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06 Aug, 2022 9:06p.m.

One-day strike strike by postal employees on August 10 | Charter of Demands

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On August 10, a one-day strike will occur over India, and around 500,000 postal workers have been asked to participate. This represents the entirety of India Post's workforce.

The Postal Joint Council of Action (PJCA), which is a gathering of federations that collectively represent the country's postal employees, including the Gramin Dak Sevaks (GDS), has issued the demand for a strike.

According to the leaders of the federation, several correspondences outlining the concerns of postal workers over recent policy decisions made by the Central government have fallen on deaf ears despite the fact that these issues have been voiced over a period of many months from their end. The officials of the Union Ministry of Communications Department of Posts (DoP), which is responsible for the operation of the ongoing services, would not budge when these issues were brought up in a meeting on Friday. The DoP is the department that oversees the operation of the ongoing services.

Janardan Mazumdar, the secretary general of the National Federation of Postal Employees (NFPE), provided an interview with NewsClick on Friday evening and stated that "the discussions were not positive." The National Federation of Postal Employees (NFPE) is a member of the Joint Council, which also includes the Federation of National Postal Organizations (FNPO).

Mazumdar continued by saying that the Central government is dead set on implementing the decisions it has made on the policy.

According to what he had to say, "the personnel of the [postal] service would also not back down in declaring their disagreement to the decisions made by the government." "We have begun our strike."

The Centre of Indian Trade Unions (CITU) has extended support to postal employees’ countrywide strike on August 10 against corporisation/privatisation.

CHARTER OF DEMANDS of Postal Union are as follows:

  1. Stop corporatization move in Postal Department in the name of Dak Mitra Scheme, Common Service Centre. Stop migration of POSB into IPPB Ltd.
  2. Withdraw RTN, Stop abolishing RMS sections and resume all transit sections of RMS. Strengthen L-2 offices. Withdraw recent order dated 30.06.2022 were in the merger of CRC with ICH & NSH in a single Hub had been instructed.
  3. Stop Nodal Delivery Centres for Delivery of Parcels and Central Delivery Centres delivery of Speed Post Letters.
  4. Stop downsizing and decentralisation Postal Accounts
  5. Scrap New Pension Scheme and restore the Old Pension Scheme. Grant compensation for no deposit or delayed deposit of contribution under NPS.
  6. Withdraw orders of putting restriction for holding two terms in union and implementation of Rule 15(i)(c) of CCS (Conduct) Rules — 1964. Stop the attack on unions.
  7. Ensure consistent and fast NSP-1connectivityto all offices, supported by adequate NSP-2 backup. 
  8. Enhance the capacity of the Finacle server. Ensure convenient availability of SAP and Employees.
  9. Grant status and social security to GDS. Immediate membership verification of GDS.
  10. Implement all pending economic (particularly with reference to the Kamalesh Chandra Committee Report) and organisational issues of GDS. Drop recent Directorate OM No. 17-31/2016-GDS dated 11.02.2022 practically banning the engagement of GDS substitutes.
  11. Fill up all vacant posts in all cadres including HSG-II/HSG-I posts by relaxing the norms. Allow HSG-| RMS officials to take part in PSS Group ‘B’ and AAO Exam. Fill up vacant posts of Canteen Staff. Recruitment should be made by the Department of Post instead of SSC. Grant of Special Allowance to PO & RMS Accountants.
  12. Implementation of Cadre restructuring committee Report of All Wings. Inclusion of civil wing staff in the Postal Departmental Exams. Implementation of Revamping of Postal Civil wings. Implement further Cadre Restructuring in Group ‘C’ Cadre.
  13. Stop attacks on trade unions and trade union victimization.
  14. Grant compensation Rs. Ten Lakh to the family of the deceased employee due to Covid. Grant of Compulsory Compassionate appointment to one ward of the deceased employee due to Covid-19.
  15. Maintain separate Identity of all Cadres i.e. PA CO/PA SBCO etc.
  16. Stop harassment of officials in the name of unscientific business targets, login, Maha login days for IPPB Ltd. and other business-related works and compel the officials to work on Sundays and Holidays for melas etc.
  17. Conduct physical meetings of all types regularly at all levels.
  18. Stop harassment of SBCO officials in the name of contributory negligence factor. SBCO should be brought under the control of DA(P) / GM(Finance) with a change in nomenclature.
  19. Conduct Departmental Exams of Postal Accounts at the earliest. Grant SCF quota to Sr. Accountant for promotion in AAO Cadre. Allow Postal Accounts officials in PSS Group ‘B’ Exam.
  20. Payment of DA/DR arrears for the 18th month withholding period and grant notional benefit for pensionary payments for the officials who retired during this period.
  21. Regularization of all Casual/DRM and timely payment of salary. Absorb Part-time, Full-time Casual labourers against MTS and GDS vacancies.
  22. Five Days a week in Postal, RMS & MMS offices.
  23. 50% Quota in PA/SA LGO Examination to the Postman/Mail Guard/MTS and GDS.



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