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[21.09.2011]JAC decides to observe one day mass fast on 27-09-2011 and one day strike on 10-10-2011.
The JAC which met at New Delhi today 21-09-2011, took the historic decision to oppose the VRS, lock stock and barrel. The meeting which was presided over by com.G.L.Jogi,GS,SNEA, unanimously decided to observe one day mass fast at All India level, circle level and SSA level on 27-09-2011 and to go on one day strike on 10-10-2011, opposing VRS, demanding PLI, etc
The unions which participated in today’s meeting are BSNLEU, SNEA, AIBSNLEA, BSNL MS, TEPU, SEWA BSNL, BTU and NFTBE.
Mass fast at All India, circle and SSA levels on 27-09-2011.
One day strike on 10-10-2011.
1) No VRS.
2) Payment of PLI.
3) Restoration of medical allowance, LTC and Leave encashment.
4) Policy related issues
5) Conclusion of the process of absorption of ITS.
6) Merger of 78.2% IDA.
Policy related issues include:-
a) Compensation for BSNL’s rural operations.
b) Pension contribution on actual basic pay.
c) Refund of RS.8313 crore to BSNL which was paid towards BWA spectrum charges.
d) Reimbursement of License Fee.
e) Allowing BSNL to surrender 3G spectrum of unviable circles.( Private companies are given the freedom to select circles of their choice.)
f) Refund of Rs.7500 crore with interest, collected from BSNL towards “Notional Loan.”
g) Procurement of equipments.
h) Discontinue TACs.
It is decided to approach NFTE and FNTO also for united action.
Organise the programme very effectively, inorder to give a fitting reply to the retrograde steps being taken by the government and the BSNL management, to destabilize BSNL.
[20.09.2011]Meeting with Management on VRS
BSNLEU was invited by the management today, the 20-09-2011, for a discussion on VRS. Director (HR) and other senior officers took part in the discussion. Management gave a presentation on their proposed VRS scheme. In the discussion that took place after the presentation, leaders of BSNLEU firmly told the management that they oppose VRS of any type. They also pointed out that VRS scheme is absolutely not necessary to pull out BSNL from the present crises. Management was also told as to how the condition of MTNL did not improve even after implementing VRS three times. Our opposition to VRS will also be conveyed to the management through a letter. Com. VAN. Namboodiri, Presisdent, Com. P. Abhimanyu, GS, Com. P Asokababu Dy.GS and Com. G.B. Salakki, AGS took part in the discussion.
Thursday, September 22, 2011
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