Friday, 29 April 2016



BEST WISHES FOR A HAPPY, HEALTHY, PEACEFUL RETIRED LIFE.
LIST OF RETIREES ON 30-04-2016

1.      CHANDRAN S .,TM UTM
2.      JEYAPRAKASH K ., TM MA
3.      KALAVATHY S T ., JTO  MA
4.      KANDASAMY C., TM MA
5.      MEENAKSHI SUNDARAM V A .,TM MA
6.      MUNIASAMY P .,TM MA
7.      PANDI S II., TTA USP
8.      PERIASAMY V .,TM BTL
9.      RAVICHANDRAN A .,TM MA
10.   SAMAYAVEL K., SDE MA
11.   SANKARIAH R., TM MA
12.   SANTHANAM S .,TM VADAMAURAI
13.   SOORIYAN S .,SS(OP) MA
14.   SUBBARAJ T .,STS(OP) MA
15.   THANGAVELU G ., JAO  MA
16.   V.MURUGESAN, TM, DDG (VRS)




UPDATE ON 78.2 IDA MERGER ISSUE

29th April 2016 at 5 PM:
It is understood that the Hindi Translation of all documents in the Cabinet Note on 78.2% IDA is completed.
The File is submitted to Secretary, Telecom for his signature.

Saturday, 23 April 2016

முயற்சி திருவினையாக்கும்

Comrade R.K conveyed his heart felt wishes to AIBSNLPWA addressed to Com.D.G,Ramarao, and Dhamaraj on our struggle on 78.2% IDA 


தோழரே! மூன்றாண்டுக்கும் மேலாக இடைவிடா முயற்சி ;எடுத்த பணியில் வெற்றிபெறாது ஓயக்கூடாது எனும் ஈடுபாடு விமர்சனம் தள்ளி வெற்றியே குறியென திட்டமிட்ட செயல்பாடு இவை காரணமாக வெற்றியை நெருங்கிடும் நமது தலைமை. அடையப்போகும் வெற்றிக்கு AIBSNLPWA மட்டுமே தலைநிமிர்ந்து சொந்தம் கொண்டாடமுடியும்.  நல் பணி தொடரவும் வெற்றிக்கு முன்கூட்டியும் எனது பாராட்டும் வாழ்த்துக்களும்.  ஆர்.கே.
TRANSLATION:
This is the translation of Com RK' S Tamil message ( Ex cirle Secretary NFTE, Tamilnadu circle)
Dear comrade,
Continuous efforts for the past 3 years.
Absolute dedication to complete the task
Unmindful of criticism planned activities to achieve success
By these efforts we are on the verge of achieving success and AIBSNLPWA can only claim credit for this.
Proceed on the same path and my advance greetings and appreciation

THANKS : TVL WEB

WE have set Wheel is moving on 78.2% IDA merger case.

23/04
On 22-4-2016, our Legal Committee Member Com. R L Kapoor met Sri. Jain, the DDG (Estt.) and enquired about progress in the case of 78.2%. DDG informed that Mr. Pracheesh Khanna, Director (Estt) has gone to China for some training. The Person working as his substitute is quit new.
So the work of translating all documents connected with the case of 78.2% to Hindi is given to another officer. She is on the job of translation. The translation will be ready within few days. Then the File will be sent to Secretary, Telecom for signing the covering letter addressed to Cabinet Secretariat.
We can expect that the Case will be sent to Cabinet Secretariat by at least 10th May 2016.

Wednesday, 20 April 2016

JUSTICE DELAYED, DELAYED, DELAYED AND DELAYED

19/04
Com. R L Kapoor, Legal Committee Member reports from New Delhi:
The Pension Anomaly case was listed as Item No 60 before the Principal bench of CAT today.
The Bench heard cases up to 13.30 hours. But, our Case did not come up before that time.
The case is simply postponed to next date of 20-5-2016,
In 1985, when the CAT was established it was said:



The Hon'ble Chief Justice of India, Hon'ble Judges of the Supreme Court as well as the Hon'ble Prime Minister of India and Hon'ble Minister of Law had expressed their anguish on many occasions about the delay in deciding cases pending in Courts. We are glad to say that the experience and trend in the Central Administrative Tribunal is otherwise. On the occasion of the opening of the new building of the Principal Bench of the Tribunal, some features of the dispensation of justice in the Tribunal are highlighted. With a view to easing the congestion of pending cases in various High Courts and other Courts in the country, Parliament had enacted the Adminisitrative Tribunals Act, 1985 which came into force in July, 1985 and the Administrative Tribunals were established in November, 1985 at Delhi, Mumbai, Calcutta and Allahabad. Today, there are 17 Benches of the Tribunal located throughout the country wherever the seat of a High Court is located, with 33 Division Benches. In addition, circuit sittings are held at Nagpur, Goa, Aurangabad, Jammu, Shimla, Indore, Gwalior, Bilaspur, Ranchi, Pondicherry, Gangtok, Port Blair, Shillong, Agartala, Kohima, Imphal, Itanagar, Aizwal and Nainital.
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BUT, WHAT IS OUR EXPERIENCE WITH CAT? MOST DISAPPOINTING. MOST DISGUSTING.
HOW LONG THE OLD PENSIONERS SHOULD WAIT BEFORE THE CAT TO HEAR THE CASE FIXED SEVERAL TIMES?

Tuesday, 19 April 2016

78.2% IDA MERGER -AN UPDATE

18/04
COM. R L KAPOOR REPORTS FROM NEW DELHI:
"The file containing final Cabinet Note on 78.2%, as signed by the Minister for Communications has come back to Secretary. After he signed it the file has come to the DDG (Estt) for further processing."
PROCEDURAL DELAY:
Estt Section has to prepare the Hindi translations and sufficient number of copies in both Hindi and English; then send the documents to the cabinet Secretariat. It may take few days.
We have already reported that:
1.    On 11-4-2016, the Secretary, Telecom approved the File containing Cabinet Note on 78.2%.
2.    On 13-4-2016, the Honourable Minister for Communications approved the Final Cabinet Note.
3.    Then the file has come back to Secretary, as per the procedure.
4.    On 18-4-2016, our Legal committee member Com. R L Kapoor contacted the PS to Secretary, Telecom and confirmed that the File has further moved down to DDG (Estt).
5.    Estt. Section has to take Hindi translation of all the documents. (Last time, there were about 120 pages in total.)
6.    Then, 25 sets are to be prepared in Hindi and another 25 sets in English.  Thereafter the documents will be submitted to the Cabinet Secretariat. This procedure will take few days.

The Director (Estt) is on a training now.  And the Section Officer is on leave, as reported by Com. Kapoor