Wednesday, August 1, 2012

Circular 18-2012

Dear Comrades
Please find Circular 18-2012 posted below.
With Greetings,
Yours freaternally
(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-18/2012                                                           Dated: 30th July 2012



Unit Secretaries,

Members & Spl. Invitees – NE &

Members of Women's Committee


Dear Comrades,







            On 26th July 2012, nearly twenty thousand central government employees from across the country marched to Parliament demanding settlement of 15 point charter of demands which includes revision of wages of central government employees in every five years, merger of DA upto 50% with pay for all purposes and withdrawal of PFRDA bill.

            The change of venue of assembly of the rally by the Delhi Police in the last minute – on account of the fast by "India Against Corruption" led by Shri Anna Hazare – created some confusion in the last minute. Despite this, employees thousands of employees reached the venue in time and the march commenced at 11.30 am.

            The march was addressed by Comrades Basudev Acharya, MP and CPM group leader in the Lok Sabha, Tapan Sen, General Secretary, CITU and Amarjeet Kaur, Secretary, AITUC in addition to Coms SK Vyas, President, KKN Kutty, Secretary General, K Raghavendra, Working President and M Krishnan, Secretary General, NFPE.


Charter of Demands improved

            Secretary General announced that the Secretariat of the Confederation that met on 25th July decided to improve the charter of demands by including the demand 5 promotions during the career as an additional demand making the charter of demands with 15 demands.

            Com KKN Kutty, Secretary General declared the decision taken by the Secretariat of Confederation to go for one day strike on 12th December 2012 which was received with thunderous slogans.


The memorandum submitted to the Prime Minister and the press statement issued by the Confederation is enclosed. (for details & photos please visit  


With greetings,

Yours fraternally





Secretary General



Manihsinath Bhawan, A/2/95 Rajouri Garden, New Delhi. 110 027.

Website: confederationhq.




                More than 20000 Central Government employees participated in the March to Parliament programme organised by the Confederation of Central Government employees and workers.  Every State in the country and organisation in each Department of Government of India took part in this programme.  The rally was addressed by Com. Basudeb Acharya and Com. Tapan Sen, Members of Parliament and leaders of CITU. Leaders of AITUC, BMS and INTUC also addressed the gathering. Besides, the following leaders of the Confederation spoke at the rally.


                Com. S.K. Vyas, President, Confederation, Com. K.Raghavendran, Working President, Com. M. Krishnan, Secretary General, National Federation of Postal Employees, Com. K.P. Rajagopal, Secretary General, Income tax Employees Federation, Com. M.S. Raja, Secretary General, All India Audit and Accounts Association, Com. Vrigu Bhattacharya, Secretary General, All India Civil Accounts Employees Association,  Com. Somaiah, Vice President, Confederation, Com. Madan, Organising Secretary, Confederation and many others.


                While concluding the rally, Com. K.K.N. Kutty, Secretary General said that the Confederation has submitted a detailed memorandum on the charter of demands  to the Prime Minister and the Central Government employees expect the Prime Minister to consider and settle the issues within a reasonable time frame.  To ensure an expeditious consideration of the issues by the Government the Confederation  has decided to call upon the employees to organise State/District level conventions, demonstration, rally, dharna etc. in the coming three months.  If no satisfactory settlement is brought about within the next three months on the charter, he announced that the Confederation will organise a day's token strike on 12th December, 2012.


                The major demands included in the charter are (a) setting up of 7th Central Pay Commission for wage revision with effect from 1.1.2011, (b) merger of DA with pay, (c) withdrawal of PFRDA Bill (d) revival of the negotiating forum JCM at all levels, (e) stopping privatisation, downsizing etc,(f) regularisation of casual workers, (g) grant of five promotions in the career as is given to the officers etc.


                The rally was concluded with the vote of thanks proposed by Com. Giriraj Singh, President, Delhi State Committee of the Confederation.



K.K.N. Kutty

Secretary General


Dated: 26th July 2012


The Honourable Prime Minister,

Government of India,

South Block,                                                                           

New Delhi. 110 001


Dear Sir,                                                                                                                   


More than 15,000 Central Govt. Employees from all over the country representing various affiliates of the Confederation of Central Government employees and workers have marched to Parliament today  to present this Memorandum containing a brief note on the 14 point Charter of  demands and seek your kind intervention in finding a settlement of these issues. The employees and workers in all Departments of the Government of India are distressed over the total breakdown of the negotiating machinery. i.e. JCM .  The Council meetings are not being held in any Ministry other than Railways, Defence and to a limited extent in the Postal  and Atomic Energy Departments. There is no channel of communication that exist between the employees and the heads of Departments with the result that none of their grievances are attended to or addressed.  This apart, in quite a number of Departments, the Associations /Federations have not been granted recognition in- spite of fulfilling all the conditions stipulated under the CCS (RSA) Rules, 1993 with the result even bilateral discussions at the level of heads of offices have been dispensed with.


 We, therefore, once again request your good-self to kindly give necessary direction to the concerned that the issues we have presented through this memorandum are addressed immediately.


Thanking you,         


Yours faithfully,


K.K.N. Kutty

Secretary General.