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Action programme of NJCA on 26 Point Charter of Demands submitted by NJCA

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Action programme of NJCA on 26 Point Charter of Demands submitted by NJCA

NJCA
NATIONAL JOINT COUNCIL OF ACTION
No.NJCA/2015
Dated: December 21, 2015
All the Constituent Organizations & NJCA Members,

Dear Comrades,
I am confident, by this time you must have studied the 26-point Charter of Demands, submitted by the NJCA to the Cabinet Secretary on 10th December, 2015, circulated vide NJCA’s Circular No.NJCA/2015/7th CPC dated 11th December, 2015.


As per decision of the NJCA, the following programmes have to be successfully observed by all your affiliates all over the country.

(i) 30.12.2015 Holding demonstrations and hand over copy of the NJCA’s letter dated 10.12.2015 to the Head of the Office for onward transmission to the Cabinet Secretary, demanding for immediate settlement of the issues.

(ii) 19-21.01.2016 3-day dharna in all the State capitals and industrial centers/ establishments for educating and mobilizing the employees.

In view of the NJCA’s decision for an “Indefinite Strike”, on the above cited 26-point Charter of Demands, commencing in the 1st week of March, it will be essential that, AIRF, NFIR, AIDEF, INDWF and Confederation of the Central Government employees should conduct strike ballot. It will be quite appropriate that strike ballot is taken by the 2nd week of February, 2016.

The NJCA will meet and decide about the date of issue of the Strike Notice and also about the date of commencement of the Indefinite Strike. In the meantime, all out efforts may be made to build up pressure on the government, so that a negotiated settlement can be reached on our demands.

I shall keep you informed about the further developments.

With fraternal greetings & best wishes for a Happy & Prosperous New Year!

Comradely Yours,
sd/-
(Shiva Gopal Mishra)

Authority: NC JCM Staff Side


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1 comments:

K. Nandakumar, General Secy/Rail Mazdoor Union/S Zone said...

Shivgopal Mishraji why once again strike ballot, after 1974 strike please rewind as to how many times AIRF has said it will go on strike and how many strikes AIRF has conducted after 1974. The poor recommendation of the seventh pay commission is a fallout of the eroding bargaining power of AIRf and NFIR and employees have lost faith, you may say you have won the elections, it is only money power which won the elections, and the labor power, now the employees are paying for the mistake they have done.

K. Nandakumar, Rail Mazdoor Union/S zone and GS/HMKP tamilnadu



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