Tuesday 27 December 2022

Expectations of Pensioners belied! Time to unite and revolt!

Many Recommendations of Parliament Standing Committee goes in SMOKE!

Report of Parliament Standing Committee submits ATR in Rajyasabha  and expresses satisfaction on many issues over the action taken by the DoP&PW! Here we are analyzing the document to some extent and a full analyzation of the REport will be published in January issue of Pensioners Post. Comments are welcome from all readers either by email to pensionerspost@gmail.com or whatsapp to 9444919295 or in any of the CHQ whatsapp groups - KR CHQ President AIPRPA

[14:50, 27/12/2022] Aiprpa Chq: संसद की स्थायी समिति की रिपोर्ट राज्यसभा में एटीआर प्रस्तुत करती है और डीओपीएंडपीडब्ल्यू द्वारा की गई कार्रवाई पर कई मुद्दों पर संतोष व्यक्त करती है!  यहां हम कुछ हद तक दस्तावेज़ का विश्लेषण कर रहे हैं और रिपोर्ट का पूर्ण विश्लेषण पेंशनर्स पोस्ट के जनवरी अंक में प्रकाशित किया जाएगा।  सभी पाठकों की टिप्पणियों का स्वागत है या तो Pensionerspost@gmail.com पर ईमेल या 9444919295 पर व्हाट्सएप करें या सीएचक्यू के किसी भी व्हाट्सएप ग्रुप में - केआर सीएचक्यू अध्यक्ष एआईपीआरपीए!

Action Taken Report on the recommendations of the Parliament Standing Committee submitted in Rajya Sabha – CAT is out of the BAG now!

The ATR (Action Taken Report) on the recommendations of the 110th Report of the Parliament Standing Committee is tabled in Rajya Sabha by the above Committee. The community of Pensioners all over the country were wondering about the nature of recommendations as many of them were recommended though rejected by the 7th CPC! The Pensioners were pinning much hope that these recommendations will be implemented by the Union Government! But the National Executive of NCCPA that met in June 2022, had clearly opined that these recommendations were only publicity stunt and not for real implementation! The averment of NE of NCCPA has come out true today with the ATR submitted in Rajya Sabha. Let us see the aspects of the report:

1.      The ATR itself is clear in stating that out of 28 recommendations made by the Committee only five (5) are accepted. It says that recommendations in Paras 2.12; 3.12; 3.23; 3.31; and 4.7 are accepted. What are these Paras? Para 2.12 stated that the pension related grievances can also be lodged in CPGRAMS Portal. Para 3.12 deals with the grant of Provisional Pension until the grant of regular pension and the regular PPO. Para 3.23 recommends for provision of non-CGHS Pensioners with the medical facilities on par with serving employees or an idea for cashless health insurance facility in lieu of FMA should be mooted by Department of Pension and Pensioners Welfare. Para 3.31 expresses hope of the Committee that additional funds are sanctioned by the Government to provide for deserving pensioners organizations based on their previous performance. Para 4.7 deals with the issue of digitisation of entire process of pension sanction. These are the recommendations accepted and the Parliament Standing Committee expressed happiness and satisfaction over the action of accepting just 5 of its recommendations!

2.      Implementation of even the above issues require to be seen by us to what extent various departments and Ministries are going to take them seriously for implementation though the replies are assuring and OMs also are issued. But very important issues recommended by the Standing Committee stand rejected by the Government!

3.      Many important recommendations of the Parliament Standing Committee are just given up in the wind! The ATR says that the Committee does not desire to pursue in view of the replies given by the Departments of Government on 16 of the recommendations made in Paras 3.3; 3.4; 3.10; 3.13; 3.19; 3.20; 3.21; 3.22; 3.28; 3.35; 4.9; 4.14; 4.15; 5.11; 5.12 and 5.16 of the Report! The Committee says that it is satisfied with the explanations advanced! Well; we are not satisfied! Para 3.3 deals with enhancement of Group Insurance quantum; Para 3.4 states to change the savings fund to insurance fund be modified; Para 3.10 recommended to maintain GPF Account in electronic mode and transferred to the parent department; Para 3.13 wanted to end the delay caused in sanction of pension due to corona; Para 3.19 recommended for proper medical facilities to pensioners as ruled by the Apex Court and rules to immediately reimburse the bills of treatment shall be finalized and that the FMA to be enhanced to 3000/- to mitigate the problems of pensioners; Para 3.19 recommended for enacting rules for reimbursement of medical expenses incurred by CGHS beneficiary in a non-empanelled hospital fully as per apex court direction and to avoid pensioners spending huge money for getting justice in different courts; Para 3.20 recommended that CGHS should be expanded to district headquarters also and allow CPENGRAMS to admit medical related grievances also; Para 3.21 recommended for enhancement of FMA to 3000/- by accepting the points of Pensioners Associations that at old age pensioners are faced with lot of diseases; Para 3.22 suggested for a hassle free surrender certificate of FMA in online; Para 3.28 recommended for grant of additional pension from 65 years itself as the joint family system is breaking up and the pensioners are forced to live separately to meet the additional expenditure and stressed the DoP&PW to vigorously pursue this issue with the MOF; Para 3.35 recommended for change of date of upgradation under MACP from 1.1.2006; Para 4.9 recommended for improvement in CPAO Portal; Para 4.14 recommended that the Head of Office start the pension process before one year of retirement; Para 4.15 deals with the delay in sanction of family pension; Para 5.11 recommended for wider modern technology for pension; Para 5.12 dealt with the system of withdrawal of pension from homes to the elderly pensioners; and Para 5.16 recommended for streamlining of pension and family pension sanction.

4.      All the above are vital and important for the pensioners and family pensioners. If the Committee expresses satisfaction over the nature of action taken on these issues by the Government Departments and comes to the conclusion that it does not want to pursue further these issues, then we are sure that these vital issues are thrown to air by the Parliament Standing Committee! In nut shell, the Parliament Standing Committee enacted a drama for the amusement of lakhs of pensioners in the country and that the amusement is over!

5.      The Parliament Standing Committee did not accept the replies given to seven (7) recommendations stated in Paras 2.10; 2.16; 2.21; 2.30; 2.33; 3.37; and 4.13! In Para 2.10 the Committee wanted the pension complaints to be streamlined by forming a social audit panel; In Para 2.16 it had recommended for accountability mechanism to deal with the grievances of pension; Para 2.21 recommended for an Appellate mechanism to be operationalized for improving the effectiveness of the grievances; Para 2.30 recommended for virtual pension Adalats once in six months; Para 2.33 recommended for a pre-litigation conciliation for avoiding grievances in the pre-litigation time itself; In Para 3.37 the Committee had recommended for full liberalized pension on par with widows of defence personnel to widows of  Paramilitary / Civil Servants also; and 4.13 wanted the Government to be proactive in reaching out family pensioners and for liberalizing the procedures for children of the deceased Government servants.

6.      From the Action Taken Report it is clear that the Government has rejected (1) Additional Pension from 65 years; (2) No MACP from 1.1.2006; (3) No notional increment to 30th June Retirees as per Para 2.37 of the present Report No.120 submitted in Rajyasabha; Therefore, many basic aspects of the recommendations are thus rejected. The increase in FMA quantum is of course not outrightly rejected but under consideration and we do not know the exact quantum of enhancement. But one thing is clear; it will not be 3000/- as recommended by the Committee. 


Thursday 22 December 2022

Pensioners Post December issue getting ready!

 Pensioners Post - December issue getting ready!

The issue of December "Pensioners Post" is gone to Press from Layout. ON 27th December the issue will be posted to all Subscribers. The issue comes as an issue of All India Conference of AIPRPA that was successfully held at Thiruvananthapuram of Kerala. The issue contains several photos of the AIC which was inaugurated by the Honorable Chief Minister of Kerala State. The issue contains Homage to SG NCCPA Comrade KKN Kutty; many resolutions adopted in the AIC; Amendments adopted and list of new CMC; Highlights of AIC; the analyses of the year 2022 for the Pensioners; Pensioners Day on 17.12.2022 message; and usual features like 'Pensioners Mirror'; 'Government orders'; 'CHQ Writes to Government' and Box Matters. The front wrapper of the monthly journal is given here as it exposes the claim of the Union Government with regard to non-finalization of any Litigation Policy!
Subscribers are once again reminded that with this issue the year of 2022 is over and their subscription also is exhausted for many. Kindly renew them by sending 200/- EMOs; and sending the bulk by organizers of AIPRPA. - KR Editor Pensioners Post

Friday 16 December 2022

3rd AIC Highlights!

 Highlights of the 3rd AIC of AIPRPA!

• The 3rd All India Conference of All India Postal & RMS Pensioners Association was held successfully in Thiruvanathapuram City of Kerala from 13th December to 14th December, 2022. The AIC was presided over by CHQ President Comrade D.K.Rahate.
• The Reception Committee headed by the Honourable Mayor of Thiruvananthapuram Comrade Arya Rajendran as the Chairperson and comrade V.A.Mohanan as the General Convenor made excellent arrangements to the AIC despite difficulties faced due to the ongoing Film Festival in the City.
• The AIC was inaugurated by the Honourable Chief Minister of Kerala Comrade Pinarayi Vijayan. His speech was the highlight of the Conference in which he made a scathing attack on the policies of Central Government which is bent upon privatizing Govt and Public Sector institutions including Postal while the unemployment is growing in the country year after year.
• Hon’ble Minister of Education & Labour Comrade Sivankutty; Ex-Minister of Health in Keala respected Comrade Srimathi; CITU State President Comrade Anathalavattom Anandan addressed and greeted the AIC.
• A Book on Comrade M.Krishnan containing articles written by many comrades and several articles written by Comrade M.Krishnan himself was translated into English and the book was released by the Hon’ble Minister of Education and Labour Comrade Sivankutty and its first copy was accepted by the CHQ President Comrade D.K.Rahate in the presence of the Mrs.Krishnan and also daughter and son-in-law of Comrade M.Krishnan on the dais.
• Comrade Srimathi former Minister for Health also greeted the AIC on the second day of the Conference.
• Welcome Song by the Cultural Troup on the first day of the Conference while the AIC was to start, and the dance and finally the drama on Punnappura Vayalar historical programmes by the Cultural Troup were organized nicely.
• The AIC was greeted by Doctor U.Srinivasaraaghavan Former Secretary DoP and by Comrade N.L.Sridharan General Secretary of All India State Government Pensioners Federation due to their physical inability to participate in the AIC.
• Leaders including Comrade Janardan Majumdar Secretary General NFPE; Comrade K.G.Jayaraj General Secretary AIBDPA; Comrade VAN Namboodiri Patron NCCPA; T.N.Venkateswaran General Secretary Kerala CGPA; Comrade P.V.Rajendran AGS Confederation of CG Employees & Workers addressed and greeted the AIC. All touched the important role being played by AIPRPA. Comrade Janardan Majumdar NFPE SG explained the importance of AIPRPA movement and assured that NFPE will continue to struggle with AIPRPA on issues confronting the Postal Employees and Pensioners. He explained that AIPRPA is the only Pensioners Association in Postal that will continue to receive NFPE’s assistance.
• The entitlement of Delegates to the AIC 258 and 193 Delegates were present in the AIC despite difficulties posed by Train Cancellation and non-availability of reservation for the journey etc. Total number of Visitors attended the AIC is around 225 from other states and from Kerala the total number of Visitors is around 150. Visitors to the AIC from Thiruvananthapuram City is around 200. Overall, there was an attendance of more than 700 at a given time. The Delegates and Visitors require full appreciation for their rapt attention in the proceedings of the AIC.
• The Report placed by the Central Managing Committee and the Audited Accounts for the Financial Years 1917-18; 1918-19; 1919-20; 1920-21; 1021-22 to both CHQ and Pensioners Post were unanimously approved by the AIC.
• All State General Secretaries and many delegates from different States were able to address in spite of the time crunch and their discussion shaped the organization to a greater extent. They spoke about many issues of the Pensioners and Family Pensioners that were noted by the CHQ for appropriate follow up action.
• Resolutions on Pensioners issues were unanimously adopted and the gist of the approved resolutions will be published in the Pensioners Post.
• Some Amendments to the bye-laws were adopted and the amendments approved will be published in the monthly journal shortly.
• Three Organization related important resolutions were unanimously adopted in the AIC. According to them, Bihar State Body is recognized as the State Association of AIPRPA regularly and the earlier decision of the CMC was reversed after the President of Bihar assured that shortly Divisions will be formed in the State and the list will be submitted to the CHQ. The other organization related resolutions empowered the CMC to take action including appointment of Steering Committees to some states to rejuvenate the organization.
• Elections to the ensuing term was unanimous. A list of 38 CMC was unanimously elected with Comrade K.Ragavendran Tamilnadu as the President; Comrade D.K.Debnath of Assam as the General Secretary; and Comrade C.Sekar of Tamilnadu as the Treasurer. Full list of elected CMC will be published in the Pensioners Post of December issue. A new SB Account in the joint names of General Secretary and Treasurer will be shortly opened in Chennai in a Nationalized Bank for the CHQ. All Divisions are requested not to remit any amount in the existing POSB Account of North Avenue Post Office until further notice.
• The AIC unanimously decided on three Advisors to the CHQ. The Advisors decided by the AIC are: (1) Sri.A.S.I.S.Paul Retired Member (P) Department of Posts; (2) Com.C.C.Pillai Former Secretary General NFPE; and (3) Com. D.K.Rahate outgoing CHQ President AIPRPA.
I request the cooperation of all Comrades for the building of AIPRPA in our country. Let us all forget the differences and concentrate the Pensioners Unity which is very essential at the time of serious attack on our Pension and Social Security.

General Secretary AIPRPA
Jagdish Chandra Chhimwal
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Wednesday 14 December 2022

Newly elected office bearers!

 3rd AIC of AIPRPA successfully completed today evening at Trivandrum!

Full list of Office Bearers unanimously elected in the AIC is as follows:


A.S.I.S.Paul - Retired Member (P) DoP

C.C.Pillai - Ex-SG NFPE - Kerala 

D.K.Rahate - Ex- President AIPRPA Maharashtra

President - K.Ragavendran Tamilnadu 


1. H.V.Kurup- Kerala

2. P.V.Rajendran - Kerala 

3. G.C.Joshi - Madhya Pradesh 

4. B.M.Sunda - Rajasthan 

5. CH.V.Ramarao - Telangana

6. K.S.Tokas  - Delhi

7. Mangesh Parab - Maharashtra

8. D.D.Singh - Uttar Pradesh 

9. D.Mohanrao - Andhra

10. T.M.Gohil - Gujarat 

GS: D.K.Debnath - Assam

Joint Secretary: 

1. Virendra Tiwary - U.P

2. N.C.Pillai- Kerala

3. P.Mohan - Tamilnadu 

4. Umamaheswararao -AP 

5. P.Suresh - Telangana V.

6. M.Z.Khan - Jharkhand

7. Ishwarsingh Dabas - Delhi

8. Panigrahi - Chhattisgarh 

9. R.N.Dhal - Odisha

10. B.S.Dhiman - H.P

Treasurer:   C.Sekar Tamilnadu 


1. C.P.Shobana- Kerala

2. V.Nirmala - Tamilnadu 

3. Mohanan V.A - Kerala

4. K.Shanmugasundararaj - Tamilnadu

5. Kaushik Chakraborti - Meghalaya

6. P.S.Ravindranathan - Kerala 

7. K.Rajarao - Andhra Pradesh

8. Kamal Sahu-Chhattisgarh

9.  S.T.Taraiya - Gujarat 

10. S.Karunanidhi - Tamilnadu 

11. Nishad - Chhattisgarh

12.  B.P.Ganak - Madhya Pradesh

13. Mohd. Jalaludeen - Telangana

14. P.Babuji - Andhra Pradesh..

15. Ashok Kumar  -  Bihar.

Wednesday 7 December 2022

Comrade KKN breated his last today morning!

Comrade KKN Kutty Secretary General NCCPA Amar Rahe!

Comrade KKN Kutty the Secretary General NCCPA and the Vice President Confederation of CG Employees & Workers has breathed his last today morning at about 09.30 (08.12.2022) at Kozhicode after a prolonged treatment in different hospitals including a super specialty Hospital.After information about some hope of revival in ICU, ultimately doctors confirmed Hus passing away.  

The CG Employees Movement and the Pensioners Movement has suffered an irreparable loss and the vaccum caused by the sudden demise of Comrade KKN Kutty will remain so for many years to come. He was a spectacular orator and his speeches were always very much impressive and all the spectators were spell bound whenever he speaks in the assembly of employees or pensioners. He was the former Secretary General of Income Tax Employees Federation -  Former President of Confederation - He was earlier the Secretary General of Confederation - recently he was the sitting Vice President of Confederation - he was a member of the Standing Committee of JCM National Council - he was the Secretary General of NCCPA - and he was also the Member of the Finance Control Commission of Trade Union International (Pensioners & Retirees)! A versatile personality and he used to guide the movement in turbulant waters. His parting away is a great loss. No words will be sufficient to express our grief. Red Salutes to Comrade KKN Kutty! Comrade KKN Kutty Amar Rahe!

3rd All India Conference Invitation!

 Comrades! Kindly view and download the invitation to the 3rd AIC of All India Postal & RMS Pensioners Association: 

17.12.2022 Pensioners Day!

 National Pensioners Day! - 17.12.2022!

Comrades! Many of us would not have returned to our respective headquarters from AIC.Therefore, kindly celebrate and remember D.S.Nakara as well as the basic aspects of the milestone judgment either on 17th or after that date as per your schedule of arrival back in your headquarters. Please talk to other organisations of pensioners in NCCPA and arrange joint programmes. I will be addressing the programme of NCCPA at Chennai City on 17.12.2022!

Saturday 3 December 2022

3rd AIC!

 AIPRPA 3rd AIC at the bastion of working class! 

All arrangements for accommodating near about 500 Delegates & Visitors from all over India is being successfully made by the Reception Committee to 3rd AIC. The Reception Committee is formed with the Honourable Mayor of Thiruvananthapuram Corporation comrade Arya Rajendran.and comrade V.A.Mohanan Kerala State GS of AIPRPA. We are indeed lucky to get the Honourable Chief Minister comrade Pinarayi Vijayan, who has kindly consented to inaugurate our conference despite a session with state legislators on 13th December. Leaders including Central Trade Unions, major organisations of Pensioners, Service Unions including the Confederation, NFPE and FNPO besides the Honourable Kerala Minister for Education & Labour comrade V.Sivan Kutty are attending. 

The 3rd AIC of AIPRPA at Thiruvananthapuram will be a memorable event in our stride. All roads to Thiruvananthapuram! Let us get rejuvenated after more than two years of forced inactivity due to Covid-19! Thiruvananthapuram AIC zindabad! AIPRPA zindabad!! Unity of pensioners zindabad!! - KR GS AIPRPA

Saturday 5 November 2022

NFPE 12th Federal Council

 12th Federal Council of Primary Postal Federation 'NFPE' commences!

In the heritage city of Mysuru in Karnataka the historic 12th Federal Council of NFPE has commenced today under the presidentsip of its Working President comrade U.K.Tiwary. comrade K.N.Umesh National Secretary CITU inaugurated the august session. The respected Chief PMG Karnataka Shri.S. Rajendra Kumar attended as the Chief Guest. Comrades Janardhan Mazumdar SG NFPE; R.N.Parashar SG Confederation; C.C.Pillai Ex-SG NFPE; K.Ragavendran Ex-SG NFPE and GS AIPRPA; P.V.Rajendran Ex-President NFPE; K.V.Sridharan Ex-GS P3; Giriraj Singh Ex-President NFPE; all sitting General Secretaries and Deputising General Secretaries attended and adorned the dias. The Federal Council venue is named after late Comrade R.Seethalaxmi and the dias is named after late comrade M.Krishnan. Excellent arrangements for Federal Council is done by the Reception Committee headed by aomrades A.Sreenivasa Chairman and G.Janakiram GS of R.C. The Federal Council being the highest policy making body of NFPE, is expected to debate all the planned attacks of Central Government and the DoP on the department and on the prime Federation 'NFPE' and set a militant platform for unity and struggle. - KR GS AIPRPA

Tuesday 25 October 2022

Show solidarity!

 8.12.2022 - Delhi - Haryana - Uttar Pradesh are requested to join Confederation & AISGEF Delhi Convention! 

Comrades! As already reported by our CHQ, the Confederation of CG Employees and All India State Govt Employees Federation are coming together to launch a series of programme of action. A massive convention in Talkatora Stadium on 8.12.2022 is the beginning of that series of action. As we have already announced our AIC in Thiruvananthapuram all our rank & file will be moving towards Kerala to attend our AIC notified on 13-14 December. Therefore, the CHQ calls upon our Delhi, Haryana and UP (Western areas of U.P) States to join the Talkatora Stadium convention programme on 8.12.2022 and express our solidarity! - KR GS AIPRPA

Sunday 16 October 2022

Ghedam Amar Rahe!

 Comrade Ghedam - A militant fighter is no more! 

Comrade H.M.Ghedam was always a militant fighter  for justice. He breathed his last after fighting for months with nature. His passing away is a great loss to all of us. A tireless comrade! Adorned many posts while in service and fought for postal employees. After retirement also that fighting spirit never reduced! Joined in AIPRPA and even attended our CHQ meetings as officiating Maharashtra State GS. He was not able to move and confined to house for months! Now he has breached his last! An irreparable loss to AIPRPA and the postal employees movement. We share the grief with all his relatives and comrades! Red Salutes! - KR GS AIPRPA

End this discrimination in Postal!

 CHQ AIPRPA Emails again to DoP Secretary in the background of JCM decision to the demand of the Staff Side for treating the pensiones on par with serving employees in the matter of allotting accommodation in Guest Houses of Government! The Email is as follows - KR GS AIPRPA 

No.AIPRPA / Holiday Homes / DoP Dated 16.10.2022 


The Secretary

Department of Posts

Dak Bhawan

New Delhi – 110001


Sub: Treating the Pensioners on par with the Employees for accommodation in Holiday Homes run by DoP – regarding.

This CHQ of All India Postal & RMS Pensioners Association has repeatedly requested to end the discriminatory treatment meted out to Pensioners in the matter of allotment of accommodation in the Holiday Homes run by Postal Department. But unfortunately, the DoP did not come forward to end the discrimination in contrast to the action of Central Government. This CHQ requests the DoP to kindly refer to the minutes circulated by the DOPT vide its No.3/2/2022-JCA Dated 13.10.2022,wherein a similar subject raised by the Staff Side to treat the pensioner on par with the official on duty for guest house charges was answered in affirmative and copy of OM of Directorate of Estates treating the pensioners on par with the serving staff was supplied to the Staff Side also.

The action of the DoP vide its OM No.1/         1/2017-WL/Sports Dated 12.03.2019 perpetrating a discrimination to the Pensioners is not yet removed. The action of the DoP is against the policy of the Government decided in the National Council JCM. The JCM National Council has agreed to treat the pensioners on par with the serving employees on duty for fixing charges in the guest houses of the Government. 

This CHQ again reiterates for necessary correction in the OM of DoP so that the pensioners are not discriminated against and the same facilities on the same charges like that of the serving staff be fixed for allotting accommodation in the holiday homes run and maintained by the Postal Department throughout the country.

Thanking you,

Yours faithfully,



General Secretary

Wednesday 12 October 2022

Demonstrate in front of all Circle Offices on 17th or 18th!


AIPRPA CHQ Finds the same situation again and again!

In the name of technology, the Pensioners are made to wait!
Employees were given without any hitch but for pensioners no payment!
Technology for whom? Technology for delay! Technology not for pensioners!
Demonstrate on 17th or 18th October in front of Circle Offices - whether the Administration allows or not grants permission to assemble and demonstrate!
Dear State GS / District /Division Secretaries & Comrades!
The situation is very intolerable to the Pensioners who are drawing Pension from POSB. The Pensioners drawing from Banks have no problem and their technology allows mid-month payment. The Employees are drawing through the same POSB but no problem is encountered by them.
But the Pensioners and Family Pensioners are denied off-cycle payment during the month even though OM is released by the Government. POSB is having a special technology that not allows only the Pensioners and Family Pensioners from drawing any arrears during the month! The standing instructions to download the OM from the Pension Ministry website and directly pay the Dearness Relief without waiting for Directorate endorsement is being thrown to winds in the name of technology.
The payment made after the Diwali Festival has no meaning to many of us. We have to demand payment by mid-month of October without waiting for the end of the month to take the payment along with our monthly pension.
Demonstrate before all Circle Offices in the country and show our discontentment.
Let the Administration understand the situation in POSB and correct the software early to make the payment of arrears or make other arrangements to make the payment of arrears!
Demonstrate powerfully! Demonstrate to make the Administration understand our discontentment!
Demonstrate with our banners and flags so that the Department understand the effect of POSB technology which is inferior!
General Secretary

Demonstrate in front of all Circle Offices on 17th or 18th!


AIPRPA CHQ एक ही स्थिति को बार-बार ढूंढता है!

तकनीक के नाम पर पेंशनभोगियों को किया जाता है इंतजार!

कर्मचारियों को बिना किसी रोक-टोक के दिया लेकिन पेंशनभोगियों को भुगतान नहीं!

तकनीक किसके लिए? देरी के लिए प्रौद्योगिकी! पेंशनभोगियों के लिए नहीं तकनीक!

17 या 18 अक्टूबर को अंचल कार्यालयों के सामने प्रदर्शन करें - प्रशासन इकट्ठा होने और प्रदर्शन करने की अनुमति देता है या नहीं!

प्रिय राज्य जी एस/जिला/मंडल सचिवों एवं साथियों!

पीओएसबी से पेंशन लेने वाले पेंशनभोगियों के लिए स्थिति बहुत असहनीय है। बैंकों से आहरण करने वाले पेंशनभोगियों को कोई समस्या नहीं है और उनकी तकनीक मध्य माह के भुगतान की अनुमति देती है। कर्मचारी एक ही पीओएसबी के माध्यम से आहरण कर रहे हैं लेकिन उन्हें कोई समस्या नहीं आ रही है।

लेकिन पेंशनभोगियों और परिवार पेंशनरों को महीने के दौरान ऑफ-साइकिल भुगतान से वंचित कर दिया जाता है, भले ही सरकार द्वारा कार्यालय ज्ञापन जारी किया गया हो। POSB के पास एक विशेष तकनीक है जो केवल पेंशनभोगियों और पारिवारिक पेंशनभोगियों को महीने के दौरान कोई भी बकाया राशि निकालने की अनुमति नहीं देती है! पेंशन मंत्रालय की वेबसाइट से कार्यालय ज्ञापन को डाउनलोड करने और निदेशालय के अनुमोदन की प्रतीक्षा किए बिना सीधे महंगाई राहत का भुगतान करने के स्थायी निर्देश प्रौद्योगिकी के नाम पर हवा में उड़ाए जा रहे हैं।

दिवाली त्योहार के बाद किए गए भुगतान का हममें से कई लोगों के लिए कोई मतलब नहीं है। हमें अपनी मासिक पेंशन के साथ भुगतान लेने के लिए महीने के अंत की प्रतीक्षा किए बिना अक्टूबर के मध्य महीने तक भुगतान की मांग करनी होगी।

देश के सभी सर्किल कार्यालयों के सामने प्रदर्शन करें और अपना असंतोष दिखाएं।

पीओएसबी की स्थिति को प्रशासन समझे और एरियर का भुगतान करने के लिए या अन्य व्यवस्था करने के लिए सॉफ्टवेयर को जल्दी ठीक करें!

जोरदार प्रदर्शन करो! प्रशासन को हमारे असंतोष को समझाने के लिए प्रदर्शन करें!

हमारे बैनर और झंडों के साथ प्रदर्शन करें ताकि विभाग POSB तकनीक के प्रभाव को समझ सके जो कि निम्नतर है!



Tuesday 11 October 2022

CHQ Emails to Secretary [P] for immediate payment of DR to Pensioners

 CHQ Emails to Secretary on Payment of DR immediately!

 All India Postal & RMS Pensioners Association


(Registered No: 83/2015 under Tamilnadu Societies Registration Act, 1975)

Chennai HQ: 2/44, Muthial Chetty Street, Purasawalkam, Chennai - 600007

New Delhi HQ: First Floor, North Avenue Post Office Building, North Avenue, New Delhi - 110001

No.AIPRPA / DR Arrears        -    Dated 11.10.2022


The Secretary

Department of Posts

Dak Bhawan

New Delhi – 110001



Sub: Request for ordering immediate payment of arrears of Dearness Relief to Pensioners before Diwali – reg.

The OM for release of Dearness Relief 4% so that total DR will increase from 34% to 38% from 01.07.2022 has been issued by the DoP&PW as per the approval by the Cabinet. The said OM was issued on 8.10.2022. As per the standing instructions of DoP, any DR related OM issued by the DoP&PW can be downloaded and implemented without waiting for any endorsement from the Postal Directorate. Some circles do not even accept this stand but insist that the Postal Directorate should endorse any OM for implementation.

As the OM was issued on 8th October, it should have been implemented all over India by the Postal Authorities. Unfortunately, there is no evenness in the circles and divisions in this matter. Some Circles and Divisions make the payment while some others take shelter behind the inability of the software to make off-cycle payments during the month to the Pensioners and Family Pensioners. This is not only escapism but also amounts to downgrading the technology. This CHQ had already emailed to the DoP to kindly intervene so that the software could be updated if needed.

As the technology grows, more convenience should be available to us and definitely not curtailment of our already existing facilities. Despite the OM being released on 8th of this month, why do the Pensioners and Family Pensioners have to wait for the whole month for payment along with the pension? The technology growth is resulting in denial of payment after the issue of OM! This is going backwards in the name of new technology! What is the use of such a technology? Either the technology should have been improved already or rejected as backward by the DoP.

This CHQ would request you to intervene immediately so that DR arrears payment is made to all before the coming Diwali besides once again issue reiteration of earlier standing instructions so that on DR any OM issued by the DoP&PW is to be immediately implemented without waiting for any endorsement.

Thanking you,                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                Yours faithfully,



                      General Secretary