Saturday, December 3, 2016
15/1089-90, VASUNDHARA, VASUNDHARA (P.O.), Dt. GHAZIABAD (U.P), PIN-201012
Reference: AIA/Circular-30/2016 Dated: 30th November 2016
Members & Spl. Invitees – NE &
Members of Women’s Committee
ENSURE MASSIVE PARTICIPATION IN THE MARCH TO PARLIAMENT
Thousands of Central Government Employees and Workers would march to the Parliament on 15th December 2016 demanding settlement of the 19 point Charter of Demands that include the assurance to revisit the minimum pay and fitment factor – under the banner of Confederation of Central Government Employees and Workers.
The National Executive Committee of the Association in its meeting on 1st October 2016 allocated quota for each station for participation in the March.
Many of the Units have informed about the details of the participation but few are yet to send the required details.
Accommodation is arranged at Garhwal Bhawan (near Jhandewalan Metro station) for 15th December 2016.
DHARNA ON 7TH DECEMBER RESCHEDULED
One day Dharna by the Executive Committee on Departmental Charter of Demands on 7th December 2016 is rescheduled to a future date. Fresh date for the Dharna shall be decided in the extended CWC meeting of 15th December 2016. (Notification for the extended CWC is attached).
The Notification with regard to the terms of reference of Anomaly Committee was issued followed by constitution of the National Anomaly Committee. Items for the National Anomaly Committee are to be submitted.
The Department had called for nominations to Departmental Anomaly Committee and we have submitted the same. The constitution of the Departmental Anomaly Committee is expected very soon.
We have also nominated our members to the Departmental Anomaly Committee.
Our Units and Comrades are requested to propose items for NAC as well as Departmental Anomaly Committee, separately.
1st meeting of the Anomaly Committee was held yesterday – the agenda was from the Government side i.e. Disability Pension for the Defence Forces’ Personnel as per 7 CPC recommendation.
The official side from Armed Forces (there is no Union/Association for the lower level personnel, every where the armed personnel are represented by Army/Navy/Air Force Chief or the officers recommended by the Chief) wanted restoration of percentage system of pension where as 7 CPC had recommended slab system. May be that the officers are benefited when the disability pension is granted as percentage of their pay/pension while the lower level personnel such as Sepoy to Subedar etc stand to benefit under slab system.
The staff side contended that the benefit that any section may be enjoying out of the recommendations of 7 CPC should not be taken away by amending the recommendations.
Chairman, Anomaly Committee stated that there will be another round of meeting to conclude the item.
M. S. Raja