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Thursday, March 28, 2013


STAGE SET FOR A JOINT ACTION BY ALL C.G.EMPLOYEES DEMANDING 7th CPC

MOVEMENT LAUNCHED BY THE CONFEDERATION CULMINATING IN A STRIKE ON 12.12.12 PAVES WAY FOR A UNITED PLATFORM OF ALL C.G.EMPOLOYEES UNDER THE JOINT BANNER OF ALL INDIA RAILWAYMEN FEDERATION - ALL INDIA DEFENCE EMPLOYEES FEDERATION - & CONFEDERATION OF C.G.EMPLOYEES.

NATIONWIDE DEMONSTRATIONS BY THE ENTIRETY OF C.G.EMPLOYEES ON 29th APRIL DEMANDING CONSTITUTION OF 7th PAY COMMISSION IS CALLED UPON BY THE ABOVE ORGANISATIONS.

JOINT CALL ISSUED BY AIRF - AIDEF - CONFEDERATION IS PLACED IN OUR WEBSITE FOR WIDEST CIRCULATION AMONG THE EMPLOYEES TO PREPARE THEM FOR A MASSIVE DEMONSTRATION ON 29.04.2013.
Conf/26/2013 Dated: 24.3.2013

Dear Comrade,

                We invite your attention to the  efforts undertaken by us after the 12th December, one day strike action to bring about a united action by the Railway, Defence and other Central Government employees on certain pressing demands.  In this connection you will recall that Com. S.K. Vyas, our President had been writing and following it up with telephonic conversations to bring about such a platform for action. We are happy to inform you that the AIRF and AIDEF has now agreed to bring about a joint platform of action to project two important demands of the CGEs. Viz. the setting up of the 7th CPC and the withdrawal of the PFRDA Bill. 

                We send herewith the joint Circular letter issued by the three organizations on 23.3.2013 calling upon its units to organize a joint demonstration on 29th April, 2013 in front of all offices throughout the country.  The affiliates and State Committees are requested to take initiative in organizing the programme with maximum participation of members of the three organizations at a mutually agreed Central place in all Cities/towns and other places.  All Units should be requested to send the telegram to the Prime Minister and a report of the extent of participation sent to the Confederation CHQ by 3rd May, 2013.  We shall review the participation in the programme at our National Conference at Kolkata. 

                With greetings,
Yours fraternally, 
K.K.N. Kutty
Secretary General.

COPY OF JOINT LETTER   
ALL INDIA RAILWAYMEN FEDERATION
4, State Entry Road,New Delhi-110055.
CONFEDERATION OF CENTRAL GOVERNMENT EMPLOYEES AND WORKERS.
Manishinath Bhawan. A2/95 Rajouri Gardn,
New Delhi. 110 027
ALL INDIA DEFENCE EMPLOYEES FEDERATION
S.M. Joshi Bhawan, Dr. B.R.Ambedkar Road, Kirkee, PUNE. 3 
23rd March.2013
Dear Comrades,

As  you are aware, the Government in reply to a question raised in the Parliament has stated that setting up of the 7thCentral Pay Commission  for effecting wage revision of central Government employees is not presently under its consideration.  You will recall, that  a similar statement was made by the then Finance Minister, when the demand for setting up the 6th CPC was raised by the employees.  The Joint movement of the Central Government employees, for which we created the platform of the Steering Committee of the organizations participating in the JCM under the leadership of Late Com. J.P. Chaubey, the then General Secretary of All India Railway men Federation could ensure that the Government rescind its stand then and set up the 6th CPC.  The real value of wages determined by the 6th CPC has now been eroded to the extent of above 100% due to the unprecedented inflation in the economy and spiraling rise in the prices of essential commodities.  While the Government permits wage negotiation and revision in the fully owned Public Sector Undertakings every five years, the denial to revise the wages of Central Government employees despite such large scale erosion in the real value of wages is absolutely unjustified.

The Government had been persisting with the enactment of the PRFDA Bill in the Parliament in almost all sessions ever since the UPA II Government took over.  Ironically they could elicit support from the main Opposition Party in the country for this ill advised enactment.  Lakhs of new workers who have joined in various organizations of the Government since2004 are worried of their future, which is forlorn and bleak, in the wake of the denial of an age old social security scheme of Pension.  We have been together opposing this move right from the day, the NDA Government introduced the bill in the Parliament in 2003.  However, our efforts, actions and objections have all been ignored with disdain by the Government. Though they could not muster enough support required to pass the bill in the Parliament, the Union Cabinet has recently taken the decision to allow 49% FDI in the pension fund.

We are to channelize our efforts through a wider platform of Unity. Efforts are on anvil to bring about such a platform.  In the meantime, we have decided to call upon all Units and Branches of AiRF, Confederation and AIDEF to organize Demonstration on 29th April, 2013. in front of all offices and send the following telegram to the Prime Minister.
  
WITHDRAW PFRDA BILL AND SET UP THE 7TH CPC
TO EFFECT WAGE REVISION OF CENTRAL
GOVERNMENT EMPLOYEES.

Name…………………………..
Secretary
Name of the Unit:……………………
Place:…………………..
With greetings,
Yours fraternally,
 Sd/-                                         Sd/-                                                                    Sd/-
SHIVGOPAL MISRA               KKN. KUTTY.                                                    C.   SRiKUMAR.
General Secretary, AIRF     Secretary General. Confederation.      General Secretary.AIDEF.

 TOWARDS THE ALL INDIA CONFERENCE OF THE CONFEDERATION OF C G EMPLOYEES & WORKERS.

Conf/25/2013 Dated: 20.3.2013.
Dear Comrades,

                We send herewith a copy of the Notice for the 24th All India Conference of the Confederation.  The same has been placed on the Website.  The Conference is scheduled for 4to 6th May, 2013 at Kolkata.

                Enclosed is statement of account showing the subscriptions dues from the affiliates and State Committees. The dues have been worked out for the three years i.e. 2010-11, 2011-12 and 2012-13.  As per the decision of the last conference, the dues have been worked out on a clean slate as on 1.4.2010.  The State Committees are to pay Rs. 15,000 for the three years period.  They are  entitled to depute the State Secretary as the delegate for the Conference and four other associate delegates. All the National Council members are ex officio delegates.  Besides, the affiliates are entitled to depute delegates on the basis of their paid up members.  Kindly ensure that the dues are cleared before 15.4.2013 in order to have the entitled delegates for the conference.  We shall be able to inform the host unit of the number of delegates only on receipt of the dues from each affiliate and the State Committees. 

                Due to the holding of Conferences changes in the name and address of the Chief Executive of the affiliates Associations/Federations and the State Committees might have taken place.  We have tried to correct our mailing list on the basis of the information available with us in our records.  The affiliates and State Committee may kindly inform us the latest address (including the e mail id and website address if any) on receipt of this letter so that we may be able to send the communication.

                With greetings,
Yours fraternally  
K.K.N. Kutty
Secretary General
To
All affiliates and State Committees.
Encl: Copy of the Notice issued.  Please go through the statement of account of subscription.  If there is any discrepancy, please write to us immediately so that necessary correction can be carried out. 
Dated: 14.3.2013 
N O T I C E 
                Notice is hereby given for the 24th National Conference of the Confederation of Central Government Employees and Workers at Kolkata on 4th, 5th and 6th May, 2013 to discuss the following agenda.
1.       Confirmation of the minutes of the 23rd Conference held at Delhi from 4th to 6th December, 2009.
2.       Presentation, discussion and adoption of:
(a)    Report for the period 2009-13;
(b)   Accounts for the period 2009-13.
3.       Amendment to the Constitution, if any ; (proposal from the delegates must reach the CHQ before 15.4.2013.
4.       Presentation, discussion and adoption of Resolution on Policy and progamme.
5.       Consideration and adoption of Resolution on demands (Draft resolution must reach CHQ by 15.4.2013)
6.       Election Of office bearers i.e. Members of the National Secretariat.
7.       Appointment of Auditor.
8.       Any other matter with the permission of the Chair.

The inaugural session of the 24th National Conference will be held at 4.00PM at Shramik Mandal Kendra, Kankurgachi, Kolkata 54 on 4th May, 2013.  Subject session will be at Sukanta Mancha, Beliagfhata, Kolkata, on 5th and 6th May, 2013.

The Reception Committee set up by the Host Unit, the Confederation West Bengal State Committee will intimate the other arrangements in connection  with the Conference. Delegate fee shall be Rs. 500 per delegate.

The Composition of the Conference as per the provisions of the Constitution is as under:-
Art. 9A.
National Conference:
Shall consist of (a) members of the National Secretariat i.e. the office bearers;(b) National Executive Committee members;(c)  National Council members (d) delegates selected by the respective affiliate on the basis of their paid up membership as under:-
                                Upto                      250                                 1
                                                              251-500                          2
                                                              501-1000                        3
                                                             1001-5000                       4
                                                             5001-10,000                    6
                                                            10001-20000                    8
                                                             20001-50000                  12
For every additional members exceeding 50000 one delegate for every 10000 members subject to a maximum of 20.
               
Article 9B,9C,9D and Clauses 6 and 7 of Part II of the Constitution are reproduced for the sake of ready reference.

9B. National Council.  The National Council shall consist of (a) Office bearers (b) National Executive Committee members (c) The chief executives (General Secretary or Secretary General as the case may be) of all affiliated Associations/Unions (in the case of NFPE, the Chief executives of all its affiliated unions/Associations)(d) the Secretaries of all State Committees.

9C  National executive Committee> The National Executive shall consist of (a) Office bearers (i.e. members of the National Secretariat) (b) one member nominated by the affiliated Associations/Federation having paid up membership of more than three thousand and who are not represented in the National Sectt. as an office bearer.

9D. National Secretariat shall consist of the elected office bearers.

Clause 6 of Part II. Each state Committee shall have five delegates in the National Conference who shall have the right to participate in the deliberations and other activities of the National Council but shall not have the right to vote.  The Secretary of each of the State Committee shall be the delegates to the National Conference and shall also be the member of the National Council and shall have the right to vote as a Delegate/Councilor.

Clause 7. Of part II. Each State Committee of the Confederation of Central Government employees and workers shall remit Rs. 1000/- p.a to be eligible for sending the State Secretary as a delegate to the National Conference. For every additional one thousand rupees remitted per annum (subject to a maximum of Rs. 5000 per annum) the State Committee shall be eligible to depute one associate member for every additional one thousand rupees remitted.


K.K.N. KUTTY
Secretary General 
To
All members of the National Secretariat, National Executive Committee and National Council and the affiliates and the State Committees.  ( to be sent by Post)
Copy to Website:


S.No.
Name of Affiliate
Membership
Dues for 3 years` 10-11, 11-12, 12-13
Received from 1.3.2010 to
20-03-13
Balance due
1
NFPE ED
165000
495000
-
495000
2
NFPE –P3
70000
210000
45732
164268
3
NFPE  - P4
60000
180000
34562
145438
4
NFPE – R-3
15000
45000
19100
25900
5
NFPE – R4
8000
24000
2000
22000
6
NFPE – Admn
2500
7500

7500
7
Income Tax Employees Federation
42980
128940
53884
75056*
8
All India Audit & Accounts Association
24000
72000

72000
9
National Federation of Atomic Energy Empl.
15000
45000
14000
31000
10
Central Sectt. Non-Gaz. Empl. Association
5000
15000

15000
11
CPWD Workers Union, New Delhi
15000
45000

45000
12
All India Defence A/cs Empl.Assn., Kolkata
10000
30000
2000
28000
13
AI Postal Accounts Empl. Association
5146
15438
2000
13438
14
AI CGHS Empl.
Association
5476
16428

16248
15
AI Customs & Excise Gr.D Officers Fedn
4500
13500

13500
16
Geological Survey of India Emp. Assn
4400
13200

13200
17
AI Fedn of DAO & DA Assn
3500
10500

10500
18
AI Assn of Emp. Workers of Marine Engg.
3500
10500

10500
19
AI Central Ground Water Board Emp. Association
4000
12000

12000
20
AI Civil Accounts Emp, Assn
3000
9000

9000
21
AI Canteen Emp. Association
3000
9000

9000
22
NGO Assn., Port Blair
3000
9000

9000
23
AI Census Empl. Assn.,Bhopal
2500
7500

7500
24
WCCA Cl.III Assn., Delhi
2500
7500

7500
25
Fedn. of AI ICMR Emp. Assn, Chennai
2500
7500

7500
26
National Fedn. of Printing Stationery & Publication
2400
7200

7200
27
National Fedn. of Regional Officers of DGS & D
1000
3000

3000
28
AI Kendriya Vidyalaya Teachers Assn., TVM
2000
6000

6000
29
Customs Gr.D Officers Federation, Mumbai
1800
5400

5400
30
AI Customs Min.Empl. Association
1500
4500
2000
2500
31
AI Passport Empl. Association
1500
4500

4500
32
Light House & Lightship Empl. Association
1500
4500

4500
33
Mateirological Empl. Association
1500
4500

4500
34
Rashtriya Press Kamgar Union, Nashik
1500
4500

4500
35
Cl.iV Karmachari Union, Survey of India
1500
4500

4500
36
ISRO Staff Association, Trivandrum
1400
4200

4200
37
Class III Service Assn., Survey of India
1250
3750

3750
38
Ministerial Staff(NSSO) Assn., Bhopal
800
2400

2400
39
AI Census EDP Emp. Association
1200
3600

3600
40
Ministerial Staff Assn., Survey of India
1000
3000
700
2300
41
Work Charged Emp. Union, CWC Jaipur
1000
3000

3000
42
Met  Department Workshop Union
1000
3000

3000
43
AI Assn of Supdt., NSSO Kolkata
1000
3000

3000
44
AI Salt Employees Association
1000
3000

3000
45
CPWD Staff Association, Eastern Zone
1000
3000

3000
46
Botanical Survey of India Emp. Association
800
2400

2000
47
AI Medical Stores Depot Official Assn
800
2400

2400
48
AI Medical Stores Depot Emp. Federation
800
2400

2400
49
AI Naval Draftsmen Association
800
2400

2400
50
AI Civil Accounts Cat.II Association
800
2400

2400
51
Surveyors Association,
650
1950
500
1450
52
DMI Empl. Association, Nagpur
650
1950

1950
53
AI Narcotics Exe. Officers Assn., Gwalior
542
1626
484
1142
54
SC TIMST Staff Union, Trivandrum
500
1500

1500
55
Zoological Survey of India Association
500
1500

1500
56
DMETT Emp & Workers Union, Dhanbad
500
1500

1500
57
Central Staff Assn of DGE & T Howrah
500
1500

1500
58
Opium & Alkaloid Staff Union, Neemuch
500
1500

1500
59
Anthropoligical Survey Emp. Assn
500
1500

1500
60
National Savings Empl. Assn., Kolkata
421
1263

1263
61
IBM Emp. Association, Nagpur
400
1200
400
800
62
Central Water Commission  Emp., Assn., Asansol
300
900

900
63
Assn. of Jr. Engineers CWC Faridabad
300
900

900
64
National Sample Survey Emp. Assn., Kolkata
300
900

900
65
Farrakka Barrage Project Staff Association
280
840

840
66
Foreign Trade Emp. Assn., Chennai
250
750

750
67
National Library Employees Association
250
750

750
68
Coop. Training College Empl. Assn., TVM
250
750

750
69
NATMO Emp. Association, Kolkata
250
750

750
70
AI Narcotics  Gr.D Association, Kota
250
750

750
71
Central Drugs Laboratory Emp Association
200
600

600
72
Central Tuber Crops Research Cl.II & III Emp Assn
150
450

450
73
Electronic Research & Development Central Staff
150
450

450
74
All India Sainik School Emp. Assn., Trivandrum

150
450

450
75
Junior Engineers Association, Farrakka
100
300

300
76
Farrakka Barrage
Cl.IV Union
100
300

300
77
Regional Research Institute Emp. Welfare Assn. TVM
100
300

300
78
Central Tuber Crop Research Cl.IV Emp. Assn.TVM
100
300

300
79
Central Food Staff Association, Tvm
70
210

210
80
LNCPFE Employees Association, TVM
20
60

60
81
Film Division Staff Association, TVM
20
60

60
82
AI Assn. of Investigators, NSSO(FOD), Ranchi
Not known
0


83
Import Export Central Emp. Association, Chennai
Not known
0


84
AI Khadi Karmachari Assn. Mumbai
Not known
0


85
Central Excise Inspector Assn
9066
27198

27198
86
Graduate Engr. Assn., Lakshadweep
139
417

417
87
ADI Commission Karmachari Union, Mumbai
2100
6300

6300
88
Confederation of Pondicherry State Govt
15000
45000
10000
35000
89
AI Wireless Staff Association, New Delhi
200
600

600
90
Topographical Staff Association. Survey of India
450
1350

1350
91
Draughtsman's CARTO Association. Survey of India
350
1050

1050
92
SHAR Emp. Assn., Sriharikota
1000
3000

3000
93
MANUU Employees Welfare Association. Hyderabad
355
1065

1065
94
Pondicherry State Employees
10000
30000
10000
20000
95
All India Wireless Staff Association
na



96
Ai Narcotics Gr.D Emp. Association
300
900

900
97
AI Assn of Min.Staff(NG) Deptt., of Statistics
na



98
National Fedn of Assn & Unions of DGS& D Kolkata
1000
3000

3000
99
Assn of Radio & Television Engg. Emp
7100
21300

21300
100
Emp. Assn. of Directorate of Forest Edn., Dehradun
100
300

300
101
Laxmibai  National College of Physical Edn., Gwalior
250
750

750
102
AI DAVP Employees Association
na



103
Non-Gaz. Emp. Assn., DG of Mines, Dhanbad
550
1650

1650          
104
AI. Fedn. of Museum Empl. & Workers, Hyderabad
150
450

450
105
AI CG. Deaf Empl. Association, Hyderabad
500
1500
500
1000
106
National Institute of Visually handicapped employees Assn.
162
486
62
424
107
CPWD Jr.Engineers Assn(India), New Delhi
2500
7500
2500
5000

State Committees
1
Kerala

15000

15000
2
Tamilnadu

15000
5000
10000
3
Karnataka

15000

15000
4
Andhra Pradesh

15000
5000
10000
5
Vidharbha

15000
1000
14000
6
Maharashtra-Mumbai

15000
1000
14000
7
Gujarath

15000

15000
8
Rajasthan

15000

15000
9
Delhi

15000

15000
10
North West Region: Haryana, Punjab, J & K.

15000

15000
11
Himachal Pradesh

15000

15000
12
Uttar Pradesh & Uttarakhand

15000
3000
12000
13
Madhya Pradesh

15000

15000
14.
Chattisgarh

15000
10000
5000
15.
Orissa

15000

15000
16.
Bihar

15000

15000
17.
Jharkhand

15000

15000
18.
West Bengal

15000
15000
0
19.
Assam

15000

15000
20.
Meghalaya

15000

15000
21.
Andaman & Nicobar

15000

15000
22
Pondichery.

15000
10000
5000
23
Lakshadweep

15000

15000               
24
Tripura

15000

15000
*The remittances made in the form of expenses by ITEF for 2011-12 and 2012-13 are not included.