HAPPY NEW YEAR 2018 TO ALL MEMBERS

Wednesday, March 7, 2018






DHARNA ORGANISED BY R3, R4 KERALA CIRCLE
AT RO CALICUT, KOCHI AND TRIVANDRUM
ON 5th MARCH-2018




REPRESENTATIVES FROM NFPE TO REPRESENT IN WORKSHOP AT DAK BHAWAN ON 07.03.2018 ON IPPB



1.   Shri R. N. Parashar, General Secretary, AIPEU Group ‘C’ (CHQ), on Foreign    Service at NFPE Head Quarter, North Avenue PO Building, New Delhi – 110001.

2.   Shri Jagdish Dhiman, Vice President, AIPEU Group ‘C’ (CHQ), Postmaster                 Grade-I, Sector-20 PO, Chandigarh - 160020 (Punjab)

3.   Shri Balwinder Singh, Financial Secretary, AIPEU Group ‘C’, (CHQ), PRI (P), Patel Nagar PO, New Delhi – 110008

4.   Shri U. K. Tiwari, Org. General Secretary, AIPEU Group ‘C’, P.A, Patna GPO - 800001 (Bihar)

5.  Shri Naresh Gupta, Asst. Financial Secretary, AIPEU Group ‘C’ (CHQ), Asst.    Manager, Postal Store Depot Ambala - 133001 (Haryana)

6.  Shri Aishvir Singh, Circle Secretary, AIPEU Group ‘C’, Delhi Circle,  APM,         Sarojini Nagar HO, New Delhi – 110023
                 
7.  Shri H. S. Guleria, Circle Secretary, AIPEU Group ‘C’, Himachal Pradesh           Circle, SPM, Dehlan (Una), H.P.

8.  Shri Sheshmani Tripathi, Circle Secretary, AIPEU Group ‘C’,Uttar Pradesh       Circle,  Lucknow GPO - 226001  (Uttar Pradesh)

9.  Shri Rajesh Bohidar, Divisional Secretary, AIPEU Group ‘C’, Puri Divisional    Branch, SPM, Manikarnika SO, Puri – 752001 (Orissa)
  
     10. Shri P Panduranga Rao, General Secretary AIPEU GDS (CHQ), GDS BPM,            Akkagaripet,  Gudur(NL), Nellore Dt. Andhra Pradesh – 524 129   
   
 11. Shri Virendar Sharma, Working President, AIPEU-GDS (CHQ), GDSMD,                       Pandoa, Jalog, Shimla – 171 019 (Himachal Pradesh).






“Defend Women’s Democratic Rights”
International Women’s Day 2018

As we celebrate International Women’s Day we take stock of our conditions at present and the host of challenges confronting us.

In India we are facing an all out attack on our rights, not only as women and citizens, but most crucially, on the Indian Constitution itself, by the ruling party. Our rights were won with the active participation of women, along with workers, peasants, students, toiling people and other sections in the anti –colonial struggle for freedom, in pre Independence times. The struggles have continued and have intensified, in the past twenty five years, during which period our rights have been eroded by the pursuit of neoliberal policies adopted by successive governments at the centre.

Women are being recast in the traditional roles of wives and mothers, while their economic and social contribution is being suppressed by the right wing forces. Even as wives and mothers they are denied rights, domestic violence is on the increase and sex selective abortions continue unabated. Violence against women and children has been increasing steeply with scant regard for the right of women to a safe environment at work, in public spaces and in the domestic sphere. In the discussion of violence against women patriarchal minded people often argue that ‘women shall not go out late’, ‘shall not wear such clothes’ etc always putting the blame on the victim.

Women cannot face these attacks, cannot gain equality without economic security. This is the cornerstone of our struggle for progress and emancipation. But it is this very crucial economic security which is under severe attack, by the corporates and their cronies in government, in a crisis ridden capitalist system.  In India the changes in labour laws have reversed the gains made through decades of struggle by the working class and the rights of women workers have been curtailed, all in the name of “Ease of doing business”. The Union Budget 2018-19 is another illustration of pandering to the corporates under a veil of populist slogans.

It is equally important to fight the patriarchal ideology and expose them to defend our democratic rights as citizens.

All over the world, in many countries, right wing forces and regimes are rearing their ugly heads, but at the same time the resistance to them from the working people is also growing apace. There are anti imperialist struggles taking place in different countries.   We stand firmly in solidarity with the struggles of women and people for their democratic rights, the world over.

This past year has witnessed unprecedented, huge struggles of scheme workers, workers and employees, farmers and the peasantry, in our country, of which we have been a part. Some demands have been achieved but there are many more to be won.

It is important to assert the equal democratic rights of the women and girls at every field. Resistance at all levels shall be developed against the patriarchy and politics of hatred to defend the unity of the people. It is important to bring to focus, the real issues of the people.

We pledge to continue our efforts to unite the widest sections of women and the working people in our own country for even bigger and wider struggles.

We reiterate our commitment to continue our fight until we achieve our goal of emancipation and a society free from exploitation, carrying on the glorious traditions of International Women’s Day.   

Long Live International Womens Day!
Long Live Working Class Unity!



M. Krishnan                                                       R. Seethalakshmi                                             Usha Bonepalli
Secretary General                                           Convenor,                                                           Chairperson
Confederation                                                  Women’s Sub Committee                           Women’s Sub Committee
ALL INDIA POSTAL EMPLOYEES UNION GROUP ‘C’
CHQ, Dada Ghosh Bhawan, 2151/1 New Patel Road New Delhi-110 008

 

   President   :J.Ramamurthy                                     e-mail : aipeugrc@gmail.com
  General Secretary:R.N.Parashar                    website: http://www.aipeup3chq.com

Ref: P/4-4/Demands                                                                                          Dated – 05.03.2018

To,

            Shri. A.N.Nanda,
            Secretary
            Department of Posts,
            Dak Bhawan New Delhi – 110001


Sub: -  Undue and arbitrary delay in considering the staff problems pertaining to Group ‘C’

Sir,

This union is constrained to bring it to your kind notice that despite various correspondences and discussions, there is not even an inch improvement in major problems pertaining to the Group ‘C’ cadre. Even the assured items in the earlier meetings have not been resolved till now.

Many issues raised by this union remain unsettled over years together. The Central Working committee meeting of this union held at Patna on 26.02.2018 & 27.02.2018, after thread bare discussions has resolved to submit the details of pending issues to your kind notice for immediate settlement and in the event of non-settlement, it was decided organize action programme culminating to direct action shortly.

The issues in which there is no settlement or improvement so far are compiled in the form of charter of demands is enclosed along with this letter.

It is pertinent to say that we have been forced to launch programme of action despite the fact that we intend peace and amity purely due to the lethargic and protracted delay in disposal of staff grievances and demands by the Directorate.

It is requested to intervene and settle the problems contained in the Charters to ensure industrial peace and tranquility.

May I seek your response Sir,

With profound regards,

DA: as above

Yours sincerely,

(R.N.Parashar)
General Secretary
CHARTER OF DEMAND

1.      (a) Fill up all vacant posts of PA Cadre
      (b) Fill up all vacant posts of HSG-I, HSG-II before implementation of cadre restructuring after giving one time relaxation in recruitment rules.

2.      Implement CSI after RICT and after developing proper infrastructure.

3.      Stop harassment and victimization under contributory negligence factor, trade union
victimization, in the name of implementation of new schemes and to achieve unscientific target.

4.      Stop outsourcing, privatization and contractorization.

5.      Declare result of membership verification.


PROGRAMME OF ACTION

1.      Lunch hour demonstration on 12th& 13th March 2018.

2.      Black Badge wearing on 20th& 21st March 2018 containing demands.

3.      Mass Dharna in front of all Chief PMGs offices on 25th April 2018.

4.      Indefinite Strike – Date will be announced later with consultation to NFPE.