BSNLEU conveys best wishes and warm greetings to all, on the occasion of Eid ul-Fitr. Let the festival bring peace and prosperity to all.
1) BSNLEU, Central District - Rs.10,000/-
2) Com.Sukanti Mukherjee, DS, CNTL. - Rs.5,000/-
3) Com.Debasis Dey, Circle Treasure - Rs.5,000/-
4) Com.Sharmila Datta, DS, LD - Rs.5,000/-
5) Com.Swapan Bharati, DS, PLG - Rs.5,000/-
6) Com.Sisir Kumar Roy, CS - Rs.5,000/-
7) Com.Sankar Kesar Nepal, Org.Secy - Rs.2,000/-
8) Com.Jayanta Ghosh, ACS - Rs.2,000/-
9) Com.Subrata Paul, DS, BDN - Rs.2,000/-
10) Com.Jayanta Mukherjee, Org.Secy - Rs.1,000/-
11) Com.Ramsundar Basu, ACS - Rs.2,000/-
12) Com.Nirmalya Ganguly, DS, JDP, Rs.2,000/-
13) Com.Sutapa Paul, DP, ALP - Rs.2,000/-
14) Com.Nirmal Paul, Ex.DS, ALP - Rs.1,000/-
15) Com.Biswajit Fouzdar, DP, JDP - Rs.2,000/-
16) Com.Dipankar Majumdar, ADS, JDP - Rs.1,000/-
10 Central Trade Unions have written to the Director General of the International Labour Organisation (ILO), at Geneva, on 25.05.2020, raising a complaint on the violation of Labour Laws in India. As we have already informed the states of Gujarat, Madhya Pradesh, Uttar Pradesh, Himachal Pradesh, Haryana, Rajasthan, Punjab, Uttarakhand, Maharashtra, Odisha, Bihar and Assam have already increased the working hours beyond 8 hours a day. Further, many states like Madhya Pradesh, Haryana, Uttarakhand, etc., have suspended various labour laws. All these steps are being taken, to help the employers, especially the corporates, to enable them to come out of the financial crisis created due to the COVID-19. The workers are being converted into slaves in all the above mentioned states, for the benefit of the employers and corporates. All these are being done at behest of the Narendra Modi led Central Government. Hence, the Central Trade Unions have sought the intervention of the ILO, to ensure that the labour laws, up held by the ILO, are not trampled in India. These Central Trade Unions are as follows:-
INTUC, AITUC, HMS, CITU, AIUTUC, TUCT, SEWA, AICCTU, LPF and UTUC.
The ILO (International Labour Organisation) has appealed to the Prime Minister of India to intervene in the violations of Labour Laws in the country. In the letter addressed on 22nd May, 2020, to the 10 Central Trade Unions of India, the ILO has informed that, the Prime Minister of India has been appealed to send a clear message to the central and state governments, regarding the violation of Labour Laws. In it’s letter, the ILO has requested the Prime Minister, to up hold India’s international commitments. This letter has been written by Mr. Karen Curtis, Chief of the Freedom of Association Branch of the ILO, on behalf of the Director General of the ILO.
1) Com.Tarun kunar Nayak Br. Secy, Udala – Rs.5,000/-
2) Com. Ramachandra, Hembram Branch president, Udala - Rs.5,000/-
3) Com. Paramananda Mohanta, Udala - Rs.5,000/-
4) Com. Narayan Ch Jena, Circle Org. Secy . – Rs.3,000/-
5) Com. R N Sahoo, DS, Dhenkanal – Rs.2,000/-
6) Com. S R Samal, DS, Keonjhar - Rs.1,000/-
7) Com. Abhi Swain, Dist President, Keonjhar - Rs. 1,000/-
8) Com. Kailash ch Biswal, Dist Treasurer, Keonjhar – Rs.1,000/-
9) Com.Tarun Kunar Nayak, Branch Secretary, Udala – Rs.5,000/-
10) Com. Sarat Mohanty, DS, Bhubaneswar - Rs.2,000/-
11) Com. Panchnan Mohanty, DS, ETP – Rs.1,100/-
His world record for most goals, scored by an individual in the men’s hockey final of the Olympics, still remains unbeaten.
Three-time Olympic gold medal-winning hockey legend Balbir Singh Sr. has passed away. The 95 year old iconic hockey player breathed his last on 25th May, 2020. Under his stewardship, India won gold medal in men’s hockey in three Olympic Games. The greatness of Balbir Singh Sr. could be measured from the fact that, his world record for most goals scored by an individual in men’s hockey final of the Olympics, still remains unbeaten. BSNLEU pays it’s respectful homage to the great Hockey Icon.
[Source: The Hindu dated May 25, 2020]
1) Com. Shivjee Ray, C/S , NE-I, Shillong - Rs.1,000/-
2) Com. Biswajeet Singh, Circle Treasure, Shillong - Rs.1,000/-
3) Com. Biswanath Ray, ACS ,Shillong - Rs.1,000/-
4) Com. M. V. Makhiew, D/S CGMT Office, Shillong - Rs.1,000/-
5) Com. Indresh Marbaniang, Dist. Org. Secy. Meghalaya - Rs.1,000/-
6) Com. N. B. Gurung, B/S, lnternel Branch, Shillong - Rs.1,000/-
7) Com. B. R. Dasgupta, Br. Secy. ETR Br. Shillong - Rs.1,000/-
8) Com. Subrata Kr. Deb. Retd. TT, Shillong - Rs.1,000/-
9) Com. Kula Ch. Singha, Retd. TT, Shillong - Rs.1,000/-.
Human Chain, by maintaining physical distancing, is being organised throughout the country on 30.05.2020, to mark CITU's 50th Foundation Day. CITU continues to champion the cause of the Indian working masses, by strengthening the working class unity and spearheading militant struggles. While conveying it's revolutionary greetings to CITU on this occasion, the CHQ of BSNLEU calls upon our comrades to actively participate in this Human Chain, by wearing masks and maintaining social distancing.
1. Com. E V L Narayana DS Nizamabad - Rs.5,000/-
2) Com. K.Yadaiah Circle President, Hyderabad - Rs.2,000/-
3) Com. M.Susheelkumar, DS HTD, Rs.2,000/-
4) Com. B.Babu Rao, Bhonagiri, Nalgonda - Rs.2,000/-
5) Com. B. Ramu DS Adilabad - Rs.2,000/-
6) Com. V. V.Nageswara Rao JE Khammam - Rs.1,000/-
The BJP led Karnataka government has increased the daily working hours from 8 hours to 10 hours and weekly working hours from 48 hours to 60 hours. The Karnataka government has taken this decision to increase the working hours beyond 8 hours, even while nationwide protests are taking place against this move. The Federation of Karnataka Chambers of Commerce and Industry (FKCCI), has welcomed this decision and has stated that, the increase in working hours will improve productivity and revenue. BSNLEU severely condemns this retrograde step of the Karnataka government and demands it's immediate withdrawal.
1) Com. Sujit Ganguly, ADS, CNTL - Rs. 5000.00
2) Com. Supriya Datta, Ex. VP, NTH - Rs. 5000.00
3) Com. Subrata Ghosh DS NTH - Rs. 5000.00
4) Com. Anjana Mitra, VP JDP - Rs. 4000.00
5) Com. Joydeb Adhikari, ADS,JDP - Rs.2000.00
6) Com. Samit Das Choudhary, ADS JDP - Rs. 1000.00
7) Com. Swati Das, Rtd JDP - Rs. 2000.00
8) Com. Subrata Mondal, ALP - Rs. 1000.00
9) Com. Rahul Pandit, ALP - Rs. 1000.00
10) Com. Asit Bose, Org. Secy - Rs. 1000.00
11) Com. Israfil Shaikh, VP - Rs. 2000.00
12) Com. Shambhunath Malakar, Org. Secy. - Rs. 1000.00
13) Com. Amulya Halder, VP JDP - Rs. 2000.00
14) Com. Kajal Roy, Org Secy JDP - Rs. 2000.00
15) Com. Subrata Mitra, VP, JDP - Rs.1000.00
16) Com. Subhasis Saha, Org Secy JDP - Rs. 2000.00
17) Com. Dilip Bhattacharjee, ADS JDP - Rs 1500.00
18) Com. Tapan Patra, VP, JDP - Rs. 2000.00
19) Com. Pijush Kanti Das Org Secy - Rs. 2000.00
20) Com. Biplab Biswas, ADS NTH - Rs. 2000.00
21) Com. Debraj Ghosh ADS NTH - Rs. 1000.00
22) Com. Sk Sahajada Treasure, NTH - Rs. 1000.00
23) Com. Ajit Das, Org Secy NTH - Rs. 1000.00
24) Com. Sankar Kesar Nepal, Org. Secy - Rs. 2000.00
25) Com. Jayanta Ghosh, ACS - Rs. 2000.00
26) Com. Subrata Paul, DS, BDN - Rs. 2000.00
27) Com. Jayanta Mukherjee, Org. Secy - Rs. 1000.00
28) Com. Ramsundar Basu, ACS - Rs. 2000.00
29) Com. Nirmalya Ganguly, DS, JDP - Rs. 2000.00
30) Com. Sutapa Paul, DP, ALP - Rs. 2000.00
31) Com. Nirmal Paul, Ex. DS, ALP - Rs. 1000.00
32) Com. Biswajit Fouzdar, DP, JDP - Rs. 2000.00
33) Com. Dipankar Majumdar, ADS, JDP - Rs. 1000.00
With the view to mitigate the sufferings of the contract workers during the lock-down period, the CHQ of BSNLEU gave call for raising a “Contract Workers Relief Fund. So far, 20 circle unions have collected Rs.65,62,402/-. These donations have been collected from the employees, retirees, Executives and other well-wishers. Apart from this, the SNEA, Karnataka circle union, has collected Rs.7.5 lakh. Despite the restrictions imposed in movements during this lock-down period, a major part of the donations collected have already been distributed to the contract workers as relief, in the form of food materials. The AIIEA and CITU also have distributed relief in certain parts of Tamil Nadu and Karnataka circles. The CHQ of BSNLEU salutes all the 20 circle unions, their leaders and the district unions for collecting this huge amount at a very tough time and also for making arrangements to successfully distribute the relief materials. The CHQ also expresses gratitude from the depth of it's heart, to all the employees, retirees, Executives and well wishers, who have generously donated for the Contract Workers Relief Fund. The details of circle wise donations collected are given in the list attached.
1.Com. Ravi. TT, BP, BGTD – Rs.2,000/-.
2. Com. Jagannathan A. LD . RTD BGTD - Rs.1,000/-
3. Com. G. Sandeep. TT BGTD - Rs.3,000/-
4. Com. Shobha Lakshman OS, BGTD - Rs.5,000/-.
5. Com. Sharavathi Hegde OST - BGTD. - Rs.3,000/-.
6. Com. Ramanjinappa TT BGTD - Rs.1,000/-.
7. Com. Chitrkala OS Udupi Rs. 2,000/-
8.Com. Ravi. TT BP BGTD Rs.2,000/-.
9. Com. Jagannathan A. LD . RTD BGTD - Rs.1,000/-
10. Com. G. Sandeep. TT BGTD - Rs.3,000/-
11. Com. Shobha Lakshman OS BGTD - Rs. 5,000/-
12. Com. Sharavathi Hegde OST BGTD. - Rs. 3,000/-
13. Com. Ramanjinappa TT BGTD – Rs. 2,000/-
14. Com. Chitrkala, OS, Udupi - Rs.2,000/-.
15. Com. M. Manchaiah DS BGTD - Rs.5,000/-
16. Com. Ramanjinappa CWC member - Rs .2,000/-
17. Com. Govardhan Gupta BP YNK - Rs.1,000/.
18. Com. Dinesh AOS YNK. - Rs. 1,000/-
19. Com. Revathi Rajesh OS Mangalore TD - Rs.2,555/-
20. Com. Vandana Habbu OS BGTD - Rs.3,000/-
Circle Secretary, BSNLEU, Karnataka circle, has informed that, so far around 2,000 contract workers of that circle have been benefitted out of the relief fund collected and distributed by BSNLEU and SNEA. BSNLEU collected Rs.7,11,488 (including the contribution of the AIBDPA) and SNEA collected Rs.7,33,812. Distribution of food materials to the contract workers has been jointly carried out by both the organisations.
(1) Com. Omkar Bhomick, D.S, Bongaigaon - Rs.2,000/-
(2) Com. Sushil Roy, V. - Rs.1,000/-
(3) Com. Dilip Saikia, Org. Secy. - Rs. 1,000/-
(4) Com. Anil Rajbongshi, Org. Secy. - Rs.500/-