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Monday, December 10, 2018

DRAFT STRIKE NOTICE

TO BE SERVED TO
THE SECRETARY DEPARTMENT OF POSTS
ON 12th DECEMBER 2018
FOR 2 DAYS STRIKE ON 8th & 9th JANUARY-2019




PART-A
CHARTER OF DEMANDS

1.    Implement all positive recommendations of Sri Kamlesh Chandra Committee report and grant Civil servant Status to GDS.
2.    Fill up all Vacant Posts in all cadres of Deptt of Post i.e P.A/S.A, Postmen, Mail Guard ,  Mailmen, MMS, MTS, GDS, Postal Acctts, P.A  Admn Offices, P.A SBCO & Civil Wing etc  within a time frame  and separate identity of all cadres.
3.    Settle all the problems arisen out of implementation of C.S.I & R.I.C.T.
4.    Withdraw NPS and Guarantee minimum pension 50% of last pay drawn.
5.    Membership verification of G.D.S and declaration of result of regular employees membership verification conducted in 2015.
6.    Implementation of orders of   payment of  revised wages and arrears to the casual , Part time, Contingent employees & daily rated mazdoors as per 6th and   7th CPC and Regularize Services of  casual Labourers.
7.    Implement Cadre Restructuring for left out categories i.e RMS, MMS, Postman/MTS, PACO, PASBCO, Postal Acctts, Postmaster Cadre and Civil Wing etc.
8.    Stop Privatization, Corporatization and out sourcing in Postal Services.
9.    Scrap Bench Mark in MACP .
10. Implement 5 days week in Postal and RMS
11. Enhancement of higher pay scales to those categories whose minimum qualification has been enhanced e.g Postmen, Mail guard.
12. Grant of pension to the promoted GDS based on Supreme Court Judgement in SLP No (C) 13042/2014
13. Withdraw orders of enhancement of cash conyance limit without security.
14.  Implement all High Court and Supreme Court decisions in C/W MACP, RTP and others.
15. Cash less treatment under CGHS  and allotment of adequate fund under head MR & T.A
16. Retention of Civil wing in the Deptt of Post.
17. Holding of Deptt Council Meetings and periodical meetings at all levesl.
18. Stop Trade Union victimization and in the name of unscientific targets.
19. Provide 40 percent SCF quota promotion in AAO cadre and amend RR incorporating the modifications demanded by AIPAEA.
20. Status of audit to SBCO.
21. Restore Special Allowance to PO & RMS Accountants and OSA to RMS/MMS Staff.
22. All NSH and I.C. Speed Post Hubs should be under the administrative control of RMS and All L-2 Mail Offices should be identified as I.C. Speed Post Hubs and as Parcel Hubs.
23. Permission to all Staff of Circle Office, Postmaster Cadre, SBCO, Postal Accounts and RMS/MMS Staff to appear in Departmental Examination for promotion to PSS Group-B.
PART-B

      1.  Urgent measures for containing price rise through universalization of 
        public distribution system and banning speculative trade in commodity  
        market.

      2. Containing unemployment through concrete measures for employment
       generation.

3.    Strict enforcement of all basic labour laws without any exception or exemption and stringent punitive measures for violation of labour laws.

4.    Universal social security cover for all workers.

5.    Minimum wage of not less than 18000/- per month with provisions of indexation (for unskilled worker).

6.    Assured enhanced pension not less than 3000 P.M.  for the entire working population (including unorganized sector workers).

7.    Stoppage of disinvestment in Central/State public sector undertakings

8.    Stoppage of Contractorisation in permanent /perennial work and payment of same wage and benefits for contract workers as that of regular workers for the same and similar work.
                                    
9.    Removal of all ceiling on payment and eligibility of bonus , provident fund and increase in quantum of gratuity

10. Compulsory registration of trade unions within a period of 45 days from the date of submission application and immediate ratification of ILO conventions C-87 & C-98.

11. No FDI in Railways, Defense and other  strategic sectors.


      12.No unilateral amendment to labour laws.

CADRE RESTRUCTURING OF GROUP 'C' EMPLOYEES IN DEPARTMENT OF POSTS CLARIFICATION (Click the link below to view)


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MINISTRY OF COMMUNICATIONS WILL PLAY A LEAD ROLE IN SPREADING THE MESSAGE OF SWACHHTA TO MASSES

05 DEC 2018 4:49PM BY PIB DELHI
   To realise Gandhiji’s dream of a Clean India, Hon’ble Prime Minister had launched the Swachh Bharat Mission on 2nd October, 2014 as a mass movement.  Both the Departments under M/o Communications i.e., D/o Telecommunications and D/o Posts have been fully conscious in this regard by paying round the year attention to ensure swachhta.  The fortnight provided an opportunity to review the ongoing efforts and undertake cleanliness activities in accordance with a pre-determined action plan in the Ministry of Communications. Due attention was paid to observe swachhta campaign in the Department, PSUs and other organisations, field offices and community areas including school, roads and other places. Sensitizing the school children has been a key initiative. The Ministries proposes to endeavour in the future also to expand the reach and depth of swachhta for ensuring cleaner offices, safe drinking water and cleaner and greener public areas. In this way the commitment of swachhta will not be restricted to pakhwada period only.
Department of Telecommunications through its Telecom Service providers like  BSNL, MTNL, Vodafone Idea Ltd, and Reliance Jio sent out messages, to the citizens to promote the cause of swachhta.  The Department is also implementing Swachhta Action Plan (SAP) in its PSUs.  As part of SAP, key activities were identified in advance for focused action and attention. These include, to name a few, construction and renovation of toilets by BSNL; community mobilisation; installing dustbins for public and cleaning common parking areas by TCIL; renovation of labour canteen and driver rooms by C-DoT and other cleanliness activities at various locations. 
The Department of Posts, on this occasion, in addition to intensive cleaning of Post offices, postal colonies and Administrative Offices, also declared 318 post offices as plastic free. In addition to this, the census of trees has been completed in 847 post offices & postal colonies and the remaining is underway. During this fortnight, about 3 lakh postmen and GraminDakSevaks of the Department were declared as "Ambassadors of cleanliness". As “SwachhtaDoots” they have spread the message of cleanliness, zero tolerance to open defecation and use of plastic among the masses. It was only because of tireless efforts of these ‘Ambassadors of cleanliness' that this campaign could reach the far-flung areas of the country. A total of 355 workshops on “Swachhta se Swasthaya” was organized.  A total of five thousand students participated in Essay writing competitions.  Three top performing circles namely Maharashtra, Tamil Nadu and Kerala were objectively quantified based on swachhta parameters and outreach activity & awarded Ist, IInd & IIIrd prizes for outstanding cleanliness efforts & spreading the message of swachhta to the masses in the spirit of ‘Swachhta is Everyone’s Business’.
Ministry of Communications will continue to work tirelessly even beyond Pakhwada to realize the dream of Swachh Bharat.
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MAJOR CHANGE IN NPS – GOVT CONTRIBUTION RAISED TO 14%&THE CABINET COMMITTEE ALSO APPROVED TO INCREASE THE COMMUTATION PERCENTAGE FROM 40% TO 60%.
NPS To OPS: Major Change in NPS
Govt Contribution Raised to 14%
New Pension Scheme to Old Pension Scheme: As per the media news, the Union Cabinet approved on Thrusday (6.12.2018) to raise the contribution to National Pension Scheme (NPS) to 14 per cent.
Major Changes has been inititated by the Central Government in the exisiting National Pension Scheme applicable for the employees joined on or after 1.1.2004 in Central Govenment Services. The maximum contribution is now 10% of basic pay. The Government contribution may be raised to 14% of basic pay.
National Pension System (NPS) is a defined contribution pension system in place of existing defined benefit system, applicable for fresh entrants to Central Government Service from 1-1-2004 except the Armed Forces. The monthly contribution to be deducted amounts to 10% of the Basic Pay and DA to be paid by the employee and matched by the Central Government. The maximum limit of monthly contribution is 10%.

At present, there is only one default scheme for Tier I for Government employees. In the default scheme, the contribution is allocated to three PFMs, viz. SBI Pension Funds Private Limited, UTI Retirement Solutions Limited and LIC Pension Fund Limited in a predefined proportion.
With effect from 10.06.2015, each of the PFMs will invest the funds in the proportion of upto 50% in Government Securities and Related Investments, upto 45% in Debt Instruments and Related Investments, Upto 5% in Short-term Debt Instruments and Related Investments, upto 15% in Equities and Related Investments and upto 5% in Asset Backed, Trust Structured and Miscellaneous Investments.
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STANDARD OPERATING PROCEDURE OF
 IPPB AND CSI


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USER MANUAL FOR PENSION UPLOAD

User Manual for Pension Data Click the link below to view

Saturday, December 8, 2018

DRAFT STRIKE NOTICE

TO BE SERVED TO
THE SECRETARY DEPARTMENT OF POSTS
ON 12th DECEMBER 2018
FOR 2 DAYS STRIKE ON 8th & 9th JANUARY-2019




PART-A
CHARTER OF DEMANDS

1.    Implement all positive recommendations of Sri Kamlesh Chandra Committee report and grant Civil servant Status to GDS.
2.    Fill up all Vacant Posts in all cadres of Deptt of Post i.e P.A/S.A, Postmen, Mail Guard ,  Mailmen, MMS, MTS, GDS, Postal Acctts, P.A  Admn Offices, P.A SBCO & Civil Wing etc  within a time frame  and separate identity of all cadres.
3.    Settle all the problems arisen out of implementation of C.S.I & R.I.C.T.
4.    Withdraw NPS and Guarantee minimum pension 50% of last pay drawn.
5.    Membership verification of G.D.S and declaration of result of regular employees membership verification conducted in 2015.
6.    Implementation of orders of   payment of  revised wages and arrears to the casual , Part time, Contingent employees & daily rated mazdoors as per 6th and   7th CPC and Regularize Services of  casual Labourers.
7.    Implement Cadre Restructuring for left out categories i.e RMS, MMS, Postman/MTS, PACO, PASBCO, Postal Acctts, Postmaster Cadre and Civil Wing etc.
8.    Stop Privatization, Corporatization and out sourcing in Postal Services.
9.    Scrap Bench Mark in MACP .
10. Implement 5 days week in Postal and RMS
11. Enhancement of higher pay scales to those categories whose minimum qualification has been enhanced e.g Postmen, Mail guard.
12. Grant of pension to the promoted GDS based on Supreme Court Judgement in SLP No (C) 13042/2014
13. Withdraw orders of enhancement of cash conyance limit without security.
14.  Implement all High Court and Supreme Court decisions in C/W MACP, RTP and others.
15. Cash less treatment under CGHS  and allotment of adequate fund under head MR & T.A
16. Retention of Civil wing in the Deptt of Post.
17. Holding of Deptt Council Meetings and periodical meetings at all levesl.
18. Stop Trade Union victimization and in the name of unscientific targets.
19. Provide 40 percent SCF quota promotion in AAO cadre and amend RR incorporating the modifications demanded by AIPAEA.
20. Status of audit to SBCO.
21. Restore Special Allowance to PO & RMS Accountants and OSA to RMS/MMS Staff.
22. All NSH and I.C. Speed Post Hubs should be under the administrative control of RMS and All L-2 Mail Offices should be identified as I.C. Speed Post Hubs and as Parcel Hubs.
23. Permission to all Staff of Circle Office, Postmaster Cadre, SBCO, Postal Accounts and RMS/MMS Staff to appear in Departmental Examination for promotion to PSS Group-B.
PART-B

      1.  Urgent measures for containing price rise through universalization of 
        public distribution system and banning speculative trade in commodity  
        market.

      2. Containing unemployment through concrete measures for employment
       generation.

3.    Strict enforcement of all basic labour laws without any exception or exemption and stringent punitive measures for violation of labour laws.

4.    Universal social security cover for all workers.

5.    Minimum wage of not less than 18000/- per month with provisions of indexation (for unskilled worker).

6.    Assured enhanced pension not less than 3000 P.M.  for the entire working population (including unorganized sector workers).

7.    Stoppage of disinvestment in Central/State public sector undertakings

8.    Stoppage of Contractorisation in permanent /perennial work and payment of same wage and benefits for contract workers as that of regular workers for the same and similar work.
                                    
9.    Removal of all ceiling on payment and eligibility of bonus , provident fund and increase in quantum of gratuity

10. Compulsory registration of trade unions within a period of 45 days from the date of submission application and immediate ratification of ILO conventions C-87 & C-98.

11. No FDI in Railways, Defense and other  strategic sectors.


      12.No unilateral amendment to labour laws.

Thursday, December 6, 2018

TOUR PROGRAMME OF ALL INDIA LEADERS NFPE/FNPO FOR STRIKE 8th & 9th  JANUARY 2019

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POSTAL JOINT COUNCIL OF ACTION
NATIONAL FEDERATION OF POSTAL EMPLOYEES FEDERATION OF NATIONAL POSTAL ORGANIZATIONS
ALL INDIA POSTAL EMPLOYEES UNION – GDS
NATIONAL UNION – GDS

No. PF-12/2018                                              Date:  06th December -2018

To,
            All General Secretaries & Office bearers of NFPE/FNPO,
All Circle / Divisional and Branch Secretaries of NFPE/FNPO

SUB:  Campaign programme of All India Leaders of NFPE/FNPO for 2 days Nationwide Strike dated 08th & 09thJanuary-2019


Comrades,
           
                        Campaign programme of All India Leades of NFPE/FNPO for 2 days Nationwide Strike dated 08th  & 09th January-2019 is enclosed herewith.

Please make wide publicity and organize meetings as mentioned in the Campaign Programme to make 2 days Nation wide strike on 08th & 9th January,2019 a Grand Success.
With revolutionary greetings.

Yours Comradely,

                                                                       

       R.N PARASHAR                                                            T.N.RAHATE
      Secretary General                                                    Secretary General 
                           NFPE                                                                     FNPO 


CAMPAIGN PROGRAMME

POSTAL JOINT COUNCIL OF ACTION
NATIONAL FEDERATION OF POSTAL EMPLOYEES FEDERATION OF NATIONAL POSTAL ORGANIZATIONS
ALL INDIA POSTAL EMPLOYEES UNION – GDS
NATIONAL UNION – GDS

No. PF-12/2018                                                  Date:   06th December-2018

TOUR PROGRAMME OF ALL INDIA LEADERS NFPE/FNPO FOR STRIKE 8TH& 9TH JANUARY 2019

CIRCLE
PLACE
DATE
LEADERS


A.P

Vijaywada

18/12/18
NFPE

v  Com. P.Suresh G/S R- III
v  Com. S. Ragupathy ASG NFPE
v  Com. A.Sri Niwas AGS R-III
v  R.J.Madhusudan Rao V/P R-III
v  Com. SLV Subbu,G/S Admn  Union
v  Com. P.Panduranga Rao G/S GDS

FNPO
Shri.GulamRabbani,President Chq Nupm&Mts.
SivajiVasireddy,Gs Nape-C.
Ch. Lakshmi Narayana,  Nugds Chq President.
D.V.NSathyanaraya Murthy
CS NUPCWNGE
9441185233
ShriK Venugopalreddy AGS NAPE GC
Assam
Guwahati
18/12/18

v  Com. Janardan Majumder ASG NFPE
v  Com. Mausami Majumder Org. Secy. P-III
v  Com. G.Talukdar – AGS- R-III

ShriManik Chandra Dey
President, NAPE P.III
Shri. P.K. Roy C.S. NAPE P-III
Shri- Ravi Bhishwas ASG FNPO
 Sri Brahmachary
Shri Kishore Acharayejee CS NUPE P4  M 09435370218
ShriSubodh Roy Cs NUPE- P4 .
ShriSarbenjitChakraborthi  NUPCWNGE M-08240281399 ,
Bihar
Patna
18/12/18
v  Com. Virendra Tiwari G/S SBCO
v  Com. S.B Yadav G/S Postal Acctts.
v  Com. Anuj Kumar R- III


SHRI AJAY NKUMAR VP NUPE (CHQ)
ShriSivajiVasireddy, GS, NAPE P.III
Pandey: Circle Secretary NU GDS M-08051711408
Avinesh C.S R-3
AMAR SINGH AGS NUR-C
Ch. Garh
Raipur
18/12/18

v  Com. B.H Chalke – President P- IV
v  Com. Manoj Gupta – V/P – R-III
v  Com. S.A.R Mazgaonkar working President P-III
v  Com. Manoj Kumar Gupta  V/P R-III

SAMSON CS NAPE P-III N N MUJAWAR DY GS NUPR P-IV-09850075986  Munuswsmi: Circle Secretary NUGDS PREMCHAND MAZI C S NUPE P-IV-09165978697
Shri. Sunil Kumar PandeyV.P NUR-C
Delhi
Delhi
6/1/18

v  All General Secretaries

All General Secretaries
Gujarat
Ahmedabad
28/12/18

v  Com. S.A.R Mazgaonkar Working President P-III I
v  H.A.Rajgor AGS R-III
v  Com. BH Chalke  President – P-IV


Sri T N Rahate GS/SGFnpo
Sri N.K.Pandya, VP, NAPE P.III
Sri.B.H.Biholi
CS NAPE P-Iii
ShriGohilASG FNPO
ShriPandya CS NUGDS -09725058453
Haryana
Ambala
18/12/18

v  Com. Giri Raj Singh G/S – R- III
v  Com. Raj Kumar Treasurer  – NFPE
v  Com. K.K. Sharma V.P NFPE & TR- R-IV
Sri Madanlal CS NAPE P-III
ShriJaypal Singh CS NUPE P-IV -09896256414

H.P
Shimla
28/12/18

v  Com. Naresh Gupta  ATR- P- III
v  Com. Jagdish Dhiman V/P- P-III
v  Com.Charan Singh-II  F/S R-III

ShriRakesh Bhatia GS ADMN.
Sri. O.P. Chauhan CS Nape Piii
Jagdhish Sharma CHQ Treasurer – 09555593094
Rajesh Sharma NUPE R-III
 0874587221
J& K
Jammu
28/12/18

v  Com. K.K Sharma V/P NFPE
v  Com. Raj Kumar Treasurer   NFPE
v  Com. K.P Singh ASG – R-III

Sri Bhagwan, FS, NAPE P-III
Farooq Ahmad Reshi
Nape P-III CS & Chq AGS ShriJogendra Kumar CS
NUPE P.IV
07889579256
ShriAnup Kumar CS &NUR-III CHQ
Jharkhand
Ranchi
28/12/18

v  Com. Virendra Tiwari G/S SBCO
v  Com. S.B Yadav G/S Postal Acctt.
v  Com. U.K Tiwari OGS- P-III
v  Com. Pardeshi Lal Working President R-3

Shri Ashok Kumar Singh VP NUR-C
Shri Ajay Kumar Sharma
OS, NAPE P.III
Karnataka
Banglore
18/12/18

v  Com. J. Ramamurthy President P-III
v  Com. G. Janki Ram Working  President P-III
v  Com. K.R Ganeshan ASG- R-III

Shri.B.Sivakumar ASG FNPO.
ShriSbramanya K S Org SecyNupeP4 Chq. M-09448694517     ShriChitradurgaDyGs Nu GdsShri.Chandrasekaran
Kerala
Trivandrum
18/12/18

v  Com. P.V Rajendran President R-3
v  Com. T.P Abdul Rehman AGS – P-III
v  Com. M.V Janardhan ASG NFPE

S/Shri Johnson D Avokkaran
Circle Secretary And NAPE P3 CHQ Office Bearar M-09446031945,
K Mahesh
OSGCHQ &CS. NUPE P.IV
M-09846357690,
P U Muralidharan
 GS NUGDS .M-M-09446436592,
ShriP.K.Muralidharan.C.S
NUR R.III
M.P
Bhopal
28/12/18

v  Com. R.N Parashar S/G NFPE
v  Com. P. Suresh G/S R-IV
v  Com. Santosh Kumar President Postal Acctts.
v  Com. Manoj Kumar Gupta V/P R-III

R.H.Gupta, ASG, NAPE P.III
MandloiCS NAPE P.III
M-09977149003,
ShriRadheSham Verma CS NUPE P.IV
ShriR K Mishra AGS
 M-09407337901,
ShriP D Bavikar GS NUR4 M-09552727966,
Shri Sunil Kumar PandeyVP NUR-C
Maharashtra
Mumbai

18/12/18

v  Com. Vikram Shah Dy G/S P-IV
v  Com. P.U Khadse ASG – R- III
v  Com. I.P Sheikh President R- IV

S/ ShriT N Rahate SG FNPO  08080070500,
P D Baviskar GS R4 M-09552727966
ShriR H Gupta  Asg FNPO &AGS NAPE-C
ShriJayaramPagar CS NU GDS M-09011577009
Shri Kailas Sonar CS Nai R3  M-8956872276/08830103887,
N.E
Shilong

28/12/18

v  Com. Janardan Majumdar ASG NFPE
v  Com. Mausami Majumdar Org. Secy.  – P- III
Com. G. Talukdar ASG R-3

SarbenjitChakraborti,  NUPCWNGE
8240281399
Shri  MadanlalCHQ O/B & C/S NAPE-C

Odisha
Bhubaneshwar

28/12/18


v  Com. D.B Mohanty G/S P-IV
v Com. N.S. Chakraborty AGS
Shri Johnson D Avokkaran, ASG, NAPE P.III
ShriRabindraPattnyakD.G.S NUR-C
ShriLamboderRaut CS NUPE P4
M-09861207672.
SHRI MANORANJAN SARANGI 
CS NAPE P.III
SHRI GAUTAM CS
NUGDS
Punjab
Chandigarh

19/12/18

v  Com. Giri Raj Singh G/S – R-III
v  Com.Nresh Gupta ATR- P-III
v  Com.Rajkumar Trasurer NFPE
v  Com.K.K Sharma. VP NFPE
N K Tyagi GS NUR.III
Harish Kumar Sharma
OS, CHQ NAPE P.III
ShriGurnam Singh AGS.
Balraj Kumar CS NUPE P.IV
 M-09872877684
Rakesh Bhatia GS Admn
Raj.
Jaipur

4/1/19

v  Com.Giri Raj Singh G/S R- III
v  Com.DB Mohanty G/S P-IV
v  Com.Raj Kumar Treasurer NFPE
v  Com.S.B Yadav G/S Postal Acctt.

JaowalaSingh S NUPE P.IV
 M-09413970057,
Shri Sunil  Bhalchandani AGS NAPE P.III
M-09414933440
ShriRadhesham
CS NUGDS
SHRI L K Mathur
 DY GS ADMN 
T.N
Chennai

28/12/18

v  Com.P.V Rajendre President R- III
v  Com. G. Janki Raman Working President P- III
v  Com.J.R. Murthy
v  Com.K.Sankran AGS  R- III
v  Com. S. Santosh Kumar , President Postal Accounts

SriP.KumarV.P NUR-C
Sri K Sivadasan GS
NUPCWNGE
M 09447065140
R.Saravanan AGS NAPE P.III
M-09443 278840
S.SRIDHAR C/S  R4.
SHRI Anthony Arumai Raj CS NUPCWNGE
M 9444102527.



U.P



Lucknow



04/1/19

v  Com.R.N Parashar S/G NFPE & G/S AIPEU Gr. ‘C’
v  Com.Virendra Tiwari G/S SBCO
v  Com.SB YAdav G/S Postal Acctts.
v  Com.Vikram Shah Dy G/S P-IV
v Com. K.P.Singh AGS R-III

ShriN.K.Tygai President FNPO.
Sri J.P.Yadav, VP NAPE P.III
SHRI P R Gupta CS NUPE P.IV.
ShriNaresh Sharma
AGS NUPE P4
M-09410494662
SHRI R P Misra
CS NAPE-C
SHRI Indrajeet Singh CIRCLE PRESIDENT
 NUGDS 
Uttarakhand
Dehradun
04/01/19

v  Com.Vikram Shah Dy G/S- P-IV
v Com. Pardeshi Lal Working President R-III


ShriN.K.Tygai President FNPO.
ShriManik Chandra Dey
President, NAPE P.III
W.B
Kolkata
04/01/19

v  Com. Janardan Majumdar ASG NFPE
v  Com. Nanda Sen V/P P-III
v Com.N.S. Chakraborty AGS R-III
SmtSoma Ghosh CS NUPR P4 M -08981121542
KaushikChakrabort.
ShriDebnathPal C.S NUR-C
P.P.Ghorai, President NUPCWNGE,
7890007039
HiranmoySarkar
CS. NUPCWNGE
9875325129
Shri Manik Chandra Dey  CHQ President
Telangana
Hyderabad
04/01/19

v  Com. P. Suresh G/ S R-IV
v  Com. P. Panduranga Rao   G/S GDS
v  Com. J. Ramamurthy President NFPE
v  R.J.Madhusudan Rao V/P R-III
v  Com. SLV Subbu,G/S Admn  Union

Shri.GulamRabbani,President Chq Nupm&Mts.
SivajiVasireddy,Gs Nape-C.
K VenugopalreddyAgs
Ch. Lakshmi Narayana,  Nugds Chq President
D.V.N.Sathyanarayana
Murthy,
C.S. NUPCWNGE
9441185233

Note:
       Leaders deputed for campaign can change the date with the consultation of Circle leaders.
       Leaders whose names are given should compulsorily attend the meeting.
       Circle Secretaries of NFPE & FNPO should take initiative to arrange the joint meeting. They should consult each other and finalise the programme.
       Maximum publicity should be given to campaign programme and maximum participation of employees should be ensured. Pamphlets, Hand Bills, Posters should be printed in Hindi, English & Regional language and displayed at all Post offices, RMS Offices and at all important places.
       Circle Union / Divisional Union should make maximum effort to make the strike a grand success. Joint campaign programmes by Circle / Divisional Union Leaders may be organized in all Circles / Divisions.
       Joint Strike notice will be served to Secretary, Department of Posts. Copy may be served to all Circles / Divisional heads also. Copy of the strike notice may be down loaded from websites of NFPE / FNPO & affiliated Unions.
       All the Unions and Federations of Postal Department are participating in the indefinite Strike as on 8th& 9th Jan 2019  make the strike cent per cent
                                                             
       R.N PARASHAR                                                            T.N.RAHATE
      Secretary General                                                   Secretary General 


                           NFPE                                                                     FNPO