Charter of demand
1. Price rise of essential commodities to be contained through appropriate corrective and distributive measures like universal PDS and containing speculation in commodity market.
2. Concrete proactive measures to be taken for linkage of employment protection in the recession stricken sectors with the stimulate package being offered to the concerned entrepreneurs and for augmenting public investment in infrastructure.
3. Strict enforcement of all basic labour laws without any exception or exemption and stringent punitive measures for violation of labour laws.
4. Steps to be taken for removal of all restrictive provisions based on poverty line in respect of eligibility of converge of the schemes under the Unorganized Workers Social Security Act 2008 and creation of National Fund for the Unorganized Sector to provide for a National Floor Level Social Security to all unorganized Sector workers including the contract/casual workers in line with the recommendation of National Commission on Enterprises in Unorganized Sector and Parliamentary Standing Committee on Labour.
5. Disinvestment of shares of Central Public Sector Enterprises (CPSEs) is not resorted to for meeting budgetary deficit and instead their growing reserve and surplus is used for expansion and modernization purpose and also for revival of sick Public Sector Undertakings.
6. Fill up all vacant posts and lift the ban on recruitment.
7 Stop outsourcing/contractorisation of Governmental functions
8. Regularise all daily rated workers/employees/;Grameen Dak Sewaks and remove the ceiling on compassionate appointments; end the discrimination in the bonus ceiling of GDS employees.
9. Withdraw PFRDA bill and extend the statutory defined benefit pension scheme to all Government employees
10. Guarantee right to strike as a fundamental right of employees.
Demands pending settlement in the Department of Revenue:
- Inspectors should get at least three promotion in service life, The ongoing cadre restructuring exercise should cater the aspirations of Group B executive cadres.
- Notional fixation of pay of Inspectors of Central Excise in the pre-revised scale of Rs. 6500-10500 should be provided with effect from 01.01.1996.
- Fixation of minimum pay corresponding to pre-revised scale of Rs. 7450-11500 consequent to revision of grade-pay ordered on 13.11.2009.
- Anomaly in pay of 1992 batch Inspectors who received ACP prior to 21.04.2004.
- Inspectors’ next promotional Grade Pay should be Rs. 5400/-
- Lifting of ban on ICT
- JCM s should be conducted at the Board level and at local level at regular intervals.
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(Affiliated to the Confederation of Central Government Employees & Workers)
Recognised by Ministry of Finance
[vide F.No.B.12017/1/2004-Ad.IV A dated 31.12.07 & 14.1.08]
Vice President (NZ):
Lekh Raj Meena
Vice President (SZ):
Vice President (WZ): V.K.Tyagi
Vice President (EZ): Sanjay Singh
Vice President (CZ):
Secretary General: Kousik Roy
Asst. Secy. General:
Shibaji Ch. Nayak 09437090969
Jt. Secretary (NZ):
Jt. Secretary (SZ): Shankar Rao
Jt. Secretary (WZ):
Jt. Secretary (EZ): Pramod K. Dhal
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Ref.No. AICIEA/CBEC/169/2010 18.08.2010
Central Board of Excise and Customs,
The Confederation of Central Govt. employees and workers, to which the ALL INDIA CENTRAL EXCISE INSPECTORS’ ASSOCIATION is affiliated have decided to organize one day strike on 7th September, 2010 in pursuance of the charter of demands enclosed and accordingly have served the notice for the strike on the Government.
I in my capacity as the Secretary General of the All India Central Excise Inspectors’ Association, am to inform you that the employees of the Central Board of Excise and Customs who are members of All India Central Excise Inspectors’ Association will be on strike on 7th September, 2010.
1. Strike Notice of Confederation
2. Charter of demands