Wednesday, April 22, 2015

Problems of Bhavnagar division were anticipated. Circle Union takes up with regional administration.

Hon.Director of Postal services
Rajkot region, Rajkot 360001

Date: 23-4-15

Respected sir,
Namaskar. Kindly go through attached letter of Divisional Secretary AIPEU Group'C' Bhavnagar division dated 20-4-15 regarding inactive approach of SSP Bhavnagar in the matter of sanctioning various types of personal claims. Staff side was already worried about such type of pains creating administrative methods of this SSP since his transfer from the post of SSRM Ahmedabad to the post of SSP Bhavnagar before few months because of several folded and unfolded reasons which are very well known to circle and regional administration. 

We can't understand how one officer pro-actively handles power of his jurisdiction in quite different way from all other similar officers! That appears to be a case of negative psychosis.

It is requested to see to the background as discussed above and advise the officer concerned to change his approach. That will help in maintaining positive and productive platform which we need the most in the present era of upgrading various public services.

It is also requested to issue clear instructions for sanction of all pending personal claims immediately.

Urging response,

Yours sincerely

Rashmin Purohit


No. P-III/03/2015. Dtd.20.04.2015.
Sr. Superintendents of POs,
Bhavnagar Division,
Bhavnagar รข€“ 364 001.
Sub:-  Regarding non sanction of GPF, Children education Allowance bills, TA Bills, LTC Bills etc.

Respected Sir,

In our division, our union believes in peaceful relation with administration. But after assumption of the charge of Sr. Superintendents of POs, Bhavnagar by your kind honour. All the above bills are not sanction/grant since last one and half months. Our staff is agitating due to this reason.

It is therefore requested, kindly to grant all the bills without undue delay and extend your co-operation with the staff side, so that peace and harmony continuously maintain from both side.

Early action in this regard is requested.

 Yours faithfully,
( K A Chudasama)
 Divisional Secretary
Bhavnagar 364001
Copy to :-
Sh R D Purohit, Circle Secretary, At PSD, Ahmedabad 380 001 for inf & N/a

He who does 'union baji' in college doesn't come here.. we also worry about our System Admins and DHs also who really lives like robotics. They also learn lesson from the lecture of Hon.PM and spare quality time with family...

Modi to Bureaucrats: Don't be Robotic, Spend Quality Time With Family

Published: 21st April 2015 09:40 PM
Last Updated: 21st April 2015 09:40 PM
NEW DELHI: Prime Minister Narendra Modi today advised bureaucrats not live like robots and spend quality time with their families.
"You are very good at time management but do you spend quality time with your family. Please think about this," he said.
Modi asked bureaucrats to imagine whether or not their life has become "robotic". "If it has happened than this impacts the whole government and system. We can't be robotic. That can't be our life," the Prime Minister said during an hour-long interaction with civil servants at the 9th Civil Services Day function at Vigyan Bhawan.
Giving a pep talk to the officers, Modi said none of them should look withered.
"It is not that your life should become like a file. If a government is there, files will be there, there is no alternative. It (file) is your 2nd 'ardhang' (better half). If you do not care about life, it will get stuck in files," the Prime Minister said.
Modi said he needed bureaucrats who are full of energy.
"I have never been to Mussoorie (the location of Lal Bahadur Shastri Academy of Administration where all-India services officers are trained). But is it there that one should very serious, one should be carrying the world's burden?
"Why are you sitting like that? I am not going to ask you to do any new work," Modi said, taking a dig at taut-looking officers, evoking peals of laughter.
"You read a lot. You must have read books written by the best people in the world. You are basically of this nature and that's why you are here. He who does 'union baji' in college doesn't come here. He who is lost in books come here," he said, evoking a huge round of applause.
He said the government's work is not only to run departments. "We have to innovative, modernise within the department as well," the Prime Minister said.
Modi also asked bureaucrats to follow the principle of 'Sheelam Param Bhushanam' (character is the highest virtue)-motto of the Mussoorie-based training institute.