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Friday, January 31, 2014

Com. Ishwar Singh Dabas, Ex-General Secretary All India Postal Employees Union Postmen & MTS/Group ‘D’ and all India Asst. Secretary, Confederation of Central Government Employees & Workers retired from service today (31.01.2014), P3 CHQ wishes to Com. Dabas Ji a long, happy and Prosperous retired life.

DEPARTMENT OF POST’s APPEAL TO WITHDRAW THE STRIKE


We have already given strike notice to Cabinet Secretary taking in the Consideration the fact that Postal Department can not settle common demands of the Central Government Employees.


(M. Krishnan)
Secretary General 
NFPE

Chief PMG Postings - Maharashtra & Assam Circle

Directorate vide memo No. 1-5/2014-SPG dated 29/1/2014 has issued promotion order ofShri Pradipta Kumar Bisoi, (IPoS-1985) Postmaster General, Berhampur Region (Odisha Circle) and posted him as Chief Postmaster General, Maharashtra Circle, Mumbai. 

Ms. A. Ghosh, (IPoS-1986) Postmaster General, SK Region Karnataka posted as CPMG Assam Circle, Guwahati. 

Postal banks effective globally: Nachiket Mor

, head of the Reserve Bank of India ()’s committee on , on Thursday said the postal bank model had been a success globally. In a report by the committee, Mor had advocated differentiated banks and a new structure for priority sector lending


A former deputy managing director of , Mor is also a member of an advisory committee under former RBI governor  that is vetting the applications of 25 applicants for bank licences. The committee has been mandated to communicate its suggestions to the banking regulator.

While  has applied for a , there are differences within the government on whether the entity should be allowed to enter the sector. While the communications and information technology ministry is pushing the idea, the finance ministry is opposed to the move.

“I don’t want to comment anything about India Post. What I am saying is worldwide,  have been very effective as payment banks,” Mor said at the sidelines of a seminar of financial inclusion.



The finance ministry is not keen on letting India Post convert itself into a bank, citing practical difficulties. This is despite the fact that about 90 per cent of its 155,000 post offices are located in villages. As of March 2013, postal savings stood at Rs 6.05 lakh crore, half the total deposits of , India’s largest lender.

Last week, Minister for Communications & Information Technology Kapil Sibal said his ministry would ensure India Post got a banking licence.

The Mor panel has recommended setting up two kind of banks — payment banks and wholesale ones. It emphasises the need to move away from the universal banking model in which a bank offers all financial products and services and has to meet all regulatory mandates and priority sector obligations to specialised banks in a differentiated bank licence framework.

“We need to be lot more flexible and not frown on collaborations. Let the regulator be a referee, and not a captain,” Mor said.

Several experts and industry players feel financial sector regulations are stiff, with high entry barriers, particularly for banking. While giving bank licences, RBI follows a conservative approach. For about a decade, no new players have been allowed into the sector.

In 2010, following a Budget announcement by former finance minister  in this regard, a process to allow new banks into the sector was started. But four years since the announcement, bank aspirants are yet to be secure approval. Raghuram Rajan, who took charge as RBI chief in September 2013, has, however, expedited the process and is likely to announce the entry of new banks in the next few months.

PA/SA RECRUITMENT RULE MODIFIED. A PASS IN 10+2 or 12th CLASS WILL SUFFICE FOR DIRECT RECRUITMENT AND FOR GDS

Wednesday, January 29, 2014

CGHS ORDERS - Permission for treatment / investigations in respect of CGHS beneficiaries availing treatment for Diabetes, Hypertension & other Cardiac Diseases, Dialysis and Cancer.

Government of India
Ministry of Health & Family Welfare
Department of Health & Family Welfare

S-11045140 /2012/CGHS/HEC/CGHS (P)
Nirman Bhawan, New Delhi
Dated the 1st October, 2012
OFFICE MEMORANDUM

Sub: Permission for treatment / investigations in respect of CGHS beneficiaries availing treatment for Diabetes, Hypertension & other Cardiac Diseases, Dialysis and Cancer.

The undersigned is directed to refer to the subject mentioned above and to state that at present the CGHS beneficiaries undergoing treatment for Diabetes, Hypertension & other Cardiac Diseases, Dialysis and Cancer require repeated investigations / treatment procedures over a period of time and as per the existing guidelines they are required to procure permission every time to get the prescribed treatment / investigations done at CGHS empanelled hospitals /diagnostic centres.

2. With a view to alleviate the inconvenience to CGHS beneficiaries in obtaining the requisite permission(s) every time, this Ministry has decided to permit issue of permission (referral) letters by competent authorities with a validity of six months from the date of issue of the original prescription for undergoing the prescribed treatment /investigation procedures to be conducted at the prescribed intervals over a period of six months as advised by a Government Specialist. The same permission (referral) letter shall be valid for undergoing the prescribed treatment procedures / investigations on multiple times during the six months, at intervals as advised by the Government Specialist.

sd-
(V.P.Singh)

Deputy Secretary to Government of India

Clarification on points raised by PAOS relating to SDBS

REGARDING THE HONOUR OF POSTMASTER, DHAR HO

IN MADHAYA PRADESH POSTAL CIRCLE, UNDER THE MGNREGA EFMS SCHEME ,MORE  THAN 100000 FTOs HAVE BEEN PROCESSED WHICH IS HIGHEST AMONG ALL THE POSTAL CIRCLES OF INDIA. THE WAGE /AMOUNT OF THE BENEFICIARIES GETS  TRANSFERRED DIRECTLY IN THEIR ACCOUNTS THROUGH SANCHAY POST. AND THE  PAYMENT OF THE BENEFICIARY GETS DONE IN A QUICK AND ACCURATE MANNER. UNDER THIS SCHEME, IN DHAR HEAD POST OFFICE, APPROXIMATELY 6000 FTOs HAVE BEEN PROCESSED. IN ACCORDANCE WITH THIS , MR. AJAY BAFNA, POSTMASTER ,HEAD POST OFFICE,DHAR 454001 HAS BEEN HONORED BY THE  COLLECTOR, DHAR DISTRICT ON THE REPUBLIC DAY CELEBRATION ORGANISED BY  THE DISTRICT ADMINISTRATION OF DHAR DISTRICT. 




How postmen, and their wives, may help set India's monetary policy

Please CLICK HERE. 

India Post to roll out its own ATMs beginning next month

please CLICK HERE
Direct Recruitment of Postman is stayed by Karnataka CAT. Com. Ramesh Circle Office Bearer of AIPEU GDS (NFPE) Hassan Division  filed Case in CAT & Got Stay Orders

Call for application for the position of Lecturer for Business, finance & Human Resources Management at APPU

Release of Sanchay Post Version 7.5 - regarding

Medical Examination of proponents for multiple policies on the same day - regarding

Amendment in Fundamental Rules

Tuesday, January 28, 2014

JURISDICTION OF THE POSTAL DISPENSARIES FOR THE PURPOSE OF FIXED MEDICAL ALLOWANCE TO PENSIONERS IS REDUCED FROM 8 KM TO 2.5 KM


LEGAL BATTLE FOR DEPARTMENTALISATION OF GRAMIN DAK SEVAKS

Delhi High Court ordered to issue notice to Government of India, Department of Posts on the writ petition filed by NFPE and AIPEU - GDS (NFPE)

IN THE HIGH COURT OF DELHI AT NEW DELHI
W.P.(C) 168/2014

 
NATIONAL FEDERATION OF POSTAL
EMPLOYEES AND ANR                                                      ..... Petitioners
Through: Mr Uday Gupta, Mrs Shivani Lal and Mr M.K. Tripathi, Advs.

Versus

UNION OF INDIA                                                              ..... Respondent

Through
 
CORAM:
HON'BLE MR. JUSTICE RAJIV SHAKDHER

O R D E R
15.01.2014



Issue notice to the respondent.

Reply be filed within four weeks. Rejoinder, if any, be filed  before the next date of hearing.

List on 07.05.2014.

 
RAJIV SHAKDHER, J
JANUARY 15, 2014

Fixed Stationery Charges for Post Offices, Circle Pairing Units, S.B.C.O. in Head Post Offices and IPOs/ASPOs holding independent charges of Sub-Divisions under Rule 341-A and Rule 341-AA of P&T Manual Vol. II-increase of - revision of.

Filling up of vacancies in Assistant Accounts Officer (AAO) cadre in the Postal Accounts Offices on deputation basis amongst the officers working in Central Government & State Government.

Indentification of Scientific and Technical posts - DOPT Orders

Designation of officers of Postal Directorate as CPIO and their Appelate Authorities

Revision of Head Quarter Allowance admissibel to officers of organised Group 'D' Services posted in Headquarters Organisations

Redirection facility for Express Parcel/Business Parcel and Express Parcel/Business Parcel COD consignments

Furnishing DPC proposals to the UPSC and preparation of approved select panels for promotion in a time bound manner as laid down in DoP&Ts Model Calendar for DPCs

DEPARTMENT OF POSTS ACKNOWLEDGED THE STRIKE NOTICE

Postman / Mail Guard Examination to be held on 9/2/2014 in Karnataka Circle stayed by CAT

Monday, January 27, 2014

EDITORIAL - POSTAL CRUSADER

UNITED  WE  STAND,
TOGETHER  WE  CONQUER
                  Battle lines for a showdown of the Central Govt. Employees are drawn.  Confederation of Central Govt. Employees & Workers and National Federation of Postal Employees (NFPE) had served notice for 48 hours strike on 2014 February 12th & 13th, to Cabinet Secretary and Secretary, Department of Posts respectively on 21st January 2014 alongwith 15 point Charter of demands.
                   The demands raised by the entire Central Govt. employees includes DA merger, Interim relief, Grant of civil servant status and inclusion of GDS in 7th CPC, Regularisation and revision of wages of casual labourers, Rescind PFRDA Act and scrap new Pension Scheme, Date of effect of 7th CPC 01-01-2014 & Five year wage revision in future, Fixation of minimum pay based on Need-based minimum wage formula worked out by 15th ILC and modified by Supreme Court later, settlement of anomalies, Implementation of Arbitration awards, five promotions, cashless hassle free medical facilities, Removal of restrictions on compassionate appointments, removal of bonus ceiling, stop downsizing, outsourcing, contractorisation, casualisation and privatisation, Filling up of vacant posts. Stop price rise and strengthen public distribution system.  Right to strike, vacate victimisations and revive JCM forums are also included in the charter.
                   The neo-liberal economic policies pursued by the Central Govt. from 1991 onwards is threatening the very existence of Central Govt. departments.  Many Govt. functions are already outsourced and some departments are at the verge of closure.  Eventhough Govt. proclaim that there is no ban, six lakhs of vacant posts remain unfilled, out of which three lakhs are in Railways.  Downsizing, contractorisation and privatisation has become the order of the day.  Exploitation of  three lakhs Gramin Dak Sevaks of the Postal department and casual labourers is still continuing.  Hard-earned statutory Pension of the Govt. employees has been snatched away and  share market oriented New Pension Scheme is introduced. Both the congress-led UPA Govt. and BJP led Opposition NDA had joined together in the Parliament to pass the PFRDA Bill.  Prices of all essential commodities has shooted up and grant of permission by the Govt. to  oil companies to raise the prices of Petroleum products including Gas has further aggravated the situation.  Life of the workers and common people has become miserable.  To compensate the price rise and to prevent further erosion in the real wages.  Govt. is not ready to grant DA merger or interim relief.  Entire negotiating forums called JCM has become totally ineffective and defunct due to the negative attitude of the Government. 
                   General Election to Parliament is going to be declared shortly.  Parliament is in session upto the second or third week of February 2014 only.  Once election is declared, we cannot expect any positive action from the Government till the end of 2014.  Confederation has framed the charter of demands in its National Council held at Mumbai in 2010 December 1st & 2nd and submitted to Government in 2011.  Series of Nationwide campaign and agitational programmes has been organised and a massive rally of about 20000 Central Govt. employees was conducted in front of Parliament on 26th July 2012.  As the Government remained indifferent one day’s nation-wide strike was conducted on 12th December 2012 followed by two days strike on February, 20, 21 along with the Central Trade Unions.  Strike ballot for indefinite strike was also declared in the month of August, 2013.  Due to the agitations conducted by  Confederation, Government was compelled to announce 7th Pay Commission in September, 2013, of course, with an eye on the votes of the Central Government Employees and Pensioners in the by-election to four states including Delhi.
                   Now four months are over since the announcement of the Prime Minister assuring constitution of Seventh CPC.  Till this day the notification constituting the 7th CPC is not issued by the Government and the Chairman and other committee members are also not appointed.  DA merger, Interim Relief and terms of reference are also pending.  In fact, Government has fooled about 50 lakhs Central Government employees including defence personnel and 40 lakhs Central Government Pensioners.  Nobody can tolerate this type of humiliation.
            We cannot expect any positive action from the Government, unless and untill we organise ourselves in a decisive manner and go for a strike action.  Central Government Employees have the potential to get their due rights from an unwilling Government.  For that there is no short-cut.  Unity and struggle is the only way.  2014 February 12th & 13th 48 hour strike will be an outburst of resentment and anger of the entire Central Government employees.  Let us unite together and make the 48 hours strike a show of our uncompromising determination, courage and unity.

Some precautions and guidelines to Circle Secretaries/Divisional Secretaries about strike

1.  Whether All circulars issued by CHQ, NFPE, Confederation in both languages English and Hindi are received or not? If not received copy from P3 CHQ website.
2.  Based on CHQ circulars whether circulars were issued by Circle Union/Divisional Union in local language? If so please send copy to CHQ. If not please issue immediately.
3.    Whether date for All India leaders meeting was fixed or not? If so whether the date was informed to all India Leaders or not? If not inform immediately.
4.     Whether posters were published or not? If not publish immediately.
5.    Whether Circle Union/Circle Office Bearers tour was planned or not? If not plan it now itself.
6.     What is strike position? Please inform Division wise. If there is any problem for cent percent strike in any Division, the Circle Secretary must visit the Division and set right the things.
7.     Please do not trust rumours. If any doubt please contact P3 CHQ, NFPE HQ.
8.     From 1st February 2014 hold demonstrations, gate meetings in front of work spot to educate about strike demands. Every member should be contacted.
9.     Please issue phampletes addressing the public to get their support.
10. If any declaration asked by the Department, you have to mention “NFPE has given a call for 2 days strike on February 12th & 13th, 2014. Being a member of NFPE I shall participate in the strike ”
11. Please do not bother about the threatenings by the Department.
12.From 5th February 2014 onwards every Divisional Secretary has to inform the position day to day to Circle Secretary and every Circle Secretary has to inform to CHQ and NFPE.
13.Please take advice and assistance from local Central Trade unions, Employees unions and middle class organisations during strike period.
14. Please hold press conferences, issue press statements.
15. Please hold a big procession on 11.02.2014.
16.Make the 2 days strike a victorious one.

Saturday, January 25, 2014


Revised Delivery Norms for Speed Post: Addendum


Brochure on reservation for SC,ST and OBC in services

Authorizing Divisional Offices for corrections in the data of PLI & RPLI - reg

Copy of DDM-I PLI Directorate, Chanakyapuri, New Delhi <ddm1.pli@gmail.com> email dated 18.01.2014 to all DDM(PLI) and CPMG
Dear All,
 It is to inform that NIC has provided option to Divisional Offices for correction of data of PLI & RPLI for the following fields:

i.             Medical Status
ii.            Category of Organization
iii.           Age Proof
iv.          Updation of KLC Ledger
v.            Updation of date of last premium paid
vi.          Updation of Agent/ BO Code
vii.         Deletion of duplicate entry of loan
viii.        Updation of PH Code
ix.          Updation of PAO Code
x.            Updation of Gender Code

          This is for kind information and circulation to all concerned.

Regards,
Vipin Malhotra
Dy. Divisional Manager (PLI)
Ph. 24672458

Friday, January 24, 2014

HINDI CIRCULARS - REGARDING 12 & 13 FEBRUARY STRIKE

TRANSFERS/POSTINGS IN THE HIGHER ADMINISTRATIVE 6RADE (HAC) AND IN THE SENIOR ADMINISTRATIVE GRADE {SAC)OF INDIAN POSTAL SERVICE, GROUP 'A"(Click the link below for details)

REVISED SYLLABI AND PATTERN FOR LIMITED DEPARTMENTAL COMPETITIVE EXAMINATIONS AND DIRECT RECRUITMENT EXAMINATIONS OF 2014 AND ON WARDS FOR THE CADRES OF POSTMAN, MAIL GUARD AND MULTI TASKING STAFF(Click the link below for details)


COMPREHENSIVE REVIEW OF INSTRUCTIONS PERTAINING TO VIGILANCE CLEARANCE FOR PROMOTION - CLARIFICATIONS - REGARDING.
(CLICK THE LINK BELOW FOR DETAILS)


24TH MEETING OF THE STANDING COMMITTEE OF VOLUNTARY AGENCIES (SCOVA) UNDER THE CHAIRMANSHIP OF HON'BLE MOS (PP) TO BE HELD ON 5th FEBRUARY, 2014 AT 4.00 PM IN VIGYAN BHAWAN ANNEXE, NEW DELHI .
(Click the link below for details)

Thursday, January 23, 2014

LDCE RESULTS - A NEWS UPDATE

1. LGO Examination results are likely to be released by circles before the end of this month.
2. IP and PM Grade I - LDCE results are likely to be released with in a fortnight.

Tuesday, January 21, 2014

Temporary Contact Number of Com. M. Krishnan, General Secretary, P3

Dear Comrades,

My Mobile is lost at Nagpur. A new SIM card in the same number 09447068125 will be issued by BSNL within few days.

Till that Time my temporary contact number is 099 688 980 09.

Sorry for the inconvenience.


(M. Krishnan)

General Secretary

STRIKE NOTICE SERVED TO THE SECRETARY DEPARTMENT OF POSTS TODAY ON 21.01.2014.


DPC Guidelines - Review of size of zone of consideration.-

CLICK HERE  to view the DoPT OM

Constitution of Transfer and Placement Committees in the Department of Posts for recommending transfers/postings of the officers/officials of the Department

 CLICK HERE TO VIEW DIRECTORATE ORDER

Monday, January 20, 2014

HVMO LIMIT ENHANCED TO Rs 1000 /-

CLICK HERE TO VIEW THE ORDER

Computing of Marks for selection of GDS from Grading System of CBSE

CLICK HERE  for  Directorate Order

Saturday, January 18, 2014

LATEST POSITION OF CASES

GDS COURT CASE  -  CLICK HERE

RTP COURT CASE  -    CLICK HERE

CASUAL LABOUR- HUNGER FAST -- CLICK HERE

SYSTEM ADMINISTRATORS CASE -- CLICK HERE 


Thursday, January 16, 2014

ALL INDIA POSTAL EMPOYEES UNION GROUP ‘C’
CHQ: DADA 2151/1, NEW PATEL ROAD, NEW DELHI - 110008


To                                                                                                                               Dated – 15.01.2014

All CHQ Office Bearers
All Circle Secretaries
All Divisional/Branch Secretaries

SPECIAL APPEAL FROM GENERAL SECRETARY (CHQ)

Dear Comrades,

Once again, NFPE and Confederation have taken the lead rising up to the occasion and have decided to go for 2 days Nationwide Strike on 2014 February 12th and 13th.

All of you know that the Government was compelled to declare 7th CPC only because of the struggles conducted by NFPE and Confederation including 2012 July 26th massive Parliament March and 12.12.2012 one day strike followed by 2 days National strike on February 20th & 21st, 2013 alongwith Central Trade Unions. Government has not constituted the 7th CPC till date and it is not ready to grant DA merger and interim relief. Further the Postal Board has made it clear that GDS will not be included under the purview of 7th CPC. Wage revision of casual labourers is long pending. Government is not ready to review its decision to impose contributory pension scheme on the employees joined service on or after 01.01.2004. Most of the anomalies of 6th CPC including MACP anomalies are still pending.

It is needless to say that unless and until we mobilize employees and go for Strike action Government will not be ready to concede any of our demands. General Election is going to be declared in the last week of February or first week of March 2014. Parliament will be in session only upto 14th February 2014, it is reported. Once the election is announced, we cannot expect any favourable decision from the Government. Even after election, no decision can be expected within 6 months of assumption of office by the new Government i.e till the end of December 2014.

Hence it is the right time to strike. If we miss the bus now we cannot catch it again and we will be blamed by the employees for our inaction. It is in this back ground NFPE & Confederation has taken the decision to organize 2 days strike when the Parliament is in session.

AIPEU Group ‘C’ is the biggest affiliate of NFPE and it is our duty to ensure that 100% strike is organised in each and every Circle/Division. We should take the lead to organize other sections of the employees also especially Grameen Dak Sevaks. It is not known whether the so called recognised GDS union will follow the decision of NFPE. It has not given strike notice to secretary, Department of Posts during the 12th December 2012 strike organised by NFPE and Confederation.

AIPEU GDS (NFPE), the newly formed GDS Union of NFPE, has already decided to join in the strike and we are sure that even if the so called recognised union is not ready to follow NFPE and join the strike, GDS employees will definitely participate enmasse in this strike under the banner of NFPE and AIPEU GDS (NFPE). GDS demands are also the most important demands of the strike charter.

All of you are aware that NFPE and AIPEU GDS (NFPE) has filed a writ petition in the Supreme Court for implementation 1977 Supreme Court Judgment and grant of Civil Servant status plus other benefits of regular employees to the GDS. The supreme court has directed the Delhi High Court to consider the case and deliver judgment. The case came up for hearing in the Delhi High court on 15.01.2014 and it posted for next hearing on 07.05.2014.

Thus NFPE and AIPEU GDS (NFPE) are sincerely fighting for the cause of GDS both organizationally and legally.

The circular issued by NFPE and confederation are already sent to Circles/Divisions. I, on behalf of AIPEU Group ‘C’ CHQ, make this special appeal to you to act swiftly and without wasting a single minute. Please conduct intensive campaign in your Circle/Division and make the strike 100% success. Issue circulars with 15 point charter of demands in local language and circulate among all employees without fail. FNPO has also decided to go for strike on the same dates and on same demands and they will conduct their campaign separately.

This is the time to prove your ability as the leader of NFPE. This is the time to prove your capacity to organize a successful Strike. Let us take it as a challenge and make this strike a thundering success. History will remember only those who fight for the cause of our fellow comrades.

Remember the words of our great founder leader Com. Tarapada Mukherjee

“Take it from me, comrades, that petitions and memorandums and supplications will count for nothing so long as we do not organize ourselves in a manner to convince the Government ………… The ground is ready, only some daring spirits are wanted to sow the seed and reap abundant harvest”.

Comradely yours,

(M. Krishnan)
General Secretary




NATIONAL FEDERATION OF POSTAL EMPLOYEES
ALL INDIA POSTAL EMPLOYEES UNION GROUP ‘C’
ALL INDIA POSTAL EMPLOYEES UNION POSTMEN AND MTS/GROUP ‘D’
ALL INDIA RMS & MMS EMPLOYEES UNION GROUP ‘C’
ALL INDIA RMS AND MMS EMPLOYEES UNION MAILGUARDS & MTS GROUP 'C'
ALL INDIA POSTAL ADMINISTRATIVE OFFICES EMPLOYEES UNION GROUP ‘C’ & ‘D’
ALL INDIA POSTAL ACCOUNTS EMPLOYEES ASSOCIATION
ALL INDIA POSTAL SBCO EMPLOYEES ASSOCIATION
ALL INDIA POSTAL CIVIL WING EMPLOYEES ASSOCIATION
ALL INDIA POSTAL EMPLOYEES UNION GDS (NFPE)
CENTRAL HEAD QUARTERS – NEW DELHI
  

MOST URGENT/MOST IMPORTANT

No. NFPE/Strike/2014                                                                                Dated – 15.01.2014

MAKE THE NATIONWIDE 48 HOURS STRIKE OF CENTRAL GOVERNMENT EMPLOYEES 100% SUCCESS IN POSTAL

Dear Comrades,

As you are aware, the extended National Executive of the Confederation held at New Delhi on 10.01.2014 has decided to organize 48 hours (2 days) Nationwide strike of Central Government Employees on 12th and 13th of February 2014. Strike Notice will be served to Cabinet Secretary, Government of India by Confederation and to Secretary, Department of Posts by NFPE and all its affiliated unions on 21.01.2014.

Main Demands of the two days strike are
1.     DA Merger
2.     Interim Relief
3.     Inclusion of GDS in 7th CPC
4.     Date of effect of 7th CPC 01.01.2014
5.     Regularisation and Revision of wages of Casual laburers.
6.     Rescind the PFRDA Act and scrap New Pension Scheme
7.     Settlment of anomalies etc. etc.
Please see full details of the 15 charter of demands published in website.

Following instructions should be strictly implemented in all Circles/Divisions without fail.
1.      Start campaign programme immediately. Issue circulars, notices and posters, conduct Divisional level Conventions/Meetings, Organise squad work to meet employees of all offices including GDS, Print 15 Charter of Demands in local languages and circulate among all employees including GDS.
2.      Circle Secretaries and all Circle Union office bearers should undertake campaign meetings at all important centers. Involvement of every Circle/Divisional Union office bearer in the campaign programme should be ensured.
3.      Campaign/Tour Programme of All India office bearers is enclosed herewith. Please contact the leaders over phone and arrange meetings not later than 7th February 2014.
4.      Draft Copy of the strike notice will be exhibited in the website. All Circles/Divisions should serve strike notice to their circle/Divisional Heads on 21.01.2014 with mass demonstration.
5.      Please see the website daily. There is no time for issuing instructions through circulars or over phone. All instructions and developments will be placed in the website.

Comradely yours,
                                                                                   
(M. Krishnan)                                                                                      (M. Krishnan)
Secretary General                                                                               General Secretary
NFPE                                                                                                    AIPEU Group ‘C’

                                                                                                           
(R. Seethalakshmi)                                                                              Giriraj Singh               
General Secretary                                                                               General Secretary
AIPEU Postmen/MTS Group 'D'                                                           AIRMS & MMS EU Group 'C'

                                                                       
(P. Suresh)                                                                                           (Pranab Bhattacharjee)          
General Secretary                                                                               General Secretary      
AI RMS & MMS EU Mailguards & MTS                                               AIPAOEU Group C & D           
Group  ‘C’                                           
                                                                       

(T. Satyanarayana)                                                                              (V. K. Tiwari)              
General Secretary                                                                               General Secretary      
AIPAEA                                                                                                            AIPSBCOEA                                                                                         


(S. A. Raheem)                                                                                    (P. Pandurangarao)
General Secretary                                                                               General Secretary
AIPCWEA                                                                                             AIPEU-GDS (NFPE)


National federation of postal employees
All india postal employees union gds (nfpe)
 


tour programme of all india leaders

2014 February 12, 13 – TWO DAYS all india strike

S.No
CIRCLE
PLACE
LEADERS ATTENDING
1.
Andhra Pradesh
Hyderabad
R. Sivannarayana, President, P-3, Mob-09013946988
S. K. Humayun  P-4, Mob-09440840889
C.H. Koteshwra Rao AGS R-3, Mob-09951908490
Y. Bhomeshwar VP R-4, Mob-09603073028
T Satyanarayana GS P/A, Mob-09912348500
K. Ramachandran, AGS(CHQ)- Admn., Mob-09347336343
Kishan Singh , SBCO,
P. Pandurangarao, G/S,GDS (NFPE),09849466595
2.
Assam
Guwahati
L.P. Saikia- Org. G/S-P-3, Mob-09435180490
Ramani Bhattacharjee P-3, Mob-09862205298
Moinul Huqe P-4, Mob-09401085237
G. Talukdar AGS R-3, Mob-09859065917
Indronil Tiwari AGS R-4, Mob-09434387330
Biswajit Das C/S P/A,
B.C. Deka , AGS(CHQ) – Admn, Mob-09435554507.
Ramesh Sharma C/S (GDS)
G. Acharya V/P , GDS(NFPE) Mob-09577243225
G. Gohain, AG/COC
3.
Bihar
Patna
U.K. Tiwari  Org. G/S P-3, Mob-09801382817
Vikram Shah President  P-4, Mob-09452024928
S.K. Bardhan President R-3, Mob- 09831718340
Rajesh Kapoor AGS R-4, Mob-09580744427
Gopal Krishna Sharma AGS-P/A, Mob-09473382741
Sohan Prasad, AGS (CHQ), Admn. Mob-09430830436
N.K. Bajpai, SBCO, Mob-09431602538
Chandra Narayan Chaudhary, C/S–GDS(NFPE), Mob-08051818216
4.
Chattisgarh
Raipur
S.A. Hameed Org. G/S P-3, Mob-09827407194
B.R. Kumbhkar P-4, Mob-09425566324
Giri Raj Singh G/S R-3, Mob-09811213808
P. Suresh G/S R-4, Mob-09811358335, 09885077451
K. Krishna Rao, Org. Secy. P/A



5.
Delhi
New Delhi
M. Krishnan, Secretary General, NFPE Ph:-09447068125
R. Sivannarayana, President, P-3, Mob-09013946988
R. Seethalakshmi GS P-4, Mob-09448819821
Ramesh Dabas Asstt. Treasurer P-4, Mob-09213815947
Giri Raj Singh G/S R-3, Mob-09811213808
P. Suresh G/S R-4, Mob-09811358335,09885077451
D.S. Chauhan, AGS, P/A, Mob-09013436694



6.
Gujarat
Ahamedabad
Mangesh Parab Working President P-3, Ph: 09869476944
S. T. Terryia P-4, Mob-09879072544
M.P. John AGS R-3, Mob-09228876078
R K Pagi AGS R-4,
S.K. Brahmania Asst. Fin. Secy. , P/A,Mob-09909418320
R.S. Dhabi, AGS (CHQ) Admn.Mob-09574850703
V.K. Valand, SBCO, Mob-
Smt. Ashaben V. Joshi, GSD(NFPE),Mob-08000898868



7.
Haryana
Ambala
Balwinder Singh, Financial Secy., P-3,           
 Mob-09868853970
Jai Ram OGS P-4, Mob-09465653805
K P Singh AGS R-3, Mob-09911126375
K.K. Sharma Treasurer R-4, Mob-09213355900
Jasbir Singh C/S , P/A, Mob-09416180510
Manjit Singh , Ex-GS (Admn), Mob-09416269425
Rajiv , SBCO, Mob-09416495321
Akshaya Kumar, GDS(NFPE),



8.
Himachal Pradesh
Shimla
Balwinder Singh, Financial Secy. P-3,
Mob-09868853970
Jagdish Prasad Treasurer R-3, Mob-09910628097
Jai Ram OGS P-4, Mob-09465653805
K.K. Sharma Treasurer R-4, Mob-09213355900
K.S. Rana Fin. Secy. , P/A,Mob-09418546138
T.P . Sharma OS,(CHQ) Admn., Mob-09816888189



9.
Jammu & Kashmir
Jammu
Balwinder Singh, Financial Secy. P-3, Mob-09868853970
Jagdish Prasad Treasurer R-3



10.
Jharkhand
Ranchi
U.K. Tiwari Org. S/G P-3, Mob-09801382817
Ranjit Kumar OGS P-4,Mob-09973027259
Anuj Kumar ATR R-3, Mob-09431094278
Manoj Kumar R-4,
M Z Khan  VP , Admn. Mob-09431588352



11.
Karnataka
Bangalore
N. Gopalakrishnan W/P  P-3, Mob-094440559259
R. Seethalaxmi, G/S  P-4, Mob-09448819821
P.V. Rajendran, V/P R-3, Mob-09446023884
M Mohan VP R-4, Mob-09741104325
D.K. Shivanna Woring President, P/A
T. Satyanarayana, G/S P/A, Mob-09912348500
M.D/. Narayanmuthy OS (CHQ) Admn.
Mob-09480809754
B.R. Jagdeesh, AGS, GDS(NFPE), Mob-09481101555
K. Kalpesh C/S GDS(NFPE)



12.
Kerala
Trivandrum
M. Krishnan, Secretary General, NFPE, Mob-09447068125
C. P. Shobana Vice President P-3, Mob-09897229298
P.K. Sivadasan P-4, Mob-09496166140
P.V. Rajendran V/P R-3, Mob-09446023884
J Balachandram Nair  AGS R-4, Mob-09746025127
T.P. Ravindran, AGS , P/A, Mob-09447009846
P. Satheesh Kumar, OS(CHQ), Admn.Mob-09447255583
V. Murukan, Fin. Secy. GSD(NFPE),Mob-09446829969
Mohanan, SBCO, Mob-09048626492
Abhilesh Babu, SBCO



13.
Madhya Pradesh
Bhopal
M. Krishnan, Secretary General, NFPE, Mob-09447068125
S.A. Hameed  Org. G/S P-3, Mob-09827407194
Manohar Lal VP P-4, Mob-09460008812
B.P. Ganak V/P R-3, Mob-09425360375
N R Malivya VP R-4, Mob-09826218609
J.S. Rajput, V/P. , P/A, Mob-09893323584
U S Chakraborty –Admn, Mob-09432225926
S.K. Jaiswal, SBCO, Mob-09827607454
Vijay Kumar  Sharma , GDS(NFPE),Mob-08462840776



14.
Maharashtra
Mumbai
M Krishnan, Secretary General, NFPE, Ph-09447068125
Mangesh Parab Working President P-3,Ph:09869476944
B K Chalke W/P P-4, Mob-09322108443
H.M. Gedam AGS R-3 , Mob-09869600895
D.M. Sonwane President R-4, Mob-09969048911
B.M. Kishore, V /P..P/A,Mob-09921257145
U.S. Chakraborty (Admn) Mob-09432225926
S.P. Kulkarni, President, SBCO, Mob-09767687485



15.
North East
Shillong
L.P. Saikia- Org. G/S-P-3, Mob-09435180490
Ramani Bhattacharjee P-3, Mob-09862205298
Indronil Tiwari AGS R-4, Mob-09434387330
G. Talukdar AGS R-3, Mob-09859065917
D B Mohanty Dy. GS P-4, Mob-09437072066
Biswajit Das C/S P/A,Mob-09435113625
B.C. Deka AGS (CHQ), Admn., Mob-09435554507
G. Acharjee , GDS(NFPE), Mob-09577243225
Smt. Supravapal, AGS (GDS) NFPE,Mob-08794282291
G. Gohain, AG/COC



16.
Orissa
Bhubaneswar
M. Krishnan, Secretary General, NFPE, Mob-09447068125
R.C. Mishra P-3  Mob-09853332489
D.B. Mohanti  P-4, Mob-09437072066
R.N. Dhal AGS R-3, Mob-09437225600
Indronil Tiwari AGS R-4, Mob-09434387330
Nanda Kishore Das , Org. Secy. P/A, Mob-07205614123
Pranab Bhattarchary G/S, Admn.Mob-09432208901
Nirmal Ch. SinghWorking President, GDS(NFPE),
Mob-09437003058



17.
Punjab
Chandigarh
Balwinder Singh, Financial Secy. P-3,Mob-0968853970
Jai Ram OGS P-4, Mob-09465653805
K.P. Singh AGS R-3, Mob-09911126375
K.K. Sharma Treasurer R-4, Mob-09213355900
K.S. Deepa , C.S. , P/A, Mob-09417876648
Manjit Singh , Ex. GS (Admn)Mob-09416269425
Baldev Raj Sharma, SBCO,
Avtar Singh, C/S GDS(NFPE), Mob-09417789003



18.
Rajasthan
Jaipur
H.P. Diwakar, Asst. F/S, P-3, Mob-08233201357
R Seethalakshmi G/S,P-4, Mob-09448819821
Giri Raj Singh, G/S R-3, Mob-9811213808
Chand Mal Saini, AGS R-4,Mob-08852004974
R.S. Gujar, V/P , P/A, Mob-09828536553
V.K. Jain, SBCO, Mob-09414348915



19.
Tamil Nadu
Chennai
M. Krishnan, Secretary General, NFPE, 09447068125
A. Veeramani AGS P:-3, Mob-09444208159
N. Gopal Krishnan W/P P-3,Mob-09444059259
R. Seethalakshmi G/S ,P-4, Mob-09448819821
M.B. Sukumar ,AGS R-3, Mob-09840269167
P.Thirumagan , AGS P-4,Mob-09443006093
Santosh Kumar, President, P/A,Mob-09444991236
Com. T.N. Nagrajan (Admn), Mob-09445316820
S. Appanraj, SBCO, Mob-09442029069
R. Dhanraj Dy. GS, GDS(NFPE),Mob-09442475290
KC Ramachandran AGS, GDS(NFPE), Mob-09442534718



20.
Uttar Pradesh
Lucknow
R N Parashar, ASG , NFPE, Mob-09868819295
Subhash Mishra AGS P-3, Mob-09853332489
Vikram Shah P-4,Mob-09452024928
R K Gupta V/P R-3, Mob-09450130644
Rajesh Kapur  AGS R-4,Mob-09580744427
S.B. Yadav, Dy. G/S. , P/A, Mob-09453439561
Virendra Tewary, SBCO, Mob-09839195933
Promod Kumar Singh,C/S UP,GSD(NFPE), 9794133133-



21.
Uttarakhand
Dehradun
Vikram Shah P-4, Mob-09452024928
R.K. Gupta R-3, , Mob-09450130644
Dayanand Sharma R-4,Mob-



22.
West Bengal
Kolkata
M. Krishnan, Secretary General, NFPE, 09447068125
G.D. Maity AGS P-3, Mob-09434627100
Mukul Ch. Das Treasurer P-4,Mob-09433024622
Giri Raj Singh G/S R-3, Mob-9811213808
S.K. Bardhan President R-3, Mob-9831718340
Indronil Tiwari AGS R-4,Mob-09434387330
P.K. Das Gupta, AGS, P/A, Mob-08013600338
Pranab Bhattachary G/S  (Admn), 09432208901
Asit Das, SBCO, Mob-09433443221
Bijoy Gopal Sur, President, GDS(NFPE), 09433618877


INSTRUCTIONS

1.      CHQ Office Bearers should contact Circle Secretaries and fix the date of meeting immediately.
2.      Please collect the Mobile numbers from General Secretaries (Mobile numbers will be exhibited in website also sharply) Please check website.
3.      Campaign Programme should be completed before 5.2.2014.
4.      All Circle Secretaries should issue circulars in their local languages to their Division/Branches to make the strike 100% success.
5.      Copy of the circulars issued by the Circle Secretaries should be sent to their respective CHQ and also NFPE HQ.
6.      Success of the strike in each circle depends upon the initiative taken by the Circle Secretaries and Circle Union office bearers. They should contact all Divisional/Branch Secretaries and day-to-day monitoring should be done regarding the preparations for the strike in each Division. If there is any weakness in any Division, Circle Secretary should personally visit those divisions and ensure successful strike.