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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