Saturday 16 February 2019

30 June Retirees filing case shortly - Instructions to Petitioners!!

30th JUNE Retired Pensioners filing the case in Chennai CAT!

Following first batch of Petitioners to immediately send the asked particulars.
Following first batch of Petitioners should come to Chennai and sign the vakalat and petition!
An initial expenditure of 1000/- (One Thousand Rupees) to be remitted by each comrade now; and a sum of Rs.5000/- after winning the case. They are requested to bring 1000/- while coming to Chennai to sign the Vakalat.
The Case is likely to be filed on 22.02.2019; So the first batch of petitioners should react immediately!

Dear Comrades! The first batch of petioners consisting of 25 comrades as follows are requested to do the following task immediately:
1) They should immediately SMS to 9444919295 the details of their name; their age; their father's name. They are also reqeusted to check their residentlal address as noted is correct?The above information to reach us within 24 hours. So use SMS or inform through District / Divisional Secretaries of AIPRPA.
2) They are requested to come to Chennai and sign the vakalat form and petition during 19.02.2019 and 21.02.2019. The vakalat and petition are ready with the AIPRPA Office at B-2, First Floor, Vijay Courts, 23, Kellys Road, Kilpauk, Chennai 600010. Comrade Narayanan Office Assistant AIPRPA will be available between 9.30 A.M and 4.30 P.M.
(The bus numbers coming from Chennai Central to Kellys Bus stop: 7M, 20 and many buses going to Ambathur direction)
(The bus numbers coming from Chennai Egmore Station to Kellys Bus stop: 22, 23C, 27D)
(The bus numbers coming from CMBT Bus Stand to get down at Kilpauk Medical College (KMC) and reach by either auto or on foot)
3) The District / Divisional Secretaries of AIPRPA Tamilnadu are requested to go through the names in the following list and guide comrades from their division.
The list of first batch of Petitioners:
1. K. Ragavendran,
Retired Assistant Postmaster,
Old No. 44, New No. 2, MuthialChetty Street,
Chennai – 600 007.
2. A. Ponnusamy,
Retired Sub-Postmaster,
No. 8/198, Holden Nagar,
Chidambaram – 608 001.
3. A. Maruthai,
Retired Sub-Postmaster,
No. 4/182, Vinayaka Nagar 3rd Street,
N.S. Nagar,
Dindigul – 624 001.
4. M. Anwar Basha,
Pricp, Egmore MDO,
No. 48, Raman Street,
qChennai – 600 013.
5. P. Ponnurangam,
Retired Postman,
No. 232, PerumalKoil Street,
Madipakkam Village & P.O,
Cheyyar Taluk, T.V. Malai District – 631 701.
6. M. Devaraj,
No. 1131, Sri PUshpagiriVelan Nagar,
Udumalaipet – 642 126.
7. S. Rajamani Srinivasan,
No. 59, Sowthamalar Lay Out,
Udumalpet – 642 126.
8. T. Kandiappan,
No. 103, Singapore Nagar,
Udmalpet – 642 126.
9. R. Narayanasamy,
No. 1/247, Thumbalapatti,
Udumalpet – 642 154.
10. S. Paramasivam,
No. 59, N Madhu Nagar,
Pulankinar – 642 122.
11. N. Muthusamy,
No. 18, Sivalingam Pillai Lay Out,
Venkatesa Mills PO – 642 128.
12. M. Shakul Hameed,
No. 9A, Shandrothaya Garden (Ex),
MP Nagar,
Udumalpet – 642 126.
13. K.N. Mahalingam,
No. 4/360, D SMD Garden,
GandhiNagar – 642 154.
14. A. Annathurai,
No. 86, C Pandian Street,
Madathukulam – 642 113.
15. S. Palavesam,
Supervisor (SBCO) Retired,
No. 5/1614, Dhasiahpuram,
Evavankulam Road,
Sankarankovil – 627 756.
16. T.G. Subramaniyan,
Retired Postman (BCR),
No. 27, 8th Cross, Nehru Street,
Tagore Nagar, Lawspet P.O,
Puducherry – 605 008.
17. Mr. P.K. Kamalanathan,
Retired Postal Assistant,
New No. 12, Old No. 10,
MRL Colony, 1st Street,
Sriram Nagar, Kodungaiyur,
Chennai – 600 118.
18. V. Seetharaman,
Retired Sub-Postmaster,
No. 247 E, Thirunavukkarasu Nagar,
Atur – 636 102.
19. P. Devaki,
Retired Assistant Postmaster,
Salem HO,
No. 54, Kailash Nagar,
Fair Lands,
Salem – 636 016.
20. A. Gunasekaran,
Retired Postal Assistant,
No. 60H/4 Rajaji Colony,
Atur – 636 102.
21. P. Nallamuthu,
Retired Postal Assistant,
Door No. 11, Jothi Mill Street,
Atur – 636 102.
22. R. Jayaraman,
Retired Postal Assistant,
Door No. 4/2, Iyer Street,
Pethanaickenpalayam – 636 109.
23. S. Sheik Usman,
Retired Postal Assistant,
No. 109/30/C,
New Kallanatham Road,
Mulluvadi Village,
Pudupet – 636 141.
24. P.Vasanthakumar
Retired Sorting Assistant
4/2, N.H.2, Vallalar Street,
Maraimalai Nagar
Chengalpattu District
PIN: 603209
25. V.Ranga Ramanujam
Retired Mail Oversear
8, Post Office Street,
Arugavur B.O & Village
Mel Olakkur S.O - 604202
Villupuram District.

Sunday 3 February 2019

NCCPA Circular! NCCPA Secretariat Meeting on 16th March, 2019!

NCCPA National Secretariat Meeting on 16.03.2019!
NCCPA Programme of Fast at New Delhi on 15.03.2019 as planned!!

NCCPA Circular hereunder!!

13-C  Feroze Shah Road,
New Delhi.110 001

President:                           Shiv Gopal Misra:             Ph: 9717647594
Secretary General:          K.K.N. Kutty                       Ph: 9811048303

Dated: 2nd February, 2019..
Dear Comrade

                As per our programme, the post card campaign should have ended now.  We are yet to receive report from the State Units and the affiliates.  We hope the programme is catching up momentum.  We are receiving queries of the conduct of the mass fast and dharna slated to take place at  Delhi on 15.3.2019, in the background of the national general election.  We may inform our comrades that we do not propose to make any change in the matter.  In the send week of this month we shall be talking to our Delhi comrades, to make arrangements for the programme.  All participants are requested to book their hotel accommodation as no central arrangements are being made 

                We are happy to inform that the 2nd world conference of TUI (P&RP) will be held at Bogota in Columbia.  We could not attend the founding conference.  We attended the Asia-Pacific Regional Conference of the TUI at Kathmandu (Nepal).  NCCPA sought and obtained the affiliation as per our decision taken at the last conference with the world body.  We have now received the invitation to attend the 2nd world conference.  Apart from the travel expenses, we are to pay the annual subscription for the last three years, which amounts to $600.  For want of PAN we could not make the online payment.  We have now made application for the allotment of PAN which we hope will be received soon. The journey ticket alone will cost about 1.5. lakhs.  The Conference is slated to take place on 27th and 28thFeb.  I do not know whether we will be able to obtain the visa from Columbian embassy.  Any how application has been made.

                As you know our finances is very weak and at the same time we are duty bound to discharge the international obligation.  Representatives from AIPRPA and AIBDPA are attending the conference. As there had been some confusion we did not receive the invitation in the beginning.  It was at the instance of the Deputy General Secretary, Com.K.Ragavendran, we have been able to obtain the same.  We are separately requested ITPF to bear a portion of the expenses. Since both the AIPRPA and AIBDPA are attending the Conference and are bound to bear the expenses, the other affiliates and state units may kindly contribute to make the NCCPA presence possible.

                The next meeting of the National Secretariat will be held at New Delhi (AIRF Library hall) on 16th March at 10.30AM. Formal notice will be issued shortly.  Com. President has kindly consented to have the meeting on that date.  All members may kindly attend the meeting.  Kindly make your travel arrangements accordingly.

                Lastly, it is once again requested that all affiliates may kindly clear their dues for the last three years. We must decide the date for the next conference at the ensuing sect. meeting. 

                With greetings,
Yours fraternally,
K.K.N. Kutty
Secretary General.