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Friday, July 30, 2010


Friday, July 30, 2010

Before reaching to Indore we stopped at New Delhi for a couple of days; these two days emerged as one of our many productive days. On 29th July 2010 at 2.15 P.M. ,met Chairman C.B.E.C. the agenda for discussion is placed underneath:
· Kolkata High Court case and role to be played by the Board
· Restructuring and the Inspectors future
· Fixation of revised pay in the 7450/- pay scale
· MACP for promote officers
Intimated him that we are going to meet Revenue Secretary in the evening at 6.00 to narrate the RTI findings collected and permeated by Pune Genl. Secy.
The discussions held will be intimated to all the delegates of Indore CEC.
In the Evening we met Revenue Secretary Sri Sunil Mitra, at 6.00 ‘o’ clock; initially we were allowed for five ( 5) minutes, but as soon as we have started narrating
· stagnation of the cadre and
· notional fixation
We got good response from Revenue Secretary and the meeting continued for nearly half an hour; we have submitted the findings of the RTI reply on our claim for notional fixation from 01.01.1996 and requested RS to take some personal initiative to resolve this long pending issue. During discussion we repeatedly mentioned that Department of revenue always felt that it is a right demand from our side but this is only department of expenditure who is denying the justice to this most deprived servants of Govt of India.
The most appreciable part of this meeting is the role of Sri Abhay Singh Shekhawat,Joint Secy (North), who rushed to Delhi receiving a single call from S.G. and not only accompanied S.G. but also participated in the discussion with Chairman and with Revenue Secretary. General Secretary Delhi Circle was also present in the delegation which met Chairman.
Possibly it is known to you all that the Kolkata High Court Case is coming up today once again, unfortunately today also our case listed at point no. 8 in the appellate side, let us hope for the best. All the CEC members through out the country are once again requested to come to Indore CEC meeting positively as this is going to be one of the crucial CEC meeting before Convention, restructuring.
Thanking you all

1 comment:

murali said...

one member of the Ministerial Association in his comments in the aiceia blog has stated the need of a joint action group, especially since the Board had not accepted our proposals. This is a matter of concern. what is aiceia's reaction regarding this news?