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Tuesday, February 9, 2016

INDEFINITE STRIKE FROM 11th APRIL-2016
NJCA
National Joint Council of Action
4, State Entry Road, New Delhi – 110055
No.NJC/2015/7th CPC                                                                              February 9, 2016

To
            All Constituents of NJCA
            Dear Comrade

            The NJCA met on 08.02.2016 as scheduled. The meeting after taking into account various factors decided that the proposed indefinite strike will commence from 11.04.2016 if no settlement is brought about on the charter of demands by that time. The meeting also took the following decisions.

1.    Strike notice will be served by the NJCA and all its constituents on 11.03.2016 by holding massive demonstration.
2.    There will be a massive Rally on 11.03.2016 at Delhi and leaders of NJCA will make it possible to attend the said rally and the strike notice will be served on Cabinet Secretary, Government of India.
3.    All the National JCA leaders will attend Rally at the State Capitals/big industrial centres during the month March and April, 2016. Dates will be finalised in consultation with the concerned State JCA.
4.    To strengthen the campaign, the NJCA will place on the website a pamphlet explaining the demands.
5.    Posters will be centrally designed and kept in the website for State JCAs and constituents to adopt.
6.    All Constituents will undertake independent campaign programmes in the month of March 2016 to popularize the demands.
7.    29th March will be observed as solidarity day throughout the country unitedly by all the Constituents of NJCA.
8.    The indefinite strike will commence at 6 am on 11.04.2016.
9.    The updated Charter of Demands on which the indefinite strike is to be organized is enclosed.
10. The Constituent organizations may add sectional demands as Part B of the Charter of Demands of the NJCA
            The National JCA appeals all constituents to make intensive campaigns to make the strike an unprecedented success.
With greetings,
Yours fraternally,
(Shiva Gopal Mishra)
Convener
Charter of Demands
1.    Settle the issues raised by the NJCA on the recommendations of the 7 CPC sent to Cabinet Secretary vide letter dated 10th December 2015
2.    Remove the injustice done in the assignment of pay scales to technical/safety categories etc. in Railways& Defence, different categories in other Central Govt establishments by the 7 CPC
3.    Scrap the PFRDA Act and NPS and grant Pension/family Pension to all CG employees under CCS (Pension) Rules, 1972 & Railways Pension Rules, 1993
4.    i) No privatization, /outsourcing/contractorisation of governmental functions
ii) Treat GDS as Civil Servants and extend proportional benefit on pension and allowances to the GDS
5.    No FDI in Railways & Defence; No corporatization of  Defence Production Units and Postal Department.
6.    Fill up all vacant posts in the government departments, lift the ban on creation of posts; Regularise the casual/contract workers
7.    Remove ceiling on compassionate ground appointments
8.    Extend the benefit of Bonus Act,1965 amendment on enhancement of payment ceiling to the adhoc Bonus/PLB of Central Government employees with effect from the Financial year 2014-15
9.    Ensure Five promotions in the service career of an employee
10. Do not amend Labour Laws in the name of Labour Reforms which will take away the existing benefits to the workers
11. Revive JCM functioning at all levels
________________________________________________________________________
To
            Cabinet Secretary,
            Government of India &
            Chairman,
            National Council/JCM
Dear Sir
Subject: 7th CPC recommendations – Reg.
            We have written under the cover of the NJCA’s letter in No JJCA/2015/7th CPC dated 11th December 2015 our comprehensive suggestions for effecting changes in the recommendations of the 7th CPC. This was also subjected to discussion with the JS (A) of DOPT on 11.12.2015 in response to the letter in No 3/1/2015-JCA dated 10-12-2015.
            We request that the same may be treated as the consensus view of the Staff Side, JCM/National Council.

Thanking you, 

AIPCPCCWF- DHARNA in New Delhi today:09-02-2016

AS PER THE DECISSION TAKEN IN THE AIC HELD AT BADNERA ,IT WAS DECIDED TO ORGANISE MASS DHARNA BEFORE DIRECTORATE FOR SETTLEMENT OF CASUAL LABOUR PROBLEMS MENTIONED IN OUR RESOLUTION AND ENDORSED BY NFPE WHICH INCLUDES REGULARISATION OF ALL FULL TIME CASUAL LABOUR WHO WORKED FOR 240 DAYS IN A YEAR,PART TIME CASUAL LABOUR WHO WORKED FOR 240 DAYS A YEAR FOR TWO YEARS INCLUDING DAILY RATED MAZDOORS TREATING THEM AS CASUAL LABOUR.

PHOTOS OF  DHARNA AT JANTAR MANTAR, NEW DELHI ON           09-02-2016.

REPLY FROM THE DEPARTMENT

VERIFICATION OF MEMBERSHIP FOR RECOGNITION OF SERVICE ASSOCIATION UNDER CCS (RSA) RULES, 1993-REGARDING.



Monday, February 8, 2016

AIRF to conduct secret ballot for indefinite strike on            11-12th, February 2016

The  Strike Ballot perforced by FDI, Deb Roy Committee’s report, anti labour report of 7th CPC etc. would be conducted on 11th& 12th February, 2016 on the following Charter of Demands.

CHARTER OF DEMANDS

1. To improve Minimum Wage of Rs.18,000/- and multiplying factor. Reject all the retrograde recommendations of the VII CPC.
2. Scrap National Pension Scheme(NPS) and restore Old Pension Scheme for all those who appointed on or after 01.01.2004.
3. Settle 36-point Charter of Demands, include reduction in duty hours, removal of anomalies of 6th CPC, removal of ceiling of Rs.3500 for PLB, grievances of different categories of railwaymen, improvement in the medical facilities, railway quarters etc. etc., already submitted to Ministry of Railways by the AIRF in December, 2013(on which strike ballot was conducted on 20th and 21st December, 2013).
4. Scrap Report of Bibek Deb Roy Committee and implement positive recommendations of D.P. Tripathi Committee.
5. Re-call the Notification issued by the Government of India on 22nd August, 2014 in the matter of 100% FDI in Construction, Operation and Maintenance of Indian Railways and to scrap all the agreements entered with the Foreign/National Companies in detriment to the interest of the Indian Railways and the country as a whole.
6. Stop all anti-workers amendments in the labour-laws.
7. Injustice done with the Technicians, Technical Supervisors(Engineers), Loco & Traffic Running Staff, Operating and Medical Categories Staff, etc. etc. in respect of allotment of Pay Matrix and promotions also should be done away with and justice be administered.
8. Parity in pay structure and promotional scope for Common Categories with those working in the Central Secretariat/Ministries should be ensured.
9. Retain all the existing allowances and advances.
10-A. Constitute Joint Committee at each Ministry/Department level to resolve VII CPC anomalies, aberrations and injustice within a time frame manner, and powers for the same should be delegated to the Ministries to resolve their issues at the Ministry level. 10-B. Set-up National Joint Committee to discuss and resolve all VII CPC anomalies, aberrations and injustice within a time frame. 11. Ensure payment of arrear for PLB as per amendment in the Bonus Act, as was done in the year 2008. The All India Railwaymen’s Federation gives a clarion call to all railwaymen irrespective of their affiliation to any organization to participate in the Strike Ballot and exercise opinion in this regard.
Source: AIRF

Government to address concerns over 7th Pay Commission

Parrikar said the Narendra Modi government had fulfilled its promise on the OROP which had been implemented after 43 years.

Visakhapatnam, Feb 7:  The government has studied representations from the armed forces vis-a-vis the 7th Pay Commission and their concerns will be addressed “in the near future”, Defence Minister Manohar Parrikar said on Sunday.
“I have interacted with the three service chiefs and discussed the concerns of the forces. The concerns will be addressed in the near future,” he said on the sidelines of an International Maritime Conference here. The concerns include the way in which pensions were calculated on the basis of number of years put in at a particular rank.
Another grudge is the risk-hardship matrix. While a soldier posted in the Siachen glacier gets Rs.31,500 as allowance per month, a civilian bureaucrat draws 30 percent of his salary as “hardship allowance”. About the One Rank One Pension (OROP) issue, he said concerns of ex-servicemen will be addressed by a one-member judicial committee headed by L. Narasimha Reddy, a retired chief justice of the Patna High Court. (ALSO READ: Pathankot attack: India will give tit-for-tat, says Manohar Parrikar)
Parrikar said the Narendra Modi government had fulfilled its promise on the OROP which had been implemented after 43 years. ”As promised by the BJP, we have already issued a table of various pensions as per the OROP scheme. ”The community of retired servicemen is large; one formula cannot solve all issues. Any contentious issues will be referred to the one-man committee,” Parrikar said. As for the protesting ex-servicemen’s stand on approaching the court on the OROP issue, the minister said: “Fundamentally, every person has the right to approach a court
“To the best of our understanding of the issues, we have fulfilled our promise.” He said the expenditure on OROP of Rs.7,500 crore each year was much larger that what the previous government had allocated for the scheme. The arears total Rs.10,900 crore. The previous Congress-led United Progressive Alliance government had allocated Rs.500 crore for the OROP.
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Clarification regarding Issuance of India Post ATM Card

1. Whether ATM cards can be issued to Illiterate account holders.?

Yes. Just like how account opening is being and also with drawls by Illiterate people is done, the same procedure (witness) may be followed for giving ATM cards to illiterates. However do keep in mind and inform the customer that if any malpractices is being done in their ATM card by the person who is operating their card (if incase), we are not responsible. May be get a letter from the customer before issuing cards to them that they fully understand these conditions.

2. Whether ATM cards can be issued to account holders of other SOLs ?

( Including town sub offices) as the account holders of near by offices are requesting for issue of ATM cards. And detailed procedure is wanting for SOL change/transfer of account from one PO to other PO if specifically requested by the depositor by written letter or producing SB 10(b).
NO. ATM cards should be given to HO account holders only at present. Cards for SOs will be given in future.

3. Whether ATM cards can be issued to all joint holders(A, B, C) or only to first holder.?

ATM cards can be given for single account holder and Joint B(E OR S). For joint B, primary account holder to be given ATM card.

  

FOLLOW UP ACTION BY CPMG,TN ON RJCM MEETING SUBJECT FOR REVISED WAGES/ARREARS/WEEKLY OFF TO PART TIME/FULL TIME CASUAL LABOURERS


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