Details of Agitation program and Early implementation of GDS Committee report

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FEDERATION OF NATIONAL POSTAL ORGANISATIONS
T-24, Atul Grove Road, New Delhi – 110 001. Phone : 011-23321378
E-mail : theagarajannachi@hotmail.com


Ref: 9/NUGDS/68/2017                                                                                                                              30/10/2017

To,
Shri A. N. Nanda,
Chairman, Postal Services Board,
Dak Bhavan, New Delhi 110 001.

Sir,

Sub: – Inordinate delay in implementing GDS commission Recommendations.

  1. The Chairman, Postal Services Board is very well aware that the one man committee headed by Sri. Kamalesh
    Chandra, Retired Postal Board Member had submitted its report to the Government on 24-11-2016.
  2. In turn Group of officers of the Department examined the report under the chair of Sri. Tilak De. Member
    Postal Services Board. Subsequently staff side were also consulted by this committee. After the formal
    approval by J.S & F.A. the file was sent to Ministry of Communications and from their the file was sent to MOF
    for mandatory approval. 90 days have lapsed and now it is reliably learnt that formal approval will take
    some more time for implementing GDS Committee Recommendations.
  3. The recommendations of 7th CPC was implemented to central government employees on 01/08/2016. Three
    lakhs Gramin Dak Sevaks working mostly in the Branch Post Offices in rural villages are not getting their
    wage revision due to less attention by our Department in due time.


  4. My federation and its affiliated union general secretaries avoid confrontation with the department. But as far
    as this issue is concerned we want to record our strong protest and decided to conduct the agitation in a
    peaceful way.
  5. Details of the agitation programme are attached for your information.

FEDERATION OF NATIONAL POSTAL ORGANISATIONS
T-24, Atul Grove Road, New Delhi – 110 001. Phone : 011-23321378
E-mail : theagarajannachi@hotmail.com

Demand 1. Early implementation of GDS Committee report. Agitation programmes.

Also Read:- AIGDSU Countrywide relay Hunger fast on 9-11-2017 and 10-11-2017 for implementation of GDS Committee Report

To Submit Memorandum to the Prime Minister through the state governor on 08/11/2017. Hunger fast/Dharna on 09/11/2017 & 10/11/2017 at Circle Office / Regional office. On 10/11/2017 after 6.00pm FNPO affiliated union office bearers to conduct procession covering their mouth with Black cloth. After the procession to meet the local Member of Parliament and submit a letter requesting him to send a letter to our Finance Minister.

Yours sincerely,

Circle Secretaries


FEDERATION OF NATIONAL POSTAL ORGANISATIONS
T-24, Atul Grove Road, New Delhi – 110 001. Phone : 011-23321378
E-mail : theagarajannachi@hotmail.com

MEMORANDUM SUBMITTED TO THE HONOURABLE PRIME MINISTER OF INDIA BY THE
FEDERATION OF NATIONAL POSTAL ORGANIZATIONS AND ITS AFFILIATED UNION/ASSOCIATIONS.

To
Shri Narendra Modi,
Honourable Prime Minister,
Govt. Of India
New Delhi 110 001.

Respected Sir,
We, the Federation of National Postal Organisations and its affiliated union submit this Memorandum
for your kind consideration.
The Department of Posts has constituted committee vide Gazette notification on 19th November
2015 headed by Sri. Kamalesh Chandra, Retired Postal Board Member to revise the wages of
3 lakh Gramin Dak Sevaks working mostly in the Branch Post Offices in rural villages of our country.
The committee submitted its report to the Department on 24/11/2016. After due Departmental
formalities the file was sent to Ministry of Finance by the Ministry of communication for mandatory
approval during July 2017. Three months have lapsed file is still pending with the Ministry of
Finance.
In view of the above, we request the Honourable Prime Minister to kindly give suitable instructions
to the concerned officer to give Mandatory approval of the recommendation which was sent by
the Minstry Of Communication.

Yours sincerely,

Circle Secretaries

Source:- FNPO

 

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