Wednesday, March 31, 2021
Tuesday, March 30, 2021
Monday, March 29, 2021
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Thursday, March 25, 2021
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Wednesday, March 24, 2021
Monday, March 22, 2021
Ministry of Commerce & Industry
The joint Biennial divisional conference of Srikakulam Division has been held on 21-03-2021 in Bapuji Kalamandir Auditorium in Srikakulam Town.
Flag hoistation and Floral tributes to the martyrs was conducted with the Invitees and delegates of the session. Meeting Chaired by the Presidium of Com.Jyotheeswararao (GrC), Com.T.Venkateswaralu (P4) & Com.B.S.R.Murthynaidu (GDS).
Com.K.Srinivas, President, CITU, Srikakulam inagurated the conference. Com. P.Pandurangarao, G/S, AIPEUGDS, Com.B.Sridharbabu, Circle Secretary, AIPEU GrC., Com.Thatinaidu, ACS, P4., Com.M.Srinivasarao, C/S, AIPEU GDS, Com.A.P.Papaiah, ACS, GDS were present and addressed the meeting.
Senior leaders Com.D.A.S.V.Prasad Ex-C/S, Gr.C., Com.M.Nageswararao, Ex-President, Gr.C., Com.E.Sankaranaidu, President, Gr.C., Com.G.S.N.Murthy (GrC) were also attended and addressed the meeting.
The divisional Secretaries of Parvathipuram & Vizianagaram were are also participated and addressed the conference.
Com.V.Vijayakrishna felicitated by the Divisional Union & Circle Union on his retirement. He contributed his valuable services as divisional secretary for the last 20 years for GDS Union and also continued as Circle Vice President and Circle Working President for Circle Unions of AP & TS GDS for a long period.
Com. B.Gopalarao, Ex-President, Gr.C, Srikakulam also felicitated by Divisional Unions of Srikakulam.
More than 300 members graced the conference and a set of organizing body has been elected unanimously for the Divisional Unions of Gr.C., P4 & GDS for the ensuing period.
Friday, March 19, 2021
Thursday, March 18, 2021
No privatisation of train routes has been done.
However, to provide improved services to the passengers and to attract investment in Railway sector, Ministry of Railways (MoR) has invited applications for induction of 150 modern rakes to run over select routes through Public Private Partnership (PPP).
The list of these train services is appended.
The existing passenger train services shall not be affected by the operation of Passenger train services through PPP mode.
These services to be operated through PPP mode shall be additional trains and aimed at increasing the availability of train services to the public.
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Wednesday, March 17, 2021
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Ministry of Labour & Employment
Tuesday, March 16, 2021
Monday, March 15, 2021
Friday, March 12, 2021
You can now locate the nearest available post office with just a click.
To track the nearest post office, visit: https://cutt.ly/RlBtzBY.
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Wednesday, March 10, 2021
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Postal Services in rural Areas --
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No. Confd. Circular-2021 Dated: 10th March 2021
CENTRAL TRADE UNIONS CALLS UPON TO OBSERVE
15th MARCH 2021
AS ANTI -PRIVATISATION & ANTI-CORPORATISATION DAY
In the Budget that was presented by the Finance Minister on Ist Feb. 2021 the major resource mobilisation besides indirect taxes was through disinvestment or outright sale of public enterprises. Life Insurance Corporation, the largest organisation in the Insurance industry not only of India but perhaps even of the world has been specifically earmarked for sale. It is one of the best performing enterprise in the Public sector today. The return, s the Government of India has received from LIC is several times of its investment, i.e. in the form of dividends, taxes etc. While the sale of public enterprises was justified earlier on the plea of the recurring losses in the past, it is presently no more so.. BJP and all its predecessor formations had been opposed to public enterprises, itself , though such investment had been the key for the economic advancement of the country in the post independent era. In fact the Prime Minister’s statement justifying the decision was a clear admission that the ruling party is not ashamed of bartering away India’s assets, acquired by the public money to selected private enterprises or even foreign nationals. As part of the crony capitalism, the theme of governance of the present government, most of the public enterprises, divested or sold would be gobbled up by Adanis and Ambanis. Unashamedly and pretty well knowing that it is nothing but a travesty of truth, they propagate the virtues of right wing policies and its capacity to propel growth. When millions were driven to the shores of penury and poverty due to the various such disastrous decisions taken by this government, like demonetisation, the hurry with which the GST regime was brought in, the separate duty regime for petroleum products whereby the prices have now been doubled despite the dwindling international crude prices etc., unending agony was inflicted on common people. The ushering in of the new labour code, the anti farmers bills rushed through the Parliament are some of the recent anti-people steps taken by this government to please the corporates. The country’s economic growth got extremely decelerated in the Covid period that it went into minus 23% recently. However, the number of billionaires in our country increased even in Covid days and India added 40 names to the list of billionaires of the world. The toughest resistance to the pernicious policies of the present Government came from the farmers agitation, which has now entered the most crucial phase. It is heartening to note that they are determined to ensure the reversal of the recent enactments made solely for the purpose of enriching the selected corporate house.
1. It is in this background that the Central Trade Unions met at New Delhi. The meeting decided to call upon all its affiliates Associations and Unions and the friendly federations to observe 15th March 2021 as anti-Privatisation and anti-corporatisation day by organising central rally, Dharna, demonstration etc. preferably near the Railway Station or in front of any Central Govt. Office.
2. The Bank and Insurance employees will be on strike on 16th and 17th March, 2021. Solidarity and support actions would be organised on those days.
3. To hold dharna / relay hunger strike etc. on 23rd, 24th and 25th March, 2021 jointly by all sections of the workers as decided earlier as part of the mass mobilization programme.
4. To organise joint programmes on 23rd March, 2021 along with farmers organisations to commemorate the martyrdom of the National heroes; Bhagat Singh, Sukhdev and Rajguru.
Confederation has decided to endorse the above decisions of the Central Trade Unions and calls upon all affiliates and State COCs to carry out the programme.
Tuesday, March 9, 2021
Sunday, March 7, 2021
This year, we can all choose to challenge everything that has been holding us back, and become better allies.
Comrade M. Krishnan:
An unparalleled leader for Central Government employees:
REPORT ON CONDOLENCE MEETING TO PAY HOMAGE TO COM. M. KRISHNAN HELD ON 05.03.2021 AT NFPE HEAD QUARTERS, NEW DELHI
A Condolence meeting to pay homage to Com. M. Krishnan, Ex-Secretary General, Confederation & NFPE and Ex-General Secretary, AIPEU Group ‘C’, CHQ who expired on 1st March 2021 due to COVID-19 at Trivandrum, was held at NFPE office, North Avenue, New Delhi from 04:00 PM on 05th March 2021.
All leaders and Members of NC JCM Confederation and NFPE present at Delhi Head Quarter attended the meeting.
Condolence Meeting Commenced with keeping 2 minutes silence to pay respect to departed leader.
After that floral tribute was paid by everyone present there.
First of all Com. R. N. Parashar, Secretary General, Confederation, NFPE & General Secretary, P3 thrown light on the life of Com. M. Krishnan stating that Com. M. Krishnan was one of the most committed and dedicated leader of working class movement. He was very much hard working, intelligent, knowledgeable and militant leader. He conducted so many struggles in Kerala when he was there working as Circle Secretary, P3 and General Secretary, C-O-C Confederation, Kerala. After coming at All India level as President P3, Secretary General, NFPE, General Secretary P3 & Secretary General Confederation he lead so many struggles and resisted the onslaughts being unleased by the Govt. of India in the wake of Neo-liberal economic policies. During 2011 when Govt. wanted to close 9797 Post offices and 325 RMS offices, Com. Krishnan gave indefinite strike notice and during negotiations, he forced Postal administration to reverse back on the decision and thus the existing form of Department was saved. He was the main person behind the formation of GDS union. Pensioners Union (AIPRPA) and Casual Workers Union which are working in a very good manner for the cause of their sectional workers.
After being elected as Secretary General, Confederation, he conducted so many agitational programmes for setting up of 7th pay commission and for implementation of it’s report and opposing anti Welfare policies of Govt. including scrapping of New Pension Scheme.
Com. Shiv Gopal Mishra, Secretary, Staff Side, National Council, JCM and General Secretary All India Railway Men’s Federation also paid floral tribute and shared his view about Com. M. Krishnan working with him in Standing Committee and NC JCM.
All the Comrades, leaders and members of Constituents of Confederation and NFPE and AIPRPA paid floral tributes and expressed their views about the functioning and services rendered by Com. Krishnan in various capacities in union and his contribution towards working class movement, particularly for Central Govt. Employee and Postal Employees.
Com. Giriraj Singh, Ex-President NFPE & Ex-General Secretary, R3, Com. A. K. Kanojiya, Ex-President ITEF, Com. I. S. Dabas, Ex-General Secretary, P4, Com. Anil Kumar, General Secretary, C-O-C Delhi & leader of Audit Association, Com. D. B. Mohanty, General Secretary P4, Com. K. K. Sharma, Vice President NFPE, Com. Ashwini Kumar, Treasurer NFPE, Com. K. P. Singh, AGS R3, Com. Charan Singh, Treasurer R3 CHQ, Com. Aishvir Singh, Circle Secretary P3 Delhi, Com. Ramesh Dabas, Treasurers P4 CHQ, Com. Raj Kumar Ex-Treasurer, NFPE, Coms Deep Chand, Shankar Pal, Bhagatji, Tokas, B. S. Tyagi, Jagdish Prasad, K. C. Verma and some others (all from AIPRPA), Coms. Gauri Shankar, Ashok Tyagi, Pramod Kumar, Ganesh Mishra, A. K. Chawla, Rakesh Gaur and some others (All from P3) Com. J. P. Sharma and so many other Comrades from P4 and so many comrades from all wings of Delhi Circle and Staff members of NFPE & P3, i.e. Coms Mahavir Prasad, Shashi Kumar, Naveen Kumar, Dhananjay Singh and Shiv Lal Singh were present in the meeting and paid floral tributes, homage and condolences in their speech.
All Present in the meeting extended heartfelt condolences to the bereaved family members and comrades of Kerala and whole country and prayed for the speed recovery of Mrs. Krishnan who was also infected with Corona but she is recovering.
The condolence meeting ended with chanting slogans
Com. Krishnan ko Lal Salam
Red Salute to Com. Krishnan
Long live Com. Krishnan
Com. Krishnan Amar Rahe