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Victimisation of Trade Union – Point 15 of demand for Strike on 12th Dec

The Confederation of Central Government employees and workers has called for one day strike on 12th December, 2012. Point No: 15 of 15 Point Charter of Demands in respect of this strike is as follows

Point No: 15 of 15 Point Charter of demand:

Vacate All Trade Union victimisation

The Central Government employees are alarmed and distressed over the spree of vindictive actions pursued by various Accountant Generals against the employees of the I A & AD Department.  More than 12000 employees have been proceeded against under Rule 14 or 16 of the CCS (CCA) rules. The resort to such vindictive action has been taken by the Administration of the Comptroller and Auditor General of India for the simple reason that the employees together decided to be on mass casual leave demanding the vacation of victimization of the Union functionaries in Kerala, Rajkot, Gwalior, Kolkata, Nagpur, Allahabad etc. The very fact that large number of employees participated in the Mass Casual leave programme is indicative of the fact of the growing discontent against the highhandedness of the Administration.

The authorities in the IA & AD have not been permitting the genuine trade union activities for the last several years. No meeting of the employees is allowed if the same is held under the auspices of the recognized Associations, whereas permission to hold cultural shows even during office hours are granted. In the name of discipline, dissenting voice, howsoever genuine they are, is not being tolerated. Despite repeated pleas made by the All India Audit and Accounts Association, the Comptroller General of India did not deem it to fit to intervene and set right the high handed behaviour of the Accountant General Kerala. On his promotion as Principal Accountant General, he was transferred to Hyderabad, where, as per the report, he has continued with his intolerant attitude towards the Association. Permission to hold the General Body meeting, a constitutional requirement and a necessity to abide by the stipulations made by the CCS (RSA) Rules, 1993, was denied to the recognized Association in Andhra Pradesh. The General Secretary and other office bearers of the Association have been proceeded against under Rule 16 for holding the General Body meeting during lunch break.

In the background of this unprecedented situation and the blanket ban instituted by the authorities to hold any meeting within the office premises we appealed  to the Honourable Prime Minister to  intervene in the matter and direct the concerned to hear the grievances of the employees and settle the same in an amicable and peaceful atmosphere. We also requested that In order to create a conducive atmosphere for talks, the authorities may be asked to withdraw all punitive and vindictive actions against the employees who had gone on Mass casual leave as a means of protesting against the inordinate delay in settling issues and to give vent to their feeling of anger. Not only no action has been initiated by the C&AG in this direction but the vindictive attitude  of the Accountant Generals continue to persist. The Government is required to interfere and bring about a peaceful atmosphere in this prestigious institution.

Read all the 15 points of Charter of demands

Read all the 15 points of Charter of demands

Strike called for by Confederation of Employees and workers on 12.12.2012- 15 point Charter of Demands
Point No topic
1 7th Pay Commission
2 Merger of DA with pay
3 Compassionate appointments 
4 Regularise casual workers
5 Revive JCM
6 Filling up of vacant posts
7 Stop downsizing, outsourcing
8 Stop price rise
9 PLB for all departments
10 Revise OTA, Night duty allowance 
11 Arbitration awards
12 Right to strike
13 Grant 5 promotion
14 Scrap NPS
15 Victimisation of Trade Union