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ALL INDIA WOMEN’S WORKSHOP

ALL INDIA WOMEN’S WORKSHOP – CONFEDERATION
2015 OCTOBER 9TH & 10TH - HYDERABAD


Dear Comrades,

               As already intimated the two days All India Women’s Workshop will be held on 9th & 10th October 2015 (Friday & Saturday)at Hyderabad. The C-O-C Andhra & Telangana states has taken the task of hosting Women’s Workshop.  Preparatory work for making the event a grand success has already been started. Detailed programme & notice will be issued and published in our website shortly.  Women’s Workshop will commence at 10:30 AM on 09th October and conclude at 05:00 PM on 10th October. (Exact venue, place for stay etc. will also be intimated shortly).

          Delegates from all affiliated organisations and C-O-Cs should compulsorily attend the Women’s Workshop. The minimum quota fixed for each affiliated organisation and C-O-Cs is given below.  All are requested to ensure participation of delegates as per quota fixed, WITHOUT FAIL.  Delegates may be instructed to book their up and down tickets immediately.
  
Delegate fee per head is fixed as Rs.500/- (Rs. Five Hundred Only).

SL. No.
Name of organisation/C-O-Cs
Number of delegates - Quota fixed
Women’s Workshop
1
NFPE
65
2
ITEF
20
3
All India Audit & Accounts Association
15
4
National Federation of Atomic Energy Employees (NFAEE)
10
5
All India Civil Accounts Employees Association
15
6
All other affiliated organisations
2 each minimum
7
C-O-C West Bengal
15
8
C-O-C Kerala
15
9
C-O-C Tamilnadu
10
10
All other C-O-Cs
2 each minimum
11
C-O-C Andhra & Telangana shall ensure maximum  participation of lady delegates in the Women’s Workshop (Not Less than 50)


NB:      (1). While deciding the delegates, the concerned organisations shall include the All India Office Bearers also in their quota.
(2). All affiliated organisations and C-O-Cs are requested to issue their own circulars and  finalise the names of the women delegates and instruct them to book their travel ticket without any further delay.
(3).  All India Women’s Committee Office bearers and committee members should compulsorily attend the workshop.
(4). New Women’s Committee of the confederation will be elected in the Workshop.


                                                                                         Yours Fraternally,

                                                                                                         (R. Seethalakshm)                                                                                                                                           Convenor, Women’s Committee
                                                                                                            Confederati
2015 SEPTEMBER 2nd ONE DAY STRIKE
INDIA WORKING CLASS UNITEDLY DEMANDS CHANGE OF POLICY

            On 26th May, The day Modi Government at the Centre completed one year in office, Workers National Assembly at the Mavlankar Auditorium in the National Capital, New Delhi, in one voice condemned BJP-led NDA Government’s anti worker, anti-peasants, anti-people and pro-corporate, pro-MNC one year’s rule and declared country wide united protests and resistance through General Strike on 2nd September 2015 against these policies and to pursue 12 points charter of demands.

            The unanimous declaration of the National Convention, organized by All the eleven Central Trade Unions and National Federations of Employees of all sectors and services condemned the Modi Government for bringing sweeping changes in the Land Acquisition Act permitting forcible acquisition of land from the farmers and drastically curbing farmer’s right to land and agricultural worker’s right to livelihood, bringing sweeping changes in the labour laws in favour of the employers, attack on the existing social securities like EPF, ESI benefits, cutting budgetary allocations to scheme which benefit the poor like MNREGA, dismantling of the Public Distribution System, disinvesting profit making public sector undertakings, Not implementing tripartite decisions of the successive Indian Labour Conferences (ILCs), Ignoring the 10 point demands submitted earlier by the Central Trade Union pending since UPA Government etc.

            The Central Government Employees are the worst sufferers due to the policy offensives of the Government. No DA Merger, No Interim Relief, No retrospective date of effect to 7th CPC from 01.01.2014 as demanded by JCM Staff Side, refusal to include Gramin Dak Sewaks under 7thCPC, denial of revision of wages and regularization of casual labourers, non implementation of Cadre Restructuring agreement signed by Postal department and Postal federations, 5% condition on Compassionate appointment, non revision of bonus ceiling, non implementation of arbitration awards, non convening of JCM National Council are the one year balance sheet of the Modi Government in the Central Government employees sector. Over and above this, policy offensives like Task Force Committee Report on Postal Corporatisation, Bibek Debroy Committee Report on Railway privatisation, corporatisation of the 41 Ordinance factories in the defence sector, move to close down printing, stationery and publication department and Medical store depots, non filling up of vacancies, downsizing, outsourcing, contractrisation, privatisation, are also being implemented in an aggressive manner.

            The atrocious attack on the working people of the country including Central Government employees should be combated resolutely. The anti worker character of the neo liberal policies and the capitalist class interest behind these policies must be thoroughly exposed. It is to resist and repulse these attacks on the working class that the united trade union movement gave a call for a country wide general strike on 2nd September 2015.

From 1991 onwards, when the Congress government started implementing these policies, Confederation of Central Government Employees & Workers has been opposing it and had joined the main stream of the working class in resisting the onslaught of imperialist globalization policies. Confederation National Executive had decided to join the one day strike on 2ndSeptember 2015.

            This strike must act as a strong warning to the BJP-led Government that the working class of the country, which has a great history of struggles and sacrifices, is not going to let these attacks pass. We call upon the entire Central Government employees to join the strike en-masse and make it a grand success.


MOST URGENT / IMPORTANT

 CAMPAIGN TOUR PROGRAMME OF ALL INDIA LEADERS
FOR
ONE DAY STRIKE ON 2ND SEPTEMBER-2015

NATIONAL FEDERATION OF POSTAL EMPLOYEES
ALL INDIA POSTAL EMPLOYEES UNION GDS (NFPE)

SL.NO.
CIRCLE
PLACE
LEADERS ATTENDING
DATE
1.
ANDHRA PRADESH
HYDERABAD
NFPE      Com. S. Raghupathy,ASG, NFPE
               Com. P Panduranga Rao G/S GDS(NFPE)
27,07
2.
ASSAM
GUWAHATI
NFPE
Com. P. Suresh G/S R-IV
27.07
3.
BIHAR
PATNA
NFPE
Com. P. Bhattacharya G/S (Admn)
27.07
4.
CHATTISGARH
RAIPUR
NFPE
Com. T. Satayanarayana G/S Postal A/C
27.07



5.
DELHI
NEW DELHI
NFPE
All General Secretaries
8.8   &
9.8



6.
GUJARAT
AHAMEDABAD
NF PE
Com. Giriraj   Singh G/S R-III &       
               President  NFPE
07.08



7.
HARYANA
AMBALA
NFPE
Com.  K.K. Sharma V/P (NFPE)
Com. Raj Kumar Treasurer NFPE
27.07



8.
HIMACHAL PRADESH
SHIMLA
NFPE
Com.  Balwinder Singh, Treasurer P-3 CHQ
07.08



9.
JAMMU & KASHMIR
JAMMU
NFPE
Com. Giriraj Singh G/S R-III & President NFPE
12.08



10.
JHARKHAND
RANCHI
NFPE
Com. P. Bhattacharya G/S Admn.
07.08



11.
KARNATAKA
BANGALORE
NFPE
Com. J. RamaMurthy , President

         P-3,CHQ
07.08



12.
KERALA
TRIVANDRUM
NFPE
Com. S. Raghupathy, AGS NFPE
Com. Murugan , Treasurer GDS,NFPE
07.08



13.
MADHYA PRADESH
BHOPAL
NFPE
Com. R.N. Parashar S/G (NFPE) & G/S P-III
27.07
14.
MAHARASHTRA
MUMBAI
NFPE
Com. Giriraj Singh G/S R-III & President NFPE
03.08



15.
NORTH EAST
SHILLONG
NFPE
Com. R.N. Parashar S/G (NFPE) & G/S P-III
Date  will be decided later



16.
ORISSA
BHUBANESWAR
NFPE
Com. T. Satayanarayana G/S Postal    
           Accounts.
Com. Nirmal Singh , AGS GDS(NFPE)
07.08



17.
PUNJAB
CHANDIGARH
NFPE
Com. Virendra Tiwary G/S SBCO
07.08



18.
RAJASTHAN
JAIPUR
NFPE
Com. R.N. Parashar S/G (NFPE) & G/S P-III
07.08



19.
TAMIL NADU
CHENNAI
NFPE
Com. A. Manoharan,W/President,NFPE
Com. R. Seethalaxmi G/S P-IV & Dy.    
         S/G (NFPE)
Com. Dhan Raj Dy. G/S GDS(NFPE)
27.07



20.
UTTAR PRADESH
LUCKNOW
NFPE
Com. Giriraj Singh G/S R-III & President NFPE
Com. Pramod Kumar Singh  
          W/P,GDS(NFPE)
27.07



21.
UTTARAKHAND

NFPE
Com. Virendra Tiwary G/S SBCO
27.07



22.
WEST BENGAL
KOLKATA
NFPE
Com. R. Seethalaxmi G/S P-IV & Dy.
          S/G (NFPE)
Com. Bijoy Gopal Sur President
          GDS (NFPE)
07.08



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