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12 January, 2019:Red salute to all of you for the 18th all India General Strike against the globalisation policy a grand success.

Red salute to all of you for the 18th all India General Strike against the globalisation policy a grand success. BSNL was in the first row whose workers participated in the historic strike programme. We feel proud of it that the casual contract labours has also joined in the strike along with the regular employees. In some places, BSNL workers came in the office for the picketing or gate demonstration for the both days. In the all capitals of states the central trade unions organised the rallies to focus the demands among the public. WFTU has congratulated the Indian workers for organising the united struggle against the Globalisation policy of Modi Govt. Two day General Strike has given the message that the struggle will be continued till the achievement of demands.

 

07 January, 2019:Warm greetings to Himachal comrades for holding the circle conference of BSNLCCWF at Hamirpur - Good attendance of the workers in the meeting though the weather was too cold.

Though the weather was too cold but the contract workers came in big numbers in  the circle conference of BSNLCCWF held on 6th January at Hamirpur, Himachal pradesh. BSNLEU under the leadership of Com. K.C. Panwar, CS, has taken much initiative to hold the conference as it was the directives of CHQ also. Com. Amarjeet singh, Circle President, BSNLEU, Himachal Pradesh, presided over the meeting and Com. Kuldeep Chouhan, Dist. President, gave the welcome address to the delegates. More than 100 delegates came from different stations like Kullu, Una, Pathankot, Dharmasala, Kullu, Mandi, Solan, Palanpur, etc., and they discussed about the burning issues of casual contract workers. The main issue was focused about the Regularisation and timely payment of wages. They expressed their anger on the roll of management on the issue of 18,000/- salary. It is reported that 168 casual labours are still there in Himachal who could not be regularised in right time.  Com. Devi Singh, CS, BSNLCCWF, and some other comrades discussed on organisational matter and it has stressed upon to hold the conference at district level also. Specific guideline was given by Com.Amargeet Singh, CHQ Org. Secretary, and senior comrade A.S.Kondal. The total discussion was concluded by com K.C.Panwar, CS, BSNLEU, with detailed discussion on staff matters and the negotiation with management. Com.Animesh Mitra, Secretary Genaral, BSNLCCWF, has narrated all the points about the casual contract labours and explained the role of BSNLEU and BSNLCCWF. He explained the demands of central trade unions and strike issue of 8-9th January. Next term office bearers list was accepted by the house as Com.A.S.Kondal, President, Com.Devi Singh, Circle Secretary and Com.Krishan Kumar, Treasurer. It was really enthusiastic that all the nearby district secretaries of BSNLEU came in the conference along with their members of BSNLCCWF. The house greeted the newly elected office bearers of BSNLEU CHQ. The total programme was conducted by the active leadership of Com.Karam Singh Thakur, DS, Hamirpur, BSNLEU, who played a vital role to hold the conference. The House was too warm with slogan shouting to keep up the red flag in high though the weather in outside was too cold.<<views of the meeting>>

 

02 January, 2019:CHQ circular no.6.<<view circular>>

 

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Correspondence

BSNLCCWF is taking up the issues of the casual and contract workers with the government, Chief Labour Commissioner, Communications Minister, DOT as also CMD BSNL and other officers of BSNL. These correspondences will be posted here.

 

29 December, 2018:Casual and Contract Workers of BSNL will join the General Strike, being organized on 8th & 9th January, 2019 - Strike notice served to CMD BSNL.<<view letter>> 

 

18 December, 2018:CHQ writes to CMD BSNL on Adverse situation prevailing in different circles.<<view letter>

 

01 December, 2018:CHQ writes to AUAB on participation in the indefinite strike from 3rd December, 2018.<<view letter>

 

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