Tuesday, November 24, 2015

HOLD PROTEST DEMONSTRATIONS AGAINST THE CONSTITUTION OF AN OFFICER'S COMMITTEE FOR GRAMIN DAK SEVAKS

NOTIFICATION ISSUED FOR GDS PAY COMMITTEE
For the last few days we are observing from various sources of media that the Department is constituted an Officer Committee parallel with the 7th Central Pay Commission to look in to the issues of Gramin Dak Sevaks. 

It is the most stringent attitude of the Govt and Department regarding GDS even after enough requests and appeals from all corners of Central Government employees including Railways & Defense personnel to include GDS in the ambit of 7th CPC.

The Govt. and Department of Posts thrown the ball in the court for a foul game with all the Central Govt employees and GDS and dragged the issue for two years. Now it has opened its narrow mindedness through the pronouncement in the Report of the 7th CPC after its submission to the Govt and started the process of constituting an officer committee routinely to keep the GDS away from the Departmental employees. 

It is published that Shri Kamalesh Chandra, Retired Postal Board Member’s name is cleared by the Govt. for appointment as the 'Chairman' of the GDS Pay Committee.

This is a very unfortunate situation for GDS, struggling for their pay and benefits as usually what every time of pay commission is constituted. We have to face the circumstances boldly and courageously. 

After reviewing the over all situation prevailed in all quarters, our AIPEU GDS (NFPE) CHQ called for a programme of action as a protest to the indifferent attitude over the 2.70lakh GDS.

HOLD PROTEST DEMONSTRATIONS

IN ALL WORK PLACES ON THE NOTIFICATION OF
THE CONSTITUTION OF AN OFFICER COMMITTEE FOR GRAMIN DAK SEVAKS

All the Branch / Divisional Secretaries, Circle Secretaries / CHQ office bearers are requested to conduct the programme effectively. NFPE endorsed this programme of action to participate all members of its affiliated unions in all divisions and circles.

==P.PANDURANGARAO
       General Secretary

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