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Wednesday, February 17, 2021

NFPE Federal Executive meeting Circular

 

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 No.PF-1(e) 2021 Date: 17th February-2021


 CIRCULAR


To, All General Secretaries / NFPE Office bearers


All Circle / Divisional and Branch Secretaries of NFPE Affiliated Unions


 Comrades,


             NFPE Federal Executive meeting was held at Bangalore on 13.02.2021. The meeting begins after paying homage to the departed leaders com. M.S.Raja, R. Seethalakshmi, S.S.Roy, R. Sivanarayana, T. Narasimhan,N R Malviya and Ex President of India Sri. Pranab Mukherjee, and other eminent personalities who lost their life during this period.


 Com. P. V. Rajendran President NFPE presided over the meeting. Com. R.N.Parashar presented the report. All General Secretaries except Com. Venkata Subbu G/S Admin Union (Represented by com. S. Bhaskaran ) and all office bearers attended the meeting. Com. C.C.Pillai Ex S/G and Com. Girirajsingh Ex President were also present. All the items of agenda proposed were discussed in detail and following resolutions adopted unanimously and decided to organize phased programme of action for settling the issues.


RESOLUTIONS:


1. Withdraw the orders freezing the DA and DR of CG employees and pensioners and impounding of arrears till 30.06.2021.


2. Scrap the New Pension Scheme and Restore OPS. Grant compensation for non deposit or delayed deposit of contribution under NPS.


3. Settle all Covid related issues. Grant special CL for the Covid treatment/quarantine to the departmental as well as GDS employees. Include Postal employees in priority list for Covid vaccination. Regularise the absence due to lockdown as work at home as per the directions DOPT. Grant compensation of Rs.10 lakhs to the family of the deceased due to covid-19.


4. Fill up all vacant posts in all cadres including HSG11&HSG1 by relaxing the recruitment rules.


5. Settle the net work connectivity issues in POs, RMS and other deptl offices.


6.Settle the issue of denial of increment after 180 days to those officials who opted the fixation on promotion/financial upgradation etc. 180 days may be treated as 6 months as done in other cases.


7. Implement all left out recommendations of Kamlesh Chandra committee report like financial upgradation, insurance coverage etc. to GDS employees.


8.Implement cadre restructuring in all left out categories without further delay.


9. Stop harassment of officials in the name of unscientific business targets and compelling the officials to work on Sundays and holidays for melas etc.


10. Withdraw the Rule 365 of Postal manual volume 1V regarding yearly examination in sorting for granting annual increment for SAs in RMS.


11. Withdraw the Dte orders regarding denying federations from taking up the issues of GDS employees.


12. Resume all transit sections of RMS whenever the trains starts operation. Allow minimum 50 seats in all sections to get 2 doors for mail exchange.


13. Stop opening of unscientific CSC in POs, especially in single handed POs. Stop outsourced postal agent system. Discuss with staff before implementation of all new proposals and schemes.


14. Stop merger/closure of L2 mail offices. Strengthen L2 offices by introducing parcel and speed processing in L2 offices. Fix norms for the work in CRC, PH, SPEEDHUB etc.


15. Conduct membership verification by check off system for deptl employees. Verification of GDS unions also be carried out without any delay.


16. Conduct physical periodical meetings with staff unions in time at all level.


17. Stop decentralization of Postal ACs. Repatriate all officials who have been transferred to PAO Vijayawada against their option.


18. Stop harassment in the name of contributory negligence in SBCO. SBCO may be brought under the control GM PA&F with change in nomenclature.


19. Absorb PTCL/FTCL against GDS/MTS vacancies . Issue directions for implementation of Dte orders for payment of wages with arrears.


20. Maintain separate identity of all Cadres i.e. PA CO and PA SBCO etc.


Following programme of actions decided by federal executive for settlement of the demands:


1. First phase= Massive Dharna in all divisions during April 2021. Vigorous campaign should be organized by the division unions to educate the members about our demands and the attitude of Dept due to the anti-worker policies of the NDA Govt. Before the first phase of action, organize general body meetings, conventions, printing leaflets and campaign through social media.


2. Second phase= Day long dharna in front of all circle offices during May 2021. All circle office bearers and division secretaries of affiliates must participate in the dharna.


3. Third phase= Dharna at Dak Bhavan during May 2021. Circle secretaries and CHQ office bearers of all affiliated unions must participate in the dharna.


 4. ALL INDIA STRIKE CONVENTION:


 All India convention for declaring further course of action including strike will be held at New Delhi during June 2021.


  Dates of the above programmes, revised charter of demands after in- corporating the resolutions adopted in the federal executive meeting and quota for participation in the All India convention from circles and affiliated unions will be fixed and intimated soon.


Other important decisions of federal executive meeting are given below:


 1. MEMBERSHIP VERIFICATION:


 Hectic campaign should be organizedfor increasing the membership in all divisions in the forth coming membership verification. Fix a target for the increase of membership and work hard for attaining the target. Ensure maximum membership for AIPEU GDS with the help of P3, P4, R3 and R4 unions and to ensure AIPEU GDS as the number one in membership.


2. Decided to strengthen AIPEU GDS and AII INDIA CASUAL PART TIME CONTINGENT AND CONTRACT WORKERS FEDERATION in all divisions.


 3. Decided to go ahead with the appeal filed in the High Court against the exparte judgement of CAT regarding the regularization of GDS employees.


 4. Thorough discussion and review was held regarding the 26th November strike. Even though there was no physical campaign and last minute withdrawal of FNPO, strike was success in majority of the circles. Federal Executive conveys red salute to all comrades who participated in the strike and worked for the success of strike. It was also decided to rectify the weakness happened in some parts by the concerned unions and to build up and strengthen the unity for future struggles.


  5. ALL INDIA STUDY CAMP:


 Federal Executive meeting decided to organize study Camp/Work Shop to educate and built up new layer of leadership during the month of August 2021 in two zones. South zone camp will be held at Kerala and North Zone will be held at Delhi Circle and division secretaries of all affiliates should participate in the camp. Kerala, Karnataka, Tamil Nadu, Andhra Pradesh, Telengana, Odisha and Maharashtra circle will attend South Zone Camp and all the remaining circles will attend north zone camp. More details of the study camp will be informed later.


With revolutionary Greetings


        Yours Comradely,


                                                                                             (R.N. Parashar)  


                                                                                            Secretary General

Photos of lunch hour protest Demonstration on 17.02.2021

 




















Tuesday, February 16, 2021

DRAFT RESOLUTION TO BE PASSED ON 17.02.2021 AFTER DEMONSTRATION


RESOLUTION- 1

The General Body of this Association at …………………………….. held on 17.02.2021, unanimously express its deep concern and its strong protest over the reported move of the Department of Posts to decentralize the PAOs, under the guise of Cadre review / Restructuring, stripping the functions of PAO and to make the PAO into a lean organization in the post CSI environment.

            The Postal Board on many occasions has assured that the Postal Accounts will not be decentralized. With the advent of modern information technology in the Department of Posts, the need for any such physical deployment of Accounts and Audit personnel is obliterated. It is also not out of place to submit that the decision to decentralize the Postal Accounts has been taken time and again at the back of the Staff Side, the major stakeholder of the organization. The Staff Side has insisted several times to spell out the role of the Postal Accounts in the CSI environment. But, the Staff Side has never been taken into confidence. Now, suddenly, the unilateral observations/recommendations of the Committee in connection with Cadre review of Gr. ‘C’/ Gr. ’B’ (Non-gazetted) of PAOs, reflected vide minutes of the meeting of Cadre review committee dated 04.02.2021 are indicative of Decentralization of PAOs in the name of functional requirements and promotional avenues. The recommendations of the committee are detrimental to the interest of staff of PAOs and the existence of PAOs itself. Proposal submitted by this Association have been totally ignored. Recommendations of the committee are in fact nothing but the road map for decentralization of PAOs at Divisional/HO level, due to which massive resentment is brewing amongst the staff, and any such unilateral decisions will be opposed through Trade Union Action. No Cadre review should be disadvantageous and deprive existing privileges enjoyed by officials, but the above proposals are against the interest of the officials of PAOs. As per the new Cadre review proposal, it is proposed to post AAs, DAs and ASs at the Division/ HO. The functioning under CSI environment is based on the maker and checker concept and to post both at one place under the same supervisory authority would not be healthy and won’t yield desired results as it will lead to coercive methods of approval on wrong doings. The Accounts and Audit independent functioning is the first requirement to ensure the free and fair financial advice and control. Under CSI environment also this principle should not be sacrificed.

This General Body strongly objects to the unilateral proposal of Cadre review by the committee and request the Secretary (Posts) to cause action for a dialogue with the Staff Side. This General Body requests to-

1.     De-link the Cadre review of Gr. ‘C’ & Gr. ‘B’ (non-gazetted) with restructuring of PAOs.

2.     Up-gradation of LDC as Accounting Assistants should be done as proposed/accepted earlier by the PSB in 2012.

3.     We oppose large scale surrender of posts and urge for re-distribution of posts of JAs/SAs etc without matching savings as done in CAG.

4.     We urge to consider staff side views on Cadre review /Restructuring of PAOs.

 

         

   President

 

To,                                                                                           

1.     The Secretary, Department of Posts, Dak Bhawan, New Delhi -110001.  

2.     The Member (Finance), Digital Communication Commission, Sanchar Bhawan, New Delhi-110001.  

3.     The AS & FA, Department of Posts, Dak Bhawan, New Delhi – 110001.

4.     The Sr. DDG (PAF), Department of Posts, Dak Bhawan, New Delhi – 110001.

5.     The Chief Postmaster General, ……………………………

6.     The GM (Finance)/ DA (P), …………………………………..

7.     The Secretary General, NFPE, North Avenue, New Delhi – 110001.

8. The General Secretary, AIPAEA, Camp at O/o GM (F), PAO, Lucknow 226024



RESOLUTION-2

 

The General Body of this Association at …………………………….. held on 17.02.2021, unanimously express deep concern and anguish over the agony and anxiety of the officials who have been forcibly sent to PAO Vijayawada for working there for one year as per the order of the PA Wing dated 15.11.2019. It has been assured by Sr. DDG (PAF), Member (P) and Secretary (Post) to the CHQ of this Association that the Staff would be repatriated to Hyderabad as and when new recruitment takes place.

It is very painful that contrary to the assurances given and favorable orders issued by the Directorate, the authorities at Circle level are refusing to entertain the idea of repatriation. PA Wing, vide its letter dated 03.12.2020 has conveyed to GM (PAF), Vijayawada approval of the competent authority for the transfer of 5 Senior SAs who were temporarily posted at PAO Vijayawada from PAO Hyderabad under Rule 37 back to PAO Hyderabad. It is very unfortunate that the GM (PAF) Vijayawada is reluctant to initiate the process of repatriation of officials to PAO Hyderabad in spite of Directorate’s approval/Directions, under one pretext or other. It would be quite relevant to mention here that even hon’ble CAT Hyderabad has also given a judgment on the bifurcation issue, giving certain reliefs to the aggrieved applicants, but even the courts verdict is also not being honored, in spite of Directorates direction to implement the same vide its letter date 28.12.2020.

This General Body earnestly appeal to the Secretary (Posts) to cause immediate action to start the implementation of the repatriation process as per Directorates letter dated 03.12.2020 and intervene to cause execution of Hon’ble Tribunal Judgment/orders dated 23.11.2020.                                         

 

      

   President

To,                                                                                          

1.      The Secretary, Department of Posts, Dak Bhawan, New Delhi -110001.  

2.      The Member (Finance), Digital Communication Commission, Sanchar Bhawan, New Delhi-110001.  

3.      The AS & FA, Department of Posts, Dak Bhawan, New Delhi – 110001.

4.      The Sr. DDG (PAF), Department of Posts, Dak Bhawan, New Delhi – 110001.

5.      The Chief Postmaster General, …………………………………………

6.      The GM (Finance)/ DA (P),  ………………………………………………..

7.      The Secretary General, NFPE, North Avenue, New Delhi – 110001.

8.   The General Secretary, AIPAEA, Camp at O/o GM (F), PAO, Lucknow 226024




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