Thursday, 16 March 2017

One day nationwide strike on 16.03.2017

 About thirteen (13) lakhs Central Government employees went on nationwide one day strike today (16.03.2017) as per the call of Confederation of Central Government Employees and Workers. Strike was total in Kerala, West Bengal, TAmilnadu, Odisha, Telangana, Chattisgarh, Assam, North Eastern states including Tripura, Jharkhand, Karnataka and Maharashtra. 70 to 80% participation in Andhra, Punjab, Gujarat, Bihar and Madhya Pradesh, 60 to 70% in Uttar Pradesh, Uttarakhand, Haryana, 40 to 50% in Delhi and Rajasthan 30% in Himachal.


 CONFEDERATION OF CENTRAL GOVERNMENT EMPLOYEES & WORKERS
1st Floor, North Avenue PO Building, New Delhi - 110001
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President                                                                                           Secretary General
K. K. N. Kutty                                                                                    M. Krishnan
09811048303                                                                                       09447068125
PRESS STATEMENT
Dated 16th March 2017
 
About thirteen (13) lakhs Central Government employees went on nationwide one day strike today (16.03.2017) as per the call of Confederation of Central Government Employees and Workers. The Strike was organized to protest against the betrayal of the Group of Cabinet Ministers of NDA Government by not honouring the assurances given to the National Joint Council of Action on 30th June 2016. Home Minister Rajnath Singh, Finance Minister Arun Jaitely and Railway Minster Suresh Prabhu has assured that a High Level Committee will be appointed to negotiate and settle the issues arising out of implementation of 7th Central Pay Commission including increase in Minimum pay, Fitment formula, Allowances etc. within a period of four months. Based on this assurance the Federations had deferred the proposed indefinite strike from 11 th July 2016. Even after a lapse of eight months the assurances are not fulfilled. 

Government issued orders to deal with the strike threatening imposition of break-in-service, suspension and dismissal in addition to dies-non. Employees participated in the strike defying such orders. 

In postal department about five lakhs employees participated in the strike. INTUC Federation also joined the strike in Postal. All RMS offices and major post offices remained closed. In Income Tax department the strike was total in all states as both employees and officers went on strike. Employees of Audit and Accounts department Civil Accounts, Ground Water Board, Botanical Survey of India, Postal Accounts Survey of India, Atomic Energy, Indian space Research Organisation, Printing and Stationery, Indian Bureau of Mines, Geological Survey of India, AGMARK, Central Government Health Scheme, Medical Stores depot, Film Institute of India, Indian Council for Medical Research, Customs and Central Excise, Central Food Laboratory, Census, Defence Accounts and various other autonomous and scientific Research institutions participated in the nation wide strike. 

Strike was total in Kerala, West Bengal, TAmilnadu, Odisha, Telangana, Chattisgarh, Assam, North Eastern states including Tripura, Jharkhand, Karnataka and Maharashtra. 70 to 80% participation in Andhra, Punjab, Gujarat, Bihar and Madhya Pradesh, 60 to 70% in Uttar Pradesh, Uttarakhand, Haryana, 40 to 50% in Delhi and Rajasthan 30% in Himachal. 

Solidarity demonstrations were conducted by All India State Government Employees Federation, BSNL Employees Unions, Central Pensioners organizations, All India Defence Employees Federation and many other organizations. 

The National Secretariat of the Confederation thanked and Congratulated the Central Governmet employees who made the nationwide strike a resounding success. 


M. Krishnan
Secretary General
Confederation
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Email: mkrishnan6854@gmail.com



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