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LETTER ISSUED BY SECRETARY GENERAL, FNPO

Wednesday, 15 February 2017



STRIKE NOTICE SERVED TO DEPARTMENT


Saturday, 11 February 2017

Central Civil Services (Leave Travel Concession) Rules, 1988 – Fulfillment of procedural requirements- Clarification reg.

No.31011/3/2015-Estt.(A.IV)
Government of India
Ministry of Personnel, Public Grievances and Pensions
Department of Personnel and Training
Establishment A-IV Desk

North Block, New Delhi-110001
Dated February 9, 2017

OFFICE MEMORANDUM

Subject:- Central Civil Services (Leave Travel Concession) Rules, 1988 – Fulfillment of procedural requirements- Clarification reg.

The undersigned is directed to refer to para 8 and 9 of the Guidelines enclosed in this Department’s O.M. of even number dated 18.2.2016 on the above noted subject and to say that the issues have been revisited. It has been decided that the cases where a Government servant travels on LTC upto the nearest airport/railway station/ bus terminal by authorized mode of transport and undertakes rest of the journey to the declared place of visit by private transport/ own arrangement (such as personal vehicle or private taxi etc.), may be dealt with as follows:-

(a) In all such cases the Government servant may be required to submit a declaration that he and the members of the family in respect of whom the claim is submitted have indeed travelled upto the declared place of visit.

(b) If a public transport is available in a particular area, the Government servant will be reimbursed the fare admissible for journey by otherwise entitled mode of public transport from the nearest airport/railway station/bus terminal to the declared place of visit by shortest direct route.

(c) In case, there is no public transport available in a particular stretch of journey, the Government servant may be reimbursed as per his entitlement for journey on transfer for a maximum limit of 100 Kms covered by the private/personal transport based on a self-certification from the Government servant. Beyond this, the expenditure shall be borne by the Government servant.

(d) Furnishing of false information will attract disciplinary action under the CCS(CCA) Rules, 1965.

Note: For the purpose of these rules, the expression ‘Public Transport” means all vehicles, including trains and airplanes operated by the Tourism Development Corporations in the Public Sector, State Transport Corporations and Transport services run by other Government or local bodies.

sd/-
(Surya Narayan Jha)
Under Secretary to the Government of India



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Friday, 10 February 2017

Higher allowances and minimum pay under the 7th Pay Commission have been the major bone of contention among majority of the central government employees.

7th Pay Commission: Govt not to hike minimum pay, higher allowances to be paid from (NOT KNOWN YET)
New Delhi, Feb 8: In a setback to central government employees, Centre has decided not to hike minimum pay under the 7th Pay Commission recommendations.

Higher allowances and minimum pay under the 7th Pay Commission have been the major bone of contention among majority of the central government employees. The government seems in no mood to increase minimum pay of Rs 18,000 under the 7th Pay Commission. Though the government is expected to announce higher allowances in March, it had no plan to give allowances in arrears from August.

The government has fixed the minimum pay at a meagre Rs 18,000 in the 7th Pay Commission. In the 6th Pay Commission, the basic pay was Rs 7,000. The government multiplied it by 2.57 (fitment formula) and came to Rs 18,000. But the central government employees unions are demanding to hike minimum pay to Rs 26,000 by 3.68 fitment formula.

The government had assured central government employees unions that their demands would be considered and promised to form High Level Committee to examine the 7th Pay Commission recommendations in respect of minimum pay. The government then took a U-turn and decided not to appoint the High Level Committee. It shows the government is no mood to raise the minimum pay under the 7th Pay Commission.

“The government will not clear any proposal on hike in minimum Pay including others pay related matter under the 7th Pay Commission recommendations because the cabinet had already passed it. Hence cabinet only will take higher allowances which was not given nod by it”, the Finance Ministry sources were quoted as saying by Sen Times.

When it comes to higher allowances, the government is hopeful for the announcement of higher allowances in March after the completion of five states assemblies’ elections. The government is planning to pay higher allowances under the 7th Pay Commission from  (NOT KNOWN YET) but it is unlikely to make any announcement about arrears. “There’s no arrears on allowances will be given to employees,” said the Finance Ministry sources.

The 7th Pay Commission had recommended abolition of 51 allowances and subsuming 37 others out of 196 allowances. To examine the hike in allowances other than dearness allowance, the government referred the matter to the ‘Committee on Allowances’ headed by the Finance Secretary Shri Ashok Lavasa. The report of ‘Committee on Allowances’ is ready, but the government gave extension the committee till (NOT KNOWN YET) to submit its report. 

IN VIEW OF THE ABOVE ALL MEMBERS MAY PARTICIPATE IN THE AGITATION PROGRAMME ON 28.02.2017 AND ALSO THE STRIKE CALL MADE BY F.N.P.O. ON 16.03.2017 ENMASSE

Thursday, 9 February 2017

WE ARE CONDUCTING A BLACK DAY ON 28TH FEBRUARY, 2017 BY WEARING BLACK BADGE & WORKING OVERTIME SEEKING SETTLEMENT OF OUR LONG LASTING FOLLOWING CHARTER OF DEMANDS. 
1.        Immediate withdrawal of the order No. F.No.1-3/2016-CWP/255 Dated 02.02.2017
2.        Implementation of Cadre Review of Civil Wing non gazetted staff
3.        Revival of abolished posts i.e. restoration of sanctioned strength as on 31.03.2010
4.        Rule-38 transfers to Works Clerk Grade-II and Junior Engineers
5.        Promotion of Works Clerk Grade-II and MTS
6.        Recruitment of Draughtsman Posts and promotion of MTS to Draughtsman in their present Circles
7.        Up-gradation of Office Superintendent Posts in Civil Circle as Assistant Administrative Officer
8.        Re-designation of Assistant to Assistant Section Officers
9.        Exclusion of ministerial staff from the liability of interstate posting.
10.     Formation of exclusive JCM in Civil Wing as the Postal Circle Offices are not entertaining the Civil Wing Administration Issues
11.     Permitting the Civil Wing Ministerial Staff for attending various Departmental Examination of the Department of Post 

ALL OUR GENERAL SECRETARIES OF CONSTITUENTS OF FNPO ALSO ARE BEING REQUESTED TO EXTEND THEIR SUPPORT FOR OUR AGITATION.
ALL F.N.P.O. MEMBERS ARE HEREBY REQUESTED TO EXTEND THEIR SUPPORT AND SHOW OUR STRENGTH IN THE AGITATION.