Wednesday, February 29, 2012

MAGNIFICENT STRIKE BY CENTRAL GOVERNMENT EMPLOYEES

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CONFEDERATION OF

CENTRAL GOVERNMENT EMPLOYEES AND WORK
 Manishinath Bhawan, A/2/95 Rajouri Garden

 New Delhi. 110 027                                                               Date: 28th February 2012

PRESS STATEMENT

The General Strike of Indian working class for which the call was given by the Central Trade Unions and endorsed by all the Federations and the Central and State Govt. Employees elicited the largest participation today. The increased participation of workers in the industrial action was indicative of the growing realization of the need to struggle against the present economic policies of the Govt. of India.

The Central Govt. employees throughout the country responded to the call admirably in as much as the strike was almost total in Kerala, Tamil Nadu, West Bengal, Madhya Pradesh, Jharkhand, Chhattisgarh, Maharashtra, Assam, Meghalaya, Tripura, Manipur and about 80% in Andhra Pradesh, Karnataka, Bihar and Uttar Pradesh, and partial in Delhi, Punjab, Haryana, Arunachal Pradesh, Rajasthan, Himachal Pradesh, Orissa and Gujarat.

The strike was no doubt an impressive reflection of the total discontent of the employees over the various policy decisions like scrapping of the existing pension scheme, outsourcing, contractorisation and privatisation which have threatened the job security. The increasing prices of essential commodities had added to the agony and despite periodical wage increase through the system of Dearness Compensation, the employees found it difficult to make the both ends meet with the existing emoluments.

The Confederation National Secretariat while congratulating the Central Govt. Employees in general for the total co-operation in making the strike action a grand success, particularly place on record the exemplary and magnificent achievement of Income Tax Employees Federation and All India Central Ground Water Board Employees Association, who could make cent percent of their members to participate in the strike.

We once again call upon the affiliates to go ahead with the preparation of the next strike action in pursuance of the 14-point Charter of Demands which are of exclusive concern to Central Government Employees.


K.K.N. Kutty

Secretary General

Sunday, February 26, 2012

Make 28th Strike a Grand Success

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We congratulate one and all for making Central Excise Day Boycott a grand Success; especially we would like to thank members of the Superintendent Association for giving us support in this regard, we would like to reiterate that at the call of the Steering Committee of Central Government Employees and Confederation of Central Government employees and workers, Inspectors' of Central Excise would be observing one day strike on 28th of February on the following agenda:

1.Stop downsizing, outsourcing, contractorisation, coporatorisation and privatization of Governmental functions
2.   Fill up all vacant posts and create posts on functional requirements
3.   Revise wages of CGEs with effect from 1.1.2011 and every five years thereafter.
4.  Regularize the GDS, daily rated workers, contingent and casual workers by brining about a definite scheme of regularization.
 5.  Remove restriction imposed on compassionate appointment ( end the discrimination on compassionate appointment between the Railway workers and other CGEs)
6. Stop the move to introduce the productivity linked wage system; Performance related pay; introduce PLB to in all Departments; remove the ceiling of emoluments for bonus computation.
7. Settle all items of anomalies (including the MACP related anomalies) raised in the National and Departmental Anomaly committees within a fixed time frame of two months; set up the anomaly committees in those Departments where it has not been set up till date with the Standing Committee members of the National Council;
8. convene the meeting of the Departmental Council in all Ministries/Department once in three month as envisaged in the JCM Scheme
9. Make the right to strike a legal right and stop curtailment of T.U. rights9)        
10. Scrap PFRDA Bill/New Pension Scheme; Ensure pension for all.
11. Implement all arbitration awards
12. Raise the interest rate for GPF.
13.  Revise the OTA and Night duty allowance and stitching and clothing rates of uniforms
14. Merge DA with Pay for all purposes including pension as and when the DA rates croses the 50% mark.constitute VIIth Pay Commission immediately.
15. Vacate all Trade Union victimizations.

All India Central Excise & Service-Tax Ministerial Officers'Association and All India Central Excise Group D  Officers' Association promised to extend their solidarity. Customs Miniterial officers' & Group-'C' officers' Associations have already submitted their notice for the strike as has been done by All India  Central Excise Inspectors Association.We request all to make it a grand success.

Friday, February 24, 2012

OUR PROGRAMME IS ON

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     WE HAVE RECEIVED AN E-MAIL FROM THE SECRETARY GENERAL OF SUPERINTENDENTS' ASSOCIATION, WHEREIN HE HAS FORWARDED AN INTIMATION FROM THE OSD TO MEM(P&V)  WITH THE ASSURACE TO MEET THE ASSOCIATION IN THE 2ND WEEK OF MARCH AND THIS HAD CONSIDERED AS ASSURANCE AND THE SO CALLED ASSOCIATION HAD CALLED OFF THEIR PROGRAMME, 
        WE THE INSPECTORS' ASSOCIATION ONLY HAD NOT FORMULATED THIS AGITATION PROGRAMME;  IT IS A DECISION OF JAC IN CBEC, WHICH CONSTITUTES 80% OF THE DEPARTMENTAL EMPLOYEES. AND TILL DATE THESE EMPLOYESS HAD RECEIVED THIS TYPE OF NUMEROUS ASSURANCES FROM BOARD BUT NOT FROM THE MINISTRY. OUR AGITATION IS CHIEFLY AGAINST THE MINISTRY AND THE GOVT. AND NOT MERELY AGAINST OUR BOARD ONLY. HENCE, UNLESS GOVT. AGREES TO HAVE A DISCUSSION WITH THE CONSTITUENT ORGANISATIONS TOGETHER IN THIS REGARD WE MAY HAVE TO ADOPT MORE VIGOROUS ACTION PROGRAMEE IN FUTURE.

Thursday, February 23, 2012

Clarification on ICT

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Friday, February 17, 2012

Posted by Secretary General on 9:35 AM with 2 comments
Congratulation to Janab Abbasiji for spreading the Association in whole of U.P. and Uttarakhand, for the first time in the history of our Association a meeting followed by a demonstration took place in lucknow, a lucknow JAC was formed all the associations participated in the meeting under the leadership of Com. Abbasi, we from the team AICEIA like to thank Abbasi Sahab once again and would like to request all the leaders to form JCA in their branch, circle level to successfully observe different agitational programmes. It is observed that in different parts of this country DG(HRD) and other Board officials are visiting and they are inviting different Associations with a ploy to discuss about infrastructure and welfare of the respective zones; we request our rank and  file not to meet these officials and insist other organisations not to participate in any meeting convened by Board/ministry officials, unless Government resolves the CR dispute by calling all the constituent organisations together, this is a decision of the JAC in New DElhi on 9th Feb. 2012..

Wednesday, February 15, 2012

POSTER

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JOINT ACTION COMMITTEE
of
ASSOCIATIONS/FEDERATIONS IN CENTRAL BOARD OF EXCISE & CUSTOMS, NEW DELHI

OBSERVE THE FOLLOWING AGITATIONAL PROGRAMMES FOR IMMEDIATE FAVOURABLE SETTLEMENT OF THE CHARTER OF DEMANDS OF THE JOINT ACTION COMMITTEE IN CBEC ON CADRE RESTRUCTURING.

1)  BOYCOTT CENTRAL EXCISE DAY CELEBRATION ON 24TH OF FEBRUARY, 2012.
2) 16TH MARCH 2012  MASS WALK OUT FROM 14.00 HOURS TO 16.00 HOURS
3) 23RD MARCH 2012 MASS WALK OUT FROM 14.00 HOURS TO 18.00 HOURS
4) 30TH MARCH 2012 SIGN AND WALK OUT


JOIN All & MAKE IT A GRAND SUCCESS

1) All India Customs & Central Excise Group ‘D’ officers’ Federation.
2) All India Customs Group’C’ officers’ Federation (formerly All India Customs Group ‘D’ officers’ Federation).
3) All India Customs Ministerial Employees Federation.
4) All India Central Excise & Service-Tax Ministerial officers’ Association.
5) All India Central Excise Inspectors’ Association.

Monday, February 13, 2012

CIRCULAR 03-2012

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Dear Comrades,
                  As decided in the Central Executive Committee Meeting of the AICEIA held at Hyderabad on 27th and 28th of January, 2012, the Association served its Strike Notice on 6th of February, 2012; a few Circles and Branches had already forwarded Strike Notice and charter of demand to the respective authorities; Circles & Branches who have not yet forwarded the strike notice yet are requested to forward the same immediately to their respective authorities.
All the circles and branches are hereby requested to hold unit level meeting in every corner of their respective cadre controlling zones on the issues pertaining to the 28th February Strike.
               As decided in the CEC Hyderabad, office bearers asked for an appointment with the Chairman & Mem(P&V) on the following points:

  • Minimum fixation after correction of Grade pay from Rs. 4200/- to Rs. 4600/- should be implemented forthwith.
  • Clarifications on the Inter Commissionerate transfer as requested by the association should be issued immediately.
  • Implementation of Judgment dt.17.1.2012 of the CAT Bombay Bench for notional fixation of revised pay scale from 01.01.1996.
  • To resolve the ratio issue for promotion to the grade of Assistant Commissioner.
  • PFRDA bill should be scrapped and all possible help to the working classes organisation would be initiated for this.
  • Inspectors of 2002 batch should be promoted in this restructuring across the country.
  • Base cadre seniority to be taken as the criteria for the promotions to Gr.A posts in the CBEC.
  • Regional disparities in the grade of Inspector to Superintendent promotion should be wiped off in the ensuing cadre restructuring.
  • Superintendent’s grade pay should start from 5400/- grade pay.
  • All vacancies in the Inspector grade should be filled up immediately.

In the letter itself it was intimated to the Board that the Association was going for a lunch hour demonstration on 8th Feb, 2012. Board, thereafter, called us and a meeting took place under the Chairmanship of the Member (P&V), Joint Secretary(ADMN.), D.G (HRD), ADG(HRM), Director (AD-IIA) & Deputy Secretary(AD-IIIB).
The gist of the outcome of the meeting as stated by the official side:
·         Board has sent the reply to the queries made by the D.O.P&T
·         Special dispensation has already been made for North Eastern Region to remove stagnation, for the other eight zones Board is in the process of working it out.  
·         Regional disparity would not be solved immediately, but a few stagnating zones like Maharastra, M.P & Chattisgarh, Pune & Chandigarh etc shall get relief through this restructuring.
Base cadre seniority & Grade Pay of Rs. 5400/- could not be resolved as both the issues are purportedly sub-judice.

·         Regarding the notional fixation wef 1.1.1996,  Board is ready to forward our file to expenditure as soon as the CAT Bombay Bench Judgment is implemented in CBDT. In fact it is intimated to us that a file containing similar proposal and two VVIP references are still pending in Expenditure.
·         We have submitted the resolution adopted in the CEC, Hyderabad to different officials inclusive of Member (P&V); as directed by the chair I would like to request all our leaders through out the country to provide detailed list of pending vigilance cases within a fortnight.
·         Board had already intimated to all the CCAs to conduct the annual D.P.C by 31st March, 2012.

      Joint Action Committee in Central Board of Excise & Customs consisting of Group ‘C’, Group’D’ organizations in Central Excise & Customs and All India Central Excise Inspectors Associations met in New Delhi on 9th February, 2012. Central Excise Superintendents’ Association was also invited for this meeting due to time constraint they could not attend it.
The meeting was presided over by Mr. Gaikwad from Central Excise and Sri B.D.Survey from Customs. The meeting observed with great despair that the CBEC has not yet bothered to call Joint Action Committee after a lapse of one complete year.
It was unanimously decided that Board and the different formations of Government of India have to complete the Cadre restructuring process immediately taking in to account the submission made by the Joint Action Committee in CBEC on 25.01.2011; Hence, it was unanimously decided that All the organizations shall:
1)    BOYCOTT Central Excise day Celebration on 24th of February, 2012.
The next course of action would be as follows:
2)    16th March 2012  mass walk out from 14.00 hours to 16.00 hours
3)    23rd March 2012 mass walk out from 14.00 hours to 18.00 hours
4)    30th March 2012 Sign and walk out

All the leaders shall gather at New Delhi on 4th of April, 2012 to take a stock of the situation and to formulate next course of action.   
*** All the Branch & Circle Secretary’s are hereby requested to call office beares meeting and general body meetings immediately to discuss over the programmes and to take concrete decision on the steps required to be taken.

 Secretary General would be campaigning in Ahmedabad on 22nd of this month.
Joint Secretary (West zone) is requested to campaign in Pune and Mumbai;
Assistant Secreatry General & Jt. Secretary (Central Zone) would be campaigning in M.P. & Chattisgarh;
President and Working President shall cover Kerala and Tamil Nadu.               Joint Secretary (SZ) and Vice president (South Zone) shall campaign Karnataka and AP.
Vice President (North) shall have to campaign in Delhi & in Punjab ; Joint Secretary (North) shall have to campaign in Rajasthan and in Delhi;
Campaign in Delhi would be done along with Organising secretary and the General Secretary Delhi (Com.H.S.Bajaj).
Liason Seretary along with Vice President (Central Zone) & Vice president (East) shall campaign in West Bengal, Bihar and in Orissa .
Jt. Secretary (East) shall campaign in North East and in West Bengal.
All the office bearers stated above should initiate immediate process to campaign the entire programme to the respective areas indicated against their names;
Slogan for the strike action on 28th Feb 2012 & organisational action programme on 24th Feb 2012:

ü  No contractorisation of work of permanent/perennial nature and payment of wages  and  benefits to the contract workers  at  the same rate as available to the regular workers of the Industry/establishment.
ü   Amendment   of  Minimum   Wages   Act   to   ensure   universal  coverage irrespective of the schedules and fixation of statutory minimum wage at not less than Rs 10,000/-.                                
ü  Remove the ceilings on payment and eligibility of Bonus, Provident Fund; Increase the quantum of gratuity.
ü  Assured Pension for all. Scrap PFRDA bill, reintroduce pension and provident fund for all those who have joined after 01.01.2004.
ü  Enhance interest rate on G.P.F immediately.
ü  Merge 50% D.A. with Pay Band and announce next Pay Commission.
ü  Compulsory registration of trade unions within a period of 45 days and immediate ratification of ILO conventions 67 and 96.
ü  Immediate implementation of CR proposals in the CBEC.
ü  Guarantee at least 3 time bound functional promotions for Inspectors.
ü  Immediate implementation of CAT Mumbai Judgment in CBEC and CBDT.
                                                                                 
                                                                                   Kousik roy
                                                                               ( KOUSIK ROY)

To
The President,
All office Bearers,
Circle and Branch Secretaries Comradely Yours
For wide circulation

Saturday, February 11, 2012

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 We wrote a letter to Board on 7th instant seeking an appointment to discuss on the following points 

1.    Progress Of Cadre Restructuring.
2.    Minimum Fixation After Correction Of Grade Pay From Rs. 4200/- To Rs. 4600/- Should Be Implemented Forthwith.
3.    Clarifications On The Inter Commissionerate Transfer As Requested By The Association Should Be Issued Immediately.
4.    Implementation Of Judgment Dt.17.1.2012 Of The CAT Bombay Bench For Notional Fixation Of Revised Pay Scale From 01.01.1996.
5.    To Resolve The Ratio Issue For Promotion To The Grade Of Assistant Commissioner.
6.    Inspectors Of 2002 Batch Should Be Promoted In This Restructuring Across The Country.
7.    Base Cadre Seniority To Be Taken As The Criteria For The Promotions To Gr.A Posts In The CBEC.
8.    Regional Disparities In The Grade Of Inspector To Superintendent Promotion Should Be Wiped Off In The Ensuing Cadre Restructuring.
9.    Superintendent’s Grade Pay Should Start From 5400/- Grade Pay.
10. All Vacancies In The Inspector Grade Should Be Filled Up Immediately.

It was Further Intimated to the Board that A Lunch Hour Demonstration Slated To Be Held Through Out The Country On 8th Of February On The Above Issues.
   
After this, on 8th February, 2012 at about Twelve 'o' clock I have received a phone call from  O.S.D. It was requested through that call to stop the instant agitation programme slated to be held on 8th Feb. and Mem(P&V) shall meet the Association representatives on 10th February at 12.00 'o' clock. The faxed letter is reproduced below:


We have discussed about all the points covered in our letter for appointment, In the meeting apartfrom Mem(P&V), J.S.(ADMN.), DG HRD & ADG HRM , Director AD-IIA, Deputy Secretary AD-IIIB were also present. From the Association Secretary General, Joint Secretary North( Sri Abhay Singh), Organising Secretary ( Jitedra Saini) attended the meeting
  • For CR it was replied that the file has been sent back to DOP&T
  • for removal of stagnation & regional disparity it was understood that Board is yet to arrive at a solution,
  • Succumbing to our pressure Director AD-IIA forwarded the file on the subject matter of 'Juniors drawing more pay than their Seniors' to  Mem(P&V) through J.S.(Admn); and member(P&V) assured the delegation that the notification would be issued by next week.
  • On ICT it appeared that Board is quite rigid on this point that the relaxation of probationary period could not be granted to officers who has not completed it, JS(Admn) opined that relaxation if possible could be granted to all, Member assured us that the issue would  once again be discussed in the full Board meeting.
  • Board assured us to fill up all the vaccant posts and 
  • For 5400/- grade pay issue, base cadre seniority and retrospective effect of the revised ratio Board opined that these matters are sub-judice.
The resolution adopted in the meeting of JAC in CBEC at New Delhi on 09.02.2012 is appended below, this resolution was submitted to every formation inclusive of Cabinet Secretary and addressed to Finance Minister:



Friday, February 10, 2012


       Joint Action Committee in Central Board of Excise & Customs consisting of Group ‘C’, Group’D’ organizations in Central Excise & Customs and All India Central Excise Inspectors Associations met in New Delhi on 9th February, 2012. Central Excise Superintendents’ Association was also invited for this meeting due to time constraint they could not attend it.
The meeting was presided over by .Mr. Gaikwad from Central Excise and Sri B.D.Survey from Customs. It was unanimously decided that Board and the different formations of Government of India has to  complete the Cadre restructuring process immediately taking in to account the submission made by the Joint Action Committee in CBEC on 25.01.2011; the meeting observed that the CBEC has not yet bothered to call Joint Action Committee after a lapse of one complete year.
Hence, it was unanimously decided that All the organizations shall BOYCOTT Central Excise day Celebration on 24th of February, 2012. The next course of action would be as follows:
1)   16th March 2012  mass walk out from 14.00 hours to 16.00 hours
2)   23rd March 2012 mass walk out from 14.00 hours to 18.00 hours
3)   30th March 2012 Sign and walk out

All the leaders shall gather at New Delhi on 4th of April, 2012 to take a stock of the situation and to formulate next course of action.
              




Wednesday, February 1, 2012

Circular 02-12

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                                                                                                                                                           Dated: 31.01.2012    
CIRCULAR- 02/12
Dear Comrades,
    As you are aware, the Central Executive Committee Meeting of the AICEIA  held at Hyderabad on 27th and 28th of January, 2012. We thankfully appreciate the effort taken by the Hyderabad Branch for materializing the dream of our Association to conduct an All India Meeting in the first techno-city of India.
 2.      In the inaugural ceremony of the Meeting  Shri. Asaduddin Owaisi,MP was the Chief Guest. Chief Commissioner(HZ) Shri.S.B.Singh was the Guest of Honour and special invitees were Commissioners Shri.P.N.Rao,  Hyderabad-II, Shri.Ashok, Hyderabad III and  Shri.G.V.Krishna Rao, Hyderabad IV.  Shri.V.Nageshwar Rao, General Secretary, Confederation of Central Government Employees and Workers, Andhra Pradesh, Shri.Kousik Roy, Secretary General and Shri.K.P.Mano, President were also felicitated.  Shri.B.Vijaya Bhaskar Reddy, General Secretary, Supdts’. Association, Shri.B.L.N.Varma, President of Hyderabad Branch of the AICEIA, Shri. K.Mahesh Raj, General Secretary of SC/ST Associaiton, Shri.B.BabuRao, President of Group-D Association and Shri.Samdhani  Khan of Group-C Association were also present.  Shri Arun Zacharia former President of the AICEIA was also invited in the as special guest.  Shri.B.P.K.Reddy, All India Vice-President and the General Secretary of the Hyderabad Branch of AICEIA and his committee was very active and receptive of the entire meeting, right from the receipt of delegates.
3.       Presidential award winners Shri Sridev Kumar, Supdt, Shri.SubbaRao, Inspector and   Smt. Jayalaxmi Inspector  were also felicitated on the occasion. In his brief speech Shri.V.Nageshwar Rao mentioned about the various achievements of Confederation and the recent achievement on the increment for all those who have joined during February to June before 01.01.2006. He requested the CEC to take positive approach towards the general strike called for 28.2.2012.
4.       The Secretary General & President of the AICEIA mentioned about various pending issues that have not yet resolved due to the lack of positive approach from the DOP&T & Expenditure.  They further sought the co-operation of the Hon’ble MP to settle the genuine problems faced by the cadre.  It was brought to light that in spite of helpful approach from the Finance Minister a few burning issues are yet to be resolved due to bureaucratic hurdles.
5.       In his  return speech, Janab Barrister Asaduddin Owaisi, Hon’ble MP from Hyderabad promised all support and even to lead a delegation comprising AICEIA leaders during the ensuing Budget session of Parliament to the Hon’ble Finance Minister and even to the Hon’ble Prime Minister of India, with an eye to resolve all the pending issues. He advised the gathering not to forget the inner strength of an organisation which is always powerful.
   
6.       In the closed session 63 delegates from 29 units attended the meeting and participated in the deliberations. It was resolved that the All India Association shall start its organizational action programme from 2nd February 2012 wherever possible and in the whole of this country from 8th of February 2012on the following agenda:
  • Minimum fixation after correction of Grade pay from Rs. 4200/- to Rs. 4600/- should be implemented forthwith.
  • Clarifications on the Inter Commissionerate transfer as requested by the association should be issued immediately.
  • Implementation of Judgment dt.17.1.2012 of the CAT Bombay Bench for notional fixation of revised pay scale from 01.01.1996.
  • To resolve the ratio issue for promotion to the grade of Assistant Commissioner.
  • PFRDA bill should be scrapped and all possible help to the working classes organisation would be initiated for this.
  • Inspectors of 2002 batch should be promoted in this restructuring across the country.
  • Base cadre seniority to be taken as the criteria for the promotions to Gr.A posts in the CBEC.
  • Regional disparities in the grade of Inspector to Superintendent promotion should be wiped off in the ensuing cadre restructuring.
  • Superintendent’s grade pay should start from 5400/- grade pay.
  • All vacancies in the Inspector grade should be filled up immediately.

7.       Further, following important decisions have also been taken in the meeting:
  • A case for relief on the lines of ITGOA would be filed at CAT Bombay, Bench on the notional fixation issue wef 1.1.1996.  AICEIA Joint Secretary, Shri.Sanjay Srinivasan would take lead for the same.
  • Shri.B.P.K.Reddy, AICEIA Vice-President to take lead and to form a platform at yderHyderabad to discuss the early implementation of CAT Judgment dated 17.1.2012 with all affected Associations in CBDT and CBEC.
  • All Branch/Circle level elections would be on par with the All India Constitution.
  • To demand all India seniority of Inspectors since 2004 to address the issues of Inspectors who are recruited based on an all India rank-list.
  • A five member Committee consisting of President, Working-President, Secretary General, Assistant Secretary General & Liason Secretary has been formed in order to redraft the present  Constitution of the Association.
  • AICEIA shall participate in the All India Strike call given by the Steering committee of Central and State government Workers on 28th February 2012 on the following agenda:

ü  No contractorisation of work of permanent/perennial nature and payment of wages  and  benefits to the contract workers  at  the same rate as available to the regular workers of the Industry/establishment.
ü   Amendment   of  Minimum   Wages   Act   to   ensure   universal  coverage irrespective of the schedules and fixation of statutory minimum wage at
ü  not less than Rs 10,000/-.                                
ü  Remove the ceilings on payment and eligibility of Bonus, Provident Fund; Increase the quantum of gratuity.
ü  Assured Pension for all. Scrap PFRDA bill, reintroduce pension and provident fund for all those who have joined after 01.01.2004.
ü  Enhance interest rate on G.P.F immediately.
ü  Merge 50% D.A. with Pay Band and announce next Pay Commission.
ü  Compulsory registration of trade unions within a period of 45 days and immediate ratification of ILO conventions 67 and 96.

8.       It is a welcome note that the AICEIA Mumbai Circle has returned to the fold of AICEIA and participated actively in the CEC meeting.  The President commended the proceedings with regard to the positive attitude of the delegates and observance of punctuality and urged the delegates to fondly remember the efforts of former leaders of the association.   The Assistant SG Shri.Ajit.K.G. proposed vote of thanks. 
9.       AICEIA office bearers shall participate in the meeting of the Joint Action Committee of the Associations in C.B.E.C on 9th February, 2012 at New Delhi and further action programme would be intimated after the meeting of the JAC.

  
                                                                                 
                                                                               ( KOUSIK ROY)

To
The President,
All office Bearers,
Circle and Branch Secretaries Comradely Yours
For wide circulation