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Saturday, August 19, 2017

7th CPC PENSION REVISION: REGARDING (Click the link below to view FM Order)
 
No. Confdn/Genl/2016-19                                                                               Dated – 19.08.2017
To
The Secretary,
Department of Personnel & Training,
Govt. of India, North Block,
New Delhi - 110001
Sir,
Sub: - Vindictive transfer of Chief Executives of Recognised Association in violation of DOP&T Orders - C/o. Central Ground Water Board Employees Association - intervention requested.
The following office bearers of All India Central Ground Water Board Employees Association, which is a recognised Association, were transferred abruptly to far off places by the Central Ground Water Board (CGWB) authorities, without any reason.
1.       Sri. Ram Nivas Choudhary, President of the Association working at Faridabad Headquarters and Secretary of the Branch Executive Committee, Div.XI, Jodhpur to CGWB Div.III, Varanasi.
2.       Sri. N. Kumar, Secretary General of the Association transferred to CGWB, Div.VIII, Jammu.
3.       Sri. Nityanand, Vice President of Central Executive Committee and Chairman of Branch Executive Committee, CHQ, Faridabad, transferred to CGWB, State Unit Office, Belgaum.
4.       Sri. Rajinder Prasad, General Secretary of Branch Executive Committee, CHQ, Faridabad, transferred to CGWB, Div. IV, Chennai.
All the above transfer orders are issued in an abrupt manner and in the orders itself it was mentioned that the officials stands relieved with immediate effect.  The above officials who are office bearers of a recognised Association has not committed any offence warranting sudden transfers.  The reason for their transfers is still not known.  It is nothing but vindictive transfers to punish the office bearers of the Association and to disrupt the smooth functioning of the Association.
As per the guidelines issued by Government of India M.H.A.OM No.26/3/69-Estt(B) dated 08-04-1969, “The Chief Executive of the Union as defined in the constitution of the Union/Association etc, or the General Secretary  where Chief Executive has not been specifically defined, may be brought on transfer to the Headquarters of the administrative head as far as possible.  If the transfer to Headquarters involves exemption from field duty such transfer facility should be restricted to Chief Executive/General Secretary and one other Executive member of each of the recognised Association”.  The same has also been mentioned in the approved transfer norms of Central Ground Water Board, which is also approved by the Ministry.
Further DOP & T OM No.27(7)88-CS-IV dated 19th August 1988 reads as follows:
 “The President and General Secretary of the recognised Union/Association who are members of the Staff Council should not, except for special reasons, be shifted from main administrative office to subordinate office (including other offices/buildings).
 
The above transfer orders are issued in gross violation of the Govt. of India orders on immunity from transfer extended to Office bearers of Recognised Associations.
In view of the above, I request your immediate personnel intervention in this case, so that the unjust and vindictive transfers of the office bearers of All India Central Ground Water Board Employees Association will be cancelled at the earliest.
Yours faithfully,
(M. Krishnan)
Secretary General &
Member, Standing Committee,
National Council JCM
Mob: 09447068125
email: mkrishnan6854@ghmail.com
urgent / important
All Affiliates and C-O-Cs of Confederation
Please send the following resolution to the Secretary, Department of Personnel & Training, North Block, New Delhi-110 001, in your letter head immediately -
Resolution
     Please refer to the letter dated 19-8-2017 of Secretary General, Confederation of Central Govt. Employees and Workers.  Request your kind intervention to cancel the unjust and vindictive transfers of the Office Bearers of All India Central Ground Water Board Employees Association, which is a recognised Association.
Place:                                                                  - President/General Secretary
Date :                                                                   .....................................................
Extend Full support and solidarity to the Postal
Strike  on 23
rd August 2017.
hold demonstrations in front of major offices of  Department of Posts
National Federation of Postal Employees (NFPE) and All India Postal Employees Union-GDS (AIPEU-GDS) have jointly given a call for nationwide one day strike on 23-08-2017.  About five lakhs Postal and RMS employees including Gramin Dak Sevaks (GDS) and Casual, Part-time Contingent and Contract workers will participate in the strike.  The main demands of the strike are filling up of all vacant posts, Grant of Civil Servant status to GDS and implementation of positive recommendations of Kamalesh Chandra Committee Report on GDS, Regularisation of Casual, Part-time Contingent and Contract Workers and payment of revised wages, implementation of Cadre Restructuring of all cadres with modifications suggested by staff side, withdraw contributory Pension Scheme etc.
        Confederation National Secretariat calls upon all affiliates and C-O-Cs to extend full support and solidarity to the Postal Strike and to hold demonstrations in front of major offices of the Department of Posts on 23-08-2017 ie. the strike day.
                                                                                               M. Krishnan,
                                                                                         Secretary General,
                                                                            Mob & Whats App- 09447068125
                                                                           Email: mkrishnan6854@gmail.com

Revision of Minimum wage payable to Temporary status Casual Labourers

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