Please contribute for the above cause. All to deposit contributions in AICE Insprs' Assn a/c No.800171737 with Indian Bank Patna West Gandhi Maidan Br IFSC IDIB000P027.

Monday, October 31, 2011


JS(D.O.P&T) completed his presentation on 25.10.11. We have learnt that DOPT perhaps has asked CBEC to give permanent functional justification of  promotional posts of AC+DC approved by Expenditure (temporarily). D.O.P&T raised its query on the issue of review of promotional quota after every 5 years. Further it is gathered that Board is all set to answer these questions. It is expected that the issue would be resolved amicably within the stipulated time frame.
The file containing removal of anomaly on the issue of juniors drawing more pay than seniors has gone past expenditure.
on 19th October AICEIA had a serious discussion with Secretary General of Superintendent's Association on the rectification of pay scale and its arrears issue, At the outset the demand for notional effect from 01.01.1996 was ruled out by Superintendents' Association; AICEIA tried to convince them that to bring all the organisations of Revenue Department together we should remain flexible . When Superintendent Association under the leadership of Ravi Malik expressed their inability to change the issue from 01.01.1986 to 01.01.1996 then AICEIA asked them about joint agitation programme to the tune of Strike action.It was narrated to the Superintendents that AICEIA has already made some VVIP references sucessfully, the need of the our is to take some programme and a joint representation to F.M. in this regard. Though arrear from 01.01.1186 is not achievable yet, for the dream of togetherness and to transform the agitation in a sucessful negotiation AICEIA was agreed to the proposal. AICEIA is all set to go for any kind of agitation to the extent of Strike if Superintendents' Association is able to take a strong stand. We hope your sensible comment shall enlighten the wise leadership of this Cadre ( INspector & Superintendent). Till date no positive reply has been received. All are requested to pursue the matter with Superintendents' Association wherever possible. At this point of time no court case no VVIP reference could help us except a vigorous organisational action programme . Any suggestion in this regard is deeply solicited. 

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