Saturday, July 22, 2017

Successful Convention of Postal Co-ordination Committee.
3rd Convention of Postal Co-ordination Committee (NFPE) held today at Subarno Banik Samaj Hall, Kolkata. Com. Bijoy Gopal Sur, President hoisted the Red Flag of NFPE. Then leadership like Circle Presidents, Circle Secretaries and All India Office bearers paid floral tributes to matyrs’ column. Convention was well attended.
A beautiful mass song sang by Dak- Di- Purobe the cultural team of East Kolkata Divn before the starting of open session. Presidum consisting Com. Bijoy Gopal Sur, Com. Shyam Sunder Dey, Com. Surya Roy and Com. Nirmal Ch. Dey presided over the Convention. Com. Anadi Sahoo, State Secretary, CITU, West Bengal inaugurated the Convention. He narrated the onslaughts of neoliberal economic policies and also divisive role of Central Govt. He made frantic call to develop further unity of the entire Working Class. Amongst other speakers were Com. Pijush Roy, General Secretary, CGCC, West Bengal, Com. Krishna Kanta Gupta, Asstt. General Secretary, Central Govt. Pensioner Association. They highlighted on attack of Central Govt. on Govt. departments, our legitimate demands, social security. Secretary placed the reports. Com. Sanjoy Chakraborty placed financial report. Secretary, Postal Co-ordination Committee replied the points raised in the Convention. Comrades like Com. Goutam Kundugrami (PWU), Com. Sriram Ojha (DAP), Com. Ganesh Ch. Das (Admn.) , Com. Amit Mondal (RMS DRM), Com. Sukumar Bose (GDS), Com. Manas Khatua P4), Com. Prosenjit Saha (R3), Com. Amarjit Banerjee (SBCO), Com. Tarun Panja (R4), Com. Asit Bangbas (P3) and Com. Sudip Sen (P3) discussed based on report. Sri Sanjeev Ranjan, Postmaster General, South Bengal Region attended as Chief Guest. After felicitation he described the ongoing changes now in Postal department and made frantic call to all to face present challenges. Com. Tapan Dasgupta, Joint Convener, 12th July Committee advised us how to build up proper trade union in this crucial time. Fanally, Com. Asit Das told to organize more unitedly, so that Postal Co-ordination Committee can face present crisis.         

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