All preparations are going on for making the Parliament March on 22nd February to be successful. About 2,500 workers will be participating. The March will start from Eastern Court, BSNL Corporate Office, and will culminate in a Rally at Jantar Mantar / Parliament Street. Coms. A.K.Padmanabhan, Vice-President CITU and Tapan Sen, M.P., General Secretary CITU will address the rally. All circle secretaries should inform Secretary General BSNLCCWF (Mob. No. 9433009450) about the actual number of participants from their circle and the dates of their arrival and departure.
Massive preparation is going on for the programme of March to Parliament to be held on 22nd February 2017. It is reported that about 5,000 casual and contract workers will participate coming from 20 circles in this programme. BSNLEU has extended full support to the March and their members will also participate along with BSNL casual and contract workers. State level Conventions, Rallies, March to CGMT office, Labour Commissioner etc. are being organised in preparation of the Parliament March. Good response is being received from the casual contract workers for donation collection to meet the expenditure of the March.
BSNLCCWF has arranged accommodation at Garhwal Bhawan, Kali Bari and Ambedkar Bhawan for the outstation participants for 21st February only. The March will start at 10.00 AM from Eastern Court after submission of Memorandum to CMD BSNL and will march to Parliament Street / Jantar Mantar. Com. Tapan Sen M.P., General Secretary CITU, P. Abhimanyu, General Secretary, BSNLEU, Animesh Mitra, Secretary General BSNLCCWF will address and Com. V.A.N.Namboodiri President BSNLCCWF will preside.
Please join the March en mass with the Union Red Flag, festoons, Banners etc. with the demands.
Centre has printed and circulated posters in Hindi and English for wide campaign amongst the members.
Make the Parliament March a big success.
Secretary General BSNLCCWF
BSNL Casual and Contract Workers along with BSNL employees will March to Parliament on 22nd February 2017 on the demands of Regularisation, Implementation of Minimum Wage, EPF, ESI, Gratuity, Govt. minimum pay scale for casual labour etc. About 2000 workers are expected to participate coming from all parts of the country.
This is a fight for justice to the exploited workers. All BSNL employees and executives should support the fully justified struggle.
Make March to Parliament a big success!
Thousands and thousands of Central Government employees marched to Parliament today, 28th April 2015, demanding the settlement of their demands by the Central Government. Such a big demonstration is rarely seen. The leaders of the Central Got. employees including Coms. Shiv Gopal Mishra(AIRF)M.Krishnan, K.K.N.Kutty(Confederation) and other leaders addressed.
It was declared by the leaders that Indefinite strike will take place from 23 November 2015, if the issues are not settled.
Lakhs of Central Government Employees will be marching to Parliament on 28th April 2015 focusing their demands including Merger of DA with Pay, Interim relief, early submission of CPC report etc.
It is time that the government take immediate action on these issues.
MARCH TO PARLIAMENT
DELHI CHALO !
28TH APRIL 2015
FIVE LAKHS CENTRAL GOVT. EMPLOYEES MARCH TO PARLIAMENT.
CLARION CALL OF JCM NATIONAL COUNCIL STAFF SIDE
FOR SETTLEMENT OF TEN POINTS CHARTER OF DEMANDS.
INDEFINITE STRIKE IF DEMANDS ARE NOT SETTLED BY GOVT.
RAILWAY FEDERATIONS, DEFENCE FEDERATIONS AND CONFEDERATION OF CENTRAL GOVT. EMPLOYEES AND WORKERS WILL SPEARHEAD THE NATIONWIDE STRUGGLE.
A March to Parliament by the Central Government employees, including Railways, Defence and Postal will be held on 28th April 2015 on the demands raised by the Confederation and other Federations. The demands include VII CPC recommendations to be effected from 01-01-2014, Merger of DA with Pay, Interim Relief, Stop FDI in Railways and Defence, No corporatisation of Postal Services etc.
We fully support the struggle of the Central Government employees.
The massive Parliament March by BSNL Employees demanding immediate steps for Revival of BSNL will take place tomorrow, 25th February 2015. Hundreds of comrades from distant places have already reached New Delhi. They have brought many big bundles of Memorandum to Prime Minister signed by lakhs of people in their area.
The March will start from the BSNL Corporate Office premises at 10.30 hours and will proceed to the Parliament. If the police stop the same on the way, the meeting will be held there itself. Many MPs and TU leaders have agreed to come and address the Rally.
All participating comrades are requested to reach Corporate office in time to participate in the March. Strict discipline should be maintained in the march and the rally. Comrades should leave the venue only after the rally is over.
Let us make the programme a memorable one.
A meeting of the Forum of the BSNL Unions/Associations is meeting today, 5th February 2015 at BSNLMS Office Delhi at 03.00 PM to finalise the programme for the Parliament March on 25th February demanding Revival of BSNL and connected issues.
All Unions have been requested to participate. The BSNL Management has called for a meeting with the Forum at 03.00 PM on 9th February on the same issue. All unions are expected to participate.
Thousands of Postal Employees organised a massive Parliament March today, 4th December 2014, focusing the long pending demands of the workers and demanding settlement of the same as per the call of NFPE, FNPO and unions of GDS. They marched towards parliament and was stopped at Parliament Street, where the meeting was held. Com. A.K.Padmanabhan, CITU President, inaugurated the same. Central trade Union leaders, leaders of Confederation and Postal Unions addressed the rally.
More than 20,000 Postal workers are expected to March to the Parliament today, 4th December 2014, to press their major demands, which are pending for long time and which the government have either rejected or is delaying in taking decisions. The March has been called by both NFPE and FNPO as also Unions of Gramin Dak Sevaks, affiliated to NFPE and FNPO, the two recognised Federations in the Department of Posts.
The demands include inclusion of Gramin Dak Sevaks under 7th Central Pay Commission and grant of status of civil servants, Casual Wage Revision, Merger of DA with Pay, Grant of Interim Relief, Scrap New Pension Scheme, Compassionate Ground Appointments, Cadre Restructuring, Filling up of Vacant Posts etc.
It is stated by the Postal Federations that decision has been taken to go for Indefinite Strike in February 2015, the dates for which will be announced in the Parliament March.
We fully support the demands of the Postal Workers and extend all solidarity. We also demand the government and Department of Posts to accept the fully justified demands raised by the Postal Federations.