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Monday, 15 September 2014

Replies to 7th CPC Questionnaire by Ministerial Employees Association, Karaikal

Seventh Central Pay Commission –    MEA,KKL – Questionnaire seeking the considered views of all stakeholders – Reply / Proposal – Submitted.

No. MEA/KKL/VII-PRC/2014/

Karaikal, 30th July 2014
To

Honourable Justice Shri Ashok Kumar Mathur,
Chairman - Seventh Central Pay Commission,
Chatrapati Shivaji Bhawan,
1st Floor, B-14/A, Qutab Institutional Area,
Post Box No. 4599,
Hauz Khas P.O.,                                             Tel Number:- 26517097
New Delhi 110016.                                         E-mail:- secy-7cpc@nic.in


Respected Sir,

Sub:     MEA,KKL - Seventh Central Pay Commission - Questionnaire seeking the considered views of all stakeholders - Reply / Proposal - Submitted.

Ref:   1. Gazette notification of appointment of Seventh Central Pay Commission. Ministry of Finance, Govt. of India.
         2. Questionnaire seeking the considered views of all stakeholders published in the National Portal of India (http://7cpc.india.gov.in/) vide letter dated 29.4.2014/Public Notice.
         3. Extension of the last date of submission of  memoranda from 31st May, 2014 to 31st July, 2014 published in the National Portal of India (http://7cpc.india.gov.in/)

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Please Find attachment files regarding our submission to the 7th CPC questionnaire and proposal for restructuring of the ministerial cadre of Puducherry.

We introduce ourselves as the Ministerial Employees Association based at Karaikal District of the Union Territory Government of Puducherry and affiliated to the Puducherry State Govt. Employees Central Federation.

In response to the reference cited, we hereby submit the replies to the Questionnaire for your kind perusal and favourable consideration.

While submitting the replies to the questionnaire, We also would like to bring the pathetic situation in which the Ministerial Employees of the Government of Puducherry survives and bringforth the gross irregularities and major anomalies that exist in the Ministerial Cadre which needs immediate attention and urgent remedial action. Despite repeated representations and prolonged agitations requesting cadre review, restructure, pay and allowances review and fixation of proper pay scales, the Government of Puducherry has turned a deaf ear to till date except upgrading certain number of posts on functional basis.

But the announcement of the constitution of the Seventh Central Pay Commission  under your esteemed Chairmanship has brought a ray of hope for the entire cadre.

We all want to refer to the report of IV Pay commission in which there are about 10 categories of employees who were in the same / below the pay scale when compared with our pay scale but whose pay scale have since then been stepped up and the pay scale of ministerial employees is still at the rock bottom level without any sort of upgradation. Further, a most of the erstwhile Group ‘D’ posts in the Government of Puducherry have been replaced with the higher scales of pay on par with the scale of LDC. This has led to utter disappointment and total dissatisfaction of the ministerial employees and is now developing into a deep psychological depression.

It is a very well known fact that the ministerial employees are the axis of Administration of the Government of Puducherry whose services have become an indispensable part of the Government Machinery. Each and every welfare measure of the Government reaches the public only through the Ministerial employees which is the basic truth i.e. For every welfare activity in the Government of Puducherry there is a Clerk behind in the grassroot level.

But the ministerial category is totally neglected and faces with a number of anomalies which requires immediate attention and urgent remedial action so as to lift the sagging morale of the vital axis of the Government machinery.

We submit our proposal seeking remedy and justice on our long pending genuine basic, minimum, requirements.

The proposal consists of three parts as outlined below:
Part I: Introduction to issues faced by the Ministerial Employees of  Government of Puducherry.

Part II: Memorandum to 7th Pay Commission incorporating the replies to the Questionnaire

Part III: Morandum to 7th Pay Commission endorsing JCM for issued for which replies are not furnished in this proposal.

Part IV:  Memorandum to 7th Pay Commission incorporating the issues of LDC, UDC and Assistants of Government of Puducherry

Yours faithfully,
For The Ministerial Employees Association, Karaikal

Sd/-
(P. NADARAJAN)
PRESIDENT
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