Friday, April 9, 2010

Circular 12-2010

Dear Comrade
Please find Circular 12-2010 posted below.
Yours comradely
M. S. Raja
Secretary General



15/1089-90, VASUNDHARA, VASUNDHARA (P.O.), Dt. GHAZIABAD (U.P), PIN-201012

Ph: 0120-2881727/4101593/ 0 – 98681 45667




Reference: AIA/Circular-12/2010                                                            Dated: 8th April 2010



Unit Secretaries,

Members of Women's Committee &

Members & Spl. Invitees – NE


Dear Comrades,






            The Central Head Quarter of All India Audit & Accounts Association and Apex JAC greet and congratulate every audit and accounts employee and officer for the magnificent show of dissent by joining the call for Mass Casual Leave.

            The Audit & Accounts employees and officers rose like one person to record its disapproval of non settlement of burning issues faced by them through negotiation with the Association by massively abstaining from work on 8th April 2010.

            Breaking from the past every body - from Gr D to SAO - joined the mass abstention demanding negotiated settlement of charter of demands and also standing upto the mandarins in the North Block who deny the status and pay scale to audit and accounts employees and officers at par with those in CSS.

            This massive protest also conveyed to the CAG's administration that the draconian laws and perverted officers' actions will be questioned and the victimisations of the Association leaders, be it in Kerala, Rajkot, Gwalior, Kolkata or elsewhere will not be tolerated.

            This time we saw a new method of administration bending backward and sanctioning leave liberally. That is what we want, sanction leave for all those who applied – whether Casual leave, Earned leave or medical leave. The offices through out India wore a deserted look today ie, 8th April 2010.


            The employees and officers abstained –either by applying CL on 8th April or by availing leave for more than one day (when we give call for one day work stoppage, the administration wants more days' work stoppage!) in the following stations and offices.


            Kohima, Nagaland – Near total in Accounts Category II and III

               Shillong, Meghalaya – Near total in Accounts Cat II and III

            Guwahati, Assam – Near total in Accounts Cat II and III

            Kolkata, WB - Nobody was present in the offices of PAG (Audit), PDA (C), PAG (A&E)

Total in ERly Audit, P&T Audit, MAB II, Defence Audit, MAB II

            Bhubaneswar, Orissa – Total in Accounts Cat II & III

            Puri, Orissa – Total in Accounts Cat II & III

            Shimla, HP – Total in Accounts Cat III

            Chandigarh, Punjab – More than 70% in Accounts Cat II & III

            Jaipur, Rajasthan – Total in Audit Cat II & III

                                         Near total in Accounts Cat II & III

            Gwalior, MP – 30% in Accounts Cat III

            Bhopal, MP – Total in Audit Cat II & III

            Nagpur – 70% in Accounts Cat II and 20% in Accounts Cat III

            Nagpur - Total in P&T Audit, Cat II & III

Lucknow – Near total in P&T Audit Cat III despite terror (Those who were called and threatened to sign withdrew the signature, giving in writing that they are on CL)

            Ahmedabad, Gujarat – handful only abstained.

            Mumbai, Maharashtra – Nearly 70 % in Accounts Cat II & III, AG (Commercial Audit)

                                                Total in DGA Central, Audit Cat III

                                                Nearly 25% in PAG (Audit) Cat III

                                                Near total in MAB I & II

            Hyderabad, AP - 63% in Accounts Cat III, despite reign of terror let lose by PAG

                                      25% on CL, another 25% abstained, SC Rly Audit Cat II & III

            Bangalore, Karnataka – Total abstention in A&E Office

            Chennai, Tamil Nadu – Nearly 33 % on CL, another 33 % abstained in A&E Office

                                                25% on CL in Audit Office

            Kerala – Lunch hour demonstration only



            The administration wanted this Association to withdraw the Mass Casual Leave programme of 8th April 2010 but without any commitment on settlement of issues.

            It was told in clear terms to administration that withdrawal or deferment will be considered if the issues of victimisation is addressed to immediately and CAG make a personal intervention on the issues of implementation of arbitration award and pay scales while a road map is agreed to on negotiated settlement on other items in the charter of demands.

            The administration tried to create terror in certain pockets. Despite all these the employees and officers have stood firm.

            The CHQ salute one and all.



            The CHQ salute the valiant comrades of Accounts Cat III Association, Hyderabad, AP for the commendable success in overcoming the terror created by the PAG (A&E).



            CAG administration has issued orders on new pattern and syllabus for SAS examination from the forthcoming examination in November 2010 onwards.

            We find that some of the proposals given by this Association have been accepted, especially on study leave and excluding paper on statistics. Also, flexibility on choosing the papers – though exactly not the way we demanded – has been considered.

            Copy of the order is enclosed.


            With regards

Yours fraternally





Secretary General