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Friday, January 16, 2009

Indefinite Strike is Deferred by Confederation of Central Government Employees and Workers

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CONFEDERATION OF CENTRAL GOVERNMENT
EMPLOYEES AND WORKERS.
Manishinath Bhawan
A-2/95 Rajouri Garden
New Delhi. 110 027.
Website: confederationhq.blogspot.com.
E mail. Confederation06@yahoo.co.in
Phone: 011 2510 5324
Mobile: 98110 48303
D-11/23
Dated: I5th January, 2009.
The meeting of the National Executive of the Confederation was held at New Delhi today to
review the preparation for an indefinite strike action scheduled to commence
from 20th January, 2009. The meeting heard the Secretaries of the affiliated
Associations/Federations and Unions as also the secretaries of the Co-ordination
Committees. The Comrades who were deputed to attend the State level
Conventions also made their observations at the meeting. Most of the Speakers expressed
the need for further time to reach out the membership in far flung areas.
The meeting came to the conclusion that more intensive mobilization and campaign
programmes are needed to successfully carry out the strike action with full participation of the membership.
It was therefore decided not to commence the strike action from 20th January, 2009 but defer the same to a future date and carry out an intensified campaign amongst the mass of the employees. All affiliates will advise their State leadership to visit all branches and hold meetings to explain the Charter of Demands, educate and mobilise their employees for the eventual strike action.
Campaign material circulated by the Confederation (CHQ)
(available at its website: confederationhq.blogspot.com)
will be translated into vernacular and circulate amongst the members. The said campaign should be concluded by 15.02.2009. The National Executive will meet again in February to take further decision in the matter.
The representatives of the Confederation were to meet the Hon'ble Prime Minister today in a delegation with Com.Basudeb Acharya, MP to seek his intervention in bringing about a settlement of the Charter of Demands . This meeting could not take place due to the preoccupation of the Hon'ble Prime Minister. The meeting is likely to take place on 22nd January, 2009.
The copy of the letter addressed to the Cabinet Secretary to convey the decision of the National Executive is enclosed.
With greetings
Yours fraternally,
K.K.N.Kutty.
Secretary General CONFEDERATION OF CENTRAL GOVERNMENT
EMPLOYEES AND WORKERS.
Manishinath Bhawan A-2/95 Rajouri Garden
New Delhi. 110 027.
Website: confederationhq.blogspot.com.
E mail. Confederation06@yahoo.co.in
Phone: 011 2510 5324
Mobile: 98110 48303
No.D-11/09
Dated: I5th January, 2009.
To
The Cabinet Secretary,
Govt. of India,
Prime Minister's Office,
New Delhi.
Dear Sir,
Sub: Notice for indefinite strike dated 20-01-2009
We solicit your kind reference to our notice of even No. dated 02-01-2009 intimating you of our decision to go on indefinite strike with effect from 20-01-2009 onwards. The National Executive of the Confederation, which met today have directed me to inform you that the proposed strike action, which is to commence from 20th Jan, 2009 has been deferred for the time being until the next meeting of the National Executive, which is scheduled to be held in February, 2009.
Thanking you,
Yours faithfully,
K.K.N.Kutty
Secretary General

Central Government Employees to travel by Air and conversion of one block of Home Town LTC to LTC for travel to NE States

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Central Government Employees to travel by Air and conversion of one block of Home Town LTC to LTC for travel to NE States


Central Government Employees to travel by Air
At the initiative taken by the Ministry of Development of North Eastern Region and the follow up on the recommendation of the National Conclave to promote tourism in NER held on 16th January 2008 at Vigyan Bhawan, New Delhi,the central government has relaxed LTC rules to allow non-entitled central government employees to travel by Air and conversion of one block of Home Town LTC to LTC for travel to NE States

More Detail:-
DOPT's MO No 31011/4/2007 - Esst (A) Dated 02.05.2008

On Relaxation for travel by air to visit NER : Relaxation of LTC Rules for Travel to North Eastern Region
  1. Arunachal Pradesh,
  2. Assam, Manipur,
  3. Meghalaya,
  4. Mizoram,
  5. Nagaland,
  6. Sikkim,
  7. Tripura
total of eight states as special region announced by the Central Govt.for Cental Government Employees to avail Leave Travel Concession. There is chance to go "Any place in India" LTC in this year, who are all not availing(Hometown) for the block year of 2008-2009.

O.M. says that "All Cental Governmentwill be allowed conversion of one block of Home Town into LTC for destinations in NER and  these orders shall be in operation for a period of two years from the date of issue of this O.M,

Class of Accommodation :-
Journey by Air / Train / Road (From 01-09-2008)

Grade Pay Air Train Road
Rs.10,000 and above and those in HAG+and above Business / Club Class AC I Class AC Taxi / Ordinary Taxi / Autorickshaw / Own Scooter / Motorcycle / Moped / Any Public Bus / including AC Bus
Rs.7,600, Rs.8,700 and Rs.8,900 Economy Class AC I Class Same as (I) above, except AC Taxi
Rs.5,400 and Rs.6,600 -do- AC 2 Tier Class -do-
Rs.4,200, Rs.4,600 and 4,800 -do- -do- -do-
Rs.2,400 and above but less than Rs.4,200 -do- First Class / AC 3-Tier / AC Chair Car Autorickshaw / Own Scooter / Motorcycle / Moped / Any Public Bus except AC Bus
Below Rs.2,400 -do- -do- Autorickshaw / Own Scooter / Motorcycle / Moped / Ordinary Public Bus


Journeys by Sea or by River Steamer :-
Grade Pay Entitlements
Rs.5,400 and above and those in HAG+and above Highest Class
Rs.4,200 4,600 and Rs.4,800 If there be two classes only on steamer, the lower class
Rs.2,400 and Rs.2,800 If there be two classes only on steamer, the lower class If there be three classes, the middle or second class If there be four classes, the third class
Below Rs.2,400 The lowest class



Map of the North East Region:-
http://india.gov.in/maps/ne.php



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