NFAEE is the one and only all India Federation of Atomic Energy Worker, recognised by Government of india/Department of Atomic Energy (DAE).

It represents the Industrial, Research & Development and Serivce organisations under Department of Atomic Energy.

26 Unions and associations of DAE Employees recognised under CCS (RSA) Rule are affilaited with NFAEE

Tuesday, October 13, 2015




Mehadi Manzil, Income Tax employees Quarters located at Hyderabad has been the buzz of activity with reverberating assertive voice of the women employees of the various Departments of the Central Government, who congregated from all over the country for a two-day workshop. This workshop is organized under the aegis of Confederation of Central Government employees and workers.

The programme commenced with the hoisting of Confederation Flag by Com. Usha Bonepalli, Chair Person, Women’s Sub-Committee accompanied by com. R. Seethalakshmi, Convenor, Women’s Sub-Committee. Led by Com. M. Krishnan, Secretary General, Confederation all the Secretariat members and women delegates paid floral tributes to Com. S. K. Vyasji and other martyrs.

Inaugural Session on 09-10-2015 commenced with the warm welcome address by Com. V. Nageswara Rao, General Secretary, Confederation of AP and Telangana State. Com. Usha Bonepalli with her thought provoking Presidential address set the tone of the Workshop.

Com. Hemalatha, Convenor, All India Working Women’s Coordination & National Secretary, CITU inaugurated the Workshop with her insightful address on the topic “Indian Working Class – Challenges and Our Task”. Com. Hemalatha, recapitulating the tremendous success of the nationwide Strike on 2nd September 2015, probed the reasons for relating the demands of the strike by different sections of the society and the working class. The strike call was given by 11 Central Trade Unions, independent Federations and Associations.

The last minute of withdrawal by BMS saying that they are satisfied with the positive response of the Government is most unfortunate. The ground reality on the price rise, the minimum wages, bonus, FDI, contract workers, casual workers is entirely different and there is no positive response from the government. Government is openly and brazenly going ahead with the anti worker policies with increased pace.

The participation of the large sections of the people and workers in the strike gauges the resentment of the people at large and workers and employees in particular. The price rise posed a big threat to the women and common worker. The issue of minimum wage is very important issue for the lakhs of Asha workers numbering one crore are not paid any wage by the Government. They are paid only incentive ranging from Rupees 2000 to 3000. The other demands like Casualization, Contract and Out sourcing, Amendment to Labour Laws, FDI in Railways & Defence etc are the issues which are affecting the employees and common people alike. Com. Hemalatha identifying the connecting factor of all these ills, exhorted the employees to fight against that root cause. The germination of all these demands of the workers is the “policy of the successive governments”. The content of the policy has to be understood and attacked. The names coined to dress these policies are very attractive. The phrases like Structural changes, De-regulation, Empowering, Reform etc are deceptive. These policies originated from the philosophy of neo-liberal economics were implemented by the previous governments and being implemented by the Government of the present day more vigorously are the root cause of the misery of the common people and workers. The Trade unions, which are opposing these policies, are branded as anti-development. The result of implementation of these policies is maximization of profit to the national and multinational corporates and reduction of share of wages, joblessness, casualization and controctorisation of permanent employment pushing the large sections of the society to poverty and insecurity.

The biggest challenge to the working class now is to establish the credentials that it is not anti-development.  The perception and vision of the development of the rulers is not in the interest of the majority of the population of this country. The Trade Unions are questioning this lopsided development.

The present day labour laws are not applicable to the 94% of the workforce of this country. Now the present Government wants to even deprive the 6% of the workforce the protection of the labour laws. To tilt the balance in favour of the few industrialists and give them the unchecked power to hire and fire the amendments to the existing labour laws are proposed. The untiring effort of the government to amend the Land Acquisition Act is only to favour the corporates. The proposed amendment of labour laws is intended to ban the strikes with the threat to impose a fine of Rs.25000 to 50000 and jail term for going on strike and for encouraging the strike. 

Com. Hemalatha, in her analytical address appealed to the workers and employees to face this challenge by safeguarding the unity in spite of the attempts to divide the workers in the name of religion, region community, caste, gender and language. The unity emerged at the national level, she said that, should percolate to the grass root level. The unity should be achieved by crossing the barriers of organized, unorganized, central, state and private employees. Concluding her speech com. Hemalatha gave a call to the entire women employee to play a larger role in building up such a united movement to safeguard the interest of this country.

The Second lecture is delivered by an eminent and well-known Social Scientist Professor, G. Haragopal, Fellow ICSSR, Tata Institute of Social Sciences and a visiting Professor National School of Law, Bengaluru. His talk is on “Neo-liberal economic model – Women”. In his inimitable way he explained how the assumption of the capitalist philosophy that the human beings are driven by self-interest. They are self centered, egoistic, autonomous is erroneous and more particularly in the case of women. Women gives life, nurtures that life sacrificing everything and by any stretch of imagination women can be called a human being driven by self-interest. He explained how the capitalism rocks the women of her essence, dignity and equality. He thoroughly exposed the hollowness of the assumption of the capitalism that human beings are driven by self-interest etc. In the Capitalism the labour of millions of women is going unrecognized because of the value system. The violence against the women became structural. Patriarchal values extended to work place and harassed and attacked the women dignity. The neo-liberal model has gone one step ahead and defined human being selfish and concern for others come from the weakness of the incomplete human being. It replaced the meaningful life with comfortable life. It has dehumanized the human being. Such philosophy is dangerous and more disasters for women. In that frame work every relationship becomes a commodity. Prof Haragopal very emphatically declared that the neo-liberal economic model is the negation of the essence of human life and hence it has to be discarded. Human beings should work for collectivism and for a better society. Women are by nature humane. They should not only humanize the family but also should act change agents to make the society a better place to live in.  

In the afternoon session, Ms. Shyamasundari, Advocate has taken a class on the awareness on the women’s Law. She has explained the various legal provisions and constitutional rights of women.

Com. Mallu Swarajyam, the living legend of Telangana Armed Struggle addressed the women delegates and inspired them. She narrated how the common people including women fought the injustice and atrocities of the landlords, Zamindars and Nizam. She described the valiant fight of the great women Ilamma to protect her four acre land. She exhorted all women to fight the present day exploitation with determination.

The first day session concluded with scintillating street play “Veera Telangana – The Peasants Armed Struggle” by Praja Natya Mandali.

The Second day of the Workshop is presided by Com. Seethalakshimi. She has brilliantly narrated the present day problems of the women and need for participation of women in the union activities.

Com. Girija, Assistant General Secretary, All India Insurance Employees Association has taken class on the topic “Role of Women in Trade Union and Society.” She has narrated how the working women are subjected to discrimination. She told about the absence of Committees at many work places against the Sexual harassment of women. She vividly explained the need for women to jointly fight with men against the anti-employee policies. She emphasized the need for women to take part in the union activities and responsibilities.

Com. KKN, Kutty, President addressed the delegates and briefed the latest developments. He stressed the need for making the struggle on the demands of the central government employees a grand success by active participation of the women comrades.

In the interactive session all the members of Secretariat of Confederation spoke and greeted the delegates. Women delegates from various states participated in the discussion and expressed their opinion. About 20 delegates addressed the workshop with clarity of thought, conviction and confidence. About 200 delegates attend the workshop. The youngest delegate is 24years of age and the oldest delegate is 59 years of age. The Workshop ended with vote of thanks by Com. Manushi Choudary, Member of Women’s Sub-Committee, NFPE.

The entire proceedings were conducted in a disciplined manner. The enthusiasm shown by the women delegates, their involvement and participation proved that the purpose of the workshop is attained. The Reception Committee made all the arrangements for stay and to conduct the workshop in a serene and congenial atmosphere.  It is sure that the Hyderabad Workshop shall be remembered for its rich content, hospitality and brilliant participation for times to come.

(M. Krishnan)

Secretary General
Brief Note on JCM National Council Standing Committee Meeting held on 9th October 2015
at New Delhi.

Dear Comrades,

The Standing Committee of the JCM National Council met on 9th October, 2015.  As you are aware, earlier, the National JCA had decided to defer the strike action and organize a massive Dharna programme at Jantar Mantar on 19th November, 2015 to register its strongest protest over the Government’s engineered delay in the submission of the 7th CPC Report.   Later, the Finance Ministry has issued a statement asking the 7th CPC to factor into its report the fiscal concern of the Government, which was an unwarranted interference in the independent functioning of the Commission and to pressurize the Commission not to recommend wage rise on the basis of a sound and scientific formulation. 

The Staff side on receipt of the invitation to have the meeting on 9thOctober, decided to respond and convey to the Government their strong resentment over the virtual dilution of the negotiating forum as also the above concerns.  In the meeting the Staff side was informed that the Secretary Personnel would be meeting the Standing Committee soon and the meeting on 9th was in fact only a prelude to understand each other’s points of views. It was in the background the meeting was held on 9th October, 2015. 

The leader and Secretary, Staff Side conveyed the unanimous decision of the National JCA as under to the Government.

(a)    The Standing Committee, as per procedure evolved, must be chaired by the Secretary Personnel.
(b)         The JCM Machinery’s functioning should not be diluted.
(c)          The promised meeting of the National Council has not taken place so far.
(d)         The minutes of the last two meetings of the National Anomaly Committee have not been formally issued.
(e)         ‘The Official side Secretary must convene a meeting of the Staff Side to iron out any difference in the draft minutes.’
(f)           Normally meetings are held after circulation of the ATS.  This has not been done.
(g)         The Official Side must convey the anguish of the employees over the delay in the submission of the report by the 7th CPC which they rightly feel has been engineered by the Government.  They also pointed out that they are constrained to believe that the Govt. was unnecessarily interfering in the functioning of the Pay Commission.

We give hereunder a brief resume of the discussions held on the agenda items.

After the initial remarks made by the Staff Side all issues in the charter of demands were discussed.  There had been however, no final settlement on any issue as the meeting itself was not convened for that purpose.  The Staff Side stated that even the promises held out in the last meeting that the Departmental Council meeting would be held soon was not honoured. 

On the question of Pay revision related issues, viz. Interim relief, DA merger, inclusion of GDS etc. elaborate discussions were held.  It has come out clearly that on all these issues, the Finance Ministry has taken an nugatory Stand, even though the arguments put forth were extremely untenable.  It was pointed out by the Staff Side that the Interim relief and DA merger was denied on the specious plea of submission of the report in the stipulated time.  Having extended the time, the Govt. ought to have considered the grant of these two demands.  There had been a very elaborate discussion on the question of inclusion of the GDS within the purview of the 7th CPC.  The Postal Department’s representatives narrated the efforts made by them to the Government for conceding this demands.  The Finance Ministry has stood firm and objected to the demand being agreed to.  The Staff Side has, in the given situation of the 7th CPC having finalised its report, requested the Government to refer the matter to a Judicial Committee headed by the present Chairman, 7th CPC as he has now been fully apprised of the functioning of various ministries and Departments of the Government through the interaction with the Staff and official sides.    No commitment was however made by the Government to the above suggestion.

On the question of induction of FDI in Railways, Corporatisation of Postal Department and Defence organisations, the representative of the Railway Ministry stated that they are constantly discussing the issues with the Railway Federations and was exploring the possibility of reaching an agreement.  In the case of corporatisation of the Postal Department, it was stated that the recommendations made by the Committee was discussed with the Federations and it has been agreed that except induction of  certain professionals at the managerial level to fine tune the functioning of the Department in the changed scenario, the Federations have been assured that no structural changes would be made without consulting them.  However, in the case of Defence, no discussions with the Federations have been held so far.

PFRDA.  The Staff Side pointed out the present scenario in the Government offices, where the number of employees and officers who are outside the ambit of the statutory pension scheme has grown and have reached in certain organisations to the extent of 25 to 30%.  These employees are extremely concerned of the new scheme and their anguish has been expressed in many forms.  The Unions would be compelled to take drastic action if the Government refuses to heed to their plea to effect a relook or revisit on the matter.  The representatives of the Railways pointed out that the Honourable Minister for Railways was convinced of the situation and that was the reason why he had written to the Finance Ministry that in the given situation of the Railway functioning, the new scheme would not only jeopardize the interest of the Railway men but also of the Railway Industry itself.

On the specific question raised by the Staff side in the last meeting in respect of resolving the issues of Medical Store Deport and the Printing and Stationery department,  the Staff Side stated that only the meeting of the Medical Store Depot was held and the issues have been resolved to some extent.  The Printing and Stationery Department has now sent a communication to the Staff Side fixing the meeting on 15th October 2015. The general issues emanating from the policy of outsourcing and contractorisation was also discussed at length. 

JCM functioning had been the central point of discussions.  The Staff Side has pointed out that unless the Government makes up its mind that the machinery should be put on operation, no industrial peace would come in the functioning of the various departments of the Govt. of India.  The Staff side asked the Department of personnel to collect the information of the number of cases litigated in the courts by the Government employees in 1991 and 2015 and make a comparison to know the seriousness of the problem.

On compassionate ground appointments question, it was  stated by the Staff Side that despite advancing no cogent argument by the official side for retaining the 5% ceiling,  the Department of personnel does not want to make a relook into the matter.  The Staff Side pointed out that large number of applications was pending in various Departments, and the concerned department would not be able to clear them even after 20 years for want of the requisite vacancies.  They also pointed out that the decision of the Government to impose the 5% ceiling was amounting to a cruelty imposed on the family members of the Government servants who dies in harness.

The Labour Ministry representative was present at the meeting. The meeting did not discuss the merits and demerits of the labour reforms as the Trade Unions in the country has rightly concluded that it has been conceived to favour the corporate houses and to take away the existing privileges of the workers.  The point at issue, however, at the meeting was as to why the Labour Ministry did not cause a consultation with the Industrial Federations in the Government of India, for whom the Industrial Disputes Act is applicable. The Labour Ministry has assured to convene a meeting of the representatives of such organisations soon. 

The Labour Ministry representative also stated that the government has agreed to raise the bonus ceiling but it would not be appropriate for him to make a mention of the quantum as the Cabinet is yet to give its clearance.  The Government would be able to take a decision in the matter only after the Bihar elections are over.

The Staff Side explained the background of the demand for five promotions.  The reaction of the official side was that the matter must be appropriately discussed only after the 7th CPC report is made available. 

Monday, October 12, 2015

National Federation of Atomic Energy Employees
Recognised by DAE vide DAE OM No. 8/1/2007 – IR&W/95 dated 13th June 2007
NFAEE Office, Opp. NIYAMAK BHAVAN, Anusaktinagar, Mumbai 400 094
Web site: ; Email address:

Ref.No: nfaee/sg/15/192                                                          12.10.2015


All Affiliates

Dear Comrades,

Demonstration on Cadre Review:

          Some more affiliates has been intimated that they conducted demonstration in between 7th & 9th October 2015 against the DAE’s attitude on Cadre Review. The following are the information sent to the Head Quarters:

          GSOEA                  GSO                      Kalpakkam   Black badge demonstration
          AEWSU                  BARC                     Mumbai       Lunch hour demonstration
         AIAEDPS(S) SA      DPS (Stores)            Mumbai       Lunch hour demonstration
          AMDEU                  AMD                      Hyderabad   Lunch hour demonstration
                                                                                      At head quarters & Regional
          HWPEU                  HWP                      Talcher        Lunch hour demonstration
          CATSA                   RRCAT                   Indore         Black badge demonstration

          So far 14 affiliates has been intimated that the first phase programme being carried out

Post Card campaign from 12th to 16th October 2015 on Cadre Review:

          As decided the second phase programme sending post card to the Chairman to intervene to be started form today. Hope all affiliates are initiated the programme. All are requested to ensure all administrative, accounts, auxiliary, purchase and store staff send the post card to the Chairman.

By 16th October 2015 all Affiliates should send detailed note on how many employees send post cards by category wise.

The matter for writing in the post card has already been circulated by Com. K.G. Bilaskar through his email. If any missed to get it the copy is reproduced below:

The Chairman,
Atomic Energy Commission,
Department of Atomic energy,
CSM Marg, Anushaktibhavan,
Mumbai – 400 001.

“Respected Chairman,

        You are humbly requested to direct the officers concerned of DAE to complete the Cadre Review process and implement the cadre restructuring w.e.f. 01.01.2015 as agreed in the DAE Departmental Council Meeting.

        Thanking you,

Yours faithfully,


All India Women’s Workshop by Confederation of Central Government Employees & Workers:

          Confederation of Central Government Employees & Workers has been organized two days All India Women’s Workshop at Hyderabad on 9th & 10th October 2015 at Hyderabad. This workshop was attended by 13 delegates form various affiliates.

          AEWSU                  BARC                     Mumbai       4 delegates
          AIAEDPS(S) SA      DPS (Stores)           Mumbai       2 delegates
          DPS (DAE) EA       DPS (Purchase)         Mumbai       2 delegates
          BARCFEA               BARC Facilities         Kalpakkam   5 delegates

          It is pertinent to note here that NFAEE has been allotted 10 delegates and we could send 13 delegates.

          NFAEE Secretariat congratulates the affiliates who took initiative to respond the call from Federation.

With fraternal Greetings

Comradely yours,

Jayaraj KV
Secretary General
Address for Correspondence: Jayaraj. KV, Secretary General, NFAEE
PESS/UED; BARC, Trombay, Mumbai 400 085
Tel. No: (O): 022 – 25596519; (Res): 022 – 25554179; (Mobile): 9869501189

Email Address:,      

Wednesday, October 7, 2015

Meeting of the National Council (JCM) Staff side under the joint Chairmanship of JS (AV), DOP&T to discuss the issues raised in the Charter of Demands by the Staff Side

Most Immediate/Meeting Notice

Government of India
Ministry of Personnel, Public Grievances & Pensions
North Block, New Delhi
Dated 5th October 2015

Subject: Meeting of the National Council (JCM) Staff side under the
 joint Chairmanship of JS (AV),DOP&T to discuss the issues raised in 
the Charter of Demands by the Staff Side

The undersigned is directed to inform that a meeting, under the Chairmanship of Ms. Archana Varma, Joint Secretary, DOP&T with Joint Secretary (Pers.). Department of Expenditure and Joint Secretary, Ministry of Labour is scheduled to be held on Friday, the 9th October 2015 at 1500 hours in Room No.190, Conference Room, North Block, New Delhi, to discuss the issues raised in the Charter of Demands.

2. Kindly make it convenient to attend the meeting.

( G Srinivasan )
TeI. No.2309 3074

Tuesday, October 6, 2015

National Federation of Atomic Energy Employees
Recognised by DAE vide DAE OM No. 8/1/2007 – IR&W/95 dated 13th June 2007
NFAEE Office, Opp. NIYAMAK BHAVAN, Anusaktinagar, Mumbai 400 094
Web site: ; Email address:

Ref.No: nfaee/sg/15/189                                                           07.10.2015


The Under Secretary
IRW Section
Department of Atomic Energy
CSM Marg, Mumbai 400 001

Sub: Cadre Review of the Administrative and
Auxiliary Staff of DAE - Reg


        We are in receipt of your letter vide No: 12/1/2011/1r&W9Vol. III) 325 dated 6th October 2015. The letter was received after officer hours, so could see in the morning only. I would like to mention the following in response to the content of your letter.

1.   Since last week of August 2015 we are trying to meet the Chairperson of the Cadre Review Committee. Whenever asking appointment the office of the Director Admin will communicate she is busy or she is on tour. More than three occasions our office bearers visited DAE to have a personnel meet in between also became futile exercise as never given permission to meet. Similar attempt was only made on 29th September 2015 and that day also even the Director Admin was available at DAE could not find time to meet and spent few minutes to hear our voice.

2.   Prior to that during the month of June 2015, vide our letter No. dated 19.06.2015, we requested to the Director, Admn for circulating the draft proposal of the committee and sought an appointment for discussion. That also was not considered.

3.   On 10th September 2015 to express the concern of the employees on delay in finalizing the Cadre Review a letter was sent to the Chairman AEC. With a copy to the Additional Secretary and Director Admin which was also not responded till date. Letter No. nfaee/sg/15/174 dated 10th September 2015

4.   Even during the period we tried to contact the Additional Secretary, DAE to share our concern he was also not available with his prior appointments.

5.   It is a fact that you were kind enough to meet us on 29th September 2015, but the uncertainty about the Cadre Review among the employees are continues and to express the displeasure only the lunch hour demonstration is organized. Under this circumstance the NFAEE Secretariat felt to continue the programme as schedule.

6.   Further we request you to arrange a meeting with the Chairperson, Cadre Review Committee and the Additional Secretary and initiate the process for competition of Cadre Review Report and ensure the implementation, so that further resentment can be brought down.

Thanking you.

Yours faithfully,

Jayaraj KV
(Secretary General)
Address for Correspondence: Jayaraj. KV, Secretary General, NFAEE
PESS/UED; BARC, Trombay, Mumbai 400 085
Tel. No: (O): 022 – 25596519; (Res): 022 – 25554179; (Mobile): 9869501189

Email Address:,      

Monday, October 5, 2015

National Federation of Atomic Energy Employees
Recognised by DAE vide DAE OM No. 8/1/2007 – IR&W/95 dated 13th June 2007
NFAEE Office, Opp. NIYAMAK BHAVAN, Anusaktinagar, Mumbai 400 094
Web site: ; Email address:

Ref.No: nfaee/sg/15/187                                                                06.10.2015


All Affiliates

Dear Comrades,

Proposed Indefinite Strike from 23rd November has been deferred

National Joint Council of Action met on 30.09.2015 at New Delhi to discuss on the proposed indefinite strike from 23 Nov, 2015. It was decided that as the government is delaying the submission of the seventh pay commission report till the Bihar election, the strike action slated for 23rd November 2015 be delayed to coincide with the Parliament budget session during February - April, 2015.

The meeting further decided to call up on all Federations of Central Government Employees to organize massive protest demonstration in front of all offices on 19th November 2015 by wearing black badges to protest against the Government’s indecision on demands of the Government Employees.

Further the meeting decided to hold DAY LONG DHARNA by the leaders of the National JCA at Jantar Mantar on 19.11.2015.

Copy of the circular issued by Com. Shiva Gopal Mishra, Convener National Joint Council of Action of JCM participants along with Resolution adopted in the metting is attached herewith.

With fraternal Greetings

Comradely yours,

Jayaraj KV
Secretary General
Address for Correspondence: Jayaraj. KV, Secretary General, NFAEE
PESS/UED; BARC, Trombay, Mumbai 400 085
Tel. No: (O): 022 – 25596519; (Res): 022 – 25554179; (Mobile): 9869501189
Email Address:,     

National Joint Council of Action
4, State Entry Road New Delhi – 110055

No.NJCA/2015                                                           September 30, 2015

All members of the NJCA

Dear Comrades,
The National JCA met today on 30.09.2015. In the background of the engineered delay in the submission of the 7th CPC report, the meeting reviewed the decision to go for indefinite strike action commencing from 23rd Nov.2015 and arrived at the following conclusions.

1.   The 7th CPC, as per the indication the NJCA had, concluded its deliberations and finalised its report. But due to the pressure exerted by the GOI the report is not likely to be out till the Bihar election is going to be concluded on 8.11.2015.

2.   Even if the report is given, the Government might plead for some more time to consider the same and arrive at conclusions.

3.   Even though the charter of demand contains other major issues, viz FDI, outsourcing, New Pension Scheme etc, the CPC related issues especially the revision of wages has its own significance and struggle without the said issue is impracticable.

4.   The meeting also noted that after the impressive march to parliament held on 28th April, 2015, no serious programme of action was undertaken, which has created certain complacency in the movement. The meeting noted the necessity to rejuvenate the NJCA functioning at all levels.

5.   It was also noted that there are states which have not held the state level conventions and consequently have not brought into being the state apparatus required to spearhead a serious action like indefinite strike.

6.   In view of above mentioned conclusions, the National JCA has decided to defer the strike to a date during the Budget session of the parliament i.e from Feb to April 2016. The exact date of commencement of the strike will be decided by the National JCA when the 7th CPC report is available.

7.   The NJCA also has decided to call upon all Federations of Central Government Employees to organise a massive protest demonstration in front of all work-spots/offices on 19th November 2015 wearies Black Badge to register our anger and resentment over the Government’s action in engineering delay in the submission of the report by the 7th CPC.

8.   The National JCA leaders and all standing council members will sit on a day long Dharna at Jantar Man tar on 19.11.2015 by wearies Black Badge to highlight the anti worker attitude of the GOI and its concerted efforts to undermine the functioning of JCM.

We also send herewith the resolution adopted at the meeting which has been forwarded to the Government already.

With greetings

Comradely yours,

(Shiva Gopal Mishra)


1.   The National JCA of Central Government Employee, which met today on 30.09.2015 at New Delhi strongly, condemns the Governments’ action in engineering delay in the submission of 7th CPC report. The 7th CPC was to submit its report on 28th August 2015. i.e on the expiry of 18th months’ time provided to it by the Government as per the terms of reference. The demand for interim-relief and merger of DA was denied. The Government refused to amend the terms of reference despite repeated appeals made by the National JCA on several occasions.

2.   The Charter of demand submitted by the National JCA to the cabinet Secretary realization of which it has been decided to organize indefinite strike commencing from 23rd November 2015 has remained unattended and unsettled. No follow up action was initiated by the Government after discussion of the issues at the level of Secretary Personnel held on 25th February 2015.

3.   The National Council JCM has not met in the past 5 years even once, giving the impression that the Government’s intention is to award a natural death to the negotiating forums and compel the employees to tread the path of struggle for realization of the demands. Many departmental councils have been placed on hibernation for the part one decade.

4.   The National JCA has come to the inescapable conclusion that the present Govt has no intention to reach out to a settlement on any issue pertaining to the Central Govt. Employees, given its anti labour, anti people attitude.

5.   The National JCA has decided to call upon the Central Government Employees throughout the country to organise massive protest demonstration jointly on 19th November 2015 in front of all Offices/work place eliciting the participation of all employees workers and pass resolution and send the same to the Finance Minister and the Cabinet secretary.