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Wednesday, August 13, 2014

NFPE WRITES TO RELEASE ALL PENDING PLI/RPLI BILLS

NATIONAL FEDERATION OF POSTAL EMPLOYEES
1st Floor, North Avenue Post Office Building PO, New Delhi - 110001


Ref: PF/PLI/NFPE                                                                                    Dated – 11.08.2014

To

The Secretary
Department of Posts
Dak Bhawan, New Delhi – 110001

Sir,

Sub: -    Non Payment of RPLI/RPLI Incentive Bills – reg.

This is to bring to your notice regarding the huge pending of incentive bills of PLI/RPLI business.

Much emphasis has been imposed by the Department for increasing the RPLI business The employees, mainly the GDS employees, of the Department have been heavily pressurized for increasing the business on incentive basis. The concerned employees, particularly GDS, have worked day and night to increase the business and successfully achieved the set targets. 

In the said scenario, it is worth mentioning that a huge amount of incentives bills are lying unpaid. The employees of the department, who have worked with utmost devotion, are deprived with their legitimate claims.  The pending position are alarming and will be resulted in demotivation among the staff.

For example, In Assam Circle the following are pinch of information

Name of Division
Amount of incentive bills pending (Rs)
Darrang Division
35,00,000/-
Nagaon Division
40,00,000/-
Sivasagar Division
95,00,000/-

Keeping unpaid incentive bills of such a magnitude is highly creating dissatisfactory scenario. Moreover, the employees of the department are still being pressurized to increase the RPLI business, without clearing their earlier incentive claims. By not releasing the due incentive bills and depriving them of their legitimate entitlements will not lead to positive trend.

It is requested to cause suitable instructions to release all the pending incentive bills without further delay and arrange to allot sufficient funds to the Circles.

A line in reply is highly appreciated.

With profound regards,

Yours faithfully,


(M. Krishnan)
Secretary General

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