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7th Pay Commission has been given misleading facts about Allowances and pay elements of Railway staff – NFIR

7th Pay Commission has been given misleading facts about Allowances and pay elements of Railway staff – NFIR

Railway Board gave misleading facts to 7th Pay Commission claimed by Federation, this has been claimed by NFIR, Federation of Indian Railway employees.

N F I R
National Federation of Indian Railwaymen
3, CHELMSFORD ROAD, NEW DELHI -I 110055

No.IV/NFIR/7th CPC/Corres/Pt.V
Dated: 15/04/2015
The Secretary,
Seventh Central Pay Commission,
Chhatrapati Shivaji Bhawan,
IIFT, Block B(B-14/A)
Qutub Institutional Area,
New Delhi-110016
Madam,

Sub: Information pertaining to Allowance payable to Officers/Staff of Railways – Para-wise views – reg.

Ref: Railway Board OM No. E (P&A) II-2014/Misc.3/7th CPC dated 20.10.2014.

Kindly refer our discussions on the subject of Pay Element and Running Allowances payable to Running Staff during the course of tendering oral evidence before 7th Pay Commission on 14th April, 2015.

We have explained in clear terms that the issues of Pay Element and Running Allowances have been dealt through bilateral negotiations between the Railway Ministry and Federations’ since the last several decades and hence the 7th CPC need not look into these aspects, although Railway Ministry has sent cetain details in this regard.

In this connection, the Federation furnishes below its comments on Railway Board’s OM dated 20/10/2014 for the appreciation of 7th CPC.

We also invite the kind attention of 7th CPC to the following minutes of PNM meeting of NFIR held with the Railway Board on 20th/21st December, 2014.

“NFIR PNM 8/2011: The staff side requested to withdraw the reference on Running allowances sent to 7th CPC as the Federation raised certain objections to the contents thereof”.

We therefore request the Hon’ble VII CPC to leave the Pay Element and Running Allowances subject to be dealt by Railway Ministry through discussions with the Federations.

Thanking You.
Yours sincerely
sd/-
(Dr M. Raghavaiah)
General Secretary/NFIR
Source: NFIR
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The 7th Pay Commission holds talks with NEXCC ( REGD) members on One Rank One Pension and other issues

The 7th Pay Commission holds talks with NEXCC ( REGD) members on One Rank One Pension and other issues

MEETING WITH 7TH PAY COMMISSION

Press Release

The Seventh Central Pay Commission as part of its exercise to engage with its principal stakeholders, hold a round-table with certain entities /associations at its Head Office Chatrapati Shivaji Bhawan, B-14/A, Qutub Institutional Area, New Delhi at 3.00PM.on 17th Feb 2015. In the said round-table National Ex-servicemen Co-ordination Committee (Regd.), New Delhi was invited to give feed back to the Commission. National Ex-servicemen Co-ordination Committee (Regd.), New Delhi has also been invited for preliminary discussion on the subject of Pension & other issues of Armed Forces Veterans and their dependents on 24.07.2014. Shri Govind Singh Adhikari, Secretary General and Maj.(Retd.) Vishwambhar Singh, Chairman of National Ex-servicemen Co-ordination Committee (Regd.), New Delhi attended the above said Round-Table and submitted the following vital suggestions pertaining to the Armed Forces Veterans and their dependents for the consideration of the Commission. National Ex-servicemen Co-ordination Committee (Regd.), New Delhi also participated earlier in three Central Pay Commissions.The Meeting was presided over by Hon’ble Justice( Retd.) Supreme Court of India) Shri Ashok Kumar Mathur, Chairman and conducted by Ms. Meena Aggrawal, Member Secretary of the Seventh Cenral Pay Commission. Apart from National Ex-seevicemen Co-ordination Committee (Regd.), New Delhi other prominent stakeholders also participated in the deliberartions. The National Ex-servicemen Co-ordination Committee (Regd.), New Delhi submitted the following issues and suggestions for consideration of the Commission:-

1. ONE RANK ONE PENSION TO STEM THE PROLIFERATION AND RATIONALIZE MILITARY PENSION.

2. SERVICE GRATUITY.

3. COMMUTATION & RESTORATION OF COMMUTED PORTION PENSION.

4. FAMILY PENSION.

5. RETIRING PENSION FOR PBORs.

6. EX-GRATIA PAYMENT-DIES IN HARNESS.

7. SEPARATE PAY COMMISSION FOR THE ARMED FORCES.

8. FORMATION OF NATIONAL COMMISSION FOR EX-SERVICEMEN UNDER ARTICLE 338 OF THE CONSTITUTION WITH POWER VESTED TO NATIONAL COMMISSIONS FOR S.C./S.T.

9. RECOGNITION OF MILITARY SERVICE FOR PAY-FIXATION AND SENIORITY FOR PROMOTION IN GOVT./PSUs/PS BANKS & OTHER AUTONOMOUS BODIES AS RECOMMENDED BY HLC IN 1984.

10. PROPORTIONATE PENSION TO SSOs/ECOs & PBORs SERVED ARMED FORCES FOR MORE THAN 5 YEARS AND PAID GRATUITY AS PROVIDED TO M.Ps / MLAs ETC. OTHER COUNTRIES.

11. LATERAL INDUCTION ON RETIREMENT WITH A VIEW TO UTILIZE SKILLED HUMAN RESOURCES. SELF-EMPLOYMENT AFTER RETIREMENT UNDER SKILL DEVELOPMENT SCHEME OF THE CENTRAL GOVERNMENT.

12. ENHANCEMENT OF MAXIMUM AGE FOR ENTRY IN GOVT. JOBS FOR EX-SERVICEMEN UP TO 50 YEARS SINCE THE RETIRMENT AGE HAS BEEN INCREASED TO 60/62/65 YEARS.

13. PROVISION OF RESERVATION FOR EX-SERVICEMEN AS PROVIDED TO S.C. & S.T. UNDER ARTICLE-243D, 243T& PARTS- XIV & XVI OF THE CONSTITUTION.

14. REMOVAL OF DISCRIMINATIONS IN GOVT. POLICIES ON PROFESSIONS, TRADES AND BUSINESSES ON THE BASE OF RANK HELD IN ARMED FORCES. ARTICLE- 19(g) OF THE CONSTITUTION & SECTION 27 OF CONTRACT ACT. 1872.

15. PAY-FIXATION OF EX-SERVICEMEN ON RE-EMPLOYMENT AS PER DOPT ORDERS & GUIDELINES.

16. TRANSFER POLICY ON RE-EMPLOYMENT IN CENTRAL/STATE GOVT. / PSUs / P.S. BANKS / S.B.I. / R.B.I. & AUTONOMOUS BODIES UNDER CENTRAL/STATE GOVT.

17. HOUSING SCHEMES FOR ARMED FORCES PERSONNEL & ARMED FORCES VETERANS IN VARIOUS DEVELOPMENT AUTHORITIES/CANTONMENT & MUNICIPAL AREAS, PROPOSED SMART CITIES ETC.

18 EQUALITY IN MILITARY SERVICE PAY(MSP).
As its organisational action against the apathetic attitude of the Govt. of India and authorities at the helm of the affairs, National Ex-servicemen Co-ordination Committee (Regd.), New Delhi has decided to hold a One Day Dharna & Hunger Strike on 22nd February,2015 at different parts of the country like New Delhi, Chandigarh, Kolkatta, Chennai, Patna, Raipur, Lucknow, Gorakhpur, Bareilly, Poona, Bangluru,Siliguri and Hyderabad etc. to highlight the long outstanding grievances of the Armed Forces Veterans, War disabled, War widows and their dependents..
Gobind Singh Adhikari
SECRETARY GENERAL
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Parliament to resume Budget Session today

Parliament to resume Budget Session today

New Delhi: The Budget Session of the Parliament is to resume shortly, with the Lok Sabha reconvening its term today, while the Rajya Sabha will begin its second spell on April 23.

Parliamentary Affairs Minister M Venkaiah Naidu
Parliamentary Affairs Minister M Venkaiah Naidu

Among the key legislations to be passed during this period will be the controversial Land Acquisition Bill, the Real Estate (Regulation and Development) Bill and the Constitution Amendment Bill for introduction of Goods and Services Tax (GST), among others.

The Prime Minister Narendra Modi-led National Democratic Alliance (ND) has a clear majority of 335 in the Lok Sabha but is weaker in the Rajya Sabha, with just 63 seats.
ANI
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