Friday, May 25, 2018
NFPE CIRCULAR ON GDS UNIONS' STRIKE
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No.PF/GDS/STRIKE-2018 Date: 25th May 2018
All General Secretaries/NFPE Office Bearers
All Circle/Divisional and Branch Secretaries of NFPE affiliated unions.
As you are aware that the entire GDS employees of the Department of Post are on Indefinite Strike since 22.05.2018. All GDS unions i.e. AIPEUGDS, AIGDSU,NUGDS have joined together. BPEF-GDS Union is also on strike since 14.05.2018.
NFPE has already declared solidarity and all types of help and co-operation to make GDS strike total success. In some Circles i.e. Kerala, Bengal, Tamilnadu, AP&Telangana GDS, regular employees have also joined strike as solidarity strike.
In Kerala, Bengal and Tamilnadu regular employees strike still continue.
Four rounds of discussions have already taken place between Administration and GDS unions.
As no fruitful result has came out of the negotiations, therefore, all GDS unions have decided to continue their strike till the achievement of their demands i.e. implementation of Kamelesh Chandra Committee report and membership verification.
Further GDS unions have declared the following programme of action:
1. Massive Rally at all Circle Head Quarters and submission of memorandum to Governors on date 28.05.2018.
2. Mass Dharna in front of Communications Minister’s office at Sanchar Bhawan New Delhi on 1st June 2018.
NFPE has already declared massive demonstration at all work places daily during lunch hours and wearing of Black Badges daily to protest inordinate delay in implementation of GDS Committee Report.
W as NFPE appeal to the entire leadership and membership of all NFPE affiliated unions to make all the programmes as mentioned above a grand success.
We appeal particularly to the Comrades of nearby Circles and Divisions to participate in large number on 01.06.2018 in Massive Dharna in front of Communications Minister’s Office, Sanchar Bhawan, Patel Chowk , New Delhi.
With revolutionary greetings