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Tuesday, June 5, 2018


POSTAL JOINT COUNCIL OF ACTION
NATIONAL FEDERATION OF POSTAL EMPLOYEES

FEDERATION OF NATIONAL POSTAL ORGANISATIONS
Central Head Quarters, New Delhi – 110001

Dated: 05-06-2018
GDS STRIKE ENTERS 15TH DAY

NFPE & FNPO DECLARES FIVE DAYS RELAY (10 am to 5 pm) MASS HUNGER FAST

IN FRONT OF ALL CPMsG OFFICES ON 7th, 8th, 11th, 12th & 13th JUNE 2018

DEMANDING  IMMEDIATE  IMPLEMENTATION OF  KAMALESH CHANDRA COMMITTEE REPORT

The historic strike of three lakhs Gramin Dak Sevaks has entered 15th day. Six round of discussions held so far has failed to reach an honourable settlement due to the indifferent and negative attitude of the Govt. and Postal Board. “Call off the strike first, then we will discuss” attitude of the Central Government cannot be accepted by any Unions. The sugar-coated appeals of the Secretary, Department of Posts could not create any impact on the striking GDS. Nobody resumed duty. Percentage of the strike reached all time high on 4th June (Monday). All attempts of the Govt. and Postal Board to break the strike have miserably failed.



GDS are becoming more and more restive and anger and protest is growing day by day. The situation may go out of control of the Postal Board and Officers, as happened in Hyderabad on 04.06.2018. About 7000 GDS including 1000 ladies mobilized in front of the CPMG Office and protested for about five hours. GDS on strike are committing suicide and sudden deaths are taking place every day. In this situation, a full-fledged meeting of the Postal JCA will be held shortly and the possibility of All India solidarity strike will be explored in all seriousness.



In the meantime, the NFPE and FNPO has decided to organize five days mass relay hunger fast (10am to  5 pm) in front of all Chief PMsG Offices on 7th, 8th, 11th, 12th & 13th June 2018 demanding immediate implementation of Kamalesh Chandra Committee Report. The striking GDS Unions has already given call for indefinite relay hunger fast in front of all Divisional Offices from 6th June 2018.



As a second phase of programme Secretary General NFPE & FNPO and All India office bearers and General Secretaries of it’s affiliated unions will sit on two days relay Hunger Fast on 18th & 19th June 2018 in front of Dak Bhawan, New Delhi.



We have given a Joint letter of PJCA to Secretary, Department of Posts, informing that NFPE and FNPO will be compelled to join the strike if strike demand is not settled immediately by accepting the reasonable demands of the striking GDS Unions (Letter published separately).



NFPE and FNPO calls upon all its affiliated unions and Circle/Divisional Secretaries to make the five days relay hunger fast in front of Circle Offices a grand success by mobilizing huge participation of employees. Also extend full support and help to the indefinite relay hunger fast of striking GDS unions infront of all Divisional Offices from 6th June 2018.


D.KISHAN RAO                                                         R.N.PARASHAR
            Secretary General, FNPO                                            Secretary General, NFPE    




POSTAL JOINT COUNCIL OF ACTION
NATIONAL FEDERATION OF POSTAL EMPLOYEES
FEDERATION OF NATIONAL POSTAL ORGANISATIONS
Central Head Quarters, New Delhi – 110001
 

Ref: PJCA/GDS Strike/01/2018                                                                                Dated – 05.06.2018

To

Sri. A. N. Nanda
Secretary
Department of Posts
Dak Bhawan, New Delhi – 110001

Sir,

Sub: -  Ongoing GDS Strike.

As you are aware the strike of the GDS Unions demanding immediate implementation of positive recommendation of Kamalesh Chandra committee is continuing. All the four GDs Unions are on strike and the functioning of 1,29,500 Branch Post offices has been paralysed. In remaining departmental offices also work is badly affected.

Instead of taking a positive approach to discuss and settle the demands amicably, the stand of the Department and Govt. that “strike should be withdrawn first and then only discussion”, “no minutes or agreement” etc. cannot be accepted by trade Unions of its name. The attitude of the Govt. and Department is condemnable.

As GDS has not raised any unreasonable demand, prolonging the strike further will complicate the situation. We, the Federation, shall not remain as silent spectators, when 2.76 lakhs GDS who are an integral part and backbone of the rural Postal services are on strike for 15 days.

We hereby like to inform you that if the strike is not settled by accepting the reasonable demands of the striking GDS Unions immediately, NFPE and FNPO and all its affiliated unions will be compelled to join the strike with short notice. We have already notified the meetings of our managing bodies to take a decision in this regard.

We earnestly hope that the Secretary, Department of Posts, shall come forward to negotiate and settle the legitimate demands of the striking GDS Unions forthwith, before the situation goes from bad to worse.

Yours faithfully,


                        D. Kishan Rao                                                              R. N. Parashar
                        Secretary General, FNPO                                            Secretary General, NFPE       
   

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