Special CEC Meeting at Ernakulam on 07th April 2017
Notice is hereby issued for a Special Circle Executive Committee meeting of SNEA Kerala Circle in connection with formation of SNEA Vanitha Vedi to be held at 10 AM on 07-04-2017 at Hotel Woods Manor, Ernakulam.
All Circle office bearers, SSA Secretaries and Vanitha convenors are requested to attend the meeting in time.
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Congratulations - Electrical Comrades!!!
We are thankful to Chief Engineer (Electrical) for issuing the Transfer Orders for Three Executives and also for calling option for SDE(LA)in Electrical. View Transfer Order||View Order for LA Option
Transfer order of SDE(E) issued for Three Executives, we are expecting that this move is the 1st Phase and some more requests are pending. The vacancies at Ernakulam, Kalpetta and Kasragod are pending to call for the LA Arrangement. Particularly Kasargod district itself has more than 60 Telephone Exchanges, and 100 BTS sites. Kalpetta/ Wayanad Sub Division is also carrying out maintenance of a district with more than 35 Telephone Exchanges, 25 BTSs and 10 other Buildings. The geographical conditions is peculiar and Wayanad is a high range and very difficult to operate with SDE(E) from Calicut by an additional charge and has to travel more than 80 kms from Calicut.
Ernakulam being an industrial capital and now SSA has handed over BTSs’Engine maintenance, the shortage of SDE also needs to be filled up. Presently JTO(E) from 20 years are waiting to get first promotion, they can be well placed as SDE-LA. We are requesting the Circle Administration to take necessary arrangement to fill up those posts also .
22/3/2017 C H Q - N e w s
GS writes to PGM(Elect) regarding:
Modification in promotion order from SDE(E) to EE(E) – case of Com P. Ramakrishnan(KRL)
View Copy of the Letter
As assured to this association during the meeting on 16/3/2017, Circle Office has addressed BRBRAITT, Jabalpur for scheduling the training of LICE JTOs (VY:2014-15). We have already contacted BRBRAITT and are following up with them.
Meeting with Shri. I.Thirunavakkarasu, Sr.GM(S&M/NWO/NWP-CFA), Kerala Circle on 16.03.2017:
Circle President Com. George Varghese, Circle Secretary Com. T.Santhosh Kumar along with Assistant Circle Secretary Com. J.V.Ramana, Area Secretary (South) Com. G.Harikrishnan, District Secretary Trivandrum Com. Dr. V.G.Sabu & District Secretary CO Com. Suneer.S met Shri. I.Thirunavakkarasu, Sr.GM(S&M/NWO/NWP-CFA) on 16.03.2017 evening and discussed about the proposed K-FON project of Govt. of Kerala.
We briefed GM about the details we received from the Officers concerned with the K-FON project. The IT department of state government has proposed this project as a means to network all government offices, institutions and educational institutions in the state spending less money and to ensure cheaper or free internet connectivity to each home on priority basis. The project envisages that the establishment cost would reach breakeven point in 10 years. The project also aims at reducing expenditure on internet service by the state exchequer. KSEB had already obtained license for establishing the OFC network. The transmission towers of KSEB have provisions to lay OFC cables. K-FON is supposed to provide internet connectivity directly to all government establishments and schools. The OFC network will have landing at places where KSEB transformers are currently set up. They propose to extend last mile connectivity to houses using the service of LCOs or other service operators.
We informed GM about the details of our meetings with Finance and Electricity ministry, Govt. of Kerala. We are informed that IT department is seriously thinking to consider Rail Tel as the ISP for the project and LCOs are under active consideration for extending the last mile connectivity of the proposed K-FON project. Hence, it is high time to bring LCOs also to our fold with proper business models. Cable TV Operators Association has sought our intervention as well to resolve the stalemate. We informed GM that EOI/MOU finalizations with LCOs are yet to be materialized in Kerala circle for promoting FTTH business and to arrest mass broadband disconnections due to Rail Tel and R-JIO penetration.
Our CFA revenue has gone down this time also, hence all out efforts need to be taken to avoid such huge disconnections in Broad band segment. We brought to his notice that the same LCO model has been implemented in Warangal SSA of Telengana circle. These proposals were brought to the notice of the former CGMT Sh. L Anantharam in 2016 by a team of experts from our side(Dr.V.G.Sabu and Dr.Sudeep Kumar). The same has been implemented in Warangal SSA now by the same CGM. We requested GM to review the norms in this regard for early resolution of the same to promote more FTTH connections in Kerala circle.
The main issue projected by LCOs was high PBG which majority of the LCOs can’t afford to, they being small scale units. More over as there are multiple LCOs even in village level, it may not feasible to float tender in every SDCA or district level. Alternate viable proposals need to be evaluated and decisions taken as quickly as possible. GM sought our support to effectively coordinate with State Govt. and LCOs to finalize the various business models. We have assured the same. GS SNEA CHQ has already brought to the notice of CMD and Directors about the proposed K-FON project in Kerala Circle. GS has been assured by Corporate Office that they would extend any support to Kerala in this regard to capture the business and they are ready to give any clarifications in finalizing LCO business model. Sr. GM assured us that he would once again take up LCO proposal with corporate office as per our suggestions.
We requested GM to present the strength of BSNL Kerala circle especially regarding the OFC backbone deployment model in the state preferably as a power point presentation to all concerned experts in the government so as to make them to atleast compare and convince about the performance and network element’ presence of BSNL & Rail Tel in Kerala. Transmission experts in the circle may be asked to prepare the presentation in the most professional manner and the same need to be presented to IT Department and Office of Chief Minister, Finance Minister & Electricity Minister.The strength of BSNL, our capability to provide world class telecom services even to the nook and corner of rural Kerala at lightning provision speed that too at most affordable rates due to the presence of the largest and unique Optical Fiber/Copper Cable/Wireless network backbone spread over some different and difficult terrain of geographical Kerala including Idukki & Wayanad districts, should be brought to the notice of Government. We may also refer about the steps taken by the previous government to divert certain projects undertaken by BSNL for IT@School and Village VPN in certain districts to some other service providers and about the utter failure happened during 2015-16 due to the lack of infrastructure facilities and operation and maintenance support by those service providers. Later on, they were forced to give back to BSNL for execution.
GM sought our support to make a report by conducting Impact Study after Rail Tel FTTH penetration in the circle. We responded positively and have extended whole hearted support to achieve the best for BSNL out of the proposed K-FON project in the most mutually beneficial manner by getting engaged as the major ISP and for extending the last mile connectivity engaging LCOs also in selected locations.
The Association pointed out about our earlier suggestion for allowing the customer to procure last mile connectivity by UG /OF cable and compensate them against such expenditure by rebate in monthly charges in installments. Sr. GM CFA agreed to take up the proposal for approval from corporate office since the circle is unable to procure enough materials in time.
Meeting lasted for about 1 hour.
Meeting with Shri. S.Jyothi Sankar, GM EB/S&M-CM, Kerala Circle on 16.03.2017:
Circle President Com. George Varghese, Circle Secretary Com. T.Santhosh Kumar along with Area Secretary (South) Com. G.Harikrishnan, District Secretary Trivandrum Com. Dr. V.G.Sabu & District Secretary CO Com. Suneer.S met Shri. S.Jyothi Sankar, GM EB/S&M-CM on 16.03.2017 morning to discuss the following points.
1. Unauthorized charges by content providers:
We brought to the notice of GM that several mobile customers are still complaining about excess monthly telephone charges by way of additional amount towards value added services. The customers feel very much disappointed and sometimes cheated over such excess charging for which they never consented to link to their services. Customers are shocked over receiving bills for these value added services linked to mobile numbers without their consent and getting billed for even more than thousand rupees on in their monthly bills on account of these services. We pointed out that linking such services without customers’ consent and charging them is really unethical and unfair on our part and hence to be curbed once for all. We can’t afford to lose a single customer due to such bad experiences. At times such complaints are registered against BSNL even in many public consumer complaint redressal forums inviting bad reputation in public at times. We requested GM to issue strict instructions to such content providers to activate the service only with the written consent at least by e-mail from the customer, if not, the content provider service is not stopped forthwith.
GM agreed to our points and assured that such vendors would be warned accordingly. He also informed that he would try to revive the PG cell telephone nos in SSAs and Circle so as those customers can register their complaints for speedy resolution of the same.
2. Customer relations with regard to CUG and corporate customers:
We requested GM' intervention to improve and strengthen business relationships with our existing Corporate and CUG customers. We may specifically focus on customer retention activities also while trying for sales growth in BSNL. Such customers are to be informed about introduction of new plans and tariff changes as and when happening so that they feel like getting cared and would be with BSNL for long time. As now more economical and unlimited plans are being offered to prepaid customers, corresponding changes in tariffs and plan need to be incorporated in postpaid segment also so as to retain such customers in postpaid category itself for long time. Postpaid customers can be offered more freebies or discount in plan charges during such period. We also requested GM to respond to the request from KSEB regarding their CUG plan change proposals.
GM responded positively and assured to do the needful in this regard.
3. Disconnection of CUG numbers during payment delays:
We suggested GM to have a mechanism to intimate Corporate and CUG customers well before disconnecting their numbers due to non-payment. Such abrupt disconnections can lead to mass customer dissatisfaction and disappointment among such loyal customers which include many government and bank officials. Other than intimation through SMSs and IVRS alerts, some body may be engaged to contact the concerned CUG nodal officer and request for early payment of the dues before attempting disconnection.
GM responded positively and assured to do the needful in this regard.
4. Issues with zero main account balance having active STVs or CUG:
We informed GM about issues pointed by many CUG customers including KSEB officials who are using prepaid CUG connections with zero main account balance. They were not able to make outgoing calls even though STV or add-on packs were active.
GM assured to take up such issues with the concerned to avoid such issues in future.
Meeting lasted for about 1 hour.
Meeting with PGM(Finance) on 16/3/2017:
Circle President Com. George Varghese, Circle Secretary Com. T Santhosh Kumar along with Asst. Circle Secretary Com. J V Ramana, Area Secretary (South) Com. G Harikrishnan, District Secretary Trivandrum Com Dr. V G Sabu & District Secretary CO Com S Suneer met PGM (F) on 16-03-2017.
The following items were discussed.
1. Reconciliation of CSC collection with bank remittance:
We brought to the notice of PGM F that the reconciliation of CSC collection with bank remittanceis carried out as per the statement prepared manually by the CSC-in charges on a daily basis. After introduction of ERP and S&D module in the CSCs, the workload of CSCs has increased manifold. As details of both PMS collection and sale in S&D moduleare available in the two portals, there is no need for manual reports. The reconciliation section can take details of these two collections from the portals and compare the same with bank remittance statements and discrepancies noted, if any,can be brought to the notice of CSC-in charges. This will not only ensure accuracy in comparing collection and bank remittance but also avoid unnecessary preparation of manual statements by the CSC-in charges.These steps, if implemented, can also bring some relief to the work load of CSC-in charges. We requested to consider the suggestion.
PGM F agreed to examine the procedure being followed and agreed to consider our proposal.
2. Mobile bill payment updating/reconnection issues – Post SD module migration:
We brought to the notice of PGM F that postpaid bills of GSM, CDMA &Wimax are accepted via PMS module and the same is updated only after batch processing by the CSC- in charges after the day’ closure. It is also observed that even after doing batch processing, the same is not seen reflected in Kenan FX many times for updating the customer status. Issues are severe if payment is done on the pay by date or after disconnection causing difficulties to customers as well as to CSC staff even if batch processing is done in every 2 hours. After effecting payment the customers approach CSC demanding on the spot reconnection. CSC staff is compelled to unbar each number manually which is a time consuming process as they have to verify both outstanding amount and the payment details. It is suggested to make necessary mechanism for reconnection as done earlier withKenan FX and presently done in case of land line bills by updating thepayment status from the PMS portal centrally. Manual intervention need to be minimized to ensure accurate and efficient accounting system.These steps, if implemented, can also bring some relief to the work load of CSC-in charges. We requested to consider the suggestion.
PGM F agreed to consider the same.
3. Customer relations with regard to CUG and corporate customers:
We requested PGM’ intervention to improve and strengthen business relationships with our existing Corporate and CUG customers especially with regard to tariff/plan modifications. We may specifically focus on customer retention activities also while trying for sales growth in BSNL. Such customers are to be informed about introduction of new plans and tariff changes as and when happening so that they feel like getting cared and would be with BSNL for long time. As now more economical and unlimited plans are being offered to prepaid customers, corresponding changes in tariffs and plan need to be incorporated in postpaid segment also so as to retain such customers in postpaid category itself for long time. Postpaid customers can be offered more freebies or discount in plan charges during such period.
PGM responded positively and assured to do the needful in this regard.
4. Disconnection of CUG numbers during payment delays:
We suggested PGM to have a mechanism to intimate Corporate and CUG customers well before disconnecting their numbers due to non-payment. Such abrupt disconnections can lead to mass customer dissatisfaction and disappointment among such loyal customers which include many government and bank officials. Other than intimation through SMSs and IVRS alerts, some officer/ staff to be nominated to contact the concerned CUG nodal officer and request for early payment of the dues before attempting disconnection. We requested him to instruct BAs also accordingly.
PGM agreed to our suggestions and assured to do the needful in this regard.
5. Promoting Add-On postpaid connections to existing CUG customers:
We requested PGM to consider issuing Add-On postpaid connections to existing CUG customers in the form of Friends & Family Sims so that we can grab more postpaid connections. The scheme may be first introduced for senior state government officials followed by targeting other potential groups in the circle including banks.
6. Finalization of EOI/MOU with LCOs:
We informed PGM that EOI/MOU finalizations with LCOs are yet to be materialized in Kerala circle for promoting FTTH business and to arrest mass broadband disconnections due to Rail Tel and R-JIO penetration. Our CFA revenue has gone down this time also, hence all out efforts need to be taken to avoid such huge disconnections in Broad band including Wimax. We brought to his notice that the same LCO model has been implemented in Warangal SSA of Telengana circle. These proposals were brought to the notice of the former CGMT Sh. L Anatharam in 2016 by a team of experts from our side. The same has been implemented in Warangal SSA now by the same CGM. We informed PGM about the details of our meetings with Finance and Electricity ministry, Govt. of Kerala, wherein they have categorically mentioned that LCOs are under active consideration for the last mile connectivity of the proposed K-FON project. Hence, it is high time to bring them also to our fold with proper business models. Cable TV Operators Association has sought our intervention as well to resolve the stalemate. The main issue projected by them was high PBG which majority of the LCOs can’t afford to, they being small scale units. We requested PGM F to review the norms in this regard for early resolution of the same to promote more FTTH connections in Kerala circle.
PGM assured to do the needful in this regard.
7. Transfer requests in finance wing:
We had requested PGM F to publish the list of transfer requests received from Officers. PGM F informed us that the transfer requests received from Officers are being compiled and the list would be published soon for information of all and for correcting errors/ omissions, if any. It was assured by the PGM that all request for transfer from those who completed 2 years will be considered . The report to the contrary by some other section is baseless.
8. Stay particulars of officers of Finance wing:
We had requested administration to publish the SSA wise stay particulars of officers of Finance wing. PGM Finformed us that it is being finalized and agreed to publish the same at the earliest for information of all and for correcting errors/ omissions, if any.
9. ERP training to A&F executives:
We had informed PGM that only 145 out of 460 A&F executives (JAO/AO/CAO) got training in FICO module in Kerala circle. Due to lack of proper training in concerned areas of SAP in which they are working, most of them find it difficult to perform their assigned duties. As a result they are forced to resort to trial and error methods for completing their assigned duties which in many occasions end up in wrong results. Hence, to improve efficiency, adequate training sessions on relevant modules of SAP-ERP need to be imparted to all concerned A&F executives working in circle office and BAs of BSNL Kerala Circle. PGM agreed to our suggestion and informed that training sessions will be arranged soon after closure of the current financial year.
Meeting with GM(HR & Admin) on 16/3/2017:
This Association requested a meeting with CGMT on 16/3/2017 but as CGMT was not feeling well, he requested to discuss the submitted agenda points with GM(HR).
Circle President Com.George Varghese, Circle Secretary Com.Santhosh Kumar, ACS Com.Ramana, Area Secretary (South) Com.Harikrishnan and District Secretary-Trivandrum Com. Dr.Sabu.V.G attended the meeting with GM(HR). DGM(Admin) Shri Satheesh and DGM(HR) Shri James Sagayaraj also attended the meeting.
Following points were discussed:
1. Publication of Long stay list: We requested to publish the longstay list immediately for which Administration replied that they are collecting the data from SSAs. We suggested that they need not wait for the long stay list from the shortage SSAs. It was agreed that the list will be published by the end of this month.
2. Pending Relieving of JTOs and remaining Transfer requests:
We have pointed out that from MRX, TCR and KNR relieving of JTOs have not completed and the remaining are to be relieved by this month itself. GM(HR) assured that will be taken for the release by posting additional hands from long stay to extend of requirement . The other transfer requests of DE/SDE/JTO also would be considered in April by operating long stay to extend of requirement.
3. Rule-8 cases from Karnataka Circle: We expressed our protest about the delay in sending the consent letter to Karnataka Circle for accommodating 21 JTOs at Kerala Circle. GM(HR) informed that the file is put up to CGMT for approval and assured speedy dispatch.
4. Vacancy recalculation for JTO LICE as per revised DoPT guidelines and as done in Punjab Circle as per Corporate office approval: We informed GM(HR) that on 15/3/17asperthe discussion by SNEA CHQ with PGM Estt , Corporate office has endorsed Punjab case to all Circles for following the revised guidelines. The vacancy recalculation as per revised DoPT guidelines will generate more vacancies by which we could accommodate all pending qualified LICE candidates of VY2014-15 and also the additional vacancies can be carry forward to VY2015-16.
5. Training to the successful candidates of JTO LICE for the Vacancy year 2014-15: We expressed our protest about the delay in arranging training to these successful candidates. Administration informed that the delay was due to the recent certificate verification process of Direct JEs and assured that necessary arrangements would be done soon for imparting training after getting approval from BRBRAITT, Jabalpur.
6. DGM(Adhoc) – preparatory works: We requested Administration to process the DGM(Adhoc) preparatory works. GM(HR) assured speedy disposal.
7. Pending EPP cases: We once again reiterated the delay in processing EPP cases. We offered our help (after office hours / in holidays) to Administration for processing the pending EPP cases. GM(HR) appreciated our offer and instructed DGM(HR) to explore our help if required. It was assured that the pending case received from SSAs will be cleared before 31st March 2017.
8. Volunteers to RTTC, Trivandrum – extension of last date: We requested to extend the last date as the notification was issued on 10th March and the last date was 15th March which is too short. GM(HR) appreciated our request and informed that the last date would be extended to 31st March 2017.
9. Calling of Volunteers to Circle IT-Cell, Trivandrum: We requested Administration to call for volunteers to Circle IT Cell. GM(HR) agreed that if there is any request for posting in IT-Cell, it can be considered.
10. Looking after arrangement in DE cadre: Administration informed that VC is received and the orders for 6 Officials will be released. Requirement if any for further posting from SSAs shall be processed.
11. Pending Time bound financial upgradation (E1 to E2) of Smt.Amrutha Rajan (Calicut): GM(HR) responded positively.
12. Mutual Transfer (Rule-8) – case of Smt.Shalini and Smt.Roshni: GM(HR) informed that the case is approved.
13. EPP pending for Shri Jojo Antony (Civil wing): GM(HR) responded positively.
14. Posting and Transfer of Shri. Francis (Kottayam) to Ernakulam (A/T) and relieving of Shri.Vijayan (Enk A/T) to Kottayam A/T: We expressed our protest about the delay in resolving the issue. GM(NWO-CFA) and Ernakulam SSA has already submitted their positive comments and requirement in this regard. Administration questioned the need of three executives in Ernakulam A/T. Ernakulam SSA consists of three geographical areas – Ernakulam District, Iddukki District and Lakshadweep Islands, and three executives are very much needed for smooth commissioning of new NGN equipments, OFC, Mobile Services equipments etc. It is to be noted that even a small SSA like Kollam is having three Executives. GM(HR) got convinced and assured to resolve the issue.
15. Transfer case of Shri Vinodkumar (DGM Trichur) and Smt Lekha (AGM Trichur) to Ernakulam: The officials has already completed more than four years away from their Home SSA. GM(HR) responded positively.
16. Mutual transfer of Shri Haskar (Malappuram SSA) and Shri Vinod (STR Malappuram): GM(HR) responded positively.
17. Transfer case of Shri Niyas (STP Trivandrum) to Kollam SSA: GM(HR) responded positively.
The meeting which began at 12 noon ended at 2 P.M.
We also met PGM(Finance), GM(S&M-CM) and GM(S&M-CFA) for discussing various issues and the minutes would be uploaded soon.
Looking after arrangement in DE Cadre - orders issued: View Orders
We were pursuing these cases for a long time with the Administration. We once again request our District Secretaries to project the requirement in the DE cadre in the respective businees area through SSA Head.
Annual General Body Meeting of SNEA Circle Office District branch was held at Club Hall, O/o CGMT, Trivandrum on 15/03/2017. Circle President Com.George Varghese, Circle Secretary Com. Santhosh Kumar, other Circle office bearers and Trivandrum District office bearers attended the meeting.
The AGB unanimously elected the new body:
District President – Com. Remadevi.A.P, SDE (S&M-CM)
District Secretary – Com.Suneer.S, JAO
District Treasurer – Com.Biju.S, SDE(MM)
CEC Member – Com.Vidya.A, SDE(NS)
Vice President 1 – Com.Bindu.K.R, SDE(S&M-CFA)
Vice President 2 – Com.Vimal.V, SDE(Mktg - WiMax & MM)
Assistant Secretary 1 – Com.Sunitha George, SDE(Estt)
Assistant Secretary 2 – Com.Madhu.C, SDE(CRC)
Congratulations..!! to the unanimously elected new body.
Corporate office has issued common instructions to all Circles regarding guidelines to be followed while calculating Vacancies between Direct Recruitment and LICE:
As reported in our website on 4/3/2017, CS wrote letter to CGMT (View Letter) and also discussed with Administration regarding recalculation of JTO vacancies as per revised DoPT guidelines as done in Punjab Circle after seeking approval from Corporate office. We have raised this issue through our CHQ also, as the recalculated vacancies would benefit to accommodate more JTOs in our Circle which is the only Circle in BSNL with positive revenue growth.
SNEA, as the only recognized representative executive association in BSNL took the issue with Corporate office, continuously pursued and the guidelines issued to Punjab Circle is now endorsed to all Circles for similar necessary action. We thank CHQ for the speedy resolution of the issue.
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It has been decided that the Two days Relay Hunger strike on 16th and 17th March, 2017 will not be held for now. However there will not be any change in the TU programmes from 11.04.2017 onwards.
Since regular Secretary DoT has not joined so far, decision on E1A and E2A pay scales may take some time. DIR(HR) tried to arrange a meeting with Secretary for the last one week but could not materialize as regular Secretary not available. CMD also tried to discuss the issue with Secretary and resolve it. Yesterday DIR(HR) written a DO letter also to AS(T) citing the Trade Union Notice of the recognized Executive Association in BSNL and requested DoT for early approval of the proposal by BSNL for revision on E1A and E2A scales.
Today DIR(HR) invited SNEA for discussion and explained the developments and appealed not to go for agitation till regular Secretary joins in DoT.
Morning we had discussion with CMD also. Both assured us to use their good office to settle the issue as soon as new Secretary joins.
View Copy of the Appeal by GM (SR) /BSNL CO
Looking after arrangements in the grade of SDE(Civil) – Calling of Volunteers:
We thank CE(Civil) for deciding to call options for looking after arrangements in the grade of SDE(Civil) as promised to this association in the meeting with our Circle Secretary held on 27/2/2017.
We were pursuing the case for a long time to get relief to the entry executives of Civil wing who were toiling hard for the well being of civil wing for more than 20 years. It is to be noted that JTOs from 1993 are waiting for promotion and many are drawing E4 scale.
from the Archives of our website updated on 27/2/2017:
Meeting with CGMT on 9/3/2017:
Circle Secretary Com.Santhosh Kumar, ACS Com.Ramana, DS-Circle Office Com.Suneer met CGMT on 9/3/2017 to discuss the following issues:
1. Threat from business diversification of KSEB: Kerala Govt is moving ahead with its ambitious plan of providing 20 lakh free broadband connections with the help of KSEB and RailTel. This is a real threat to BSNL, we may loose not only broadband connections but also hundreds of leased lines and other revenue generating circuits provided to State Govt machinery. We apprised CGMT and requested his urgent intervention. We humbly requested him to meet Chief Secretary and other Officials of State Govt for convincing them to accommodate BSNL as a partner in this Mega Project. CGMT appreciated our concern and has assured necessary action in this regard.
2. Transfer/Relieving of DEs to West Bengal: We expressed our protest in issuing relieving orders to these DEs by Circle Office. CGMT expressed his compulsions and the pressure he is getting from Director(HR) for relieving these Officers to West Bengal. Comrades, we are trying our best through our CHQ to cancel the orders.
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