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Corporatisation of Ordnance Factories – Still the cloud is not clear…


Corporatisation of Ordnance Factories – Still the cloud is not clear…

INDWF General Secretary Shri.R.Srinivasan published on its official blog regarding the burning issue of ‘Corporatisation of Ordnance Factories’. He said, that the media is highlighting in the press that M of D proposing to corporatise the Ordnance Factories in ‘The Hindu’ on 18th Jan 2015. Also damaging statements are appearing in the Press against Ordnance Factories. 

In this respect, all the three recognised Federations submitted a Joint Memorandum to Hon’ble Defence Minister on 30.12.2014 requesting him to call for a meeting to discuss the proposal of M of D about Ordnance Factories. But till date, no intimation has been received from M of D.

Still the cloud is not clear and the M of D is proceeding on its own without consulting or discussing with the stake holder including working class organisations.

The detailed letter is given below for your information…

Comments

Anonymous said…
1. CORPORATION OF ORDNANCE FACTORIES WILL BE A BOON FOR INDIA......
2. THE EARLIER THE DECISION THE BETTER.
3. ALL EMPLOYEES ARE NOT DESHBHAKTS...
4. THEY JUST WORK FOR OT CARE A LITTLE FOR SOLDIERS....
5. iF THEY ARE CAPABLE LET THEM COMPETE.....
Anonymous said…
the above said is the exact facts prevalent in ordnance factories. corporatisation will be a boon. no doubt.

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