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Thursday, April 28, 2011

HOIST MAY DAY FLAG AT ALL OFFICES ON 01-05-2011 - HOLD LUNCH HOUR MEETINGS ON 02-05-2011



Dear Comrades,
One hundred and fifty years ago, American working class declared 1st May 1886 as a deadline for implementing 8 hour work a day. Ever since, the struggle for social change is going on.. Every year we remember those comrades who have sacrificed their lives and resolve to put an end to the system of exploitation and strive for a better and healthier society for us and for our future generations.
The Capitalistic system is passing through its worst ever crisis - of its own creation - global warming, nuclear proliferation, wars in Afganistan, Iraq, and Libiya. Climate change is threatening our biological existence. The system is producing a global food crisis. Countless millions are suffering while a few are plundering the billions of national wealth.  Precious natural resources are squandered away to wage wars around the world. It is hard to imagine a bleaker situation than the current one.

In the Capitalistic world order the profit is the driving force of the economy. Neo-liberalism turns Nature from common resource to profit making commodity. In the present market driven economy the speculator sells what he does not even possess. The System is based on a pack of lies. Capitalism’s Hero is selfish individual who has no idea of what he is doing and how much damage he is causing to the Nature and to the future generations in the pursuit of his greed/selfish ends. Capitalism destroys human beings: reduces them to a disposable commodities. Can we imagine that the wars are waged for capturing the sources of raw materials and to create markets? Or for what else the war of Iraq was fought. The war escalated the oil prices and entire population world over has been burdened. The migration of humanity, the pollution, the destruction of wealth and natural resources, the human tragedy, the radiation hazard for generations together are the burden of humanity caused by war. But unmindful of all these, the greedy system driven by profit goes to any extent and takes the world to the brink of extinction.

In spite of enormous growth in the productive capacity of the working class, the general quality of life has not improved. In fact it is deteriorated. The plight of unemployed due to the global crisis is gravely affecting all categories of labour in all countries speaks loud enough for that. The all round degradation in the values is the hall mark of the present system in which we are living. In our own country we are witnessing the unfathomable scams, unhindered loot of the mineral wealth by the mining mafia, grabbing of lakhs of acres of land by the land sharks have plagued the country because these are the inbuilt vices of the model of the economy which we are proud of adopting!

Social relations of production should be directed not by search for profits but by the genuine needs of people and requirements of the socio-ecological sustainability. In this respect the irresponsible behavior of global capital is proved beyond reasonable doubt. The system that operates in the morally rotten way cannot survive. The challenge is to save the conditions of life on this planet to save human and other species; to change the course of history. As educated and organized working class it is our duty to fulfill our aspirations, learn to direct our energies to build a just society based on equality, where everyone can live with dignity. It is our duty to safe-guard the collective assets of the society and to oppose all such policies which aggrandize the private profit and impoverish the multitude of teeming millions. Let’s pledge on this day to built united movement of the working class to make a new world order a reality. May Day Zindabad! May Day Zindabad !!
With May Day Greetings

      

Tuesday, April 26, 2011

MEETING ON PRIORITY CHARTER OF DEMANDS OF AIPAEA

Comrades,
 DDG (PAF) has arranged a meeting with the AIPAEA on 4th May, 2011 to discuss the Priority Charter of Demands. I request all the Circles Secretaries to immediately provide feedback and other inputs on the Charter of Demands to the CHQ.
The letter received from the ACAO (PA-Admn) is given below.
 


No.202(3)/2011/PA Admn II/56
Ministry of Communications & IT
Department of Posts
PA Wing Dak Bhawan
Sansad Marg, New Delhi 110 001
                                                                                                           Dated 20th April 2011

To
Sri T Satyanarayana
B-17, F-3, Vignanpuri,
Vidyanagar
Hyderabad 500 044
Subject: 14 point Priority Charter of Demands dated 23-03-2011 submitted by
             General Secretary, AIPAEA CHQ 
Sir,
          Kindly refer to your letter No. AIPAEA/CHQ/2011 dated 23-03-2011 therein enclosed 14 point Priority Charter of Demands. In this connection, it is intimated that the DDG (PAF) has decided to hold a meeting with the Office Bearers of the Union on 4th May at 11.00 a.m in Dak Bhawan, New Delhi to discuss the issues mentioned therein.
                                                                  Yours faithfully,
                                                                   Sd/-,
                                                                  (R.S. Rawat)
                                                                 Assistant Chief Accounts Officer (PA-Admn)

Monday, April 25, 2011

Wednesday, April 20, 2011

MASSIVE DEMONSTRATION IN FRONT OF DAK BHAWAN, NEW DELHI

MASSIVE DEMONSTRATION IN FRONT OF DAK BHAWAN, NEW DELHI
CHARTER OF DEMANDS SUBMITTED TO SECRETARY, DEPARTMENT OF POSTS INDEFINITE STRIKE FROM 5TH JULY 2011

As per the call given by the Central JCA (NFPE, FNPO & GDS Unions) a massive demonstration took place in front of Postal Directorate (Dak Bhawan) New Delhi today (20.04.2011). About 1000 Postal & RMS Employees from Delhi Circle participated in the demonstration. After the demonstration a meeting was held in front of Dak Bhawan. Com. D. Kishan Rao, General Secretary, PIII FNPO welcomed the gathering. Com. K. V. Sridharan, General Secretary, P3, NFPE & Leader JCM (Staff Side) presided over the meeting. Com. M. Krishnan, Secretary General, NFPE, Com. D. Theagarajan, Secretary General, FNPO, Com. Giriraj Singh, General Secretary, R3 , NFPE, Com. Ishwar Singh Dabas, General Secretary, P4, NFPE, Com. Pranab Bhattacharjee, General Secretary, Admn. NFPE Com. P. Suresh, General Secretary, R4, NFPE, Com. A. H. Siddique, General Secretary, R4, FNPO Com. Chauhan, Asst. General Secretary, Postal Accounts, Com. Rajender Diwakar, Treasurer CHQ GDS addressed the meeting. Com. R. N. Parashar, Asst. Secretary General, NFPE offered vote of thanks.
After the demonstration and meeting, the JCA leaders submitted the joint memorandum to the Secretary, Department of Posts.
CENTRAL JCA MEETING HELD ON 20.04.2011
INTENSIVE CAMPAIGN PROGRAMME PLANNED
JOINT ALL INDIA CONVENTION OF CIRCLE SECRETARIES (NFPE, FNPO, GDS UNIONS)
AT CHENNAI ON 19.06.2011
As decided in the last meeting, the Central JCA met today (20.04.2011) at New Delhi and reviewed the preparations so far made for making the agitational programmes a grand success. JCA leaders are very much impressed with the large scale participation of employees in the demonstration held in front of Dak Bhawan on 20.04.2011. The Central JCA congratulated the employees of Delhi Circle for making the programme a grand success. JCA also congratulated the Postal & RMS employees including GDS through out the country for effectively implementing the programme of demonstration and submission of memorandum programme in all circles and Divisions.
After detailed discussion the Central JCA decided to intensify the campaign programmes by reaching out to each and every employee. The following decisions are taken.
1. The strike from July 5th will be indefinite.
2. Under no circumstances the strike will be deferred or withdrawn, unless a favourable settlement on major demands takes place, especially on policy offensives.
3. Joint State/Circle level convention of Divisional secretaries of JCA (NFPE, FNPO, GDS Unions) will be held in the month of May 2011. Dates of the Circle level conventions finalized will be published in the websites within two days.
4. An All India Joint convention of all Circle Secretaries of NFPE, FNPO and GDS Unions of all Circles will be held at Chennai (Tamilnadu) on 19.06.2011 (19th June 2011) Sunday. All Circle Secretaries should attend the All India convention without fail. Up and down tickets should be booked immediately. Delegate fee is Rs.600/- (Rs. Six hundred only) per head. The Reception Committee will make all arrangements for one day stay (accommodation) and food. Com. D. Theagarajan, Secretary General FNPO and Com. K. V. Sridharan, General Secretary P3 NFPE and Leader JCM staff side will be in charge of the reception committee.
5. All out effort should be made by all Circle/Divisional Secretaries to make the 25th May 2011 mass Dharna a grand success. Similarly the joint Circle Conventions should also be made grand success by the JCA leaders.

Summary record of discussions held during the third meeting of the Joint Committee on MACPS held on 1sth March, 2011

Tuesday, April 19, 2011

STITCHING CHARGES REVISED

Sunday, April 17, 2011

EXPLANATORY NOTE ON THE CHARTER OF DEMANDS BY CONFEDERATION

Comrades,
Confederation Secretary General has placed a detailed note on the demands in the Charter. The same is placed below. Please go through it. Explain the each demand in the charter to all the members. Implement the call on 20-04-2011 and submit the charter to the Head of the Department. Remember Postal JCA call is also there on the same day. Synchronize and implement these calls in a grand scale.
T.Satyanarayana
General Secretary

JOINT ACTION COMMITTEE OF ACCOUNTS & AUDIT EMPLOYEES AND OFFICERS ORGANIZATIONS

Comrades,
The apex JAC met at Hyderabad on 11-04-2011. The details of the decisions taken by the JAC are given in the JAC Circular No. 3. Please implement the JAC decisions and activate the local JACs, if  necessary by taking leading role. 
TSN/GS
CLICK HERE FOR THE JAC CIRCULAR - 3

Friday, April 15, 2011

COPY OF THE MEMORANDUM TO BE SUBMITTED ON 20-04-11


IMPORTANT/URGENT
Copy of the Memorandum to be submitted to Secretary, Department of Posts, CPMGs/PMGs/Divisional Heads on 20.04.2011
JOINT COUNCIL OF ACTION
NATIONAL FEDERATION OF POSTAL EMPLOYEES
FEDERATION OF NATIONAL POSTAL ORGANIZATIONS
ALL INDIA POSTAL EXTRA DEPARTMENTAL EMPLOYEES UNION
NATIONAL UNION OF GRAMIN DAK SEVAKS
NEW DELHI
No. JCA/AGTN/2011                                                                                           Date – 20.04.2011
To,
Ms. Radhika Doraiswamy
Secretary
Department of Posts
Dak Bhawan, New Delhi – 110001
Madam,
Sub: - Problems faced by the Postal and RMS Employees – Submission of Charter of Demands – regarding
Ref: - Our Letter No. JCA/AGTN/2011 dated 01.04.2011
The joint meeting of the National Federation of Postal Employees (NFPE), Federation of National Postal Organisations (FNPO) and GDS Unions has reviewed the situation prevailing in the Department of Posts and has decided to organize agitational programmes culminating in indefinite strike from 5th July 2011 for realization of the genuine demands of the Postal and RMS Employees and also to stop the disastrous policy offensives unleashed by the authorities such as closure/merger of Post offices/RMS offices, outsourcing, contractorisation etc. we have already submitted a letter dated 01.04.2011 detailing the issues which are agitating the minds of the entirety of Postal/RMS employees including Gramin Dak Sevaks.
Accordingly, we hereby submit a Charter of Demands containing the items which are to be discussed and settled amicably, failing which we will be compelled to resort to agitational programmes as mentioned in our letter dated 01.04.2011.
With regards,
Yours faithfully,
M. Krishnan
Secretary General, NFPE
D. Theagarajan
 Secretary General, FNPO

K. V. Sridharan
General Secretary, AIPEU Group ‘C’

D. Kishan Rao
General Secretary, NAPE Group ‘C’
Ishwar Singh Dabas
General Secretary
AIPEU -Postmen & MSE/Group ‘D’
T. N. Rahate
General Secretary
NAPE Postmen, MTS & Group ‘D’
Giriraj Singh
General Secretary
AIRMS & MMS EU Group ‘C’
D. Theagarajan
General Secretary
R-3, FNPO
P. Suresh
General Secretary
AIRMS & MMS EU MG & Group ‘D’
A. H. Siddique
General Secretary
R-4, FNPO
Pranab Bhattacharjee
General Secretary
AIPAOEU – NFPE
O.P.Khanna
General Secretary
AIPAOA(FNPO)
S. S. Mahadevaiah
General Secretary
AIPEDEU
P.U.Muralidharan
General Secretary
GDS – NUPE
T. Satyanarayanan
General Secretary
AIPAEA
H.L. RAMTEKE
General Secretary
AIPAOA
S. Appanraj
General Secretary
AIPSBCOEA
S. Sambandam
General Secretary
NASBCO
S. A. Raheem
General Secretary
AIPCWEA
Pratha Pritam Ghorai
General Secretary
NUCWEA
NB: - Please enclose Charter of demands which is already circulated.

Thursday, April 14, 2011

AIPAEA CIRCULAR 48

Tuesday, April 12, 2011

WELCOME THE NEW MEMBERS -- STRENGTHEN THE AIPAEA



COMRADES,
PLEASE USE THIS FORM TO ADMIT THE NEW MEMBERS 
                 (JOINING ASSOCIATION FOR THE FIRST TIME)  

LETTER OF AUTHORIZATION
To,
----------------------
----------------------
----------------------
(Designation and address of the Drawing & Disbursing Officer)

I  _________________________________________________ (Name & Designation),being a member of All India Postal Accounts Employees Association hereby authorize deduction of monthly subscription of Rs. 25/-, per month from my salary starting from the month of July 2011 payable on 31-07-2011 and authorize its payment to the above mentioned Service Association.
                I hereby certify that I have not submitted authorization in favour of any other Service Association. If the above information is found incorrect, I fully understand that my authorization for the Association becomes invalid.

Station:                                                                             Signature ___________________ 
Date:
                                                                Name( in Capitals) _________________________

                                                               Designation _________________________________

_________________________________________________________________________________________

To be filled by the Association

It is certified that Shri/Smt/__________________________________________ is a member of All India Postal Accounts Employees Association.

It is further certified that the above authorization has been signed by Shri/Smt __________________ in my presence.

                                                                                   Signature ___________________________

                                                   Name of Authorized Office Bearer________________________

Signature____________________
____________________________
Name (in Capital) of the member


Form 2
Letter of Authorization to be used by the Member who wishes to shift his membership.

LETTER OF AUTHORIZATION

To,
The_______________________
__________________________
___________________________
(Designation & Address of the Drawing and Disbursing Officer)

                I,  __________________________________________________ (Name & Designation of the member) am a member of the _________________________________________ (Name of the Service Association) now.  I wish to withdraw my membership from the said Service Association with immediate effect. I declare that my earlier Letter of Authorization submitted in favour of the said Service Association may please be treated as withdrawn.

                I decide to become member of All India Postal Accounts Employees Association. Hence, I hereby authorize  the deduction of monthly subscription of Rs.25/-, per month from my salary starting from the month of July, 2011 payable on 31-07-2011 and authorize its payment to the All India Postal Accounts Employees Association.

                                                                                                        Signature _____________________

                                                                 Name (in Capital) & Designation ______________________
Station:
Date:

_________________________________________________________________________________________
TO BE FILLED BY THE ASSOCIATION

It is certified that Shri /Smt. ___________________________________________________ is a member of All India Postal Accounts Employees Association.
It is further certified that the above authorization has been signed by Shri/Smt_________________________________________________ in my presence.

                                                                                          Signature ______________________

                                                                                               ___________________________
                                                                     Name of the Authorized Office Bearer(in Capitals)
______________________
(Signature of the Member)
______________________
     (Name in Capitals)


Friday, April 8, 2011

Thursday, April 7, 2011

TRANSFER/POSTING ORDER OF DIRECTOR OF ACCOUNTS (POSTAL)

The following Transfer/Posting in the JAG/NFSG of the Indian P&T Accounts and Finance Service Group-A is made vide Department of Telecommunications, New Delhi Order dated 6th April, 2011.


Sl.No. Name of the Officer               Present Posting                                     Posting on transfer

1. Ms.Sapna Pramod              Jt.CCA, O/o CCA,Karnataka                       DA(P), Trivendrum

2. Sh.S.Tarachand                    Jt.CCA, O/o CCA,Karnataka                     DA(P), Bangalore vice
                                                                                                                    Ms.Indu Madhavi
3. Sh.Sanjay Kumar                 Jt. CCA O/o UP (East)                            Director(B&A), DOP HQrs

                                                                                                                    Vice Shri Brajesh Singh

4. Sh.Manohara Rao                     DA(P), Cuttack                             Jt.CCA, O/o CCA. Karnataka

                                                                                                               Vice Shri. S. Tarachand

5. Sh. Anil Pratap Salunke              DA(P), Delhi                                   Director(LF), DOT Hqurs

6. Ms.M. Anita                             DA(P),  Hyderabad                            DA(P), Shillong Vice Sh.D

                                                                                                                   Valte.

7. Ms. Nivedita Srivastava                   DA(P), Lucknow                         Director(LF), DOT Hqurs

8. Sh. Udai Bhan Tiwari                     DA(P), Patna                                Jt.CCA. O/o CCA Bihar

9. Ms. Aparajita Atique                  DA(P), Bhopal                                 DA(P), Lucknow

10. Dr.Brijesh Singh                   Director(PA-1),DoP Hqrs                  Director VA, DoT Hqrs vice
                                                                                                             Ms. Monali P Dhakate

11. Sh.Daizakam Valte                DA(P), Shillong                                 Jt.CCA O/o CCA Assam

12. Sh. Joydeep Guha               On Study Leave                                   DA(P),Kolkata vice Sh.S.C.Jha

13. Sh. HGS Dhakad               Jt.CCA,O/o Madhya Pradesh              DA(P), Bhopal vice
                                                                                                           viceMs.Aparajita Sharma

14. Ms. Monali P. Dhakate     Director VA, DoT Hqrs.                           Director (A/C-II), DoT Hqrs.

15. Sh.Sangeet Kumar             Jt.CCA, O/o Bihar                                DA(P),Patna vice Sh. U.B.
                                                                                                                   Tiwari
     
16. Sh. A.R.Shym                  Jt. CCA, O.o CCA Tamilnadu                  DA(P), Hyderabad vice Ms.
                                                                                                             M. Anita

17 Ms.Julia Mohapatra             On Deputation to CGDA Pune              DA(P), Dilhi vice Sh. AP
                                                                                                             Salunk

18. Ms. Julia Mohapatra                On Deputation to CGDA Pune              DA(P) Delhi vice Sh.A.P.
                                                                                                                   Salunke

1. Sh Shahnawaz                        Director(LF) DOT Hqrs                           Director (WF), DOT Hqrs.
                                                                                                                     Vice Shri Rajeev Prakash

2. Sh. Rajeev Prakash                   Director (WF),                              DOT Hqurs Jt.CCA, JAO UP(West)

The transfer of the above two officers will take effect w.e.f. 30th June,2011.



Sd/-

V.R.Nagaraja Sharma

ADG (SEA)

Sunday, April 3, 2011

POSTAL JCA CHARTER OF DEMANDS


JOINT COUNCIL OF ACTION
NATIONAL FEDERATION OF POSTAL EMPLOYEES
FEDERATION OF NATIONAL POSTAL ORGANIZATIONS
ALL INDIA POSTAL EXTRA DEPARTMENTAL EMPLOYEES UNION
NATIONAL UNION OF GRAMIN DAK SEVAKS
NEW DELHI

CHARTER OF DEMANDS
1.      1. STOP CLOSURE/MERGER OF PO/RMS OFFICES INCLUDING ED BOs. REVIEW THE OREDERS IMPLEMENTING SPEED POST HUBS AND DELIVERY HUBS AND RESTORE STATUS QUO ANTE. STOP OUT-SOURCING THE WORKS OF POSTAL, RMS AND MMS FUNCTIONS.
2.      2. GRANT STATUS AS CENTRAL CIVIL SERVANTS TO GDS EMPLOYEES FOR ALL PURPOSES INCLUDING SERVICE BENEFITS, LEAVE, BONUS AND TRADE UNION FACILITIES. SCRAP NEW RECRUITMENT RULES FOR APPOINTMENT AS POSTMEN WHICH CURTAILS PROMOTIONAL AVENUES – RESTORE PREVIOUS RULES AND WITHDRAW TIGHTENED NORMS FOR BPM’S WORK.
3.     3. REVISE THE WAGES OF CASUAL LABOURERS AND CONTINGENT EMPLOYEES W.E.F. 01-01-2006 BASED ON THE MINIMUM PAY RECOMMENDED BY 6TH CPC.  STOP OUTSOURCING THE WORK OF CASUAL LABOURERS AND CONTINGENT WORKERS. GRANT TEMPORARY STATUS TO ELIGIBLE FULL TIME CASUAL LABOURERS, CONVERT PART TIME INTO FULL TIME, ABSORB FULL TIME , PART TIME CONTINGENT EMPLOYEES IN VACANT GDS POSTS.
44 4. IMMEDIATELY REVISE OF OTA & OSA RATES
5.    5.  IMPLEMENT THE ASSURANCES MADE ON 12-07-2010 STRIKE SETTLEMENT AND ALSO THE JCM DEPARTMENTAL COUNCIL MEETING HELD ON 23-08-2010. ENSURE PROMPT HOLDING OF DEPARTMENTAL COUNCIL MEETINGS.
6.    6.IMMEDIATELY FINALIZE AND IMPLEMENT CADRE RESTRUCTURING  PROPOSALS INCLUDING POSTAL ACCOUNTS, AS ASSURED BY SECRETARY DEPARTMENT OF POSTS.
7.    7STOP DECENTRALIZATION OF POSTAL ACCOUNTS, PLI AND RPLI AND ENSURE STATUS QUO.
8.   8.  EXPEDITE THE PROCESS OF FILLING OF ALL VACANT POSTS IN ALL WINGS INCLUDING GDS.
9.   9STOP IMPLEMENTATION OF POSTMASTER CADRE TILL FINALIZATION OF CADRE RE-STRUCTURING. ENSURE 100% FILLING UP OF LSG, HSG-II, HSG-I BEFORE IMPLEMENTATION OF POSTMASTERS CADRE, REMOVE THE RETROGRADE ELIGIBILITY CONDITIONS FOR APPEARING THE EXAMINATION AND ALLOW ACCOUNT LINE OFFICIALS.
1010STOP COMBINATION OF BEATS/ BOUBLE DUTY, STOP HARASSMENT OF STAFF UNDER PROJECT ARROW. SETTLE THE DEMANDS RAISED IN THE POSTMEN COMMITTEE SUCH AS DISTANCE FACTOR, NUMBER OF ARTICLES, CYCLE ALLOWANCE WITHOUT DISTANCE CONDITION, CASH-PAYMENT FOR UNIFORM AND KIT ALLOWANCES, SUPPLY OF GOOD QUALITY UNIFORMS, REVISION OF NORMS.
1111FIX NORMS FOR NEWLY ASSIGNED WORKS OF MTS. ALLOW TO DECLINE POST MAN PROMOTION FOR MTS UNDER SENIORITY QUOTA AND REVIEW THE RECRUITMENT RULES OF MTS TO POSTMAN/MAIL GUARDS.
1212GRANT PROMOTIONS TO DRIVERS/ARTISANS AT PAR WITH OTHER C.G ORGANIZATIONS LIKE RAILWAYS/DEFENCE. HIGHER PAY SCALES TO CHARGE HAND & DRIVERS. REVISION OF CRC EPP AND LOGISTIC NORMS. 
1  13.. DECLARE SBCO STAFF AS DIVISIONAL CADRE, STOP HARASSMENT OF SBCO OFFICIALS UNDER CONTRIBUTORY FACTORS. COMPLETE THE LEDGER AGREEMENT WORK OF SBCO UP TO DATE BEFORE LAUNCHING POST BANK.
1414FILL UP ALL POSTAL CIVIL WING AND ELECTICAL WING POSTS AS PER CPWD NORMS. CREATION OF POSTAL/ELECTRICAL AND ARCHITECTURAL DIVISION IN EVERY CIRCLE. EXPEDITE THE RESTRUCTURING OF CIVIL WING CADRES.
1515. ENSURE FULL FLEDGED FUNCTIONING OF NEWLY FORMED PAOs BY PROVIDING ADEQUATE STAFF STRENGTH AND ACCOMMODATION. RECTIFY THE ANOMALY CAUSED DUE TO PROMOTION OF GROUP ‘D’ OFFICIALS TO THE CADRE OF LDC AFTER 2006. RESTORE THE RESIDENCY PERIOD OF THREE YEARS IN RESPECT OF JA TO SA PROMOTION RETROSPECTIVELY W.E.F. 13-12-2006. GRANT MACP TO THOSE JOINED IN SORTER CADRE TREATING LDC AS ENTRY GRADE AS THE SORTER GRADE HAS BEEN DEFUNCT SINCE 2000.
1616. DROP THE PROPOSED MOVE OF ENDING THE SERVICES OF EXISTING SYSTEM ADMINISTRATORS BY OUT-SOURCING THE TECHNOLOGY WORK TO THE OUTSIDE AGENCIES. CREATE THE SYSTEM ADMINISTRTOR POSTS AS ASSURED AND SPECIFY NORMS AND OTHER WORKS.
1717.COUNT THE PAST SERVICES RENDERED BY ERSTWHILE RTPs FOR PROMOTIONS AND MACP.
1818IMPLEMENT APEX COURT JUDGEMENT IN CASE OF RRR CANDIDATES IN TRUE SPRIT AND EXTEND TO ALL APPROVED RRR CANDIDATES AWAITING ABSORPTION.
19 19STOP HARASSING AND VICTIMIZATION OF INNOCENT OFFICIALS UNDER CONTRIBUTORY NEGLIGENCE FACTORS. IMPLEMENT THE TRUE SPIRIT OF GOVT. ORDERS AND VOLUMES AND NO RECOVERY SHOULD BE MADE IF THE CONCERNED IS NOT DIRECTLY RESPONSIBLE FOR THE LOSS SUSTAINED TO THE DEPARTMENT.
20 20. STOP DISCRIMINATION TOWARDS PO&RMS ACCOUNTS CADRE. CREATE SEPARATE CADRE AND COUNT SPECIAL ALLOWANCE FOR FIXATION ON PROMOTION. WITHDRAW THE RECOVERY IMPOSED ON POSTMAN PAY FIXATION.
21 21. ENHANCE THE LR STRENGTH ON ALL CADRES TO THE EXTENT OF 20% AND FILL UP ALL VACANT LR POSTS.
22 22. ENSURE PROMPT GRANT OF CHILD CARE LEAVE AS PER THE LIBERALISED ORDERS, UNNECESSARY HURDLES PUT FORTH SHOULD BE DROPPED.