Wednesday, April 01, 2015

Payment of Dearness Allowance to Central Government Employees Revised Rates effective from 01.01.2015 — Fake Order/lnstructions — Clarification regarding.

Government of India 
Ministry Of Finance 
Department of Expenditure 

North Block, New Delhi. 
Dated the 1st April, 2015.

Subject:- Payment of Dearness Allowance to Central Government Employees Revised Rates effective from 01.01.2015 — Fake Order/lnstructions — Clarification regarding. 

It has come to the notice of the Department of Expenditure, Ministry of Finance that Office Memorandum bearing F. No. 1/2/2015-E.II(B) dated 30th March, 2015 under the signature Of Shri A. Bhattacharya, Under Secretary, Department Of Expenditure. regarding Payment of Dearness Allowance to Central Government employees — Revised Rates effective  from 01.01.2015, is being circulated amongst Government Departments/Offices. 

2. It is clarified that the O.M. dated 30.03.2015, purportedly issued by the Ministry of Finance, is a fake and that no such instructions have been issued by the Department Of Expenditure, Ministry Of Finance. Accordingly, all Ministries/Departments and Central Government offices are hereby advised not to take cognisance Of these fake instructions being circulated in Government offices.

(Subhash Chand) 

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Tuesday, March 31, 2015

Expected DA July 2015 - Aicpin for the month of February 2015

No. 5/1/2015- CPI

DATED: the 31st March, 2015

Press Release

Consumer Price Index for Industrial Workers (CPI-IW) – February, 2015

The All-India CPI-IW for February, 2015 decreased by 1 point and pegged at 253 (two hundred and fifty three). On 1-month percentage change, it decreased by (-) 0.39 per cent between January, 2015 and February, 2015 when compared with the increase of (+) 0.42 per cent between the same two months a year ago.

The maximum downward pressure to the change in current index came from Food group contributing (-) 0.66 percentage points to the total change. At item level, Rice, Eggs (Hen), Fish Fresh, Onion, Vegetable items, Sugar, Petrol, Flower/Flower Garlands, etc. are responsible for the decrease in index. However, this decrease was neutralised by Wheat, Wheat Atta, Arhar Dal, Groundnut Oil, Goat Meat, Tea (Readymade), etc., putting upward pressure on the index.

The year-on-year inflation measured by monthly CPI-IW stood at 6.30 per cent for February, 2015 as compared to 7.17 per cent for the previous month and 6.73 per cent during the corresponding month of the previous year. Similarly, the Food inflation stood at 7.42 per cent against 7.81 per cent of the previous month and 7.56 per cent during the corresponding month of the previous year.

At centre level, Tiruchirapally recorded the highest decline of 7 points followed by Guntur (4 points), Mysore, Chhindwara Siliguri and Puducherry (3 Points each) Among others, 2 points decrease was observed in 15 centres and 1 point in 18 centres. On the contrary, Belgaum and Kodarma centres reported a highest increase of 3 points each followed by Kanpur, Bokaro and Doom-Dooma Tinsukia (2 points each). Among others 1 point increase was observed in 13 centres. Rest of the 21 centres’ indices remained stationary.

The indices of 37 centres are above All India Index and other 40 centres’ indices are below national average. The index of Vishakhapathnam centre remained at par with all-India index.

The next index of CPI-IW for the month of March, 2015 will be released on Thursday, 30th April, 2015. The same will also be available on the office website

(S. S. NEGI)
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Cancer Treatment under CGHS/CS(MA) Rules, 1944. - CGHS Order 2015.

No. 1-1/13/Hospital Cell/R&H/CGHS (Pt.l)/CGHS (P)
Government of lndia
Ministry of Health & Family Welfare
Department of Health & Family Welfare
Nirman Bhavan, Maulana Azad Road
New Delhi- 110 108

Dated : the 23rd February, 2015


Subject:- Cancer Treatment under CGHS/CS(MA) Rules, 1944

With reference to the above mentioned subject the undersigned is directed to draw attention to the Office Memorandum of even number dated 2nd September, 2008 and to state that in view of empanelment of several Cancer hospitals under CGHS the matter was re-examined, and it has now been decided to modify the Office Memorandum as follows:

i) CGHS beneficiaries and beneficiaries covered under CS(MA)Rules, 1944 shall be permitted to get themselves treated from any of the under mentioned 27 (Twenty seven) hospitals recognized by the Ministry of Health & Family Welfare under the National Cancer Control Programmes that are funded by the Government of India, subject to the condition that the reimbursement will be as per the rates fixed in the Regional Cancer Centers under Central Government, if any or as per actual, whichever may be less.

1. Andhra Pradesh – M.N.J. institute of Oncology & Regional Cancer Centre, Hyderabad.
2. Assam – Dr. B. Borooah Cancer institute, Guwahati.
3. Bihar – Indira Gandhi institute of Medical Sciences, Patna
4. Chandigarh – Post Graduate institute Medical Education Research, Chandigarh.
5. Chhattisgarh – Pt. ,i.J.N Medical College & Dr. BR. Ambedkar Memorial Hospital, Raipur.
6. Delhi – Dr. B.R. Ambedkar Institute Rotary Cancer Hospital, AIIMS, New Delhi.
7. Gujarat- Gujarat Cancer Research Institute, Ah medabad, Gujarat.
8. Haryana – Post Graduate Institute of Medical Sciences, Rohtak.
9. Himachal Pradesh- Indira Gandhi Medical College, Shimla.
10. Jammu & Kashmir- Sher-i- Kashmir Institute of Medical Sciences, Srinagar.
11. Jammu & Kashmir- Government Medical College -Jammu.
12. Karnataka – Kidwai Memorial Institute of Oncology, Bangalore.
13. Kerala – Regional Cancer Centre, Thiruvananthapuram.
14. Madhya Pradesh – Cancer Hospital & Research Institute, Gwalior.
15. Maharashtra – Rashtrasant Tukdoji Regional Cancer Hospital Research Centre, Nagpur.
16. Maharashtra -Tata Memorial Hospital, Mumbai.
17. Manipur- Regional Institute of Medical Sciences, Imphal.
18. Mizoram – Civil Hospital, Aizwal.
19. Odisha – Acharya Harihar Regional Cancer Centre, Cuttack.
20. Puducherry – Jawaharlal Institute of Postgraduate Medical Education & Research.
21. Rajasthan – Acharya Tulsi Regional Cancer Treatment & Research Institute, Bikaner.
22. Tamil Nadu – Govt. Arignar Anna Memorial Cancer Research Institute & Hospital, Kancheepuram.
23. Tamil Nadu – Cancer Institute (WIA), Adyar, Chennai.
24. Tripura – Civil Hospital, Agartala.
25. Uttar Pradesh – Sanjay Gandhi Post Graduate Institute of Medical Sciences, Lucknow.
26. Uttar Pradesh – Kamla Nehru Memorial Hospital, Allahabad.
27. West Bengal – Chittaranjan National Cancer Institute, Kolkata.

ii) In cities where there are no facilities for cancer treatment in any of the empanelled private hospitals powers are hereby delegated to the Addl. Directors of CGHS of the concerned cities in respect of CGHS and to HOD/ Head of Office in respect of serving employees covered under CS(MA) Rules, 1944 for grant of permission for undergoing treatment at any hospital that provides treatment to cancer patients, subject to the condition that the reimbursement shall be limited to the prevalent CGHS rates or actual expenditure – whichever may be lower. Permission shall however be granted for the specific treatment procedures as advised by a Government specialist.

iii) Powers are also hereby delegated to the Additional Directors of CGHS of the concerned cities in respect of CGHS and to HOD/ Head of Office in respect of serving employees covered under CS(I\/IA) Rules, 1944 for grant of permission for post-operative follow up treatment from the same centre, where permission has been granted earlier for cancer treatment as per the terms and conditions of OM dated 10.04.2001 regarding Post-operative follow up treatment.

2. These orders shall be in force till further orders.

3. This issues with the concurrence of Integrated Finance Division vide CD No. 115650 /2015 dated 15-01-2015.


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Monday, March 30, 2015

Pension – Contributory Pension Scheme – Allotment of Contributory Pension Scheme Numbers to existing employees/newly joined employees – Further instructions - Regarding.

Finance (PGC) Department,
Secretariat, Chennai-600 009.

Letter No.63734/FS/T/PGC/2013, dated : 24.03.2015

Thiru. K.Shanmugam I.A.S.,
Principal Secretary to Government.

All Secretaries to Government
All Departments of Secretariat.

Sub: Pension – Contributory Pension Scheme – Allotment of Contributory Pension Scheme Numbers to existing employees/newly joined employees – Further instructions - Regarding.

Ref:1. G.O.(Ms)No.259, Finance (Pension) Department, dated 06.8.2003.
 2. From the Director of Treasuries and Accounts, Letter No.4519/2013/E3, dated 21.4.2014
 3. Government Letter No.63734/FS/T/PGC/2013, dated 2.5.14
 4. Representation from the Tamil Nadu Government Officials’ Union dated 21/5/2014.
5. Government Letter No.63734/FS/T/PGC/2013, dated 23.05.14
 6. Representation from TamilNadu Government Officials’ Union dated 9.9.14.
 7. Government Letter No.63734/FS/T/PGC/2013-22, dated 11.9.2014.
 8. Government Letter No.63734/FS/T/PGC/2013, dated 05.12.14.
 9. From the DTA, Chennai-15 lr RC.No.4519/2013/CPS/P3, dated 11.3.15.

 I am to invite your attention to the references cited.

2. In the Government Order First cited, Government have introduced the Contributory Pension Scheme to Tamil Nadu State Government Employees with effect from 1.4.2003.

3. In the references Third, Fifth and Seventh cited, necessary instructions were issued extending the time limit for admitting the pay bills of the existing employees and the newly joined employees covered under Contributory Pension Scheme without Contributory Pension Scheme Index Number and in the reference eight cited, the period was last extended upto Februrary 2015.

4. In the reference ninth cited, Director of Treasuries and Accounts has furnished the present position of allotment of Contributory Pension Scheme Index Numbers and Missing Credit details and has stated that some applications are being processed.

5. The Government has therefore, decided that the period of acceptance of the pay bills of the employees/teachers for whom Contributory Pension Scheme Number have not been assigned be extended for a further period of 3 months i.e. upto MAY 2015, to complete the entire process of assigning Contributory Pension Scheme Numbers. (Excluding those employees who have already filed Writ petitions seeking to continue them in the Old Pension Scheme)

6. All the Heads of Departments/Heads of Offices/Drawing and Disbursing Officers shall follow the other guidelines already issued in the reference 8th cited scrupulously and see that all the new recruits are assigned the Contributory Pension Scheme Index Numbers immediately on their joining. Failure to adhere to the above instructions will be viewed seriously.

7. The Director of Treasuries and Accounts and Commissioner of Government Data Centre shall furnish a fortnightly progress report to Government in this regard without fail.

 Yours faithfully,

 for Principal Secretary to Government.

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Enrolment of West Bengal Health for all Employees and Pensioners Cashless Medical Treatment, extended till 31st March, 2016.

Government Of West Bengal 
Finance Department 
Medical Cell

No. 214 (Sanc)-F (Med)W.B/FA/MED/O/2M/116/15 

20th March, 2015


The last date of enrolment under West Bengal Health for All Employees and Pensioners Cashless Medical Treatment Scheme, 2014 and validity of existing card and reimbursement facility as per WBHS — 2008 that expires on 31st March, 2015, was extended to 30th September, 2015 vide No. 194-F (MED) dated 16.03.2015. However, on further assessment it has been found that still some Government employees and Pensioners have not been able to get themselves registered. 

Therefore, the Governor, in partial modification of aforesaid order, is further pleased to extend the last date of enrolment under the scheme for a period Of one year from 31st March, 2015 to 31st March, 2016. It is also ordered that the validity of existing card and reimbursement facility as per WBHS-2008 will also be extended from 31st March, 2015 to 31st March, 2016. 

Principal Secretary
to the Government Of West Bengal 
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Promotion of LDCs to the post of UDC through Limited Departmental Examination for the year 2012-13 & 2013-14) – Revised Panel.

Kendriya Vidyalaya Sangathan

18, Institution Area,
Shaheed Jeet Singh Marg
New Delhi -110016

Speed Post

F.NO. 11056/LDE/UDC/2014-KVS(HQ)(E-111)

Date : 20.03.2015


SUBJECT: Promotion of LDCs to the post of UDC through Limited Departmental Examination for the year 2012-13 & 2013-14) – Revised Panel.

The Competent Authority has approved promotion of the following Lower Division Clerks to the post of Upper Division Clerk consequent upon their selection through Limited Departmental Examination for the year 2012-13 & 2013-14, in the pay band of Rs.5200-20200 with Grade Pay of Rs. 2400/- and posted to Kendriya Vidyalayas/ROs/HQ as shown in column 6 against their names.

They must communicate their unconditional acceptance positively by 23.03.2015 and get relieved by 30.03.2015 for joining the place of posting as UDC after availing joining time as per rules. If they fail to get relieved by 30.03.2015 this offer of promotion will automatically be treated as withdrawn and no further communication will be entertained in this regard. The candidate who is figuring in the select panel for both the years i.e. 2012-13 and 2013-14 with posting to one place, wilt have the option to accept his /her offer for any one year of his/her choice by 23.03.2015. If the candidate accepts the offer but does not mention the year of panel, it will be assumed that he /she has accepted the offer for the year 2012-13.

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7th Pay commission may drop the Pay Band-Grade Pay System

All India Audit & Accounts Association
CSV Warrier Bhawan

Reference : AIA /Circular-10/2015,

dated 28.03.2015


Unit Secretaries
Members & Spl Invitees NE & Members of Women’s Committee

Dear Comrades,

Tendering of Oral Evidence before 7 CPC

The 7th CPC had invited the All India Audit & Accounts Association for tendering oral evidence on 27th March 2015 at this office at Qutab Institutional Area, New Delhi. In addition to the Secretary General, Coms M.Duraipandian, V.Nageswara Rao, KL Gautam and Anilkumar appeared before the Commission for the oral evidence. The Commission was present in full strength

The following demands were placed before the Commission:

1. Upgradation of LDC of GP 2400

2. Correcting the distortions in the implementation of 6 CPC recommendations with respect to IA & AD and organised Accounts Viz.

i) grant of GP 4200 to Auditor / Accountant

ii) grant of GP 4600 to SA, granting parity with Assistants of CSS

iii) grant of GP 5400 to AAO on completion of 4 years

3. Grant Promotion to SA to GP 4800 and higher starting pay of PB 2, 5400 to AAO and space for further career advancements for these orders

There was detailed discussion on each of our demands. It was pointed out by us that CAG of India has also recommended each of above demand and also grant of GP 6600 and 7600 to AOs and SAOs. The Chairman appreciated it. The Commission assured to take a positive look on our demands which are also supported by CAG.

The demands were explained in its historical background and also on functional basis. The recommendations of the past pay commissions were also brought to the notice of the CPC. The award by the Central Board of Arbitration in favour of the employees in respect of parity between SA and Assistants in CSS was particularly pointed out. Chairman expressed his unhappiness on the non implementation of the award by the employees and workers.

On our demand for career progression for SA and AAO, the Commission stated that though it is sympathetic it is not sure what could be done, given the hierarchical structure available in IA and AD.

We also raised the issue of re-introduction of Touring Special Pay and pointed out to the Award that was won by the All India Audit & Accounts Association from the Board of Arbitration and its rejection by the Parliament in 2002.

We further requested for introduction of 4 advance increments on passing of Departmental confirmatory examination, explaining the system prevailed before 3rd CPC, recommendation of 3rd CPC following which it was discontinued and its re introduction in 1981 an amount equivalent to 3 increments. We pointed out that the conversion of this qualification pay into deemed allowance after 5 CPC and requested for its re-introduction.

During the discussion the Chairman observed that the commission is of the view to discard the PB-GP System.


On 23-24 March 2015, the Standing Conïnittee of Staff Side, NC, JCM, tendered the oral evidence before the 7 CPC. The delegation was led by Shri Raghavaiah, Leader, Staff Side and Corn Shiva Gopal Mishra, Secretary, Staff Side.
Com KKN Kutty presented the memorandum on behalf of the NC, JCM. The gist of discussion is given in the enclosed Circular issued by Corn Shiva Gopal Mishra, Secretary, Staff Side.

The Pay Commission stated that the principle that vuld guide to determine the minimum wage shall be Dr Aykroid formula on it (ie 15 ILC norms). It has further stated its intention to do away with pay band/grade pay system. On some other issues, the Pay Commission has sought the views of the Staff Side (which shall be conveyed to the Commission shortly).

With greetings,

Your Fraternally

(M.S. Raja)
Secretary General

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Sunday, March 29, 2015

Minimum Wage for 7th cpc pay of Rs.26000/- and Open Ended Pay Scales - NFIR

National Federation of Indian Railwaymen

Affiliated to:
Indian National Trade Union Congress (INTUC)
International Transport Workers Federation (ITF)

Minimum Wage of Rs.26000/- and Open Ended Pay Scales


During 2 days deliberations on 23rd & 24th March, 2015, the JCM (Staff Side) delegation have pleaded before the 7th Central Pay Commission to recommend minimum wage of Rs. 26,000/- per month on the basis of 15th ILC Norms/ Aykroyd Formula. Some of the important submissions made before the Pay Commission are listed below:

. Wage ratio between the lowest and highest should be 1:8.

. Revised pay scales and allowances should be given effect from 01/01/2014.

. 3.7 multiplication factor should be applied to arrive at the revised pay. Special Pay concept should be restored back.

. HRA should be revised to 60%, 40% and 20% of pay for ‘X’ ‘Y’ and ‘Z’ class localities/ cities respectively.

. Children Education Allowance should be revised and extended to cover higher studies

. Increment rate should be 5% of pay.

. Five promotions during service.

. Special Duty Allowance for North Eastern Region be revised to 37-1/2%.

. House Building Amount should be increased and interest rate should be reduced.

. 6th CPC Anomalies may be got addressed through a special mechanism.

. Flexi timings for women employees besides additional leave facilities etc.,


. Pay Commission was urged to recommend panty in Pension.

. Minimum Pension should be fixed at 67% of last pay drawn.

. Gratuity amount should be upwardly revised.

All the issues contained in the JCM memorandum were explained to the Commission with cogent logic, merits and Precedents. S/Shri M. Raghavaiah, Leader JCM (Staff Side), Guman Singh. NFIR President, R.P. Bhatnagar, Working President and B.C. Sharma, Joint General Secretary have participated in the deliberations.

No.IV/NFIR/7th CPC/Corres/Pt.V
Dated : 28/03/2015
Forwarded to Affiliates & Media Centre/NFIR. .

(Dr M. Raghavaiah)
General Secretary

Source: NFIR
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Friday, March 27, 2015

7th CPC Meeting of National Council JCM Staff Side about DA Merger, Interim Relief

Feedback of the meeting of NC JCM Staff Side with 7th CPC


Dated: March 25, 2014

Dear Comrades,

The 7th CPC had asked the JCM Staff Side to present their case before the Commission for wage revision on 23rd and 24th March 2015. Accordingly, the Standing Committee of the Staff Side met on 22nd March and again 23rd March 2015. The presentation was made on 23rd and 24th March 2015 before the Commission.

We have discussed the memorandum, chapter wise and the Commission made a very patient hearing and interacted with us seeking clarifications on certain matters. It is not possible to provide a detailed account of the discussions. However, we are to inform you that we came out of the discussion with a very good impression and satisfaction.

1. The Commission will adopt Minimum Wage Concept(Dr. Aykhrod Formula) as the principle of wage determination. They will however, collect the retail rates of the commodities that go into the basket.

2. We have pleaded for the adoption of the best international practices while fixing the highest salary.

3. On the demands for Interim Relief and Merger of DA, the Commission finally said that those can only be considered if Terms of Reference are amended.

4. The Commission agreed that there had been reduction in the sanctioned strength and working strength over the years despite the increased workload.

5. They have also noted that there was substantial reduction in percentage terms of the expenses on salary and wages over the years.

6. The Commission enquired, as to how multiplication factor of 3.7 was arrived at. The same was explained in detail.

7. Fitment Formula and the demand on Fixation of Pay on Promotion, were appreciated as the rationale was explained.

8. Date of effect: No commitment or comment was made by the Commission. The Staff Side explained, as to how they compromised by shifting the date from. 01.01.2011 to 01.01.2014.

9. The institution of Special Pay, especially in the wake of de-layering was explained.

10. Common Categories: We have requested the upgradation and amalgamation of the cadres of LDC with UDC and the need for bringing about parity in pay scales of the Subordinate Offices with the Central Secretariat. The problems of Staff Car Drivers were also elaborated. The contractorisation and casualisation at lower level positions and the consequent exploitation of the labour were discussed at length. The Commission has made a proposal to do away with the contractorisation/casualisation. Staff side will discuss the proposal and will send its views to the Commission in due course.

11. Classification of Posts: Our proposal has not been found favour.

12. GDS: While sympathizing with the Staff Side, the Commission wanted them to approach the Government with a view to amend the Terms of Reference.

13. Allowances and Advances: Detailed discussions were held on HRA, CCA, Transport Allowance, CEA and Special Allowance for personnel posted at North East Region. Chapters dealing with the facilities was also discussed at length, including compassionate appointment. On holidays, we have requested to include May Day in the list of holidays. The background of observance of May Day was enquired by the Commission and explained.

14. Pension and Retirement Benefit – NPS: Commission stated categorically that NPS being an Act of Parliament, they will not make any comment thereon.

Pension Computation: The rationale of 67% was explained and appreciated.

Minimum Pension: our demand for 2/3rd of the Minimum Wage was also explained.

Parity in pension of past and present pensioners was fully explained, linked with one rank -one pension scheme for Defence Personnel. We have pleaded that Civilian Pensioners should not be discriminated against. Demand for Additional Pension for both Pensioners and Family Pensioners was explained. All matters concerning Family Pension were also discussed. So also, gratuity to be computed in accordance with the Gratuity Act.

There was good response for the demands from the Commission.

Restoration of commuted value of pension: The Commission will enquire the views of the Government as to what is their objection to the demand.

Medical facilities for pensioners and discrimination between Pensioners in CGHS area and CCS(MA) Area as also the Postal Pensioners was brought home including the higher Fixed Medical Allowance for ESI persons.

Certain clarifications/elucidations have been asked for by the Commission. To provide such clarifications, another meeting with the Commission might be held after the Commission’s interaction with other organizations. The Staff Side may meet the Commission after their interaction with the other organizations are over.

With greetings,

(Shiva Gopal Mishra)
Secretary/Staff Side NC JCM

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No. PJCA/2015

Dated: 26th March , 2015


All Office Bearers of both the Federations.
All General Secretaries
All Circle/Divisional and Branch Secretaries.

Dear Comrades,


As decided earlier PJCA meeting was held at NFPE office, 1st Floor North Avenue Post Office Building New Delhi-110 001 on 24.03.2015. at 2 P.M The meeting was Presided over by Shri. D.Theagarajan, Chairman, PJCA and Secretary General FNPO.

The meeting attended by both Secretary Generals and General Secretaries of both the Federations.

Before commencement of meeting homage was paid to Com. S.K. Vyas, a Veteran & legendry leader of Central Government Employees & Pensioners Trade Union Movement by observing one minute silence.

In the meeting Com. R.N. Parashar, Secretary PJCA and Secretary General NFPE presented the position of action and development on the 40 points Strike Charter of demands after PJCA meeting with Secretary (P) on 05.02.2015.

All General Secretaries presented their views and after a detailed discussion, the following decisions were taken:

1. Disagreement was recorded on items No. 1,2,11,12,13,14,15,16,21, 25,27, 30, 31,33,34, 35,36,37, and 40 of PJCA Strike Charter of demand as the progress is not being noticed on all these items. Secretary (P) will be addressed to settle these issues as per the assurance given in meeting on 05.02.2015.

2. Due to some unavoidable circumstances the date of Dharna in front of Dak Bhawan, New Delhi by All India leaders of both Federations is rescheduled as 29th April-2015 instead of 15th April.

3, Notice for Indefinite Strike to be organized from 06th May 2015 will be served to the Secretary, Department of Posts, New Delhi on 06th April-2015. All Circle /Divisional and Branch Secretaries will also submit Strike Notice at all levels by organizing demonstrations in front of all important offices.

4 Campaign programme by All India Leaders of both the Federations affiliated unions has been finalized and it will be completed between 05th April to 15th April, 2015 to mobilize entire rank and file. All concerned will fix the dates in consultation with Circle leadership and conduct the programme to mobilize maximum employees to participate in Parliament March to be conducted on 28th April 2015 under banner of National Council JCM and to make them ready for the Indefinite strike from 06th May 2015 onwards . (Campaign programme is enclosed)

5. Next Meeting of PJCA will be held on 29th April, 2015 on the day of Dharna by All India leaders in front of Dak Bhawan, New Delhi.


1, Meeting of NFPE leaders with 7th Central Pay Commission was held on 25th March, 2015 at Pay Commissions Office at Chhatrapati Shivaji Bhawan Qutub Institutional Area, New Delhi. Secretary General NFPE and all General Secretaries participated in the meeting and presented the issues very nicely submitted in the memorandums. Chairman and members appeared courteous and co-operative with positive attitude.

GDS issues were also discussed by Secretary General NFPE and Com. P. Panduranga Rao General Secretary, GDS (NFPE) and Memorandum on GDS issue was also presented again to Chairman 7th CPC by General Secretary GDS (NFPE) . Chairman assured all possible help to this most exploited and deprived section of Postal Workers within his capacity.

2. Meeting of FNPO leaders was also held with 7th CPC on 26th March 2015 at CPC office at New Delhi. Secretary General & all General Secretaries presented the issues effectively and Pay Commission was also of positive views on most of the items. FNPO & NUGDS also discussed GDS related issues to Pay Commission and submitted memorandum.

D. THEAGARAJAN  R.                                                                                  N. PARASHAR
Secretary General, FNPO                                                                     Secretary General NFPE

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