Com. P. Abhimanyu, GS and com. M.K. Dave, AGS, met shri A.M. Gupta, GM (SR) and discussed the following issues.
Extension of Rs.429/- mobile plan to the Non-Executives.
In the National Council meeting held on 13.11.2017, the Secretary, Staff Side, demanded that the mobile plan Rs.429/-, with 3 months validity, should be extended to the Non-Executives, who are presently provided with Rs.200/- SIM. The Chairperson of the National Council accepted this demand. However, the same is yet to be implemented. The GM (SR) assured to do the needful.<>
Inordinate delay in the formation of the Standing Committee of the National Council.
The Standing Committee of the National Council, which is supposed to monitor the implementation of the decisions taken in the National Council, is yet to be reconstituted. The Union representatives urged upon the GM (SR) for early reconstitution of the Standing Committee. The GM (SR) assured that the Standing Committee would be reconstituted immediately.
Inordinate delay in the formation of the Joint Committee on PLI.
In the meeting between the Director (HR) and the Recognised Unions, held on 16.10.2017, it was agreed to form a Joint Committee, to decide about the quantum to be paid. However, so far this Joint Committee is not formed. The Union representatives urged upon the GM (SR) to ensure formation of the Joint Committee without further delay. The GM (SR) assured to do the needful.
Allotment of funds for payment of wages of contract workers in Tamil Nadu circle.
Com. P. Abhimanyu, GS and com. M.K. Dave, AGS, met shri Y.N. Singh, GM (BFCI), and pointed out that funds are so far not allotted for payment of wages of contract workers in Tamil Nadu circle. The GM (BFCI) assured that the funds would be released shortly.
Leaders of BSNL unions and associations, submitted memorandum to Hon’ble MPs, shri M.B. Rajesh and shri P.K. Biju.
It is already informed through our website that the CITU has constructed a trade union school at Saket, New Delhi, named after one of the most outstanding trade union leaders of our country, com. P.Ramamurti, who was also the first general secretary of the CITU. The inauguration of this "P.Ramamurti Bhawan" took place today. Com.K.Hemalata, President,CITU, presided over the function. Inauguration of com.P.Ramamurti Bhawan was done by com. Sitaram Yechury. Com.A.K.Padamanabhan, vice-president, CITU unveiled the statue of com.P.Ramamurti. This was followed by a workers' meeting, which was addressed by com.Sitaram Yechuri, com.A.K.Padmanabhan, com.Tapan Sen and many other leaders. Com.Swapan Chakraborty, Dy. GS, com.Ramesh Chand, Organising Secretary(CHQ) and com.T.A.Biju, CHQ Office Secretary, participated in this function.
We have conducted a glorious strike. At the same time, we have to assess the exact impact of the strike, strength and weaknesses. Hence, all circle secretaries are requested to immediately send the following particulars, through this Whatsapp Group.
The above details may be collected immediately from the district secretaries, and sent to the CHQ by tomorrow evening. Circle secretaries are requested treat this as an urgent work.
Leaders of BSNL unions and associations, submitted memorandum to Hon’ble MP, shri S. Gurjit Singh Aujla, Amritsar.
The call given by the "All Unions and Associations of BSNL" for submission of memorandum to the MPs, has been well responded by our comrades. It is very encouraging to note that our comrades have shown keen interest in meeting the MPs and also explaining about the wage revision and Subsidiary Tower Company issues. Explaining these issues to the elected representatives of the people, will have a big impact in the settlement of the issues. CHQ salutes all the comrades who have completed this task. At the same time, submission of memorandum to the entire MPs, is our target. Hence, CHQ calls upon the comrades to expeditiously submit the memorandum to the left out MPs also.
Leaders of BSNL unions and associations, submitted memorandum to Hon’ble MP, shri Anandrao Adsul, Amravati.
Leaders of BSNL unions and associations, submitted memorandum to Hon’ble MP, shri Kamlesh Paswan, Gorakhpur.
Leaders of BSNL unions and associations, submitted memorandum to Hon’ble MP, shri Anshul Verma, Hardoi.
Leaders of BSNL unions and associations, submitted memorandum to Hon’ble MP, smt.Priyanka Singh Rawat, Barabanki.
Leaders of BSNL unions and associations, submitted memorandum to Hon’ble MP, shri Rahul Shevale, TF, Mumbai.
All India State Government Employees Federation organised a condolence meeting at Delhi on 12.12.2017 to pay respectful homage to com Sukomal Sen in Delhi Parsi Anjuman Hall. The meeting was presided over by com.Subhash Lamba, AGS, AISGEF. At the beginning a resolution proposed by com Srikumar, SG, AISGEF. There after com.A.K.Padmanabhan, Vice-President, CITU, recollected the memories with com.Sukomal Sen followed by com.K.K.N.Kutty, Confederation of Central Government Employees, com. Swapan Chakraborty, Dy.GS, BSNLEU, com.Giriraj Singh, President,NFPE, com.R.N.Parasar, SG,NFPE and other leaders from AISGEF from different states. The condolence resolution adopted with a strong determination that all unions of state, central and PSUs will carry the messages of com.Sukomal Sen to protect the interests of the working class of the country.
Leaders of BSNL unions and associations, submitted memorandum to Hon’ble MP, Ms. Poonamben Maadam, Jamnagar.
Leaders of BSNL unions and associations, submitted memorandum to Hon’ble MP, shri Ravneet Singh Bittu, Ludhiana.
A meeting of the All Unions and Associations of BSNL was held at New Delhi today. Leaders of BSNLEU, NFTE, SNEA, AIBSNLEA, FNTO, BTEU, AIGETOA, SEWA BSNL, BSNL MS BSNL OA and BSNL ATM were present in the meeting. The meeting hailed the unprecedented success of the two day strike, and heartily congratulated the entire Non-Executives and Executives of BSNL, for whole heartedly joining the strike. It expressed it's gratitude to the leaders at various levels, for successfully organising the strike. The meeting also condemned the BSNL Management and the DoT, for not even inviting the leaders for talks. Strong resolve was expressed by all the leaders for further intensifying the struggle. Various proposals were given regarding the next course of action, and also for further mobilisation. It was decided to take a final decision in the next meeting to be held on 08-01-2018.
The strike, called on by the All Unions and Associations of BSNL was a historic success on the first day, i.e., yesterday. It was total, from Kashmir to Kanyakumari. The attempts made by the BSNL Management to break the strike, by creating confusions, got a befitting reply from the employees, who brought BSNL to a grinding halt. Today, the strike is taking place more vigorously. The employees have expressed their determination to get the demands settled.
Leaders of BSNL unions and associations, submitted memorandum to Hon’ble MP, shri Sanjaykaka Patil, Sangli.
The historic two day strike called on by “All Unions and Associations of BSNL” successfully started at 00:00 hrs. today. As per the reports received by the CHQ, the strike is total, from Kashmir to Kanyakumari. The Non-Executives and Executives of BSNL have joined en masse in this strike. All the 13 unions and associations, which have served the strike notice, are firmly in the strike. However, it is learnt that some “letter pad unions” have given letter to the Management, stating that they were not joining the strike. CHQ calls upon the circle and district unions to maintain close coordination with all the striking unions and associations, to make the strike a historic success.