EXTENDED CIRCLE WORKING COMMITTEE DECIDES TO BUILD UP STRONG MOVEMENT CIRCLEWIDE AFTER ACHIEVING HUGE MEMBERSHIP
Two day's Extended Circle Working Committee has concluded to day in Kolkata with the decision to build up a fresh wave of vehement trade union movement against the present attitude and reluctance of the Circle Administration on almost all staff benefit issues, especially on issues like North Presidency, Alipore H.O., Darjeeling etc.
The Extended CWC, enriched by the deliberations of Com. Pranab Bhattacharya and Com. Tapan Dasgupta on the first day, deeply analysed the latest situation after membership verification and the organisational position. Indeed it is very refreshing that among deliberate confusions from media and other sources, NFPE HAS SUCCESSFULLY SECURED EVEN LARGER MEMBERSHIP IN WEST BENGAL CIRCLE, DESPITE RETIREMENT AND RETRENCHMENT.
The CWC has decided to launch movement of higher intensity over the inaction of the C.O. We shall not let them play with our resentment indefinitely at their will. They will be made to realise once again that we are not at their mercy, we are indispensable for the department. The movement will be advanced to any level if they do not feel the necessity of amicable settlement.
On 13th May, this Thursday, a stay-in demonstration is to be held at big offices & zonal levels from 1 P.M. to 5 P.M. on 11 point charter of demand already circulated to the divisional leadership. A resolution will be adopted from the program and be sent to the Chief PMG by fax. A copy should be sent to Circle Union. The text of the resolution is given below :
Resolution Dated 13.05.2010.
This mass demonstration of NFPE Group of Unions, .......... Division / Unit expresses its strongest grievance and resentment over the inaction of the Circle Administration on different staff matters --- North Presidency, Alipore H.O. and Darjeeling in particular. Despite recording serious protest by our unions, the administration is resorting to different intrigues rather than settling the complications harmoniously.
Be it resolved that if the Circle Administration does not change its present stance of ignoring the staff sentiment and underestimating the graveness of our resentment, all cross-sections of Postal employees will be compelled to launch Circlewide unprecedented trade union movement to achieve the demands.
Be it further resolved that a copy of this resolution will be sent to the Chief Postmaster General, West Bengal Circle, demanding visible action within a reasonable time.
(Signature of the President of the meeting)