Friday, October 31, 2014

For Respected Comrades Visiting Dwarka in Diamond jubilee celebration on 23-24 November, 2014

Dear Comrades,
Reception Committee welcomes all Legend Leaders, Central Working Committee Members of all affiliated unions of uNFPE and invited guests at Dwarka. 

Kindly consider following instructions:

1. There is nice and adequate arrangement at the venue of the function to accommodate all CWC participants and invited guests. Double bad rooms will be shared by four members. Each union will be provided rooms considering eligible CWC participants and they have to adjust accordingly.

2. We have booked whole building having 58 two bad rooms and 8 four bad rooms at the venue. There is no spare or extra rooms in which any comrade coming with family or additional members can be accommodated. So any member coming with extra person or family has to book, at own cost, another accommodation elsewhere. A room @Rs. 200 to 400 can be easily procured even by a stranger. It will be easily and readily available near Dwarka temple itself and Reception Committee will also help in this. Advance arrangement can be done if email showing no.of person and room requirements is sent in advance to :

3. All (except special invitee only) members will pay Rs.1000/- as Delegation Fee. A memorable momentum, bag and other materials includung passes for Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner will be given. Reception commiittee incurres catering expenditure @Rs.600/- per person. For those who takes accomodatiin elsewhere will be given passes only @Rs.500/-.

4. Accommodation will be available  from 11:00 a.m. on 22-11-14 and all rooms shall have to be vacated latest by 8:00 a.m. on 25-11-14. For Gujarat circle working committee members accommodation can be available only from 23-11-14 morning and up to 24th noon.

5. There is strict restriction in Gujarat on consumption of alcohol. No liquor will be allowed. This wiliWillisl be strickly observed. Particularly Dwarka being pilgrimage place, no Nonveg food can be prepared or allowed.

6. All delegates from all unions of Gujarat coming in Circle working committee meetings or as visitors will pay Rs.500/- as delegate fees. No exceptions for anyone except specially invited guests. Momeno will be given only to CWC members of all circle unions through their CS only.

7. This is our own function. It is our joint venture. Till advertisements are not coming. All DS outside Gujarat are requested to send at least two advertisements. All divisions in Gujarat should now take all pains to procure advertisements as many as possible.

Special preparay:
a special warm farewell will be given to Respected Comrade M. Krishnan to acknowledge his dedicated and glittering role as a leader of NFPE and to wish him for successful performance as S.G. Confederation of C.G. Employees.

All C.S. can come with preparation to regiser their presence in this program. This farewell will be given by all CHQs.

Again, with warm welcome to all

Rashmin Purohit
CS P.3 & working Chairman
Reception Committee

We remember Sardar with respect and proud on his Birth Anniversary, as an architect of united India

Wednesday, October 29, 2014

Please cooperate in Procurement of advertisements

Wednesday, October 29, 2014


Preparation for the Grand Final Celebration of NFPE Diamond Jubilee is going on in full swing in Dwarka (Gujarat) under the leadership of reception committee. CHQs of all affiliated unions/Associations (P3, P4, R3, R4, Admin, Postal Accounts, SBCO, GDS) of NFPE had already issued notice for the central Working committee on 23rd & 24thNovember 2014. NFPE CHQ has invited all Ex-All India Leaders to the Diamond Jubilee celebrations. Reception Committee will honour all leaders.

Please Help Receiption Committee
Gujarat is a small Circle. Total expenditure for the celebration will be around 15 Lakh rupees. Receiption Committee has already requested all Circle/Divisional secretaries to help them by collecting maximum advertisements for the souvenir. Tariff and order forms are already sent. Please collect maximum amount as advertisement and send it to Reception Committee before 15th November 2014.

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Gujarat Circle, Ahmedabad

No. P3/Cyclone precautions/14. 
Dtd. 29-10-14
Gujarat Circle, Ahmadabad

Sub: Preparations to face cyclone in costal area of Saurashtra kuchchh Daman and Diu etc.

Respected sir,
The cyclonic storm Nilofar is slowly approaching the coasts of Gujarat. According to the India Meteorological Department (IMD), by the morning of 28 October, it is about 1,120 km southwest of Naliya in Gujarat, 1,160 south-southwest of Karachi in Pakistan and 840 km east-southeast of Salalah in Oman. Reportedly, it will move north-northwestwards in the next 18 hours and is expected to cross north Gujarat and the coast of Pakistan by the forenoon of 1 November. According to IMD, the coastal districts of the areas such as Saurashtra and Kutch are likely to face the heavy to very heavy rainfalls. IMD has also forecasted that the speed of the winds is reaching 45-55 kmph and will increase to 65 kmph by 31 October. Similarly, it will become 80-90 kmph gusting to 100 kmph till the time of the landfall.
After the forecast by the Indian Meteorological department (IMD) about the approaching Nilofar cyclone, Gujarat will shift the people to safer places who are living in the coastal areas. The authorities have told the media that the state has started moving people to safer zones. As per media reports, the related authorities have informed the ports along the coast of Gujarat to be prepared in advance for any eventuality. Anandiben Patel, Chief Minister of Gujarat has also said that the state government is prepared to encounter and face the storm.
It is required to immediately access the situation and consider whether Post offices in the notified area may be kept close on 31st October and whether Special leave can be granted to the employees of area which is likely to face danger of cyclone. Pl issue suitable instructions in the matter, informing staff side.
With regards

Yours Sincerely

Rashmin purohit

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Friday, October 24, 2014

All DS, Members and All affiliated unions now concentrate on procurement of advertisements for Souvenir

Dear Comrades,
Wish you all a very happy, prosperous and meaningful new year.

You all are aware, we are very close to a magnificent concluding function of Diamond Jubilee Celebration of NFPE to be held at Dwarka on 23-24 November 2014.

As discussed in Rajkot CWC on 31st August '14, all divisions has to immediately clear all outstanding quota, send special contribution of Rs.5000 or 11000 and procure as many advertisements as possible.

Comrades, unless all divisions very actively go ahead without any excuses and on top priority, we can't manage huge expenditure for the function. Unfortunately, except 5 divisions, no division has send contribution. Not a single division has started to procure advertisements and very few has cleared quota. All DS have been given all details in writing about arrears of their quota. What is justification to go in arrears? Please take this very seriously and join hands unitedly for successful program at Dwarka.

All affiliated unions are also requested to gear up their efforts as this is our joint venture. All may now pay up their contribution as decided in primary meeting at Jamnagar. 

CS has now one option. He will personally visit all divisions, push initiatives for obtaining advertisements and personally collect amounts of contribution and outstanding quota up to 30:09:14. Circle President and CS will commence visits from 26th instant.

Circle Council meeting of all affiliated Circle Unions including AIPEU Gr C will also be held on 23-24 November at Dwarka. Notice will be sent soon. Please be prepared.

Please send your suggestions and feedbacks.

Tuesday, October 21, 2014


                   One year long nationwide Diamond Jubilee Celebrations of National Federation of Postal Employees (NFPE) which commenced on 24th November 2013 at New Delhi is coming to a grand finish on 23rd and 24th November 2014 at Dwarka (Gujarat).  NFPE has already celebrated the Golden Jubilee of Postal Trade Union movement in the year 2004 at Thiruvananthapuram, marking the 100th year of establishing “Postal Club” at Kolkata by Late Com. Babu Tarapada Mukherjee, the founder father of Postal Trade Union, which was later on converted by him as All India Postal and RMS Employees Union.  NFPTE was formed on 24th November 1954, in a massive convention held at Vinay Nagar, New Delhi.  After bi-furcation of Postal and Telecom, the name of Postal Federation is changed as NFPE.
                   When we celebrate 60th year of our glorious organisation, we should pledge to re-dedicate ourselves not only for fighting for the cause of five lakhs Postal and RMS employees including Gramin Dak Sevaks but also for the cause of entire Central Government employees and the suffering masses of our country and the world.
                   We should inherit the legacy of our great leaders and follow their footsteps - their dedication, commitment, sacrifice, knowledge, militancy, courage, honesty, concern and respect for the fellow workers and seniors, giving topmost priority to individual grievances, democratic and transparent functioning, oraganisational discipline, building up trade union consciousness, social consciousness, political consciousness and above all class consciousness.
                   We have been fighting against the neo-liberal policies of the Government, right from its beginning from 1991 onwards.  We conducted many heroic struggle against downsizing, outsourcing, contractorisation and privatization.  We succeeded in compelling the Government to lift the ban on recruitment and filling up of all vacancies, we succeeded in preventing the Government from implementing its order for closure of 9797 Post offices, we succeeded in halting Mckinsey recommendations and Mail Network Optimisation Project (MNOP) for closure of about 300 RMS Offices.  We could successfully prevent the Government from amending the Indian Post Office Act and giving license to multi-national courier services.   Our fight for emancipation of three lakhs Gramin Dak Sevaks has not yet reached its finality.  We have to complete our unfinished task.
                   Seventh Central Pay Commission has commenced its work.  Our demands for DA merger, Interim Relief, Inclusion of GDS under 7th CPC, date of effect from 01-01-2014, scrapping of new pension scheme, parity in pension etc. are still pending. Government, whether it is UPA or NDA, is totally negative to our genuine demands.  Our struggle under the banner of NFPE and Confederation of Central Government Employees and Workers is to be further intensified.
                   Eventhough we have submitted detailed memorandum to 7th CPC for better wages and service conditions, neither the 7th CPC nor the Government shall concede our demands, unless we mobilize the workers at all levels in a serious and determined manner and create sanction behind our demands.

                   Thus the message of Diamond Jubilee of NFPE is loud and clear.  We have to continue our struggle against the anti-labour, anti-people policies of the Government, we has to fight against the neo-liberal reforms in the Central Government employees sector, we have to conduct bigger form of trade union action including indefinite strike for realization of the demands of the Central Government employees and Postal employees including Gramin Dak Sevaks.  We shall not rest till the dreams of our founder leaders are fulfilled.

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Monday, October 20, 2014

Happy Diwali festival and 
New Year

AIPE Union Group'C' Gujarat Circle conveys heartiest wishes for a very happy festival of Diwali and New Year.

Let us unitedly stand for cause of Central Government Employees.

Let us serve people of our country with best possible efforts.

Let us have a clean country, clean city, clean office, clean house, clean body, clean thoughts, clean life....

Tuesday, October 7, 2014

About World Post Day

9 October

World Post Day is celebrated each year on 9 October, the anniversary of the establishment of the Universal Postal Union (UPU) in 1874 in the Swiss capital, Berne. It was declared World Post Day by the UPU Congress held in Tokyo, Japan, in 1969.


The purpose of World Post Day is to create awareness of the role of the postal sector in people’s and businesses’ everyday lives and its contribution to the social and economic development of countries. The celebration encourages member countries to undertake programme activities aimed at generating a broader awareness of their Post’s role and activities among the public and media on a national scale.

New products and services

Every year, more than 150 countries celebrate World Post Day in a variety of ways. In certain countries, World Post Day is observed as a working holiday. Many Posts use the event to introduce or promote new postal products and services. Some Posts also use World Post Day to reward their employees for good service.
In many countries, philatelic exhibitions are organized and new stamps and date cancellation marks are issued. Other activities include the display of World Post Day posters in post offices and other public places, open days at post offices, mail centers and postal museums, the holding of conferences, seminars and workshops, as well as cultural, sport and other recreational activities. Many postal administrations issue special souvenirs such as T-shirts and badges.