

JOINT ACTION COMMITTEE OF
ACCOUNTS & AUDIT EMPLOYEES & OFFICERS ORGANISATIONS
17/2 – C, P & T Quarters, Kali Bari Marg, New Delhi: - 110001
Email: v.aicaea@mail.com

No: JAC/ Circular -09/2014                                                                                Date: 4th August, 2014
                                                                                                            
To
            Chief Executive of Constituent Organizations     
            and Conveners, local JACs,

Dear Comrades,

NATIONAL CONVENTION ON
SUBMISSION OF MEMORANDUM TO 7CPC HELD AT DELHI 19.07.2014

            As per the decision,  the National Convention of Accounts and Audit Employees and officers on submission of common memorandum to 7CPC and revival of JAC functioning at all levels was held in Azad Bhawan, ITO, New Delhi on 19th July 2014 from 11 AM to 4.30 PM. More than 250 Delegates representing All India Audit and Accounts Association, All India Postal Accounts Employees Association, All India Defence Accounts Employees Association, All India Civil Accounts Employees Association, All India Civil Accounts Employees Association Category-II, All India Association of Pay and Accounts Officer (Civil), All India Audit and Accounts Officers Association and All India Divisional Accounts Officers Association participated in the convention.

            A presidium comprising Com. M.S. Raja, Chairman apex JAC and Secretary General, All India A&A Assn, Com. K. Venkatasubramanian, President, Ail India Civil Accounts Employees Association, Com. S.S. Chauhan, President, AI Assn of PAO (Civil), Com. A.K. Mehta, President, AICAEA Cat-II, Com. Santhosh Kumar, President, AI Postal Accounts Employees Assn, Com. P. Prabhakar, President, AI A&A Officers Assn, Com. Vikas Sharma, DAOA and Com. (Smt.) L. Swaminathan, Chairperson, National Women Committee, NFCAA, presided over the Convention.

            A steering committee comprising of Com. V. Bhattacharjee, Convenor apex JAC and Secretary General, NFCAA, Com. M. Duraipandian, President, AIA&AA, Com. T. Satanarayana, General Secretary, AIPAEA, Com. G.P. Dutta, Secretary General, AIDAEA, Com. S. Mohan, Secretary General, AIA&AOA, Com. G.K. Nair, Secretary General, AICAEA Category –II, Com. A.B. Sunilkumar, Secretary General, AIAPA (Civil) and Com. P.K. Mittal, Secretary General, AIDAOA managed the state of affairs of the convention.

            The convention was inaugurated by Com. K.K.N. Kutty, President, Confederation of Central Government Employees & workers. In his inaugural speech, Com. Kutty congratulated the Accounts and Audit Employees and Officers for organising the convention in a grand scale. Further, Com. Kutty explained the approach taken by the Staff Side, National Council (JCM) and confederation of Central Government Employees before the 7CPC in brief. He wished that Convention would reinvigorate the audit and accounts movement.

            On behalf of the steering committee, Com. V.Bhattacharjee, Convenor placed the Draft Declaration for the consideration of the house.

            More than 30 delegates representing various constituents of apex JAC as well as local JACs took part in the deliberation on the draft Declaration. On completion of a detailed deliberation, the Draft declaration that was placed before the house by the Steering Committee, with minor amendments, was adopted unanimously by the Convention.

             The Convention decided that:

  1. A joint memorandum on the Pay Scales of different common categories of Accounts and Audit  Employees and officer shall be submitted to the 7th CPC by apex level Joint Action Committee of Accounts and Audit Employees and Officers Organizations under the joint signatures of Chief Executives of constituents of apex JAC.

  1. It is essential to buildup united movement of Accounts and Audit Officers and Employees so that the demands already raised before the Government of India and the demands being raised before 7CPC through the memorandum could be achieved. Branches/Circles/Units of constituents of apex JAC shall, therefore, take all necessary steps to form the local JACs at their respective stations within 30th September 2014. Apex level JAC leaders shall visit the stations for the purpose of formation of local JACs and the local leadership concerned are requested to  send their requirement in this regard to JAC headquarters well in advance.  
             
With warm greetings,


(V. Bhattacharjee)

Convener