ALL INDIA POSTAL CASUAL, PART TIME CONTINGENT AND CONTRACT WORKERS FEDERATION
Central Head Quarters, NEW DELHI
No. aipcpccwf/dharna/16 Dt. 27-2-2016
All office bearers CHQ/CIRCLE SECRETARIES
As per the decision in our AIC MASS DHARNA was conducted successfully at JANTAR MANTAR, NEW DELHI on 9th Feb 2016 with the solidarity and support of NFPE & NFPE affiliated unions. Nearly 100 members from all over India attended the DHARNA particularly large number from MAHARASTRA CIRCLE. DHARNA was addressed by all General Secretaries, Secretary General, NFPE. Com. M. KRISNAN, Secretary General Confederation and our President participated in the DHARNA.
After the DHARNA a delegation with com. R.N. PARASAR, SG NFPE met member [P] and submitted Memorandum. He assured to examine the issues positively.
As per our AIC decision it was decided to hold MASS DHARNA IN FRONT OF ALL CPMG OFFICES ON 22-3-2016. As such we appeal to all Circle Secretaries of NFPE unions to organize the programme by taking initiative to mobilize casual labour in large number by issuing notice by Circle co-ordination committee.
Without the support and solidarity it will not be possible to organize the programme on their own by casual labour.
As such we request all the Circle Secretaries of NFPE to organize the programme. All General Secretaries are requested to advise circle unions to make the programme success.
CENTRAL TRADE UNIONS DECIDE TO CONTINUE ACTION AGAINST CENTRAL AND STATE GOVTS. ANTI-LABOUR POLICIES
New Delhi: All the Central Trade Unions met on 27th January 2016 and resolved to continue their protest action against the anti labour policies of the Central and some State Govts. Central Trade Unions decided to observe 10th March, 2016 as All India Protest Day against Govt. indifference to the 12 point charter of demands and its unwillingness to restart discussions for working out concrete steps for resolution of the issues.
The Central Trade Unions reviewed the drastically deteriorating conditions of work and life of the working people and govt. going ahead with labour law amendments, disinvestment of PSUs and allowing FDI in strategic sectors. The Govt., it appears, does not want to wait for legislating these anti worker labour law amendments, it is taking away rights of workers by way of executive orders and directing state govts to carry out such pro-management amendments. The trade unions condemned one such directive issued by the Secretary, Ministry of Labour and Employment, Govt. of India on this 12th January granting exemption to so called start up enterprises from inspection and application of 9 major labor law legislations, thereby legitimizing the violations.
The Central Trade Unions took note of and extend solidarity to the sectoral struggles of workers/employees in Banks, Defence, Coal, Port and Docks and Telecommunications sectors, the anganwadi workers on their respective demands and also the Central Govt. employees including Railways resolve to launch action against retrograde recommendations of 7th Central Pay Commission. They also expressed their serious concern over extremely harsh punishment of “double life imprisonment” given by the Court to eight workers of Pricol Ltd., Coimbatore and appealed to all workers to extend help and solidarity.
The Central Trade Unions also decided to organize massive National Convention of Workers in Talkatora Stadium, New Delhi in the last week of March, 2016 to decide about the next course of united action programme.
Fight against anti labour policies will continue. The Central Trade Unions directed its constituents to prepare jointly for protest action on 10th March, 2016. They also appealed to independent employees/workers/unions and federations to participate in the protest action against the offensive of the Govt. against workers and common people.