Friday, December 19, 2014

NFPE DIAMOND JUBILEE INVITATION RELEASED ! ALL OUR LEADERS AND COMRADES ARE WELCOME TO THE HISTORIC FUNCTION !

இயக்க உணர்வு கொள்வோம் ! 
வைரவிழாவில் சங்கமிப்போம் !

அன்புத் தோழர்களே ! தோழியர்களே ! வணக்கம் ! .    
NFPE  தமிழ் மாநில இணைப்புக்குழுவின் சார்பில்  நம்முடைய சம்மேளன வைர விழா மற்றும் நம்முடைய இயக்கத்தின் ஒய்வு பெற்ற  மூத்த தலைவர்களுக்குப் பாராட்டு விழா  நிகழ்வு குறித்த  அழைப்பிதழ் 
கீழே  காணவும்.

இது நமது குடும்ப விழா ! அனைத்து தலைவர்களையும் , நம் இயக்கத்தின் அகில இந்திய சங்கங்களின்  /மாநிலச் சங்கங்களின் நிர்வாகிகளையும் /கோட்ட/ கிளைச் சங்கங்களின் தளபதிகளையும்  அன்பான தோழர்களையும்  , தோழியர்களையும்  இருகரம் நீட்டி வருக வருக என வரவேற்புக் குழு சார்பில் இனிதே வரவேற்கிறோம். 
எந்த வேலை இருந்தாலும் தள்ளி வைத்து விட்டு இந்த விழாவில் கலந்துகொண்டிட வேண்டுகிறோம்.

கடந்த 60 ஆண்டுகளில் நம் இயக்கத்திற்காக  தங்கள் உடல் , பொருள் , நேரம்  என்று எல்லாவற்றையும்  அர்ப்பணித்து  அயராது பணியாற்றிய  மூத்த தலைவர்களை நாம்,  நம் காலத்தில் ஒருசேர அழைத்து பாராட்டு செய்வது என்பது ஓர்  அரிய  நிகழ்வு ஆகும். அரிய  வாய்ப்பும் ஆகும் .
இந்த  நாள் இனிய நாளாக அமையட்டும் .  
சென்னை மாநகரமே அஞ்சல்  தோழர்களால்  நிரம்பட்டும் ! 

இன்று அஞ்சல் துறையை CORPORATISE  செய்திட  TASK  FORCE  ஆல்  திட்ட முன் வடிவு  அரசுக்கு அளிக்கப் பட்டுள்ளது. அதனை எதிர்த்து  போராட  நம் சம்மேளன வரலாறு நமக்கு  உணர்வுகளை அளிக்கட்டும் !.  

நம் மூத்த தலைவர்களின்  போராட்ட வரலாறு நமக்கு வழி காட்டட்டும் !  உணர்வு கொள்வோம் !  உறுதி கொள்வோம் !  

தியாகங்களை நாமும்  மேற்கொள்ள தயாராவோம் !  
இலாக்கா காத்திடுவோம் ! வைரவிழாவில் சங்கமிப்போம் !



PRESS RELEASE OF THE NATIONAL CONVENTION OF THE CENTRAL GOVT EMPLOYEES ORGANISATIONS


Introduction of AADHAR enabled Biometric Attendance System in all Income Tax Offices – CBDT Order


The Government has decided to introduce Aadhar Enabled Biometric Attendance System(AEBAS) and has made employee’s registration mandatory. The system enables an employee with an .Aadhar number to register his/her attendance (arrival/departure) in the office through Biometric authentication.


F.No.Dir(Hqrs.)/Ch(DT)/25(15)/2014/103
Government of India
Ministry of Finance
Department of Revenue
Central Board of Direct Taxes

Room No.155, North Block, New Delhi
Dated 16 December, 2014

OFFICE MEMORANDUM

Subject: Introduction of AADHAR Enabled Biometric Attendance System(AEBAS) – reg.

The undersigned is directed to state. that the Government has decided to introduce Aadhar Enabled Biometric Attendance System(AEBAS) and has made employee’s registration mandatory. The system enables an employee with an .Aadhar number to register his/her attendance (arrival/departure) in the office through Biometric authentication. The. Department of Electronics & Information Technology (DeitY) is the nodal authority to liaise with all the Central Ministries/ Departments to ensure effective implementation of the system. The objective of the scheme and the steps required to he taken for its implementation have been given in detail in the Secretary, DeitY’s letter dated 4.08.2014 (Copy enclosed). To begin with the system was introduced in all Central Government Offices located in Delhi and pursuant thereof instructions were issued to Pr.CCIT(CCA) Delhi and all attached Directorates vide OM of even number dated 09.9.2014 and 15.10.2014 to appoint nodal officers in respect of the offices under their administrative control and to ensure that all employees under them have been enrolled for Aadhar for implementation of the Aadhar based Biometric attendance System in their respective offices.

In this connection it is further stated that Department of Personnel &Training have since issued instructions for installation of AEBAS in all offices of the Central Government, including attached /subordinate offices all over India. The system will be installed in the offices located in Delhi/ New Delhi by 31st December, 2014. In other places this may be installed by 26th January, 2015. A copy of the DOPT’s OM No.11013/9/2014-Estt.(A-III) dated 21.11.2014 issued in this regard is enclosed.

Accordingly, all Pr.CCsIT (CCA) /Pr.DCsIT(CCA)/ CCsIT/DGsIT are requested to take immediate necessary steps for installation of die Aadhar Enabled Biometric Attendance System in the offices under their administrative control within the timelines prescribed in the DOPT’s OM stated above and a report forwarded to this office for perusal of Chairperson CBDT by February 15,2015.

This issues with the approval of Chairperson,CBDT .

Encl. as above.(09 pages)

sd/-
(Anil Uniyal)
Dir(Hqrs.) CBDT

Dopt orders on alteration of date of birth of a Government Servant – reiteration of the instructions


F.No.19017/1/2014-Estt (A-IV)
Government of India
Ministry of Personnel, Public Grievances and Pensions
Department of Personnel and Training

North Block, New Delhi-110 001
Dated : 16th December, 2014

OFFICE MEMORANDUM

Subject : Alteration of date of birth of a Government Servant - reiteration of the instructions.

Rule 56 of Fundamental Rules states that except as otherwise provided in the rule, every Government servant will retire from service on the afternoon of the last day of the month in which he attains the age of sixty years.

Provided that a Government servant whose date of birth is the first of a month shall retire from service on the afternoon of the last day of the preceding month on attaining the age of sixty years.

2. As per Note 6 below the aforesaid Rule, the date of on which a Government servant attains the age of fifty-eight years or sixty years, as the case may be, shall be determined with reference to the date of birth declared by the Government servant at the time of appointment and accepted by the Appropriate Authority on production, as far as possible, of confirmatory documentary evidence such as High School or Higher Secondary or Secondary School Certificate or extracts from Birth Register. The date of birth so declared by the Government servant and accepted by the Appropriate Authority shall not be subject to any alteration except as specified in this note. An alteration of date of birth of a Government servant can be made, with the sanction of a Ministry or Department of the Central Government, or the Comptroller and Auditor-General in regard to persons serving in the Indian Audit and Accounts Department, or an Administrator of a Union Territory under which the Government servant is serving, if —

(a) a request in this regard is made within five years of his entry into Government service;

(b) it is clearly established that a genuine bona fide mistake has occurred; and

(c) the date of birth so altered would not make him ineligible to appear in any School or University of Union Public Service Commission examination in which he had appeared, or for entry into Government service on the date on which he first appeared at such examination or on the date on which he entered Government service.

3. The Supreme Court of India in Civil Appeal No.502 of 1993 — Union of India Vs. Harnam Singh — Judgement dated 9th February, 1993 had observed that :

“Inordinate and unexplained delay or laches on the part of the respondent to seek the necessary correction would in any case have justified the refusal of relief to him. His inaction for all this period of about thirty five years from the date of joining service, therefore precludes him from showing that the entry of his date of birth in service record was not correct”.

The observations of the Apex Court was also circulated to all Ministries and Departments of the Government of India vide OM No.19017/2/92-Estt.(A) dated 19-5-1993.

4. All the Ministries and Departments are requested to keep the above in view while processing cases of requests for changes of date of birth.

5. Hindi version follows.

sd/-
(B.Bandyopadhyay)
Under Secretary to the Government of India

Retirement age issue echoes in Parliament - Minister says that there is no such proposal

Revision of retirement age topic echoes also in Parliament today. Dopt Minister replied in a written form to a question asked by the members of Sardar Sukhdev Singh Dhindsa, Dr.T.Subbarami Reddy and Smt. Ambika Soni in Rajya Sabha today. Minister said that there is no proposal under consideration of Government to reduce the retirement age from 60 to 58 years for its employees.

He also said, the Centre’s total wages and salaries bill for its employees for the year 2010-11, 2011-12 and 2012-13 is Rs. 85,963.50 crore, Rs. 92,264.88 crore and Rs. 1,04,759.71 crore, respectively. The retirement age for Central Government employees was revised from 58 to 60 years in 1997 on the basis of recommendations of the 5th Central Pay Commission.

SECRETARY STAFF SIDE NATIONAL COUNCIL JCM WRITES TO GOVERNMENT

No.NC/JCM/2014
Dated: December 16, 2014

The Cabinet Secretary,
(Government of India),
Cabinet Secretariat,
Rashtrapati Bhawan,
New Delhi

Dear Sir,

Sub: Functioning of Joint Consultative Machinery

Since assuming charge of Secretary(Staff Side), National Council(JCM), I have repeatedly demanded to convene a meeting of the National Council(JCM). It is, however, regretful to point out that, despite all out efforts made by me and requesting you in person to hold the meeting, no meeting of the NC/JCM has been convened till date.

It may be appreciated the Joint Consultative Machinery(JCM) at the National level, conceived as an effective Negotiating Forum, has virtually become defunct as no meeting of this forum has been held during the last four years, with the result that, a number of major grievances of the Central Government employees continue to remain unresolved, because of which they are badly agitated.

The procrastinated discussions in the National Anomaly Committee did not proceed to settle any tangible anomaly item. Even after reaching agreement, the government has refused to issue orders on some issues. This apart, the demands raised by the Staff Side for grant of Interim Relief and Merger of DA with Pay have been refused by the government. One of the vital segments of the Central Government Employees, i.e. Grameen Dak Sewaks of the Postal Department, are kept outside the ambit of the 7th CPC. Unilateral decisions were taken to induct FDI in the Railways, Privatize the Railway and Defence Production Units; closure of the Printing Presses, Publication and Stationery Departments; contractorise the medical store functions; corporatize the Postal Organization and outsource various governmental functions.

Under these circumstances, all the constituents of the National Council(JCM)(Staff Side) had to hold a “National Convention” on 11th December, 2014 in New Delhi, wherein after detailed deliberations and taking stock of the situation, a detailed programme of struggle has been chalked-out. In case there is no positive response from the Official Side, it will ultimately lead to indefinite strike.

A copy of the Declaration of the above-mentioned Convention is enclosed herewith, which is self explanatory. We do fervently hope that negotiation is possible even at this late stage and would therefore urge upon you to take concrete steps in that direction. We also hope that you will be able to appreciate that any decision of the government which affects the job security of the employees adversely need to be discussed and agreement reached at the JCM Forum.

I would, therefore, request you to personally intervene in the matter, being the Chairman of the National Council(JCM), so as to avoid serious unrest and disturbance to industrial peace in the Central Government Services and hold discussions with the Staff Side, NC/JCM on these vital issues at your earliest.

sd/-
(Shiva Gopal Mishra)

Encl: As above

Copy to : All Constituents of National Council(JCM), for information.

NC Staff Side JCM writes to Cabinet Secretary to convene a meeting of National Council JCM


The procrastinated discussions in the National Anomaly Committee did not proceed to settle any tangible anomaly item. Even after reaching agreement, the government has refused to issue orders on some issues. This apart, the demands raised by the Staff Side for grant of Interim Relief and Merger of DA with Pay have been refused by the government. 

National Council Staff Side Secretary JCM writes to Cabinet Secretary to organize a JCM meeting. Reproduction of the letter is given below for your information…


                                                                                                                                     Shiva Gopal Mishra
                                                                                                                                                  Secretary

National Council (Staff Side)
Joint Consultative Machinery
for Central Government Employees
13-C, Ferozshah Road, New Delhi – 110001
E-Mail : nc.jcm.np@gmail.com

Wednesday, December 17, 2014

AGENDA ITEMS FOR JCM (Department Council) Meeting on 16.12.2014

JCM  இலாக்கா குழுக் கூட்டம் கடந்த 16.12.2014 அன்று புது டெல்லியில் நடைபெற்றது. இந்தக் கூட்டத்தில் 100 SUBJECTS  விவாதத்திற்கு எடுக்கப் பட்டது. ஏற்கனவே தமிழக அஞ்சல் மூன்று சார்பில் நாம் அளித்த 35 SUBJECTS  நம் வலைத்தளத்தில் வெளியிட்டிருந்தோம். 
இதில் 20 SUBJECTS  ஏற்கப்பட்டு விவாதத்தில் வைக்கப் பட்டது. அதனை கீழே உங்கள் பார்வைக்கு தருகிறோம்.  பேசப்பட்ட பிரச்சினைகளின் முடிவை  அகில இந்திய அஞ்சல் மூன்று  வலைத்தளத்தில் நம்முடைய பொதுச் செயலர் தோழர் N . சுப்ரமணியன் அளிக்க உள்ளார் .

ITEMS FOR DEPARTMENTAL COUNCIL (JCM) MEETING

 Grant of Split duty allowance to HSG II, HSG I Postmaster Grade II, Postmaster Grade III SPMs/PMs par with other officials.

Split duty allowance is not being paid to the above category of officials even though they are put into split duty like other officials as they fall under Group ‘B’ classification. Split duty allowance may be paid to the above category officials ordered for split duty irrespective of their classification

 Stepping up of pay for promotees par with Direct recruit.

Inordinate delay in ordering of stepping up of pay to the promotees par with Direct recruitment P.A.s, recruited after 1.1.2006 and stepping up of pay in Postman cadre.

                                                                         MACP related issues.

a) Promotions accrued by passing departmental promotional examinations should not be counted towards MACP. Implement Jodhpur CAT Judgment.
b) Bench mark should not be made applicable to non-gazetted posts.
Stepping up of pay with junior should be allowed in MACP also.
Pay fixation on Promotional hierarchy and not Grade pay hierarchy

Grant of HRA to the officials who are not provided with standard accommodation

1.            The accommodation provided by institutions / Govt. Establishments is not according to the schedule of Accommodation. The rent paid by the department is also nominal. But the officials are foregoing HRA in huge quantum.
2.            In rural / semi urban areas the rent paid by department is less than the HRA foregone by the officials.
3.            The erstwhile accommodation of A Class, LSG is provided to the officials working in HSG I or without provided the quarters as per schedule of Accommodation.
In all the cases, the quarters may be delinked and officials provided with HRA

Request for not abolishing the GDSV/SV post despite there has been decline in sale of stamps on the basis of the latest statistics.
                 
                                                                     Mismatch of PA vacancies

Acute shortage of P.As in Circles, despite of annual recruitments. There is mismatch between sanctioned and working strengths, despite taken into account of the current year vacancies announced, screening committee vacancies etc. Hence a thorough review is requested, based on the work hour statement, and adding 10% LR arriving sanctioned strength, working strength of the divisions etc.

Identification of Leave Reserve PAs

Identifying of Leave reserve Postal assistants are determined on the basis of three years instead of two years qualifying service in some circles is in practice against the Directorate instructions. Especially, in Tamilnadu Circle Leave Reserve PAs are being identified on completion of Three years of service. Suitable instructions are needed to be issued to guide the Circles in this regard.

147. Shortage of PAs and SAs despite recruitments.

Acute shortage of P.A.s in many divisions, despite of annual recruitments. There is mismatch between sanctioned and working strengths, despite taken into account of the current year vacancies announced, screening committee vacancies etc. Hence a thorough review is requested,   based on the work hour statement, and adding 10% LR arriving sanctioned strength,   working strength of the divisions etc. An onboard scientific comparison needs to be exercised in every division with establishment branch and the staff branch.

Filling up of all HSG-I Posts as prescribed in the present Recruitment rules.

Present Recruitment rules for the cadre of HSG-I came in to force w.e.f 17th July 2014. All the 1741 posts are needed to be filled with HSG-II officials with prescribed qualifying service and the remaining unfilled posts are to be operated at the level of HSG-II. By this process, there is no need to keep any post vacant in the name of dearth of qualified hands. It is requested to fill up all the HSG-I and HSG-II Posts and the chain vacancies arising in LSG may be filled without any loss of time. All the circles are required to be instructed to fill up all the chain of vacancies in HSG-I, HSG-II LSG by convening DPCs and fill up all the PA vacancies arising out of this promotion process.

Hardships in Rule 38 transfers

Request for relaxation in granting Rule 38 transfers. Exemption may be granted for adjusting the requests with communal vacancies, since the present system having the possibility of overlooking senior requests made and in cases of particular communal vacancy not available in a particular division, no officials from that particular community can get transfer to that division decades together, till such time the post based roster point vacated. This is against natural justice. 

De-quarterization of Post attached quarters

Decentralization of  power to PMG is requested .Furthermore the power of suspension of quarters beyond 90 days may also please be delegated to the Regional PMsG in order to avoid delay in drawal of due HRA to the incumbent officials

Provision of  accommodation to RJCM in circles

Providing accommodation to the staff side RJCM to have the office, in the respective circle Headquarters is required. Staff side without accommodation cannot function effectively and efficiently to discuss, prepare and presenting their subjects. In some circles vacant accommodation is presently available. For example in Tamilnadu Circle, there is enormous space available in the adjacent building at Anna Road HPO vacated by the BSNL authorities but not yet allotted. (Though replied positively under item 2 of the RJCM meeting of Tamilnadu Circle held on 24.8.2011, no action taken till date).

Sluggish network connectivity for CBS and CIS

It is requested  to take action for increasing  bandwidth capacity in the  Sify net work  in all the  CBS offices . Presently even  in many LSG offices  the bandwidth  provided  is  only  256 or 512 kbps and  in  major offices  it   was limited to 1  or  2 Mbps, whereas  in  various  Banking sector for the  use of  same  Finacle Soft ware  the  bandwidth  provides is  above 5 Mbps. Because of such poor capacity of bandwidth, sluggish operation  and poor connectivity experienced  affecting  public services badly.

Issues related to IT Moderinisation Project – computerization, Core Banking Solution, Core Insurance Solution etc.

(a)          Replace out dated computers and peripherals with new ones. Increase network capabilities and Bandwidth.
(b)          Set right the Users credential problems in leave arrangements etc.
(c)           Stop hasty “Go live” of CBS, CIS till cleansing of data pucca.
(d)          Provide all assistance and stop harassment in the Implementation of CBS & CIS

Withdrawal of ordering Holiday duty on every holidays

It is requested to withdraw the Holiday  duty ordered in many divisions preventing the officials from discharging their religious duties. It is being practiced for every holiday to put into duties  denying the officials to take weekly rest. It not only resulted in mental agony but to intrude in the religious freedom also. Circles/Divisions may be instructed to refrain from ordering unjust holiday duty.

Safety & Security in transportation of cash

Non provision of Armed Guard and vehicular facility in many Divisions for conveyance of  heavy cash from  one  Post Office  to another Post Office  resulting in  huge loss of  Govt. money and  recovery of  loss by means of  Contributory  negligence from the  innocent officials. Hence the provision of Armed Guard is to be ensured by issue of suitable instructions to Circles/ Divisions.
Some incidents of loss of cash have been resulted recovery from innocent officials.
(eg. Vriddhachalam , Sirkali  and Pondichery  Divisions of Tamilnadu Circle).

Non supply of Postage stamps

Non supply of  smaller denomination  postage stamps and post cards to cater the  need of the public   in  BOs  and  Rural  areas where  there is no BPC  available.

Inadequate stamp supply

It is widely criticized by the press all over India particularly in Tamilnadu about the non availability of Postage stamps. In many Rural Post offices staff are suffering to face the public resentments. It is requested to arrange adequate supply of required postage stamps to cater the need of the Public and effective function of Rural POs.

Revengeful trade union victimization

Request to cancel the trade union victimization  in Tamilnadu Circle viz. Mass ‘Dies Non’ ordered in Southern Region to the officials who have taken part in the Demonstration conducted by the Circle Co-Ordination committee of NFPE on 10.01.2014 in front of R.O. on specific charter of demands.( No action taken by CPMG, TN  despite  taking up this case on several times by all the Circle Unions).

PJCA CIRCULAR regarding CAMAPIGN PROGRAMME of LEADERS

NFPE * FNPO * AIPEU-GDS (NFPE) * NUGDS
NATIONAL FEDERATION OF POSTAL EMPLOYEES
FEDERATION OF NATIONAL POSTAL ORGANIZATIONS
ALL INDIA POSTAL EMPLOYEES UNION GDS (NFPE)
NATIONAL UNION OF GRAMIN DAK SEWAKS (FNPO)
CENTRAL HEAD QUARTERS, NEW DELHI – 110001


No : PJCA/2014                                                   16.12.2014  

CIRCULAR
To
            All Office Bearers of both Federations,
            All General Secretaries of both the Federations
            All Circle / Divisional and Branch Secretaries

 Comrades,

A meeting of Postal JCA consisting NFPE, FNPO, AIPE Union GDS (NFPE) and NUGDS was held at NFPE office, North Avenue, Post Office Building, New Delhi on 03.12.2014. All General Secretaries of NFPE, FNPO and GDS Unions attended the meeting. Com. M. Krishnan Ex. Secretary General NFPE and Secretary General Confederation was also present.

After detailed discussions the following decisions were taken:

1.         Indefinite strike will be organized from 6th May, 2015.

2.         Intensive campaign programme will be launched by the JCA leaders.

3.         JCA will be formed in all the circles. The following leaders of JCA are authorized for formation of Circle JCA and this work should be completed before 31st Jan-2015:

Kerala
Shri D. Theagarajan, S/G  FNPO
Com. M. Krishnan Ex. S/G  NFPE
Karnataka
Sri D. Kishan Rao G/S P-III (FNPO)
Com. P. Suresh G/S R-4 (NFPE)
Andhra Pradesh
Shri  G.M. Rabani Vice president (FNPO)
Com. R. Seethalaxmi G/S P-4 (NFPE)
Tamilnadu
Shri N. Ramappa G/S  R-4 (FNPO)
Com. T. Satyanarayana G/S Postal Accounts(NFPE)
Odisha
Shri U. Murlidharan G/S NUGDS

Com. P Pandurangarao G/S AIPEU GDS(NFPE)
Maharashtra
Shri D. Kishan Rao G/S P-III (FNPO)
Com. Giri raj Singh G/S R-3 (NFPE)
Gujarat
Shri T N Rahate G/S P-4 (FNPO)
Com, N. Subramanian G/S P-3 (NFPE)
M.P.
Shri T N Rahate G/S P-4 (FNPO)
Com. R.N. Parashar S/G (NFPE)
Chhattisgarh
Shri  D. Kishan Rao G/S P-III (FNPO)
Com. R.N. Parashar S/G (NFPE)
Rajasthan
Shri O.P. Khanna G/S Admn. (FNPO)
Com. Virendra Tiwari G/S SBCO (NFPE)
UP
Shri B.S. Singh (FNPO)
Com. S.B. Yadav G/S R.O. Accounts (NFPE)
Punjab
Shri Jaipal Singh  Vice President  P-4 (FNPO)
Com. Giriraj Singh G/S R-3 (NFPE)
Hayrana
Shi Jaipal Sin gh Vice President , P-4 (FNPO)
Com. N. Subramanian G/S P-3 (NFPE)
H.P.
Shi Jaipal Singh Vice President , P-4 (FNPO)
Com. K.K. Sharma Vice President ,(NFPE)
Bihar
Shri D. Kishan Rao G/S P-III (FNPO)
Com. R. Seethalaxmi G/S P-4 (NFPE)
Jharkhand
Shri Deepak Mukherjee President R-III (FNPO)
Com. R. Shiv Narayana President P-III (NFPE)
West Bengal
Shri D. Kishan Rao G/S P-III (FNPO)
Com. ,. N. Subramanian G/S P-3 (NFPE)
Assam
Shri Deepak Mukherjee President R-4 (FNPO)
Com. Pranab Bhattacharjee G/S Admn.(NFPE)
North East
Shri Deepak Mukherjee President R-4 (FNPO)
Com. Pranab Bhattacharjee G/S Admn.(NFPE)
Uttarakhand
Shri  R K Tyagi    Dy/ G/S R-3 (FNPO)
Com. R. Seethalaxmi G/S P-4 (NFPE)
Delhi
Com. RN. Parashar S/G NFPE
Shri D. Theagarajan S/G (FNPO) and all General Secretaries.

4.         JCA unanimously decided to oppose Task Force Committee recommendations.

5.         State JCA leaders will authorize circle leaders of both Federations for formation of Divisional level JCA & this should be completed before 28th Feb 2015.

6.         State conventions and Divisional conventions should be held in the month of March-2015.

7.         Circulars, Banners, Pamphlets describing the demands should be sent to all and these should be circulated in regional languages also.

Yours Comradely,
                         Sd/                                                                                               Sd/-
    R. N. Parashar                                                                         D. Theagarajan
Secretary General, NFPE                                                 Secretary General, FNPO  

                         Sd/-                                                                                          Sd/-
  P. Pandurangarao                                                                  P. U. Muraleedharan
  General Secretary                                                                   General Secretary

          AIPEU-GDS (NFPE)                                                                    NUGDS (FNPO)