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Friday, April 30, 2021

MAY DAY



 

दुनिया के मजदूर एक हो!

मजदूर एकता जिन्दाबाद!!

1मई अतंराष्ट्रीय मजदूर दिन जिन्दाबाद!!!

इंकलाब जिंदाबाद!!!

PRESS STATEMENT

 PRESS STATEMENT

THE FOLLOWING STATEMENT WAS ISSUED TO THE PRESS BY THE JOINT PLATFORM OF CENTRAL TRADE UNIONS AND SECTORAL FEDERATIONS AND ASSOCIATIONS TODAY 28TH   APRIL 2021. 

Trade Unions write to the Prime Minister

Deplore callous attitude of government in handling covid 19 crises

Calls for observing May Day

Against the anti worker, anti farmer, anti people policies of the Government

The online meeting of Joint Platform of Central Trade Unions and Independent Sectoral Federations held on 28th April 2021 expressed grave concern at the cruel insensitivity of the Government at the centre in addressing and combating the second wave of the Covid Pandemic. The alarming country wide surge of this second wave of Covid has thrown the lives of the people, working people in particulars in total jeopardy. The daily infection count has already crossed 3 lakhs and is estimated to grow further in the coming days. Number of daily deaths too has surged. A substantial part of deaths are preventable, being caused due to non-availability of basic infrastructure, oxygen, hospital beds and essential medicines. The CTUs and Sectoral Federations/Associations have written to the Prime Minister(The letter attached)

In the midst of such grave humanitarian crisis, the Central government ridiculously draws satisfaction over overcoming the crisis under the leadership of Narendra Modi! The Union Finance Minister has made mindless self congratulatory statement that their programme of privatisation/disinvestment is on track and in progress!

Caught unprepared, despite the warning about a second country wide wave,  the Central government is now trying to blame the people, the state governments and everybody except itself for the surge of casualty with much more intensity and speed. The reprimand of EC by some High Courts has Vindicated the stand of Trade Unions having taken time to time. Now only the order has come not to organise any rally, celebration from 2nd to 15th may in the election bound states.                                                             

There is serious shortage of vaccines, testing facilities, hospital beds, ventilators, oxygen, medicines and above all trained personnel – doctors, nurses and other medical staff. The front line workers and employees are overworked and lack adequate protection. Instead of addressing these serious issues, BJP leaders including union ministers are engaged in shifting the responsibility to the state governments and indulging in blame games.

In the midst of this, the vaccine policy announced by the government puts corporate profits above the precious lives of people. Today, it is crucial to strictly regulate, under direct government supervision, the entire vaccination process to ensure that the entire population is vaccinated within a definite time frame. Vaccine production must be urgently scaled up; it must be imported as necessary. But the government is shamelessly succumbing to the profit hungry international drug mafia and liberalised vaccine sales. The new vaccine policy liberalises the vaccine sale by deregulating the prices through a discriminatory process that too without taking any concrete measures for augmenting availability.

States are not given the promised doses of vaccines. This has severely affected the first phase of vaccination itself. The new vaccine policy of Modi government stipulates that the state governments have to procure the vaccines from the open market with higher price of Rs 400/Rs 600 per dose as announced by the two vaccine companies in India. They will be thrown into unhealthy competition with each other and also with the private sector hospitals which are also free to procure the vaccines at Rs 600/ Rs 1200. More such notorious announcements are expected to pour in the days to come with the Govt-corporate nexus. It is atrocious that the Serum Institute which has announced Rs 400 per dose of vaccine for the state governments and Rs 600 for private hospitals in India.

Covisheild is priced at 1.78 Euro (Rs 160) in Europe and at $4 (Rs 300) in the US and Bangladesh, at Rs.237 in Brazil, at Rs. 226 in UK

This  pro-corporate deregulation on vaccine and other essential ingredients of pandemic management will further facilitate hoarding and black marketing which is already going on in case of essential medicines like Remdesivir and oxygen. Overwhelming majority of our people who cannot afford the huge price of the vaccine would be excluded. Policies of exclusion have now become the hallmark of the Central government.    

The local and regional lockdowns and curfews being imposed in several states are creating uncertainties about the work and income among the working people, the migrant workers and workers in the unorganised sector in particular. Reminiscent of the migrant workers’ march around one year back, migrant workers are again heading to their native places. None of the orders under Disaster Management Act issued so far by various authorities on curfew or scaling down of operation by industry etc had cared to concretely direct the employers to protect employment/livelihood of workers, their incomes and residences. It is again an attempt by the governments, as last year, to sacrifice the lives and livelihood of the workers and the toiling people to safeguard the interests of the employers’ class.  

The Joint Platform of Central Trade Unions and Federations demands the government to withdraw the new pro-corporate as well as discriminatory vaccine policy and take immediate measures to ensure 100% procurement of the vaccine, adequate supply of vaccines to the states, free of cost, utilising the PM care fund. The government, sufficiently empowered by Disaster Management Act must not abdicate its responsibility of prioritising protection of the lives of the people during this grave pandemic, over profiteering by vaccine-pharmaceutical barons.

The joint platform of Central trade unions and Federations point out that it is the public sector companies that are, as ever, coming to the rescue of the nation in this critical situation. It is the public sector steel companies that are producing and supplying oxygen; it is the Indian Railways that is transporting Oxygen to the needy states. We also remind the government that it was the public sector financial institutions in our country that have protected the country against the 2008 world crisis. The joint platform of trade unions demand that the government must immediately stop its mindless privatisation drive. We demand that immediate measures be taken to strengthen the existing public sector medicine and oxygen production units which are already playing a frontline role in producing/supplying oxygen and other necessities and establish new ones to ensure universal and comprehensive public health care.

The Joint Platform also demands that the Govt must ensure that any order issued by any authorities under Disaster Management Act imposing restrictions in movement, curfew etc must accompany strict enforceable orders to all employers and all concerned banning retrenchment, wage-cut and eviction from residences etc. It cannot be just an advisory but a stringently enforceable direction and the Disaster Management Act adequately empowers the Govt to issue such orders and enforce.

The Joint Platform calls upon the workers and toiling people to observe the forthcoming May Day, the international working class solidarity day through jointly organizing agitation in as many locations throughout the country to press for the following demands, while expressing solidarity with the working class movement going on throughout the world:

1.    Ramp up vaccine production and ensure universal free vaccination within a definite time frame. Ensure free supply of oxygen in the crises as in present situation.

2.    Ensure adequate hospital beds, oxygen and other medical facilities to meet the Covid surge

3.    Scrap anti-people discriminatory pro-corporate Vaccine Policy

4.    Strengthen public health infrastructure including recruiting the necessary health personnel

5.    Any order under Disaster Management Act issued by any authority imposing restrictions in movement, curfew etc must accompany strict order on all employers and all concerned banning retrenchment, wage-cut and eviction from residences etc and same must be strictly enforced.

6.    Scrap anti-worker Labour Codes and anti-people Farm Laws and Electricity Bill

7.    Stop privatization and Disinvestment

8.    Cash transfer of Rs 7500 per month for all non income tax paying families

9.    10 kg free food grains per person per month for the next six months

10.  Ensure non Covid patients get effective treatment in government hospitals

11.  Ensure availability of protective gear, equipments etc for all health and frontline workers and those engaged in pandemic-management work including ASHAs and anganwadi employees along with comprehensive insurance coverage for them all

 

Covid protocols – wearing masks, maintaining physical distance etc should be strictly followed by all our leaders, cadres, activists and members to safeguard their own health and the health of their comrades, colleagues and family members.


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Wednesday, April 28, 2021

Regarding additional charge arrangements in SAG of IP&TAFS Gr. A.


 

CREATION OF A NEW SUB-DIVISION

 CREATION OF A NEW SUB-DIVISION IN BHOPAL POSTAL DIVISION OF MADHYA PRADESH CIRCLE

(CLICK THE LINK BELOW TO VIEW)

http://utilities.cept.gov.in/dop/pdfbind.ashx?id=5534

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CREATION OF A NEW SUB-DIVISION IN RATNAGIRI DIVISION UNDER GOA REGION OF MAHARASHTRA CIRCLE  (CLICK THE LINK BELOW TO VIEW)

http://utilities.cept.gov.in/dop/pdfbind.ashx?id=5535

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CREATION OF A NEW SUB-DIVISION IN BIKANER POSTAL DIVISION - RAJASTHAN CIRCLE  

(CLICK THE LINK BELOW TO VIEW)

http://utilities.cept.gov.in/dop/pdfbind.ashx?id=5536

PROCEDURE FOR VERIFICATION OF MEMBERSHIP OF ASSOCIATIONS FOR RECOGNITION IN DEPARTMENT OF POSTS - REVISED OPTION OF MEMBERSHIP

 (CLICK THE LINK BELOW TO VIEW)

http://utilities.cept.gov.in/dop/pdfbind.ashx?id=5537

Saturday, April 24, 2021

Wednesday, April 21, 2021

VERY SAD NEWS

 Com. T. P. Mishra, a legend, veteran trade union leader of NFPE and Confederation, U. P. Circle expired today on 21st March 2021at Noida Hospital. 

He lead the working class movement for more than five decades. 

He was very knowledgeable, very good orator in Hindi and militant leader. 

He lead so many struggles in U. P. Circle. 

Still at the age of 80, he was very actively giving his contribution to unions. 

We on behalf of AIPAEA CONVEY OUR HEARTFELT CONDOLENCES TO BEREAVED FAMILY AND COMRADES OF U. P. Circle. 

RED SALUTE COM. T. P. MISHRA. 

COM. T. P. MISHRA AMAR RAHE, 

LONG LIVE COM. T. P. MISHRA.

VERY SAD NEWS.

 Com. Y. Nagbhushanam Ex Circle Secretary R3 A. P. Circle and working President, Casual labourers Union expired on 20th April 2021.

He was a very dedicated and committed trade union activist. 

We on behalf of AIPAEA convey our heartfelt condolences to bereaved family members and Comrades. 

Red Salute Com. Y. Nagbhushanam.

S B Yadav

 General Secretary

राम नवमी की शुभकामनाएं

 RAM NAVAMI GREETINGS

 

 “ON THE AUSPICIOUS OCCASION OF RAM NAVAMI, HEARTIEST CONGRATULATIONS AND BEST WISHES “

 

राम नवमी के पावन अवसर पर  बधाई और शुभकामनाएं

Tuesday, April 20, 2021

23rd April one day long Dharna in front of all Divisional office.

 To


All General Secretaries
NFPE Officebearers, All Circle Secretaries
Divisional and Branch Secretaries of NFPE Unions
 
Refer NFPE Circular dt 10th March regarding holding one day Dharna in front of all Divisional Offices on 23rd April 2021 for settlement of 20 points Charter of demands.

Now as per suggestions received from various leaders, keeping in view the present Covid situation, it is hereby modified to be held as Protest Demonstration during lunch hours, maintaining all norms related Covid in front of all DOs and HOs.

R. N. Parashar
Secretary General
NFPE

REGARDING BENEFITS IN PROMOTIONAL HIERARCHY UNDER MACP SCHEME - OTHER ISSUES ARISING OUT OF ORDER DATED 05.03.2020




GUIDELINES TO CIRCLES FOR DEALING WITH THE RISING COVID INFECTIONS - DOP INSTRUCTIONS DTD 16.04.2021




Monday, April 19, 2021

Saturday, April 17, 2021

Assigning additional charge of CPMG, UP Circle and CPMG Bihar Circle





 

EXTENSION OF TIMELINES FOR SUBMISSION OF ANNUAL PERFORMANCE ASSESSMENT REPORT (APAR) IN RESPECT OF GROUP A B AND C OFFICERS OF CENTRAL CIVIL SERVICES FOR THE YEAR 2020-21

 CLICK THE LINK BELOW TO VIEW THE ORDER)

https://documents.doptcirculars.nic.in/D2/D02est/APARextensionQn8QY.pdf

REIMBURSEMENT OF COST OF OPD MEDICINES- SPECIAL SANCTION IN VIEW OF COVID-19- TILL 31ST JULY 2021

 (CLICK THE LINK BELOW TO VIEW THE ORDER)

https://cghs.gov.in/showfile.php?lid=6057

PREVENTIVE MEASURES TO CONTAIN THE SPREAD OF COVID-19

 CLICK THE LINK BELOW TO VIEW THE ORDER)

http://utilities.cept.gov.in/dop/pdfbind.ashx?id=5514

PROMOTION AND POSTING FROM HAG TO HAG+ GRADE [MEMBER, PSB/ADDL DG COORD] OF IPOS OFFICERS

 (CLICK THE LINK BELOW TO VIEW THE ORDER)

http://utilities.cept.gov.in/dop/pdfbind.ashx?id=5513

DATE OF NEXT INCREMENT UNDER RULE 10 OF CCS (REVISED PAY) RULES, 2016- MOF CLARIFICATIONS

 CLICK THE LINK BELOW TO VIEW THE ORDER)

https://doe.gov.in/order-circular/date-next-increment-under-rule-10-central-civil-services-revised-pay-rules-2016-0

Sunday, April 11, 2021

Friday, April 9, 2021

Wednesday, April 7, 2021

NFPE Circular for Agitational programs



Recruitment in AAO Cadre of IP&TAFS Group-B through LDCE-2021 -Reg


 


Thursday, April 1, 2021

Minutes of the Standing Committee meeting held on 26/02/2021

Click here to view - Minutes

DECLARATION OF HOLIDAY ON 14TH APRIL, 2021 - BIRTHDAY OF DR. B.R. AMBEDKAR

(CLICK THE LINK BELOW TO VIEW)

https://dopt.gov.in/sites/default/files/Ambedkar%20holiday%202021.pdf

CLARIFICATION REGARDING FULL AND FINAL SETTLEMENT OF BILLS/CLAIMS PERTAINING TO LTC SPECIAL CASH PACKAGE SCHEME

(CLICK THE LINK BELOW TO VIEW)

https://doe.gov.in/sites/default/files/LTC%20Special%20Cash%20Package%20Scheme%20-%20Clarification%20regarding%20submi.pdf

CENTRAL CIVIL SERVICES (IMPLEMENTATION OF NATIONAL PENSION SYSTEM (NPS)) RULES, 2021(30/03/2021)

(CLICK THE LINK BELOW TO VIEW)

https://documents.doptcirculars.nic.in/D3/D03ppw/NotifiedRule_NPS_300320219S1qV.pdf

COVERAGE UNDER CENTRAL CIVIL SERVICES (PENSION) RULES, 1972 OF THOSE CENTRAL GOVERNMENT EMPLOYEES WHOSE SELECTION FOR APPOINTMENT WERE FINALIZED BEFORE 01.01.2004 BUT JOINED GOVERNMENT SERVICE ON OR AFTER 01.01.2004 - EXTENSION OF CUT-OFF DATES(31/03/2021)

 CLICK THE LINK BELOW TO VIEW)

https://documents.doptcirculars.nic.in/D3/D03ppw/Extension_31032021yjiiT.pdf