Monday, January 20, 2014

GLORIOUS CIRCLE CONFERENCES OF NATIONAL UNIONS KARNATAKA CIRCLE



The 22nd circle combined Circle Conferences of NAPE, GROUP C,NUPE, POSTMEN &GROUPD& MTSAND NUGDS Started on 19th January 2014 at Sri Tirumala Kalyana Mantapam,Malur,Kolar District.
A mammoth Procession was taken in the main streets of Malur with the slogans of 7th CPC and other demands of CG employees ans Postal workers. The grand open session started in the afternoon of 19th with the invocation by Sri N.Srinath .Sri Chennakeshava, Chairman ,reception committee presided over the open session. Sri B.Sivakumar,Circle Secretary,NAPEC Welcomed the guests and invitees. Sri K.H.Muniappa, Honorable Minister of State for small scale Industries Govt of India inaugurated the open session by lighting the lamp. The General Secretaries of PIII,PIV ,GDS participated in the lighting ceremony. In his address the honorable minister praised the services of the Department of Posts and its employees to the public and the minister said it is the Disciplined Department. He assured his support to the Demands of the Postal Employees .Sri P.U.Muralidharan submitted memorandum to the Minister on the GDS issued to include them in the purviev of 7th CPC.Sri D.Kishan Rao General Secretary,NAPEC explained the Developments in the department  and sought for the support of the Minister for Post bank of India, DA merger and other Demands of CG employees.Sri T.N.Rahate,General secretary,PIV.Sri P.U.Muralidharan,GS NUGDS also addressed the mammoth gathering The otherprominent speakers were S.N.Raghunath,Secretary KPCC,Sri  Chennakeshava,  Chairman,reception Committee and leaders of public importance.

On 20th the subjects committtes of three unions started and in session



HUNGERFAST ON 5TH FEBRUARY POSTPONNED

AS THE CASUAL LABOR WAGE REVISION & REGULARIZATION IS ONE OF THE MAIN  DEMANDS OF FEBRUARY 12TH &13TH TWO DAYS STRIKE AND ALL THE SGs& GS s ARE FULLY INVOLVED IN CAMPAIGN PROGRAMMES ,HUNGER FAST PROGRAMME IN FRONT OF DIRECTORATE BY ALL GENERAL SECRETARIES IS POSTPONED

GENERAL SECRETARY