Friday, December 11, 2015
No. Conf/Gen/2015/ Dated - 09.12.2015
Shri P. K. Sinha
Government of India
New Delhi - 110001
Sub: - Grant of Flood Advance and other Financial Assistance for the staff including Gramin Dak Sewaks and Casual, Part-Time, Contingent employees who suffered substantial loss during the recent flood in Tamilnadu – Reg.
As you are aware that, there was torrential rain and catastrophic flood in Tamilnadu for the past three weeks and almost the Chennai City is devastated. Likewise, many areas viz. Cuddalore, Kanchipuram, Tiruvallur Districts and Puduchery union territory are the most affected parts of Tamilnadu during the recent flood. Water logged even in Airport, Railway Stations, National Highways etc. and almost every connecting link is severed and no vehicle service for the past several days in the City . National Disaster Management Team, Army, Navy and Air Force personnel are deployed for rescue operations and death toll crosses 188, as per official figure.
The Prime Minister of India recently visited Tamilnadu to make a personal survey of flood affected areas, described this as a National Disaster and announced Rs. 1000 Crores as immediate relief from the National Disaster Response Fund for rehabilitation works. The Tamilnadu State Govt. and Puduchery Union territory Govt. have announced the above mentioned areas as flood affected and various kinds of assistances/relief are extended to the affected people.
It is therefore requested to take necessary action so as to grant natural calamity advance to all the affected Central Government Employees, including Gramin Dak Sewaks and Casual, Part-time and Contingent employees, those who are residing in the flood affected Districts of Tamilnadu State.
Moreover, it is requested to take suitable action to grant Financial Assistance liberally to those officials/GDS/Casual Labourers who suffered with substantial loss of movable and immovable properties due to flood.
Soliciting immediate response.
(M. Krishnan)Secretary General
Strengthening of administration -Periodical review under FR56 (j)/ FR 56(I)/ Rule 48 of CCS (Pension) Rules, 1972- reg?(Click the link below for details)
NJCA MEETING DECISION
INDEFINTE STRIKE FROM 1ST WEEK OF MARCH 2016
Meeting of the National Joint Council of Action (Railways, Defence and Confederation) was held on 08.12.2015 at JCM National Council Staff Side office, New Delhi. Detailed deliberations on 7th CPC related issues (including Gramin Dak Sewaks and Casual, Contract and daily-rated workers) was held and a Common charter of demands was finalized. It is further decided that the NJCA shall go on indefinite strike from the 1st week of March 2016, if the Government fails to reach a negotiated settlement with the staff side before 1st week of February 2016. A letter intimating this decision will be given to the Government shortly along with the common charter of demands. Letter to Government and charter of demands will be published in the website within two days.
AN URGENT MEETING OF J.C.M. DEPARTMENT COUNCIL WAS HELD ON 08.12.2015 AT DAK BHAWAN, NEW DELHI UNDER THE CHAIRPERSONSHIP OF SECRETARY (POSTS). BOTH FEDERATIONS (NFPE & FNPO) SUBMITTED JOINT MEMORANDUM SEEKING MODIFICATION ON PAY COMMISSION RECOMMENDATIONS, WHICH WAS DISCUSSED IN DETAIL.
ALL OFFICERS OF POSTAL SERVICES BOARD AND BOTH SECRETARY GENERAL & GENERAL SECRETARIES OF BOTH FEDERATIONS PARTICIPATED IN THE MEETING.
THE MEMORANDUM SUBMITTED IS REPRODUCED BELOW.