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Thursday, 29 December 2011



          By invoking the powers vested upon me in the Article XII A (i) of the Constitution, I hereby accept the resignation of Com.A.K.Halder, for the post of Secretary General.  Further I nominate Com.K.S.Madhusudhan, Assistant Secretary General to function as Secretary General.

                                                                  (RAM NIWAS CHOUDHARY)

Monday, 26 December 2011

Sunday, 25 December 2011

TE funds and other funds

Revised  funds has been allocated on 21/12/2011.  Pl see click here

Thursday, 15 December 2011

Joint Consultative Machinery

Department of Personnel and Training has given detailed procedures of Joint Consultative Machinery and Arbitration as Frequently Asked Questions…
The JCM Scheme provides for setting up of Joint Councils at the National, Departmental and Regional/Office levels. This mechanism is available for resolving issues pertaining to Group ‘C’ & ‘D’ employees. The National Council is the apex body. The Council deals with matters affecting Central Govt. employees generally. The Chairman of this Council is Cabinet Secretary. The ordinary meeting of the Council shall be held as often as necessary, and not less than once in four months.
1. What is Joint Consultative Machinery?
The scheme of Joint Consultative Machinery is a platform for constructive dialogue between the representatives of the staff side and the official side for peaceful resolution of all disputes between the Government as employer and the employees. The scheme was introduced in 1966 with the objectives of promoting harmonious relations and securing the greatest measure of cooperation between the Central Government as the employer and the employees in matters of common concern and with the object of further increasing the efficiency of the public service combined with the well being of those employed. The scheme is a non statutory one mutually agreed upon between the staff side and the official side.
2. What is the applicability of the JCM Scheme? The scheme covers all regular civil employees of the Central Government, except:
(a)The Class -I services;
(b)The Class-II services, other than the Central Secretariat Services and the other comparable services in the headquarters organisation of the Government;
(c) Persons in industrial establishments employed mainly in managerial or administrative capacity, and those who being employed in supervisory capacity drawing salary going beyond grade pay of Rs.4200/- per month;
(d)Employees of the Union Territories; and
(e)Police personnel.
3. What is the structure of the Joint Councils under the JCM Scheme? The scheme provides for setting up of Joint Councils at the National, Departmental and Regional / Office levels. The National Council, chaired by the Cabinet Secretary, is the apex body.
4. How are staff side members selected for various Joint Councils?
The representatives of the staff side for various Joint Councils are chosen / selected from members of the recognized service  associations/ unions.
5. What is the time schedule for holding meetings of the National! Departmental Councils?
As per the JCM Scheme, ordinary meeting of the National Council/ Departmental Council may be held as often as necessary as but not less than once in four months.
6. How recognition is granted to the staff associations?
The Department of Personnel & Training being the nodal department for matters relating to Joint Consultative Machinery and Compulsory Arbitration, has notified Central Civil Services (Recognition of Associations) Rules, 1993 for the purpose of granting recognition to various service associations. Recognition is actually granted by the concerned Ministry/Department in accordance with the CCS (RSA) Rules, 1993. In case of any doubt or confusion, the matter is referred to the JCA Section of the Department of Personnel & Training for clarification / advice.
7. What are the facilities available to recognised associations?
The recognized associations/ unions enjoy certain facilities like:
(a) Negotiations with the employer;
(b)Correspondence and meetings with the head of the administrative departments;
(c)Provision of accommodation for the associations subject to availability;
(d)Facility of special casual leave up to 35 days in a year to the office bearers of the associations.
(e)Payment of T.A/ D.A for attending officially sponsored meetings; and
(f) Facility of seeking transfer of Chief Executive of the Union /association to the Headquarters of the appropriate head of administration.
8. What will happen if there is no agreement between the staff and the official side?
If there is no agreement between the staff and the official side on an arbitrable issue, then the matter is to be referred to the Board of Arbitration if so desired by the staff side.
9. What are the Issues on which arbitration is possible? The arbitration is limited to the following issues:
(a) Pay and allowances;
(b) Weekly hours of work; and
(c) Leave
10. Is the award given by the Board of Arbitration binding on the parties?
The award given by the Board of Arbitration is binding on the Government as well as the staff side subject to the overriding authority of the Parliament. The award can be modified / rejected only with the approval of the Parliament through a formal resolution on grounds affecting national economy or social justice.

Wednesday, 14 December 2011

Family pension - list of documents

No, 1/16/2011- P&PW(E)
Government of India
Ministry of Personnel, Public Grievances and Pensions
Department of Pension & Pensioners Welfare
(Desk 'E’)
3rd Floor Lok Nayak Bhavan,
New Delhi the 8th December, 2011.
Office Memorandum
Sub: Family pension - list of documents to be submitted by a claimant member of family (other than spouse) along with Form 14. PPO and death certificate in respect of the deceased pensioner/family pensioner regarding.
The Department of Pension & Pensioners Welfare has been receiving references for clarification by various Ministries/Departments of the Government regarding the documents for family pension, including certificate of income, required to be submitted by a claimant member of family (other than spouse) along with application form (Form 14), PPO and death certificate after the death of a pensioner/family pensioner. The matter was also discussed at length in the 20mth meeting of SCOVA held on 21st September, 2011 (item No. 92 of the Minutes refers). It was agreed in the meeting that a list of such documents will be made available at the website of the Department of Pension & Pensioners Welfare. It was pointed out in the meeting that it is indicated in this Departments Office Memorandum No.45/51/97-P&PW(E), dated 21.7.1999 that a self certificate for the income of those who are self employed or are in receipt of income from sources other than employment may be accepted. It was decided to send a copy of this O.M.to all member associations of SCOVA.
2. This is informed that the claims submitted by a claimant member of family (other than spouse) for family pension after the death of a pensioner/family pensioner, in Form 14 and supported by the death certificate and PPO of the pensioner/family pensioner, may be processed in consultation with the Pay and Accounts Officer, who is the custodian of the pension file which contains all relevant Forms and information of the pensioner. In a very rare case where the name of the claimant member is not available in the records of the Head of Office as well as the Pay & Accounts Officer concerned and the claimant member also fails to submit a copy of PPO or Form 3 containing 'Details of Family submitted earlier by the deceased employee/pensioner, the certificates prescribed at serial number 9(v) of Form 14 may be accepted. In addition to these certificates, PAN Card, Matriculation Certificate, Passport. CGHS Card, Driving License Voter’s ID Card and Aadhar Number may also be accepted. Acceptance of voter’s ID card and Aadhar Number is subject to the condition that the pensioner/family pensioner certifies that he/she is not a matriculate and he/she does not have any of the documents mentioned in Form 14 or above Apart from these documents, the Ministries/Departments may accept any other document submitted by the claimant, which may be relied upon and which establishes the relationship of the claimant with the pensioner and/or contains his/her date of birth.
3. The applicant has also to prove that no other surviving member in the family, who may have a prior entitlement for family pension is eligible. For this purpose, the above and/or any other documents, such as marriage/death/income certificates of the other members which may be essential in a given situation may be used.
4. As decided in the SCOVA meeting, a copy of O.M. No.45/51/97-P&PW(E), dated 21.7.1999 is enclosed for circulation to all Ministries/Departments/Associations.

(D.K. Solanki)
Under Secretary

New Pension Scheme

Ministry of Finance
New Pension Scheme
PIB : New Pension Scheme (NPS) is a defined contribution scheme, its pay out depends upon the amount of contribution and the growth on the investment over a period of time for an individual while defined benefit schemes pay out is defined and is based on salary and number of years in service etc. at the time of retirement of an individual. 

At the time of normal retirement after attaining 60 years, the subscriber can withdraw 60% of the accumulated wealth and will be required to invest remaining 40% of the accumulated wealth to buy a life annuity from insurance company approved by Insurance Regulatory and Development Authority (IRDA). The mandatory provision of annuitisation will be invested to buy life annuities as per various options available to him. The amount of annuity varies depending upon the option selected by him. Registration of ASPs (Annuity Service Providers) is under process and as soon as they get registered, other details will be made available. 

In old pension scheme government pays pension after retirement as its liability while in NPS government co-contributes to employee during his service period to build up a corpus on which annuities will be paid.
This information was given by the Minister of State for Finance, Shri Namo Narain Meena in written reply to a question in the Rajya Sabha

Saturday, 3 December 2011

Friday, 25 November 2011

March to Parliament on PFRDA :

Thousands of Employees from different parts of country  marched to Jantar Mantar in New Delhi on 25th November 2011 to protest against PFRDA bill. They demanded withdrawal of PFRDA bill in Parliament. The participants included State Government Employes, Teachers, Pensioners ,Railways(AIRF), Defence(AIDEF) and other Central Government   Employees under the banner of Confederation of Central Government Employees which includes Postal, Income Tax, CSS, AG's Ground Water, Postal Accounts,etc lakhs of signatures collected from employees was presented   to the Hon'ble Prime Minster.

 Overall   the performance of the participation of AICGWBEA was commendable almost all branches participated, The quota allocated by Confederation   was achieved, Red salute to all comrades who participated in the March to Parliament on PFRDA.  .    

A seven member delegation consisting of Coms. S K Vyas, (Convenor, Steering Committee) Shiv Gopal Mishra, (General Secretary, AIRF), KKN Kutty, (Secy. General, Confederation of Central Government Employees & Workers)   S.N. Pathak, (President, AIDEF) P. Abhimanyu (General Secretary, BSNLEU) Rajendran (General Secretary, STFI) and Sukomal Sen (Sr. Vice President, AISGEF) met the Hon'ble Prime Minister today along with Com Basudeb Acharya, MP and Com.  Tapan Sen, MP and General Secretary of CITU. The delegation appealed to the Prime Minister to reconsider the government's policy of privatisation of pension funds and withdraw the PFRDA bill which seeks to replace the existing defined benefit Pension Scheme of government employees. The concern and anxiety of the government employees over the financial security in the evening of their life was also brought to the notice of the Prime Minister.

The petition to the Prime minister elaborated the various reasons as to why the present bill will be neither in the interest of the employees nor will benefit the Government Exchequer (Copy enclosed).

The Hon'ble Prime Minister assured the delegation of the consideration of the petition and the feasibility of providing a guarantee for a minimum pension which the Standing Committee had recommended but unfortunately not found approval of the Cabinet.  The Prime Minister informed the delegation that his Government would not do anything to harm the interest of the employees.

The rally was concluded at 2.30 PM. On behalf of the Steering Committee, Com. Vyas announced that the employees will organize two hour walk out on the next day the Parliament takes up the PFRDA Bill for consideration

Tuesday, 22 November 2011

March to Parliament on PFRDA :

March to Parliament on PFRDA  : Assemble at Jantar Mantar in New Delhi at 10 am. on Nov 25th 2011

Wednesday, 16 November 2011

PFRDA bill

NEW DELHI: The government today approved amendments to the PFRDA Bill 2011 while agreeing to the proposed 26 per cent foreign investment in thepension sector but refrained from providing assured returns to subscribers in the proposed law.

The government had decided not to mention FDI capin the legislation itself for retaining the flexibility of changing it through an executive order. The 26 per cent FDI cap is to be mentioned in the regulations to the legislation.

The changes to the PFRDA Bill were approved by the Union Cabinet at its meeting here.

The Bill, which has already been scrutinised by the Parliamentary Standing Committee on Finance, is likely to be taken up for consideration and passage in the Winter Session beginning November 22.

"The government is of the view that FDI cap in the pension should be at 26 per cent at par with the insurance sector. However, it would like to retain the flexibility of changing the cap of FDI as and when required and that is why it has not been kept as part of the bill", an official spokesperson said.

The proposed legislation, the official said, will not provide assured returns to the subscribers of pension schemes.

The Committee, which is headed by senior BJP leader and former Finance Minister Yashwant Sinha, wanted the government to specify the FDI cap in the legislation itself and provide minimum guaranteed return to subscribers.
Source :Economic Times

Tuesday, 15 November 2011

Revision of PPOs of pre—2006 family pensioners

No.1/20/2011 -P&PW(E)
Government of India
Ministry of Personnel, Public Grievances & Pension
Department of Pension & Pensioners Welfare
Lok Nayak Bhavan, Khan Market,
New Delhi, the 1st November, 2011.

Office Memorandum

Sub:-     Revision of PPOs of pre—2006 family pensioners — regarding.

            The undersigned is directed to refer to Secretary (Pension)'s d.o. letter No.42/68/2009-P&PW(G), dated the 25th May, 2011 and 8th June, 2011 concerning revision of Pension Payment Orders (PPOs) in respect of pre-2006 Pensioners consequent to implementation of 6th CPC recommendations.

2.         It is heartening to learn from replied received the Ministries/ Departments that they are responsive to the needs of Pensioners/Family Pensioners. In the mean while, Central Pension Accounting Office (CPAO) has issued an advertisement, which has been published in the Newspapers on 3rd September, 2011, requesting pre-2006 pensioners/family pensioners to provide prescribed information to the Head of the Department/Office concerned for issue of revised PPOs. In another advertisement published on 15th and l6th September, CPAO has circulated its toll-free telephone number 1800-11-77-88 for registration of grievances. Therefore, all the Ministries/ Departments are requested to seize the opportunity and revise the pre-2006 PPOs at the earliest possible.

3.         It has come to the notice of this Department that the family pensioners are a sufferer's lot as the Banks have not revised the family pension in most of the cases and it is being paid either at the pre-revised rates or at the minimum rate of Rs.3500/- per month. Therefore, all Ministries/Departments and PAOs are requested to take up the matter of revision of family pension as first priority.

(K.K. Mittal)
Director Ph:24624752

Friday, 4 November 2011


Central Trade Unions and other  organizations like Bank , Insurance , BSNl State and Central Government Employees are joining on a single platform to demand.

1) No Contractulasation of permanent jobs
2) Minimum wages of Rs 10,000
3) Enhance Bonus ceiling amount from Rs 3500/-
4) Pension for all.

Participate in JCTU programs

Wednesday, 2 November 2011

Tuesday, 25 October 2011


Dear Comrades,

    Your pension is under attack, The Government  through introduction of PFRDA bill in parliament, has endangered your pension, The pension fund is  to invested in share market, hence there is no guarantee of minimum pension, in order to safe guard    your pension we have to take up the Signature campaign and submit the memorandum to be submitted to the Prime Minister.  there is a need to constant monitoring so that the target is completed by 15th November 2011.


Minimum  no of participants allocated to each station for Parliament march

CHQ Faridabad
Jamnagar House New Delhi
Division I Ahmedabad
WCR Ahmedabad
Division II Ambala
NWR Chandigarh
Division III Varanasi
NR Lucknow
Division IV Chennai
SECR Chennai
Division V Ranchi
MER Patna
Division VI Nagpur
CR Nagpur
Division VII Guwahati
NER Guwahati
Division VIII Jammu
NWHR Jammu
Division IX Hyderabad
SR Hyderabad
Division X Bhubeshwar
SER Bhubeshwar
Division XI Jodhpur
WR Jaipur
Division XII Bhopal
NCR Bhopal
Division XIII Raipur
SWR Bangalore
Division XV Kolkatta
ER Kolkatta
Division XVI Bareilly
Division XVII Dharamshala
KR Trivandrum

25 Persons
10 Persons
05 Persons
05 Persons
25 Persons
15 Persons
05 Persons
10 Persons
02 Persons
02 Persons
05 Persons
05 Persons
05 Persons
05 Persons
02 Persons
05 Persons
05 Persons
05 Persons
05 Persons
05 Persons
05 Persons
15 Persons
10 Persons
10 Persons
10 Persons
05 Persons
02 Persons
05 Persons
05 Persons
15 Persons
05 Persons
02 Persons
All  Branch Committees are directed to ensure that they participate in March to Parliament on 25th November 2011 All CEC Office Bearers and  Council Members are also directed to attend.  

Sunday, 23 October 2011

To Receive SMS Messages of CEC send SMS from your mobile as

Messages from way2sms TOTOyotou SMS 'STOP DND' to 1909 dTTOO RECIVE e-Register by texting STOP DND to 1909Way2SMS doesn't Send SMS to DND registered numbers. To Receive Messages from way2sms you must de-Register by texting STOP DND to 1909.

Wednesday, 19 October 2011

CEC Meeting on 24th November 2011

All CEC  Members are directed  to attend the CEC meeting on 24th November 2011 and March to Parliament on 25th November 2011 on PFRDA

Tuesday, 18 October 2011


All BEC are requested to send the T.E. funds requirement of  your Regional Office  / Division  Office to Secretary General  AICGWBEA for taking up the matter,

a) No of Bills pending
b) Total Amount required  head wise (Plan /Non Plan/Tribal/ Hp)
c) From  which period it is pending.
d) Reasons of pending.

The above information  should reach the CHQ at the earliest

Monday, 17 October 2011



Thursday, 13 October 2011

GPF Statement

Their has been delay in isuing GPF statements to the indivisual, The CEC has taken up the matter with PAO office and the same is under preparation, It is likely  to be issued in first week of November 2011. 

Monday, 10 October 2011

Com M.RajaKumar

Sorry to inform you all Com M.RajaKumar ADCM and (Ex General Secretary BEC Div IV Chennai) passed away today,May his soul rest in peace.

AICGWBEA dips its flag for the departed soul

Tuesday, 4 October 2011

Monday, 3 October 2011

Friday, 30 September 2011

SMS Messages

We are sending SMS messages through internet The SMS messages sent by CEC  are through Way2sms or fullonsms.com, Now it shows as TD 644111 or TD 677800 to receive messages do not use DNB ( Do not Disturb me) option, If used the messages sent by CEC will not be delivered to your mobile .

 Some comrades are blocking the mesages through DNB (Donot distrurb) hence we are  unable to send the messages for these people who are having DNB in SMS mobile

Now please send SMS to your operator as " STOP DND" to 1909 so that the CEC SMS messages can be viewed by you

For registering option using SMS, for 'fully blocked category', write "START 0" and send it to 1909. For 'partially blocked category', send SMS 'START' with one or multiple options from the list of seven categories.
There are at present 7 preferences to choose from- Banking/Insurance/Financial Products/Credit Cards-1, Real Estate-2, Education-3, Health-4, Consumer goods and automobiles-5, Communication/Broadcasting/Entertainment/IT, Tourism-7.
For example: To receive messages relating to only Health products, then send SMS"START 4" to 1909. Similarly, for receiving messages relating to Real Estate and Education, send SMS "START 2,3" to 1909.
On successful registration, customer will receive an SMS confirming exercised options and a Unique Registration Number within 24 hrs. The registration will be effective within 7 days of placing the request with the service provider. The customers can check the status of their registration by clicking on

DA orders

The 58 % DA orders is likely to be issued on 3/10/2011 or 4/10/2011, According to sources

All India Consumer Price Index Number for Industrial Workers (CPI-IW) on base 2001=100 for the month of August, 2011 increased by 1 point and stood at 194 (58% DA at 189 points)

Tuesday, 27 September 2011

Transfer Policy

Posting of Husband and Wife at the same Station



General Principle of CAT on Transfer Policy

In what could well be music to the ears of government employees, the Central Administrative Tribunal (CAT) has ruled that employees on the verge of retirement should not be transferred merely because they have been posted at a particular place for a long period. While maintaining that transfer was the prerogative of administrative authorities and government servants could not claim to serve at the same station forever as a matter of right, the CAT said such a benefit should be extended to superannuating employees, to retire peacefully at a particular place after years of service.
“… It would enable a person about to retire to make arrangements for settling down with his family,” the tribunal said.


Monday, 19 September 2011

Friday, 16 September 2011




Celebrate International Action Day on 3rd October 2011.


* Public Social Security for all (Pensions and Health)

* Collective Bargaining -Collective Agreements 

* 7 hours work  per day (5 day week)

* Better wages


Trade Unions, Central & State Government. Federations , Bank Federations, LIC unions, BSNL  etc 

Thursday, 15 September 2011


The Union Cabinet today approved to increase Dearness Allowance by 7% to Central Government employees.
The rate of Dearness allowance shall be enhanced from the existing rate of 51% to 58%.
Revised rates effective from 1.7.2011.

Friday, 9 September 2011

Trade Unions Demands

Five point demands formulated jointly by the Central Trade Unions and Federations for 1) concrete measures to contain price rise 2) concrete measures for linkage of employment protection with the concession/incentive package offered to the entrepreneurs, 3) Strict enforcement of all basic labour laws without any exception or exemption and stringent punitive measures for violation of labour laws, 4) universal social security cover tor the unorganized sector workers without any restriction and creation of a NCEUS and Parliamentary Standing Committee on Labour and 5) Stoppage of disinvestment in central and state PSUs, the National Convention of Workers also demands immediate action by the Govt of India to ensure:-

No Contractorisation of work of permanent/perennial nature and till then payment of wages and benefits to the contract workers at the same rate as available to the regular workers of the industry/establishment

Minimum Wages Act to ensure universal coverage irrespective of the schedules and fixation of statutory minimum wage at not less than Rs.10,000/- per month with indexation

Remove all ceilings on payment and eligibility of Bonus, Provident Fund; Increase the quantum of gratuity.Assured Pension for all To pres the above demands and to prepare for higher level of united action, the National Convention decides to hold Countrywide multiple forms of action such as SATYAGRAH/JAIL BHARO, MASS SQUATTING etc. in all the state capitals and industrial centres on 8thNOVEMBER 2011.


DIV III Agitation

NO. CEC/Agitation/2011-13                     Dated 09.09.2011                                           

Consequent upon the decision of the competent authority conveyed by their letter dated 8.9.2011 to immediately revoke the suspension of S/Sh. Yashwant Singh, Chairman and Lal Chand Shukla, General Secretary, Div. III, Varanasi the ongoing nationwide agitation programme of the AICGWBEA is hereby adjourned untill further communication from the Central executive Committee. General Secretaries of respective BECs are advised to convey this decision among the members.  

A.K. Halder
Secretary General, AICGWBEA

Thursday, 8 September 2011


Suspension orders of Com Yashwant Singh  & Com Lal Chand Shukla revoked. AGITATIONAL PROGRAMME suspended till further orders. 


Workers Unity Zindabad

Wednesday, 31 August 2011


  Revocation of  suspension orders of Com Yashwant Singh Chairman  and Com Lal Chand Shukla General Secretary of  Division III Varanasi  

   Suspension of Shri Nand  Kishore Rawath AAO ,Shri S.N Singh AEE and  Shri M.S.Rathore Executive Engineer

      Holding of impartial inquiry into the matter
    Cancel  the transfer orders issued in violation 
    of  transfer norms



01ST September to
7th September
Lunch Hour demonstration and
wearing of Black Badges
containing Charter of Demands

8th September to
13th September

Work to Rule & Dharna during Lunch Hour

14th September to
19th September
Pen down  and
Dharna during Lunch Hour

20th September
till demands are fulfilled

Total Strike and Dharna
at all BECs and Headquarters office


Resolution copy

 The CEC Meeting held on 30th August  2011, and  after examining the facts of the case of manhandling of the Office Bearers of the Association  of DIV III Varanasi  it was decided to have   agitation  programme in connection with the incidents  of suspension  at BEC DIV III Varanasi with immediate effect from 1/9/2011 till the demands of the   CEC are met out The demands are
a)      Revocation of  suspension orders of Com Yashwant Singh Chairman  and Com Lal Chand Shukla General Secretary of  Division III Varanasi  
b)      Suspension of Shri Nand  Kishore Rawath AAO ,Shri S.N Singh AEE and Executive Engineer Shri M.S.Rathore
c)      Holding of impartial inquiry into the matter.

The facts of the case are

  Com  Yashwant Singh Chairman  and Com Lal Chand Shukla General Secretary of  Division III Varanasi   went to Executive Engineer’s chamber  at  Executive Engineer’s invitation on 18/8/2011 at 1.15 pm to discuss  the pending bills like Medical, Tuition, Washing allowance, Transport Allowance, FEA, TA and   etc. of Employees of DIV III  Varanasi  which are long awaited , In some cases the same are pending for more than four years . The matter was also discussed  in the  5th Regional Council meeting held  on 9/8/2011.  In which the Regional Director CGWB NR Lucknow directed the concerned to pass the pending bills immediately and minutes of the meeting of the  said  Regional Council was sent by FAX to Executive Engineer on   18/8/2011 at around 12 noon  for implementation . .  

 Instead of taking action on the pending bills the Officers concerned manhandled the Association office bearers without any provocation. Where they approached for payment   

 The emergency CEC Meeting held on 30/8/2011of AICGWBEA strongly condemned the manhandling of Association Office Bearers at Division III Varanasi by Officers and demanded immediate Revocation of   suspension orders issued to  Com Yashwant Singh Chairman  and Com Lal Chand Shukla General Secretary of  Division III Varanasi respectively  

The CEC meeting also  taken a note of  that Violation of Transfer norms  taking place since  a year which should be stopped forthwith.

 All BEC’s are directed to hold protest action against this manhandling by holding General Body/Gate  meetings from  1st September   2011 and pass resolution   demanding revocation of   suspension orders issued to  Com Yashwant Singh Chairman  and Com Lal Chand Shukla General Secretary of  Division III Varanasi & abolish the Violation of Transfer norms

     The  resolution should be addressed to Chairman CGWB and the Copy of the resolution should  be sent to The Director (Admn)  CGWB CHQ Faridabad.,  with an endorsement to The Secretary General AICGWBEA and Organizing Secretary AICGWBEA   camp Bangalore  further endorsements to the dignitaries which marked the copies for information. Now its the time to show our unity Workers Unity Zindabad 

            The Secretary General AICGWBEA has wrote a letter to the Chairman, CGWB on these issues and enclosed therewith the agitational programme. The same is also being circulated and you are advised to follow the programme schedule circulated by the Secretary General  strictly Daily reports regarding agitational programme should be sent  to the undersigned and all concerned

The text of Resolution and covering letter needs to be addressed to the Chairman, CGWB is enclosed .

Comradely yours

Organizing Secretary

BEC/          /2011                                                                       Dated: 1/9/2011

The Chairman
Central Ground Water Board
Camp Faridabad  
        I am enclosing a copy of resolution adopted by the  General Body meeting of  Employees of Branch Executive Committee of  BEC               held on  1/9/2011 for kind  immediate  necessary action at your end please . 

                                                                                                    Yours faithfully 

                                                                                                  (General Secretary

The General Body meeting of Employees of Branch Executive Committee                                held on 1/9/2011 has unanimously resolved to strongly condemn the manhandling of Association Office Bearers ie. Com. Yashwant Singh Chairman  and Com. Lal Chand Shukla General Secretary  of  Division III Varanasi  by Shri Nand  Kishore Rawath AAO ,Shri S.N Singh AEE and Executive Engineer Shri M.S.Rathore,.

It is also unanimously resolved to  demand forthwith withdrawal of suspension orders fore with issued to Com Yashwant Singh Chairman  and Com Lal Chand Shukla General Secretary of  Division III Varanasi. 
It is also demanded that an impartial inquiry should be held  and punish the culprits  
The house also resolved to demand canceling the transfer orders issued in violation of transfer norms.

            (Chairman)                                                                 (General Secretary )
Copy to

 1) The Secretary Ministry of Water Resources  Sharam Shakthi Bhavan New Delhi
 2)  The Director (Admn) CGWB CHQ Faridabad., for necessary action
 3) The Secretary General AICGWBEA camp Faridabad for information
 4) Organizing Secretary AICGWBEA camp  Bangalore 

FAX numbers.

1) The Secretary MOWRNew Delhi Fax number : 011-23731553
 2)  The Chariman CGWB Fax number : 0129-2412524
 3) The Director (Admn) CGWB :0129 -2418518
 3) The Secretary General AICGWBEA Fax number ;0129-2413121
 4) Organizing Secretary AICGWBEA  Fax number 080-22586940/22587256