Friday, September 7, 2018

Circular 21-2018


15/1089-90, VASUNDHARA, VASUNDHARA (P.O.), Dt. GHAZIABAD (U.P), PIN-201012
Reference: AIA/Circular-21/2018                                                       Dated:  5th September 2018

To
Unit Secretaries,
Members & Spl. Invitees – NE &
Members of Women’s Committee


Dear Comrades,
CWC MEET DECIDE TO INTENSIFY STRUGGLE
                                                FOR:
   * TRADE UNION RIGHTS
·         5 PROMOTIONS
·         PROMOTION OF DEO AS AUDITOR/ACCOUNTANT
·         PROMOTION OF SA AS AAO
·         REGULARISATION OF CONTRACT/CASUAL WORKERS
                                                AGAINST:
·         NPS
·         DENIAL OF FUNCTIONAL FACILITIES TO ASSOCIATIONS

The Central Working Committee meeting held on 4th and 5th September 2018 at New Delhi, presided over by Com. Tapas Bose, President, was attended by 33 units represented by 94 delegates & observers in addition to 3 special invitees. 24 delegates participated in the discussion on the note submitted by the Secretary General.

Senior Leaders Coms. Subhash Pandey, Nageswara Rao and KL Gautam addressed the house. Each one of them exhorted the delegates and observers on the need to strengthen the organisation at grass root level and thus the headquarters – organizationally and financially. The discussions were summed up by the Secretary General.

It was decided to build up a movement on Trade Union Rights, 5 promotions from entry level, Promotion of DEO as Auditor/Accountant, promotion of Sr Auditor/Accountant as AAO, Regularisation of casual/contract workers (including those employed with departmental canteen).

It was further decided to strengthen the struggle against NPS demanding restoration of the defined benefit scheme (i.e. old pension system) and attempts by the administration to curtail the functional facilities of the Association.

The CWC meeting decided to organise the following programmes in pursuance of the above demands:

1.      Adoption of Charter of Demands by holding lunch hour meeting – 25th October 2018
2.      One Day Dharna by the Executive Committee at every station/Unit – 28th November 2018
3.      Mass Dharna in every Station/Unit
4.      Dharna before CAG office

The date(s) for 3 & 4 would be decided later.

The CWC adopted following resolutions:      
1.      On Kerala flood relief
2.      On cadre restructuring
3.      On participation in the one day strike on 15 November 2018
4.      On Delay in recognition of Associations and denial of functional facilities
5.      Demanding suspension of Shifting of AP office to Amaravathi till April            2022
6.      On continued attacks on the employees’ co-operative societies in       various offices
7.      Demanding recruitment of local people
8.      On grant of permission to contest elections to employees cooperative            societies
9.      Demanding regularisation of casual and contract workers including   contract workers in the departmental canteen
10.  Demanding withdrawal of NPS and restoration of old pension scheme
11.  Against downsizing of audit offices
12.  On additional work to P&T Audit office, Nagpur

The CWC in a separate resolution urged upon the CAG administration to extend the check off system under CCS (RSA) Rules, 1993 to Federation.

Every delegate attending the CWC recorded their deep appreciation of Civil Audit Association, Delhi for the magnificent arrangements and warm hospitality. Com. Tapas Bose, on behalf of the National Executive Committee, thanked the leaders and activists of Civil Audit Association, Delhi for their humongous effort in hoisting the CWC meet.

With greetings,
Yours fraternally
 Sd/-
M. S. Raja
Secretary General