The AUAB meeting held today, the 25th January, 2019 has decided to organise a three day strike from 18.02.2019. The decisions of the AUAB meeting, and also the charter of demands are as below:
Considering various ground realities, the meeting decided to call on all the Executives and Non-Executives of BSNL to go on a three day strike from 18.02.2019.
Street corner meetings are to be organised throughout the country for 5 days from 11.02.2019, and mobilise the support of the general public for the strike demands.
Press meetings are to be organised at circle and district levels on 12 or 13 February.
To meet all political parties, for mobilising their support for the demands especially, the revival of BSNL.
Implementation of 3rd Pay Revision with 15% fitment.
Allotment of 4G spectrum to BSNL, as per the proposals submitted by the BSNL Management.
Revision of pension to BSNL retirees w.e.f. 01.01.2017.
Payment of pension contribution by BSNL as per the government rule.
Settlement of the left out issues of the 2nd Pay Revision Committee.
a) Approval for BSNL’s Land Management Policy without any delay.
b) Expeditiously complete the mutation and the process of transferring of all assets to BSNL, as per the Cabinet decision taken on the eve of the formation of BSNL.
Extend financial support to BSNL, to ensure financial viability, as per the decision taken by the Group of Ministers, at the time of formation of BSNL. Issue letter of comfort for BSNL’s proposals for taking bank loans.
Scrap the proposal for outsourcing for the maintenance of BSNL’s mobile towers.
AIBDPA FULLY SUPPORTS THE DECISION AND CALLS UPON ALL ITS UNITS PARTICIPATE IN THE CAMPAIGN BY THE AUAB UNITS AND TO ORGANIZE SOLIDARITY DHARNA/ DEMONSTRATION DURING THE STRIKE.
Yes we are watching that DOT always creating hurdles in settling revision of pension of pensioners who belonged to DOT and then absorbed in BSNL with the condition that their all rights will be secured like pension DA medical etc and at par with centre employees from to time. Then why such treatment ….
VAN NAMBOODIRI said:
It is the anti-worker, anti-pensioner, anti-psu policy of the government. Modi government wants austerity measures for its workers and pensioners. It has got only corporate interest. We have to realise this fact.