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bhartiya post december 2008

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BHARTIYA POST
DECEMBER, 2008
27 Chennai City North (Tamilnadu)
5000
28 Una (Himachal Pradesh)
1800
29 Tamluk (West Bengal)
2000
30 Karur (Tamilnadu)
1500
31 Bardoli (Maharastra)
2000
32 Chapra/Saran (Bihar)
500
33 Patan (Gujarat)
1200
34 Mandsour (Madhya Pradesh)
1000
35 Karimganj (Assam)
600
36 Tura (North East)
1000
37 Bhubaneswar (Orissa)
400
38 Ajmer (Rajasthan)
3500
39 Jagtial (Andhra Pradesh)
500
40 Nuzvid (Andhra Pradesh)
400
41 Vizianagram (Andhra Pradesh)
1500
42 Karimnagar (Andhra Pradesh)
500
43 Bhathinda (Punjab)
700
44 Azamgarh (Uttar Pradesh)
500
45 Palani (Tamilnadu)
800
46 Palayamkottai (Tamilnadu)
1000
47 Udumalpet (Tamilnadu)
200
48 Tirunelveli (Tamilnadu)
1000
49 Latur (Maharastra)
1640
50 Rajkot (Gujarat)
6000
51 Amravati (Maharastra)
3000
52 Sitamarhi (Bihar)
1000
53 Nalgonda (Andhra Pradesh)
1100
54 Puttur (Karnataka)
6000
55 Warangal (Andhra Pradesh)
5000
56 Nanjangud (Karnataka)
2000
57 Palakkad (Kerala)
3800
58 Goa (Maharastra)
3000
59 Salem West (Tamilnadu)
3000
60 Mandya (Karnataka)
1200
61 Manjeri (Kerala)
2000
62 Koppal (Karnataka)
1500
63 Raichur (Karnataka)
1500
64 Mushirabad (West Bengal)
1000
65 Adilabad (Andhra Pradesh)
600
66 Kavali (Andhra Pradesh)
500
67 Proddatur (Andhra Pradesh)
2000
68 PSD Rajamundary (Andhra Pradesh)
1100
69 Kannur (Kerala)
3000
70 Bhilwara (Rajasthan)
1400
71 Sikar (Rajasthan)
1500
72 Varanasi West (Uttar Pradesh)
2000
73 Tirupattur (Tamilnadu)
1000
74 Tiruvallur (Tamilnadu)
600
75 Arni (Tamilnadu)
500
76 Parbhani (Maharastra)
1000
77 Dharmshala (Himachal Pradesh)
1400
78 Idukki (Kerala)
1800
79 Pudukottai (Tamilnadu)
1000
80 Ambattur (Tamilnadu)

2000 81 Com. Varedraj (Mangalore, Karnataka) 1500 82 Sub Postmaster & Starff,

(Nangal P.O. Punjab)
2100
83 Com. Manavalan
(Avadi Camp, Tamilnadu)
1001
84 Com. S. Purohit
20
85 Com. Ram Lal Juneja
20
86 Jeethendradas
40
87 Niranajan Chatterjee
20
88 Tiruchirapalli (Tamilnadu)
4000
89 Srikakulam (Andhra Pradesh)
2000
90 Dhubri (Assam)
1005
91 Thellessary (Kerala)
1836
92 Akola (Maharastra)
2000
93 Chamoli (Uttarakhand)
5000
94 Trissur (Kerala
4000
95 Gondal (Gujarat)
3000
96 Hyderabad South (Andhra Pradesh)
3000
97 Gorakhpur (Uttar Pradesh)
1000
98 Arunachal (North East)
5000
99 Chariali (Assam)
440
100 Agartala (North East)
1360
101 Bongaigaon (Assam)
1250
102 Sagar (M. P)
2100
103 Bilaspur (Chattisgarh)
1000
104 Shahdol (Madhya Pradesh)
1000
105 Damoh (Madhya Pradesh)
700
106 Secunderabad H.O (Andhra Pradesh)
1800
107 Secunderabad Dn. (Andhra Pradesh)
1000
108 Rajahmundry (Andhra Padesh)
1800
109 Kakinada (Andhra Pradesh)
1000
110 Gorakhpur (Uttar Pradesh)
500
111 Kheri (Uttar Pradesh)
520
112 Bilaspur (Himachal Pradesh)
1200

Kudos to the office bearers & members who contributed to CHQ. All other branches re also requested to remit the donation at the earliest.

DONATION RECEIVED BY THE CHQ
(From 08.10.2008 to 18.11.2008)
The following Branches have responded further and remitted donations to CHQ @ Rs.20/-
per membership & more than the prescribed amount. Our Sincere thanks to all of them.
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BHARTIYA POST
DECEMBER, 2008
27TH ALL INDIA CONFERENCE AT GUNTUR FROM 30.11.08 TO 02.12.08

As scheduled, the 27th AIC will be held at Acharya Nagarjuna University Campus, Guntur from 30.11.08 to 02.12.08 with the notified Agenda.

The efforts to conduct a Seminar on \u201cChanging Face of Global Postal services under the Globalization era and its impact on Staff and Customers\u201d become futile due to the non availability of dates from the eminent professors & Departmental officers. Now, we are going to deliberate our subject Committee for whole three days without wasting any time.

Draft Resolutions will be supplied on important agendas alongwith the Biennial report which will be the basis for discussions. Separate Sub Committee meetings will also be held during the break hours of the Conference by the Conveners of the sub committees. We desire that this conference shall discuss all our issues threadbare and guide the CHQ

for future functioning.

All Delegates are invited and they are requested to reach the Conference venue in time and submit the credentials from 29.11.08 evening so that we can compose the house on 30.11.08 morning itself. The Quota, Bhartiya Post dues & also the donations should be cleared in the Conference hall.

The Reception Committee has fixed Rs. 450/ - as delegate fee, a nominal and decided to present compliments worth about Rs.200/- They strictly informed that all visitors should pay the delegate fee; otherwise they will not be allowed inside the campus. Please maintain discipline in this regard.

The Conference invitation will be despatched soon. All are requested to attend and cooperate to make the Guntur Conference a historical success one.

FEDERAL SECRETARIAT MEETING \u2013 08.11.08

The NFPE Federal Secretariat meeting was held on 08.11.08 and discussed about the GDS committee recommendations and our role. The Secretariat felt that there are several retrograde, cruel recommendations in the committee\u2019s report and decided to launch joint struggle under the banner of JCA and with Confederation. A detailed note seeking the modification of recommendation will be prepared

and submitted to the Department on behalf of Postal
JCA soon.

The programme of action called for by the GDS union for protest demonstrations on 11.11.08 and Pada Yatra mass compaign from 20.11.08 to 26.11.08 has been unanimously endorsed by the Secretariat. All are requested to extend support to these programmes.

NFPE\u2019s ALL INDIA CONVENTION

The NFPE calls \u2018A leaders convention\u2019 in Guntur on 29.11.08 consisting of all Circle Secretaries, CHQ office bearers of all the affiliated unions and also the GDS union. The issues like Need based minimum wage, Fitment Formula discriminative and biased against Employees, and also in grade pay enhanced only for officers, Government unilaterally implemented the modifications with out

any consultation of Staff side etc will be discussed in the convention. Similarly, the retrograde recommendations on GDS will take prominent debates in the convention. The convention will decide proper agitational decisions by formulating charter of demands for effective struggles to wrest the demands. This will be an historic event in the milestone of the history of Federation and its unions.

MEETING WITH MOS (C & IT) ON \u2018PROJECT ARROW\u2019

The Hon\u2019ble Minister of State for communications & IT has invited staff side to his office on 11.11.2008 to give a briefing on the subject of \u2018Project Arrow\u2019, According the Secretary General of NFPE & FNPO along with the General Secretaries attended the meeting at 11.00 hours. The following problems developed due to implementation of \u2018Project Arrow\u2019 were appraised to the Minister through representation.

(i)
Absence of transparency in implementation.
(ii)
Curtailment of delivery and no proper
scheduling of mail vans.
(iii)

Shortage of staff; keeping full staff in project arrow identified POs; increase the leave reserve strength etc.

(iv)
Training to staff on technology before
introduction of new services.
(v)

Demotivating the supervisory staff by identifying as regular & FTP. Training & Retraining will be the best solution for better efficiency.

During the discussions with the Hon\u2019ble Minister, It is pointed out that the scheme may not be successful if the Department is not granted with exemption from screening committee and fill up all

General Secretary\u2019s Desk
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BHARTIYA POST
DECEMBER, 2008

vacant posts including the residual vacancies. The Secretary (P) immediately reacted that the exemption to Postal department from the screening committee will be received shortly. Hon\u2019ble Minister also assured that he will take immediate steps with FM & PM. After the meeting, Secretary (P) conveyed that she is expecting orders before the end of this month as all other formalities were over in granting exemption to Postal Department.

Hon\u2019ble Minister conveyed that his doors are always open and he wants to make the postal services an efficient service. He is very much concerned with GDS. Minister & Secretary conveyed that they are studying the report of the Natarajamoorthy committee.

After very many years, the Hon\u2019ble Minster invited the staff side and discussed the issues for about 25 minutes.

The project Arrow is the brain child of Hon\u2019ble Minster of State (C & IT) Sri Jyotiraditya Scindia. Basically the project arrow is intended for two aspects:

(i)
Making the core right (mail delivery is a core
business and making it right is the main motto)
(ii)

Look & Feel good of the Post offices (i.e.) the ambience of the Post offices (It is believed that a better and pleasant working environment can bring a change in the mindset of employees as well as customers)

This innovative idea has been derived in
consultation with a company named Mckenze.

Mckenze is a MNC which is solely functioning on consultancy pattern. Mckenze offers consultancy to many loss making companies, organizations in identifying the areas of loss and suggest to build up as a profitable organization. This concern is a successful one in that arena. The game plan is now being executed through this Project Arrow. The department is having a plan to identify further 4500 offices under the Project Arrow scheme.

Let us analyse further its out comes and its
performance after some time.
PROJECT ARROW

GDS Committee headed by Sri R. S. Natarajamurti has submitted its recommendations on 29.10.08. Indeed, it is one of the report containing various cruel decisions and more retrograde recommendations equating the GDS with part-time employees like Anganwadi workers. Whatever be the loopholes already existing in favour of GDS employees like time factor, point systems etc, they have been properly searched and blocked. Almost the entire report is with pre conceived motivation to deny all legitimate right to

GDS and treat them as second rated citizens of the Postal department. The report did not contain any justifications to deny the dues but merely treating them as part time employees having other avocation and income. Thus Sri Natarajamurti did the job effectively to bury the justice Talwar Committee with his bureaucratic language. Our comments were already exhibited in the website. Launching struggle unitedly is the only option for rejecting the retrograde and negative aspects of the report and save the GDS from further slavery.

GDS COMMITTEE
BONUS STRUGGLE

The leaders of NFPE & FNPO observed hunger fast from 16.10.08 to 17.10.08 demanding to delete the discrimination in the bonus ceiling endorsement orders denying the ceiling revision to GDS on 21.10.08. Due to our effective negotiations, the Secretary (P) was pleased and directed to release fresh orders in supersession of 15th and the orders were issued accordingly.

However in many circles, they have not drawn

arrears bonus to GDS seeking unwarranted clarifications from Directorate. What kind of orders was issued during 1995, the similar kind of endorsement is made now by the revised order with the mention of superceding the order dt. 15.10.08. As such there is no need for any clarification and if any thing is made it is due to the lobby of the Establishment section of the Directorate which created the problem unwarrantedly on 15.10.08 by causing such a discriminatory orders.

OTHER ISSUES
(i)

Modified ACP promotion orders are not yet issued by the DOPT. Only on receipt of the same, we can effectively pursue the case further for the extension of the ACP promotion to Postal employees.

(ii)
Cadre restructuring proposal was sent by our
CHQ earlier to the Department. So far no meeting is
called for. We will pursue the issue further for early
consideration of our proposals.
(ii)

Revision of wages as per the revised pay structure based on Sixth CPC for RRR candidates, paid substitutes, casual labourers, contingent paid etc are being processed by the Directorate.

Let us meet at Guntur on 30.11.08 in the historic AIC. Till then, with greetings

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