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Biggest Trade Union and Federations of Central Government Employees are demanding to the Government to implement immediately...

One of the Federation for Ordnance Employees is demands as follows...

Demands tabled by All India Defence Employees Federation

Charter of Demands
1.No corporatization of ordnance factories as recommended by the 6th CPC, no grant of RUR to private industries, no outsourcing of Defence jobs to private section and no RDI in Defence sector.

2.No abolition of group "D" Post and no outsourcing of jobs to contractors.

3.To fix the minimum wages as per the 15th ILC norms.

4.To revise the fitment formula as suggested by the staff side to ensure a minimum wages increase of 40% to all categories of employees.

5.Revise the Pay Scale of Master Craftsman to Rs.9300 - 34800 + Rs.4200 Grade Pay and revise the cadre structure of Industrial Workers (Workshop Staff)

6.Anomaly in the fitment fromula to be rectified in case of employees promoted on or after 01-01-2006 by ensuring the minimum pay granted to new entrant recruited after 01-01-2006.

7.Grant annual increment on 01st January and 01st July instead of 01st July.

8.To implement the joint proposals with regard to Pay Scales and promotional prospects of DRDO employees particularly (a) DRTC Technicians/Technical Assistant 'C' (b) Admin, Stores, Accounts, Pas, DEO, HO, Security, ALS and all Attendants Cadre.

9.No lateral induction of Defence Forces in the Defence Establishments as Civilian Employees.

10.Exempt the Defence Establishment from ADRP and fill up all the posts lying vacant on 01-01-2008.

11.Implement all the Arbitration Awards.

12.Continue the payment of Risk Allowance, Hospital Patient Care Allowance and Patient Care Allowance to the existing employees and extend the benefit to left out categories, organizations and opeations.

13.To implement 3 ACP Scheme by granting ACP up gradation in the hierarchical grade as available for promotion in the recruitment rules.

14.No reduction in the commutation value and restoration of full pension after 12 years.

15.Withdraw the new contributory Pension Scheme and implement the defined Pension Scheme for the employees recruited after 01-01-2004.

16.Implement the recommendations of the 6th CPC to grant flexible working hours to women employees and physically disabled employees.

17.Revision of overtime rates under the Factory Act and Departmental Rules in the revised pay scale w.e.f. 01-01-2006 and correlation of Piece Work Rates / Houly Rates and Incentive in the revised Pay structure.

18.Grant of all allowances from 01-01-2006 and instead of 01-09-2008.

19.Minimum 10% of benefit to be guaranteed while on promotion.

20.Remove the Arbitary 5% ceiling imposed on compassionate ground appointments and grant compassionate appointment to all the pending cases.

21Revise the Daily Allowance rates.

22.Immediate setupof Anomaly Committee both at the National and Departmental level and refer the disagreed items to Board of Arbitration.

23.Stoppage of recovery of Professional Tax from the Defence Civilian Employees as directed by the Hon'ble Karnataka High Court and Supreme Court of India.

24.Extension of CSD Canteen facilities to retired Defence Civilians Employees.

25.Restore Border Area allowance withdrawn by the Government based on 6th CPC recommendations.

26.Special Duty allowance to be paid to all employees without any conditions.


The second biggest Federations for Postal Employees is demands as follows...

Demands tabled by National Federation of Postal Employees

Charter of Demands :-
1.Modify and improve the recommendations of Nataraja Murti Committee and reject the retrograde recommendations [list of modifications / rejections endorsed separately].

2.Re-fix the wages all Paid Substitutes – RRR Candidates – Part Time / Contingent w.e.f. 1.1.2006 on the basis of 6th CPC Revised Pay Scales.

3.Exempt Postal Department from the purview of Screening Committee and fill up all vacant posts in all cadres immediately.

4. Hold Periodical Meeting and JCM Departmental Council / RJCM Regional Council meetings as per the schedule.

5. Implement all issues of April 2007 Strike Settlement.

6. Negotiate and settle the sectional charter of demands submitted by Federations and unions on 15.02.2008.

7. Finalise Cadre Review for all cadres – creation of a separate establishment for System Administrators and redressing their current problems.

8. Improve the ACP and make it applicable to Postal Employees.

9.Remove all trade union victimisation in all Circles and end irrational application of Contributory Negligence orders.

10.Do not introduce new schemes without consultations with the Staff Side.

11.Withdraw the SLP against the RRR Candidates and absorb them immediately.

12.Grant immediate fixation of higher scale as per 6th CPC to TBOP/BCR Postmen / Mailguards.

13.Grant higher pay scales to Head Mail Peons at par with Postman / Mailguard. 

14.Redistribute the LSG / HSG II / HSG I posts for Circle Offices including DPLI Kolkata.

15.Withdraw decentralisation of PLI/RPLI functions of Circle Offices.16.Stipulate periodicity of deputationists to Circle Offices and recruit new incumbents.

17.Ensure integration of all Accounting streams in DOP under PA Wing and stop the proposed move to decentralise Postal Accounts.

18.Restore the 3 year periodicity for promotion to Senior Accountant cadre

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