REPORT OF 31ST AIC OF AIPEU GROUP ‘C’ HELD AT BANGALORE (KARNATAKA) FROM 06.08.2017 TO 09.08.2017
The 31st AIC of AIPEU Group ‘C’ was held at Freedom Park, Bangalore (Karnataka) from 06.08.2017 to 09.08.2017. The programme commenced with flag hoisting on 06.08.2017 from 10:00 AM National flag was hoisted by Com. M. Krishnan, Secretary General, and Confederation. NFPE flag was hoisted by Com. K. Ragavendran, Ex-Secretary General, NFPE & General Secretary AIPRPA. AIPEU Group ‘C’ flag was hoisted by Com. J. Ramamurthy, All India President of P3 CHQ.
After that floral tributes were paid to the Martyrs by all leaders, delegates and visitors.
The inaugural open session was conducted from 10:30 AM on 06.08.2017. The open session was Presided over by Com. J. Ramamurthy, All India President of Union. The programme commenced with state song of Karnataka performed by a group of Children artists and enlightening the lamp.
The Chairman ReceptionCommittee Sri. P. Sreedhar Reddy, Chairman, PSR Group of companies presented a key note address for welcoming of all leaders ,guests ,delegates and visitors. Com. G. Janakiram, General Secretary, Reception Committee also welcomed the Guests, leaders, delegates and visitors.
Reception Committee honoured all the Chief Guests and Guests of honour by garlanding and by presenting shawls and mementos which include Com. Tapan Sen, MP (Rajya Sabha), General Secretary, CITU, Sri. A. N. Nanda, Secretary, Department of Posts, Sri. M. Krishnappa, Minister for Housing, Govt. of Karnataka, Sri. Charls Lobo, Chief PMG Karnataka, Coms. K. K. N. Kutty, President, Confederation, M. Krishnan, Secretary General Confederation, R. N. Parashar, Secretary General, NFPE & General Secretary, AIPEU Group ‘C’, Giriraj Singh, President NFPE & General Secretary, R3, J. Ramamurty, President AIPEU Group ‘C’, C. C. Pillai, Ex-Secretary General, NFPE, K. Ragavendran, Ex-Secretary General, NFPE, K. V. Sridharan, Ex-General Secretary, P3, V. A. N. Namboodiri, Ex-President, BSNL Employees Union, R. Seethalakshmi, Ex-General Secretary, P4, Vikram Shah, General Secretary, P4, P. Suresh, General Secretary, R4. S. B. Yadav, General Secretary, Postal Accounts, Virendra Tiwari, General Secretary, SBCO Assn. P. Pandurangarao, General Secretary, AIPEU-GDS, P. Mohan General Secretary, Casual Labourers union.
The inaugural/open session was inaugurated by Com. Tapan Sen, M. P. (Rajaya Sabha), General Secretary, CITU. In his inaugural speech Com. Tapan Sen, elaborately described the impact of neo-liberal economic policies being pursued by the Govt. of India on working class and he stressed the need of united trade union struggles to resist the attacks in the form of outsourcing, Contractorisation/Privatisation and amendment in labour laws and withdrawal of social security, pension and welfare schemes. He stated that this Govt. is looking after the interests of corporates and capitalists and not concerned about farmers, workers and common man of this country. He appealed to entire working class to launch serious agitational programs to resist the anti-common people move of this Govt.
Shri. A. N. Nanda, Secretary, Department of Posts was also present as a Chief Guest. He graced the AIC and extended his best wishes for success of AIC as Chief Guest. He elaborately described the changes taking place in the department after introduction of technology and new premium services and it’s impact. He stressed the need of working together by the employees and administration for the development of the Department.
Com. M. Krishnan, Secretary General Confederation elaborately spoken on the issues related to 7th CPC and problems of C. G. Employees and Postal Employees.
Com. K. K. N. Kutty, President, Confederation also stated about the position of Govt. and NC (JCM) on the 7thCPC related issues and other demands of C. G. Employees.
Com. R. N. Parashar, Secretary General, NFPE stated the problems prevailing in Postal Department and justified the call of one day strike on 23rd August 2017 and clarified the Charter of demands. He appealed to all to make one day strike a grand success.
Other above mentioned leaders and General Secretaries also addressed the open session and graced the AIC.
In the Afternoon Women Convention was conducted in which large number of Women employees from Karnataka participated and all women committee members of All India Union also participated.
In evening a very good cultural programme was organized by the artists of Bangalore.
The house was constituted informally and Agenda was approved. Delegates session was started in the night of 06.08.2017 from 10 PM to 12 PM in which Biennial Report was presented by General Secretary. On dated 07.08.2017 Delegate session commenced from 10 AM and all the Circle Secretaries, presented their report on behalf of their respective circle. After that about 100 delegates took part in deliberation and it was adjourned in the night and again it was resumed on 08.08.2017. All CHQ office bearers and Mahila Committee members presented their views.
The following resolution Committees were formed with the appointment of conveners mentioned against each.
|1.||System Administrators||Com. S. S. Palav, Circle Secretary, Maharashtra|
|2.||Postmaster Cadre||Com. L. P. Saikia, President, Assam|
|3.||PO & RMS Accounts||Com. B. Samal, Circle Secretary, Odisha|
|4.||Cadre Restructuring||Com. B. Samal, Circle Secretary, Odisha|
|5.||New Pension Scheme||Com. Janardan Majumdar, Dy. General Secretary|
|6.||Task Force Committee Report||Com. P. K. Muralidharan, Circle Secretary, Kerala|
|7.||R. T. P. Issues||Com. U. K. Tiwari, Organising General Secretary|
|8.||Women Employees Issues||Com. Nanda Sen, Vice President
&Com. Geeta Bhattacharjee, Mahila Committee Member
|9.||CBS/CIS/CSI & other Computer related issues||Com. T. P. Abdul Rahiman, AGS & Com. Shalini Bhardwaj, Mahila Committee, Member|
|10.||Shortage of Staff and Recruitment||Com. Jagdish Dhiman, Circle Secretary, Punjab&
Com. S. S. Palav, Circle Secretary, Maharashtra
|11.||C. G. Employees demands||Com. S. Raghupathy, AGS|
|12.||Contributory Negligence||Com. A. Veeramani, AGS|
|13.||Sportsman’s problems||Com. Prabht Ranjan, Circle Secretary, Jharkhand|
|14.||Pension related issues||Com. Venkateshwaralu, Circle Secretary, Andhra Pradesh, Com. SSRA Prasad Dep. C/S Telengana|
|15.||Trade Union Victimization and grant of Trade union facilities to BPEF||Com. S. S. Palav, Circle Secretary, Maharashtra|
|16.||MACP related issues||Com. Kuldeep Sharma, Circle Secretary, Jammu & Kashmir & Com. H.S. Guleria Circle Secretary HP Circle|
|17.||Special issues related to North East Region||Com. Ramani Bhattachajee, Circle Secretary, North East &
Com. Mausami Majumdar, Circle Secretary, Assam
|18.||7th CPC Anomalies||Com. S. A. R. Mazgaonkar, Working President &
Com. S. S. Palav, Circle Secretary, Maharashtra
|19.||Filling of Vacant Posts & Shortage of Staff||Com. R. K. Chaubey, Circle Secretary, Madhya Pradesh
Com. V. B. Pachauri, Deputised, Circle Secretary, Uttar Pradesh
|20.||IPPB||Com. Anneswa Viswas, Circle Secretary, west Bengal|
|21.||Other Premium Services||Com. H. S. Guleria, Circle Secretary, Himachal Pradesh|
The resolution on the subjects were presented and adopted by the house unanimously Policy and Programme resolution was also unanimously adopted by the house.
The credential report was also presented by Com. Janardan Majumdar Dy. General Secretary.
Biennial Report and Audited accounts report was also approved by the house.
The following constitutional amendments were also approved by the house.
Article 31 (ii) shall be added as under:
Their representative power shall be calculated as per the voting power of the earlier circle Conference. In respect of circle office bearers it will be restricted to the extent of 1/6th of the total voting strength of the divisions/branches.
Article 38 A
The monthly subscription of member shall be Rs.75/-
Article 39 Allocation (b)
Branch: 35.00 Circle – 20.00 All India: 16.00 NFPE: 4.00
Article 22 – Please Add after (ii) Last Paragraph
The adhoc committee if any formed by the Circle/All India Union for the effective functioning in the absence of elected representatives, the convenor of the respective Circle/Divisional/branch shall be admitted as delegate of the Conference.
Thereafter election of office bearers was held.
The following office bearers were elected unanimously.
|President||Com. J. Ramamurthy, APM (D), T. Nagar HPO, Chennai – 600017 (Tamilnadu)|
|Working Presidents||Com.S. A. R. Mazgaonkar,SPM, Taj Mahal PO, Mumbai - 400001 (Maharastra)
Com.G. Janakiram, Agaram PO- 560007, Bangalore (Karnataka)
|Vice Presidents||Com. Nanda Sen, PA, Siliguri HO – 734001 (West Bengal)
Com. Jagdish Dhiman,Postmaster Grade – I, Sector – 20 PO, Chandigarh - 160020 (Punjab)
|General Secretary||Com. R. N. Parashar, APM (A/Cs), Mathura HO - 281001 (Uttar Pradesh)|
|Deputy General Secretary||Com. Janardan Majumdar,PA, Princep Street PO, Kolkata – 700072 (West Bengal)|
|Assistant General Secretaries||Com.T. P. Abdul Rahiman, APM, Ottapalam HO - 679101 (Kerala)
Com. A. Veeramani,PA, Anna Road HPO,Chennai - 600002, (Tamilnadu)
Com. S. Raghupathy, PA, Park Town HPO, Chennai – 600003 (Tamilnadu)
|Financial Secretary||Com. Balwinder Singh, PRI (P), Patel Nagar P.O. New Delhi – 110008|
|Assistant Financial Secretary||Com.Naresh Gupta,Asst. Manager, Postal Store Depot(PSD) Ambala - 133001 (Haryana)|
|Organizing General Secretaries||Com. U. K. Tiwari,P.A, Patna GPO - 800001 (Bihar)
Com.Prabhat Ranjan, SPM, BCCL Koyla Nagar, Dhanbad (Jharkhand)
Com. Mausumi Mazumdar, OA, Divisional Office,Dibrugarh - 786001(Assam)
The following Women Sub Committee was also elected.
|Chairperson||Com. Geeta Bhattacharjee (Delhi)|
|Convener||Com. Shalini Bhardwaj, (Punjab)|
|Members||Com. P. Rema (Kerala)
Com. K. K. Jagadamma (Kerala)
Com. R. Manimegalai (Tamilnadu)
Com. Angel Sathyanathan (Tamilnadu)
Com. A. Balarmathi (Tamilnadu)
Com. Vandanan Pai (Maharashtra)
Com. Chaitra Gowda (Karanataka)
Com. Sarla Bai (Karnataka)
Com. Pushpeshree Devi (Talangana)
Com. Charissa Myrthong (North East)
Com. Mausami Bhattacharjee (West Bengal)
Com. Nanda Sen & Mausami Majumdar will be ex-officio member of Women Sub Committee.