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Friday, August 30, 2013

BSNL Latest News/inf. by Ashok Hindocha M-94262 54999

29-08-2013 Circle President, Circle Secretary, Vice President-I & II and CWC Member met PGM (F) and discussed following issues: 1. Relieve of JAO from Bhuj on his inter circle transfer. PGM (F) directed IFA Bhuj to make arrangement for relieve of JAO. 2. Review of LKLB scheme. We have narrated the discussion we had with CGMT on the issue and requested PGM (F) to use her good office for early review of LKLB scheme. PGM (F) assured us to look into it in the interest of BSNL. 3. Relieve of JAO from Bharuch SSA. We requested PGM (F) to instruct IFA Bharuch to relieve the executive under intra circle transfer. PGM (F) assured us to look into it. 4.Multiple reporting in CSC. We have pointed out the discussion we had on the issue with CGMT and requested PGM (F) to use her good offices to ensure optimum utilisation of staff by following existing instructions. PGM (F) assured us to look into it. 5. Dual reporting of Accounts Personnel in ATD. We have pointed out that it is a practice introduced in ATD in the recent past, which is creating lot of inconvenience to accounts personnel. PGM (F) assured us to look into it. 26-08-2013 GENERAL SECRETARY, Com. Prahlad Rai, Gujarat Circle President, Com. R.C Dhala, Gujarat Circle Asstt. Finance Secretary, Com. Rashmin Gohel and other delegates from Gujarat Circle today met GM(Estt.), Corporate Office, New Delhi and discussed allowing option to exercise to depttl. JAOs joined after 07.05.2010: We requested to allow deptt. JAOs to exercise option on promotion who joined after 07.05.2010 as per DPE guidelines. We also pleaded that the JAOs exam result was declared in the month of March-April, 2010 itself but these JAOs were sent in training centers after 07.05.2010 and on completion of the training they joined as JAO. This training process continues for more than a year and after their joining as JAO after 07.05.2010 they are not allowed to exercise option for pay fixation which is putting them in great financial loss. Hence, we requested that where JAO exam result was declared before 07.05.2010 should be allowed to exercise option of pay fixation. GM(Estt.) after detail discussion assured to re-examine the case. We provided all the relevant documents to re-examine the case. 24-08-2013 President, CS, VP-I & II and CWC Member met Shri B.K. Sinha, CGMT, Gujarat Circle on 24th August, 2013. Shri V.K. Sajnani, Sr.GM (Admn.) was also present in the meeting. Association had a detailed discussion on following issues: 1. Review of LKLB scheme in view of heavy revenue loss. After a detailed discussion, CGMT decided to form a committee to make suggestion for review of LKLB scheme. 2. Optimum utilisation of staff. We have pointed out improper utilisation of staff in various wings. CGMT assured to take immediate necessary action for optimum utilisation of staff. 3. Multiple controlling in CSC. We have pointed out that CSC should work in single window concept and there should not be multiple reporting, as in Ahmedabad Telecom. District three different wings are operating in CSC i.e. CM, CFA & Accounts. CGMT assured to give direction to PGMTD, Ahmedabad to review the working of CSCs. 4. Seat tenure transfer. We have pointed out some executives are working in the same seat for many years and they are not ready to work in out door resulting non availability of willing staff in fields. We further suggested that seat tenure transfer should be from one unit to another unit and not in the same unit. CGMT also confirmed our point and directed Sr.GM (A) to issue reiterating instruction on seat tenure transfer. 5. Inter circle & intra circle transfer cases of JTOs. CGMT assured to relieve the JTOs on inter circle from the panel already approved. As far as intra circle transfer, CGMT on the stand that these executives are on their initial posting at the present station and hence they should work atleast 5 years in the present station. We further requested that since these executives had already completed 4 years in their respective SSAs, they are eligible for intra circle transfer as per transfer policy. CGMT on our demand assured that if substitute of similar caliber are made available, their case can be considered. 6. Intra SSA transfer of Accounts personnel in Bhuj SSA. We have pointed out illogical transfer of JAO from Gandhidham to Bhuj without considering the interest of BSNL as well as the hardship of the executive. Gandhidham is one of the highest revenue earning areas of Bhuj SSA and at present only one JAO is posted at Gandhidham to give services to our valued customers to deal with their TR related issues. Transfer to this only JAO may create hardship to our customers and therefore the present action of GMTD, Bhuj is against the interest of BSNL. Moreover, the person presently posted at Gandhidham has also served at Bhuj for more than two years and recently he got his transfer back to Gandhidham. We further pointed out that the instant transfer is to implement a long pending inter circle transfer of a JAO working at Bhuj and he can be relieved by giving additional charge to other JAO/AOs working at Bhuj. We demanded immediate relieve of JAO on inter circle transfer by giving the charge to other JAO/AO working in Bhuj SSA. CGMT assured to discuss the issue with PGM(F). 7. Recovery of more than Rs. 2 Cr from DoT & dues from Postal Dept. We demanded immediate action at CGMT level to recover the above amount as finance wing of Circle Office had already made their effort but all in vain. CGMT assured to discuss the matter with PGM (F) and to take necessary action. We also demanded installing separate electric meters in Khanpur building to avoid heavy electricity bill. CGMT assured to look into it. 8. Non relieving of executives on their transfer to their parent circle on completion of their tenure in Gujarat Circle. We have pointed out that executives joined in Gujarat Circle from other circles are facing difficulty in getting relieved and the same is creating a bad image of Gujarat Circle. Such delay in relieve on transfer is not only discouraging others to join in Gujarat Circle but also office bearers of this Association are being criticised by other Circles' Office beareres. We demanded immediate relieve of executives on their transfer after completion of tenure, to build confidence in others to join Gujarat Circle on their posting. 24-08-2013 Circle President & Other Circle Office Bearers will be in Corporate Office, New Delhi to take up important HR issues on 26th & 27th August,2013. 21-08-2013 Circle president, Circle Secretary, ATD District President & District secretary met PGM ATD, & Sr.GM (CMTS/ Admn) ATD on 16.08.2013 and discussed following HR & development issues. To review and possibility to stop dual reporting of account staff to DGM Technical & DGM (Fin.) M-94262 54999 To review the possibility of single window concept at CSC for proper utilization of man powers as staff working is CSCs are controlled by different officers like CO-CM, CO-CFA and AO TR. Timely implementation of seat/SSA tenure transfer policy. We pointed out that most of the executives are not ready to work in outdoor and they continuously working in Indoor in one section. In some cases from their appointment and also even after transfer & posting. We have suggested to change at least section / unit by timely implementing seat/local transfer within SSA in the interest of BSNL. Maintaining transparency in transfer & posting in SSA. Non availability of Wi-Fi modem and other required materials for the clearance of complaints. We have also pointed out that one of the main reasons for revenue loss in Circle is implementation of LKLB facility and the same was agreed by PGMTD, Ahmedabad. We also informed PGMTD, AM that this issue we had taken-up CGMT & PGM(Fin.) and will ensure review of LKLB scheme at Circle level. M-94262 54999

Thursday, August 22, 2013

DHARNA By United Forum of BSNL Unions at rajkot on 21-08-2013-inf. by-Ashok Hindocha M-94262 54999

BSNL કર્મચારીઓના ધરણાઃ સાંજે સૂત્રોચાર M-94262 54999

BSNL કર્મચારીઓના ધરણાઃ સાંજે સૂત્રોચાર..... | News Rajkot |

BSNL કર્મચારીઓના ધરણાઃ સાંજે સૂત્રોચાર..... | News Rajkot | M-94262 54999  My Heartly Congratulations to all and Thankful to all suporter for giving kind Co-operations and also thankful to all the Medias. Press Photographers, Reports, News Channels, Editors, Rajkot local channels etc for giving space for genuine Demand of BSNL Employees(29 Charter of Demands...)Thanks to all...United Forum of BSNL Unions....Workers Unity Zindabad...Pradip Thakkar, Ashok Hindocha K  P U Rathod, Y m Raval, All the Executive Association Office Bearers, NFTE, SC ST Welfare Associations, Sneatta Union

Wednesday, August 21, 2013

BSNL UNIONS-DHARNA On 21-8-2013 at National Level-inf. By Ashok Hindocha M-94262 54999

UNITED FORUM OF BSNL UNIONS - TODAY'S Program-( at ALL OVER India Basis)- In the Front of main Offices of BSNL- The office Bearers of United Forum of BSNL Unions will Hold DHARNA from 10.30 a.m to 5.30 p.m. on 21-08-2013 and also at Circle office at Ahmedabad on 23-08-2013
At RAJKOT All the office Bearers of Unions- will hold Dharna at Jubilee Baugh Telephone exchange building Rajkot on 21-08-2013 from 10.30 a. m to 5 30 .p.m. and after dharna Meeting will be held for giving information regarding Charter of Demands(29 Demands)and then Demonstration program will be held.All BSNL Employees are requested to visit the above place and remain present in above program. Notice for the same is already given to all concerned..Ashok Ashok Hindocha K M-94262 54999

DHARNA at national Level By United Forum of BSNL Unions- Charter of Demand already submitted-inf. by Ashok Hindocha M-94262 54999

UNITED FORUM OF BSNL UNIONS - TODAY'S Program-( at ALL OVER India Basis)- In the Front of main Offices of BSNL- The office Bearers of United Forum of BSNL Unions will Hold DHARNA from 10.30 a.m to 5.30 p.m. on 21-08-2013 and also at Circle office at Ahmedabad on 23-08-2013 At RAJKOT All the office Bearers of Unions- will hold Dharna at Jubilee Baugh Telephone exchange building Rajkot on 21-08-2013 from 10.30 a. m to 5 30 .p.m. and after dharna Meeting will be held for giving information regarding Charter of Demands(29 Demands)and then Demonstration program will be held.All BSNL Employees are requested to visit the above place and remain present in above program. Notice for the same is already given to all concerned..Ashok Ashok Hindocha K M-94262 54999

Sunday, August 18, 2013

Inspiration Vedio New-inf. by Ashok Hindocha M-94262 54999 M-94262 54999

Saturday, August 17, 2013

Raghuvanshi Hir Shodh Prati Yogita Exam at Rajkot By Lohana mahaparishad-inf. by Ashok Hindocha M-94262 54999 M=94262 54999 Raghuvanshi Hir Shodh Pratiyogita Exam on 15-08-2013 at K A pandhi Law Collage Rajkot organised by Lohana Mahaparishad Professional committee Exam Co-ordinator:- Bharat Ganatra, Ashok Hindocha and Dr. nitin Radia-Rajkot

Friday, August 16, 2013

Speech of Honarable President of India on 15 th Aug-2013-inf. by Ashok Hindocha M-94262 54999

Fellow citizens: Speech of Honarable Presient of India-inf. by Ashok Hindocha M-94262 54999 1. On the eve of the 66th anniversary of our Independence, I extend warm greetings to you and to all Indians around the world. 2. My thoughts turn first towards the Father of our Nation, Mahatma Gandhi, who shaped our liberation struggle and the martyrs who made supreme sacrifice for the freedom of our country and great patriots whose relentless struggle liberated our motherland from the colonial rule of nearly two hundred years. Gandhiji sought freedom from both foreign rule as well as the indigenous social chains that had imprisoned our society for long. He launched every Indian on a path of self-belief and hope for a better future. Gandhiji promised Swaraj- self-rule based on tolerance and self-restraint. He promised freedom from want and deprivation. For nearly seven decades now we have been masters of our destiny. This is then the moment to ask: are we heading in the right direction? Gandhiji's vision cannot be turned into reality if we spurn the very values that were compulsory to his cause: sincerity of effort, honesty of purpose and sacrifice for the larger good. 3. Our founding fathers created the first oasis in the desert of a colonized world nourished by democracy. Democracy is much more than the right to vote every five years; its essence is the aspirations of the masses; its spirit must influence the responsibilities of the leaders and duties of the citizens every day. Democracy breathes through a vibrant Parliament, an independent judiciary, a responsible media, a vigilant civil society, and a bureaucracy committed to integrity and hard work. It survives through accountability, not profligacy. And yet we have allowed unbridled personal enrichment, self-indulgence, intolerance, discourtesy in behavior and disrespect for authority to erode our work culture. The biggest impact of the decay in the moral fiber of our society is on the hopes and aspirations of the young and the poor. Mahatma Gandhi had advised us to avoid, and I quote, “politics without principles, wealth without work, pleasure without conscience, knowledge without character, commerce without morality, science without humanity, and worship without sacrifice”, (unquote). We have to pay heed to his advice as we work towards building a modern democracy. The ideals of patriotism, compassion, tolerance, self-restraint, honesty, discipline and respect for women have to be converted into a living force. Fellow citizens: 4. Institutions are a mirror of national character. Today we see widespread cynicism and disillusionment with the governance and functioning of institutions in our country. Our legislatures look more like combat arenas, rather than fora that legislate. Corruption has become a major challenge. The precious resources of the nation are being wasted through indolence and indifference. It is sapping the dynamism of our society. We need to correct this regression. 5. Our Constitution provides a delicate balance of power between various institutions of the State. This balance has to be maintained. We need a Parliament that debates, discusses and decides. We need a judiciary that gives justice without delays. We need leadership that is committed to the nation and those values that made us a great civilization. We need a state that inspires confidence among people in its ability to surmount challenges before us. We need a media and citizens who, even as they claim their rights, are equally committed to their responsibilities. Fellow citizens: 6. A re-ordering of the society can be brought about through the educational system. We cannot aspire to be a world class power without a single world class university. History records that we were the cynosure of the world once. Takshashila, Nalanda, Vikramashila, Valabhi, Somapura and Odantapuri comprised the ancient university system that dominated the world for eighteen hundred years beginning Sixth Century BC. They were a magnet for the finest minds and scholars in the world. We must seek to regain that space. A university is the banyan tree whose roots lie in basic education, in a vast network of schools that build the intellectual prowess of our communities; we have to invest in every part of this knowledge tree, from seed, root and branch to the highest leaf. Fellow Citizens: 7. There is a direct relationship between a successful democracy and a successful economy, for we are a people-driven nation. People serve their interests best when they participate in decision- making at the level of panchayat and other forms of local government. We have to rapidly empower the local bodies with functions, functionaries and finances to improve their performance. Faster growth has given us the resources, but larger outlays have not translated into better outcomes. Without inclusive governance, we cannot achieve inclusive growth. 8. For a developing country of more than 1.2 billion people, the debate between growth and redistribution is vital. While growth builds the scope for redistribution, redistribution sustains growth over time. Both are equally important. A disproportionate emphasis on any one, at the expense of the other, can have adverse consequences for the nation. 9. The last decade has seen India emerge as one of the fastest growing nations in the world. During this period, our economy grew annually at an average rate of 7.9 per cent. We are today self-sufficient in food grains production. We are the largest exporter of rice and second largest exporter of wheat in the world. The record production of 18.45 million tonne of pulses this year augurs well for our march towards self-sufficiency in pulses. This was unthinkable just a few years ago. This momentum has to be sustained. In a globalized world, with increasing economic complexities, we have to learn to cope better with adversities, both external and domestic. Fellow citizens: 10. At the dawn of our Independence, we lit the glowing lamp of modernity and equitable economic growth. To keep this lamp aflame, our highest priority has to be the elimination of poverty. Though a declining trend in the poverty rate is clearly visible, our fight against this scourge is far from over. India has the talent, ability and the resources to overcome this challenge. 11. Reforms that have enabled us to come this far have to be pursued at all levels of governance. Favorable demographic changes over the next two decades can pay us handsome dividends. It requires industrial transformation and rapid creation of employment opportunities. It also requires an orderly urbanization process. Several initiatives taken by the Government in the recent past including the New Manufacturing Policy, the renewal of urban infrastructure and the ambitious skill training programme will need close monitoring in the coming years. 12. We have given our citizens entitlements backed by legal guarantees in terms of right to employment, education, food and information. We now have to ensure that these entitlements lead to real empowerment for the people. We need robust delivery mechanisms to make these legislations work. New benchmarks of efficient public service delivery and accountability have to be established. The Direct Benefits Transfer Scheme, launched earlier this year, will bring in greater transparency, enhance efficiency and eliminate wastage of precious resources. Fellow citizens: 13. In our race for development, we must be careful not to disturb the balance between man and nature. The consequences of such imbalance can be disastrous. My heartfelt condolences to the many who lost their lives, and the innumerable who suffered in Uttarakhand; and my salutations to those brave personnel of our security and armed forces, government and NGOs who did so much to alleviate suffering. This tragedy owes as much to the avarice of human nature as to the rage of Mother Nature. This was nature’s wake-up call. And it is time to wake up. Fellow citizens: 14. We have seen in the recent past grave challenges to our security, internal as well as external. The barbaric face of Maoist violence in Chhattisgarh led to a loss of many innocent lives. Despite India's consistent efforts to build friendly relations with neighbours, there have been tensions on the border and repeated violations of the Ceasefire on the Line of Control, leading to tragic loss of lives. Our commitment to peace is unfailing but even our patience has limits. All steps necessary to ensure internal security and protect the territorial integrity of the nation will be taken. I applaud the courage and heroism of our security and armed forces who maintain eternal vigilance and pay homage to those who have made the supreme sacrifice of the most precious gift of life in the service of the motherland. 15. There will be a general election in our country before I have the privilege of addressing you again on the eve of our next independence day. This great festival of democracy, is an opportunity for us to elect a stable government which will ensure security and economic development. Every election must become a crucial milestone in our nation’s journey towards greater social harmony, peace and prosperity. 16. Democracy has given us an opportunity to re-create another golden age. Let us not squander this extraordinary opportunity. The journey ahead calls for wisdom, courage and determination. We must work on across-the-board revival of our values and institutions. We must realize that rights go with responsibilities. We must re-discover the virtue of self-scrutiny and self-restraint. 17. Let me conclude by quoting from the great classic Bhagvad Gita where the Teacher propounds his views and then says, and I quote, “ÿatha icchasi tatha kuru” “even as you choose, so you do. I do not wish to impose my views on you. I have presented to you what I think is right. Now it is for your conscience, for your judgment, for your mind to decide what is right.” (unquote) On your decisions rests the future of our democracy. JAI HIND! NIC Website designed and hosted by National Informatics Cen

New Office Bearers of AIBSNLEA-Rajkot Dist. Branch-Rajkot-inf. by Ashok Hindocha M-94262 01999

New Office Beareres of AIBSNLEA-Rajkot Dist. Dist Conference was held on 10-08-2013 at Hotel Royal Inn Rajkot under the Presidentship of Shri R C Dhala-Circle President-AIBSNLEA-GJ. Circle, shri R M Belani, C.S, AIBSNLEA, Shri M M Kanani, Advisor, CHQ-New-Delhi, Shri R S Parihar, Advisor,(former C P ) Shri Amlendu Guha, -Advisor(former-C/S)Shri T raja-financial Secretary, Shri Ramchandran, V/P-Gujarat circle, Shri Avnish Dave- ACS-Gujarat Hon. GMTD-Rajkot shri Mehulkumar Joshi,other Senoir Officers from BSNL-Rajkot Sister Union Office Bearers and somany dignitaries remain Present. All the Office Bearers Elected Unanimoulsly. Dist Presidenr:- S R Jesadia Vice President:- Ashok Hindocha Vice President :- D G pujara Dist. Secretary:- R A Vyas Financial Secretary:- M J mirani and all other office Bearers taken oath for better service to BSNL and association...we wish all the M-94262 54999

Tuesday, August 13, 2013

New Office Bearers of AIBSNLEA-Rajkot Dist Branch Rajkot-inf. by Ashok Hindocha

To, Date:-12/8/2013 The General Manager Telecom District, Rajkot Subject:-Regarding district conference of AIBSNLEA RAJKOT BRANCH held on Dated 10/8/2013. Honorable/Sir, With reference to above cited subject, It is informed to you that a district conference of AIBSNLEA RAJKOT BRANCH held on Dated 10/8/2013 at Hotel Royal Inn,Near Girnar Cinema Rajkot as notified earlier. In General Body Meeting formation of newly elected body for year 2013-2015 for your kind notification please, S/N Elected as Name & Degn. 1 District President Shri. S.R.JESADIA CAO RAJKOT 2 Vice President----------------1 Shri. A.K. HINDOCHA JAO RAJKOT 3 Vice President----------------2 Shri. D.G.PUJARA Sr. AO RAJKOT 4 District Secretary Shri. R.A.VYAS JTO RAJKOT 5 Asst.Dist.Sec.-----------------1 Shri. B.L.BHANKHODIA SDE RAJKOT 6 Asst.Dist.Sec.-----------------2 Shri. M.J.HARSH JTO RAJKOT 7 Asst.Dist.Sec.-----------------3 Shri. M.D.VALA JTO Wankaner 8 Finance Secretary Shri. M.J.MIRANI JAO RAJKOT 9 Asst.Fin.Sec. Shri. R.B.UPADHYAY JAO RAJKOT 10 Organizational Secretary-1 Shri. B.R.ODEDARA JTO (E) RAJKOT 11 Organizational Secretary-2 Shri. P.J.BUTANI JTO (C) RAJKOT 12 Organizational Secretary-3 Shri.C.P.KHIMSURIYA SDE Jamkandorna 13 Organizational Secretary-4 Shri. D.K.MERJA SDE Wankaner 14 D.W.C. Member---------------1 Shri. P.P.JOSHI JAO RAJKOT 15 D.W.C. Member---------------2 Shri. SEEMA GUPTA SDE RAJKOT 16 D.W.C. Member---------------3 Shri. K.M.SOYELIA SDE GONDAL 17 Auditor Shri. K.V.PARMAR AO RAJKOT This is for your kind information please. Shri. S.R.JESADIA (R.A.VYAS) District President District Secratary AIBSNLEA Rajkot AIBSNLEA Rajkot Copy for information please, 1. Shri Prahlad Rai,General Secretary, AIBSNLEA,New Delhi-for info. Pl. 2. Shri R.M.Belani,Circle Secretary, AIBSNLEA, Gujarat- for info. Pl. 3. The C.G.M.T. , Gujarat Circle, Ahemadabad- for info. Pl

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Monday, August 12, 2013

Declaration of the International Meeting-inf, by Ashok Hindocha M-94262-54999 M-94262 54999 Declaration of the International Meeting Sixty-eight years have passed since Hiroshima and Nagasaki suffered the atomic bombings. The bombs instantly devastated the two cities and took lives of over 200,000 citizens by the end of 1945. They created a “hell on earth”, which denied humans either to live or die as humans. The Hibakusha, who survived the days have continued to suffer from wounds in both mind and body. The tragedy like this should never be repeated anywhere in the world. Nuclear weapons are the worst weapons of mass destruction, the use of which is a serious crime against humanity. They have to be banned without any further delay. There are still nearly 20,000 nuclear weapons in the world. One nuclear bomb, if used, could cause disastrous tragedy. Even a small portion of them would cause a large scale climate change, which could lead to famine around the world. Total ban and the elimination of nuclear weapons is an urgent task for the whole of humanity. Along with the survivors and on behalf of those who died and cannot speak for themselves, we, participants in the International Meeting of the 2013 World Conference against A and H Bombs appeal to all governments to take actions now to achieve a “world without nuclear weapons”. The demand for a world without nuclear weapons represents an unshakable international development. The General Assembly of the United Nations every year adopts resolutions calling for the elimination of nuclear weapons. The 2010 NPT Review Conference resolved by consensus, with all nuclear weapon states included, to achieve a “world without nuclear weapons”, and affirmed that all States need to make “special efforts” to establish a “framework” to achieve it. However, primarily due to the intransigence of nuclear powers, no tangible progress has been made. We call on the international community to overcome all stagnations and resistance. On the governmental level, a movement to seek to outlaw nuclear weapons by focusing on their atrocious, inhuman nature is rapidly gathering momentum. Such is the approach which our movement has adopted and pursued with the Hibakusha since its outset. The resolution calling for the start of negotiations on a Nuclear Weapons Convention, in line with the decision by the ICJ, which the peace movement of the world demands, now commands support of 135 governments, representing over 70% of all U.N. member States. By continuing these developments, a nuclear weapon-free world can be created. The key lies in the hands of the peace movement and public support across the world. We call on all governments, and those of the nuclear weapon states in particular, to begin to implement the agreement for “achieving the peace and security of a world without nuclear weapons” by starting negotiations on the Nuclear Weapons Convention as the framework of it. Towards 2015, which will mark the 70 th anniversary of the A-bomb suffering of the two cities and in which the next NPT Review Conference will examine how the 2010 agreement has been implemented, let us develop our campaign in each of our countries and bring strong voices of the citizens of the world to New York, to generate a huge ground swell demanding the total abolition of nuclear weapons. The policy of “nuclear deterrence”, aimed to threaten adversaries with nuclear weapons, contravenes the basic principle of the U.N. Charter, which stands for the solution of international conflicts by peaceful and diplomatic means as opposed to the use of force. It also serves asincentive for nuclear proliferation. A world without nuclear weapons is incompatible with the nuclear deterrence doctrine, which should be overcome immediately. We call for the problem of North Korea’s nuclear weapons to be solved peacefully on the basis of international agreements reached particularly by the Six-party talks. An international conference to establish a WMD-free zone in the Middle East should be convened as agreed by the previous NPT Review Conferences. Steps forward toward a total ban on nuclear weapons would provide new favourable conditions for the solution of these specific problems. International conflicts can only be resolved by diplomatic and peaceful means. Threat or use of force would create a vicious cycle of heightened tension and aggravated situation. We note the frameworks of and efforts for peace, which are developing in the Southeast Asia, Latin America and other places. Opposing arms build-up and reinforcement of military alliances, we make a strong call for no-use of force and peaceful settlement of conflicts. In achieving a nuclear weapon-free world, the A-bombed country Japan, which can denounce the cruelty of nuclear weapons through its own experiences, should play a significant role. However, the government of Japan continues to abstain from voting for the U.N. resolutions calling for the start of negotiations on a Nuclear Weapons Convention or calling for prohibition on the use of nuclear weapons, and for other resolutions leading to the abolition of nuclear weapons, including one for nuclear disarmament tabled by the Non-Aligned movement. Japan’s refusal to join the statement (supported by 80 countries) warning of the humanitarian impact of nuclear weapons and calling for their elimination drew deep disappointment and criticism. The Japanese peace movement calls on the government to play the role befitting the A-bombed country and demands strict observance of the Three Non-Nuclear Principles and breaking away from the U.S. “nuclear umbrella”. Noting its important role, we extend solidarity with the movement for a nuclear weapon-free and peaceful Japan. We support the Hibakusha in their efforts to achieve relief measures based on State compensation and fundamental reform in the A-bomb disease recognition system. Article 9 of the Constitution of Japan, upholding the renunciation of war and non-possession of war potentials, embodies a strong commitment of the Japanese people to reject war and recurrence of Hiroshima and Nagasaki. We express our support to the people of Japan in their endeavors to defend and make the most of the Constitution, to reduce and remove U.S. military bases from Okinawa and elsewhere, and to resist the consolidation of Japan-U.S. military alliance. The accident at the Fukushima Daiichi Nuclear Power Plant is still in the midst of the crisis. Bringing the situation under control, decommissioning of all nuclear reactors and a fundamental shift to renewable energy resources are keenly called for. Having noted the dangerous relations between nuclear weapons and nuclear power generation, we call for ending all kind of nuclear damage caused by nuclear fuel cycles, and oppose reprocessing of spent nuclear fuel and accumulation of plutonium, as well as military use of nuclear energy. We call on the people of the world to join in the following actions: - Towards 2015, let us urge the nuclear weapon states and all other governments to implement their agreement to achieve a world without nuclear weapons. In every country, we must inform wide public of the atrocity and inhumanity of nuclear weapons and strengthen the public opinion in support of the abolition of nuclear weapons. Organising “A-bomb damage exhibitions” and Hibakusha testimonies, let us inform the public of the consequences of Hiroshima and Nagasaki. Let us promote international signature campaign in support of the “Appeal for a Total Ban on Nuclear Weapons” and other activities to urge the start of negotiations for a Nuclear Weapons Convention. Let usorganize many varieties of actions which everyone at grassroots can take part in, such as peace marches, by making use of social media and other means. And let us deepen cooperation with the U.N. and other international organisations, national governments and local authorities that stand for nuclear disarmament, including Mayors for Peace. - Strengthening relief and solidarity with the Hibakusha, let us extend our support and solidarity to all nuclear victims. We will support the victims of Agent Orange, depleted uranium and all other remnants of war. - United in one wish for “no more nuclear victims”, we will develop our campaign together with the movement to break free of nuclear power. We work together with broadest range of people demanding reduction of military spending, better life and employment, welfare, freedom and democracy, defending human rights, protecting global environment and overcoming gender-based discrimination and social injustice. Let us create a far-reaching unity and solidarity for a “nuclear weapon-free, peaceful and just world.” Together with younger generation, once again, let us listen to the Hibakusha and turn our eyes to the “hell” created by nuclear weapons. Moving the hearts of tens of millions of people, we shall build up powerful public pressure to open the door to a nuclear weapon-free world. No more Hiroshima’s ! No more Nagasaki’s ! No more Hibakusha ! August 5. 2013 International Meeting, 2013 World Conference Against Atomic and Hydrogen Bombs M-94262 54999

AIBSNLEA RAJKOT Dist 5 th Dist Conference and Open Session-inf. by Ashok Hindocha M-94262 54999

Sunday, August 11, 2013

Lohanamahaparishad/Raghuvanshisamajnews: Lohna Raghuvanshi Hir Pratiyogita-Exam Seat No.-i...

Lohanamahaparishad/Raghuvanshisamajnews: Lohna Raghuvanshi Hir Pratiyogita-Exam Seat No.-i...: M-94262 54999
Wish you all the best to all ...Exam in Rajkot at K A Pandhi Law Collage, Chaudhary Highschool Compound, Kasturba Road, Rajkot...all Participates are requsted to repot in time at above mention place with photo ID Card........Dr. Nitin Radia, Ashok Hindocha  ( M-94262 54999) Bharat  Ganatra( (94272 20085) Exam Co-Ordinators  Rajkot

Saturday, August 10, 2013

News - 10/08/2013 AIBSNLEA Rajkot dist Conference on 10-08-2013

News - 10/08/2013
AIBSNLEA Rajkot  Dist. 5 th Dist conference on 10-08-2013 at Rajkot

Thursday, August 8, 2013

Wednesday, August 7, 2013 M-94262 54999-Latest Updated information M-94262 54999 Central Trade Unions organise National Convention in Delhi to fight against the govt... policies... All the Central Trade Unions and Industrial Workers Unions and Federations have come up again on the road of struggle to change Central Govt. policies. They have announced the programme of ‘March to Parliament’ on 12th December, 2013. This programme was chalkedout in the very big gathering of the workers who have come to the convention at Mavalankar Hall on 6 th August 2013. This convention was organised by all the Central Trade Unions and independent federations. More than 1000 delegates have welcomed the decisions of the leadership in the convention for March to Parliament on 12th December and Demonstration / Satyagraha on 25th September, 2013. The presidium of the convention consisted of all the presidents of the participating organizations and it was addressed by S/ShriB.N.Rai (BMS), K.K.Nair (INTUC), GurudasDasgupta (AITUC), Harbhajan Singh and UmraomalPurohit (HMS), TapanSen (CITU), Satyavan Singh (AIUTUC) S.P. Tiwari (TUCC), Smt. LathaBahan (SEWA), Rajiv Dimri(AICCTU), Ashok Ghosh (UTUC) and Pachimuthu (LPF). At the concluding part of the meeting the president announced the declaration as unanimously passed amidst thunderous applause from the house. The speakers of the convention have congratulated the workers for the historic 48 hrs. strike on 20 –– 21, February, 2013. The convention has given a call to organize the sectoral programme of joint actions for effectively opposing Restructuring, Outsourcing etc. and on sector-specific issues/demands and against Divestment of shares in Public Sector Enterprises. The leadership has also expressed their views to conduct exclusive joint action Programmes on the demand of Minimum Wage and Contract Workers related other demands which was very much appreciated by the house. Some of the speakers in the convention have also appreciated the role of BSNL Employees to conduct joint struggle to survive the Company. Coms.V.A.N.Namboodiri, President, Animesh Mitra, Acting GS, S.C.Bhattacharjee, Treasurer, K.G. Jayaraj, GS, AIBDPA and other leaders of BSNL Employees Union were present in the convention. View of the audienceView of the dias Com. Tapan Sen, General Secretary, CITU, addressing M-94262 54999

Monday, August 5, 2013

National Convention at New Delhi-some Imp. Decesions-inf. by Ashok Hindocha M-94262 54999

NATIONAL CONVENTION OF BSNL EMPLOYEES “ON REVIVAL OF BSNL” 3 R D A U G U S T 2 0 1 3 M A V L A N K A R H A L L , N E W D E L H I . M-94262 54999 DECLARATION This National Convention of BSNL Employees held on 3 rd August 2013 at Mavlankar Hall, New Delhi, participated by BSNL employees from all over India, representing the 2.5 lakh employees expresses its deep concern and anxiety about the continued loss of BSNL for the last four financial years and the reduction in its market share. The slow growth rate is mainly due to lack of expansion and developmental activities, non-procurement of required equipment etc. which continue despite sustained demands raised by the employees and their unions for improvement of the services. Bharat Sanchar Nigam Limited (BSNL) was formed as a Public Sector Unit (PSU) on 1 st October 2000 from the Department of Telecom, Department of Telecom Services and Department of Telecom Operations ignoring the protest of the employees and their unions. The Overseas Communications and the telecom services in Delhi & Mumbai were corporatized earlier as Videsh Sanchar Nigam Limited (VSNL) and Mahanagar Telephones Nigam Limited (MTNL) respectively. The entire service sector of the department, which has been serving the nation in a very efficient way for more than one century, was converted in to three Public Sector Units. All the executive and non-executive employees were compelled to exercise option for the PSUs, while the top management, ITS officers, were given 5 years on deputation to submit their option. Five years earlier, in 1995, the telecom sector, which was completely under the government, was opened up for the private sector as per the National Telecom Policy 1995. This was part of the new economic and liberal policies of the government initiated in the early 1990s which intended to shift many activities of government to the private sector. Corporatisation is the first step towards privatisation as has already been seen in the case of VSNL, which has been handed over to Tatas and is now a private company by name Tata Telecommunications. More than 46% shares of MTNL stand disinvested. Government goes back from its financial commitments... At the time of corporatisation to BSNL, the government had assured it’s financial viability through Reimbursement of Licence Fee, Payment of Access Deficit Charge (ADC) collected from the private telecom companies and grant from Universal Service Obligation Fund (USOF) for providing services in remote and local areas which are loss-making, but are part of the social commitment of the government for providing universal communication services, where the private companies seldom operate. While the government implemented the above decisions for a few years, it has gone back from its commitments and discontinued all these financial assistance to BSNL arbitrarily. The reimbursement of licence fee and ADC has been stopped completely and the assistance from USO Fund reduced. [ Page no. 01 ]Unfair and Discriminatory Treatment to BSNL... From the time the private companies were granted licences to provide telecom services, they were favoured by the government and the DOT / MTNL /BSNL discriminated. The licences to provide mobile services were granted to private companies in 1995, while DOT (BSNL was formed later) and MTNL were denied the same till 2002, 6-7 years after, giving undue advantage to the former. The fixed amount for licence to private telcos which could have fetched around 1.25 lakh crore to the government was changed in to revenue sharing by which the government lost a very huge amount. The CAG has calculated the loss to the government at Rs. 1.76 lakh crore in the 2G spectrum auction, the beneficiaries of which were the various private companies. BSNL was compelled to pay Rs. 18,500 crore towards 3G and BWA Spectrum for pan India without allowing it to participate in the bids. But the private companies managed to provide all India services by paying about one third of the sum paid by BSNL, by illegally sharing the spectrum between them, while each bid only for a few circles. BSNL had to pay more, but was allotted spectrum which could not meet the future requirements for new technology, and private companies paid less and got spectrum suited to next generations. In short, on each and every occasion private companies were favoured and its own company discriminated by government. The interests of the private telecom companies became more important to the government. Procurement of Equipment... Despite the fact that mobile licence was granted to BSNL 6-7 years after it was granted to private companies, BSNL was gaining in the number of connections and was almost going to reach the first position by 2006-2007. A tender for 45.5 million mobile lines was floated and was going to be finalised when the government made BSNL Board to cancel the same. Another tender for 93 million lines was cancelled in the same way two years later. Had these tenders were finalised and equipment purchased, BSNL would have forged ahead in the mobile sector. BSNL is even now leading in both landlines and Broad Band connections. It was only through the one day successful strike of the employees that at least half of the first tender i.e. 22.5 million lines were purchased which saved the situation to a certain extent. There is acute shortage of equipment like mobile lines, phone instruments, cables, drop-wire, Optical Fibre Cables, Broad Band Modem, Jointing kits etc. which are hampering the services and fault repair. Though some purchases have been made in the last year, they are too insufficient to meet the requirement. Killing the goose which lays golden eggs... BSNL was having an average revenue of Rs. 35,000 – 40,000 crore till 2007-2008 and a profit of about Rs. 5,000- 10,000 crore per year. Due to government decision to go back from its earlier commitment on financial assistance, lack of equipment and also cut-throat competition, the revenue came down to Rs. 30,000 – 27,000 crores and also posting loss for the last 4 financial years. The loss in 2011 – 12 was Rs. 8,851 crores and in 2012-13, it may almost be the same. BSNL was having a cash balance of about Rs. 40,000 crore, all of which was taken back by the government through charges towards spectrum, an imaginary loan of Rs. 7,500 crore and its interest calculated at a high rate of 14.5% coming to about Rs. 12,000 crore, taxes, dividend etc. The Inefficient Management... BSNL Management is also fully responsible for the present unfavourable and unenviable position of BSNL. The fact that most of the top management officers (ITS Officers) do not belong to BSNL, but are on deputation from government and do not have much stake in the company, has [ Page no. 02 ]played a negative role in the growth and expansion of the company. BSNL needs committed and efficient management. The role of the employees and unions... The employees and their unions/associations had continuously raised issues concerning the development and expansion of the services. Much more is to be done to improve the services. The mind-set of the employees needs to be further improved to face the present challenges and for ensuring a better service to the customers. They should always remember that they are important stake-holders of the company and at the service of the nation and its people. The Forum of BSNL Unions / Associations has been mobilising the workers, approaching the BSNL Management and the government for necessary actions and decisions so that the BSNL, the telecom PSU, is strengthened and expanded and a better service is provided to the nation. Telecom is the second line of defence and concerns of national security have also to be considered. GoM for Revival of BSNL and MTNL... A Group of Ministers (GoM) for revival of BSNL and MTNL has now been formed by the Government with Shri P.Chidambaram, Finance Minister, as Chairman. The Forum of BSNL Unions/ Associations has submitted a detailed memorandum to the Chairman, GoM, with positive suggestions for the improvement and strengthening of BSNL with a request for personal hearing. These suggestions, if accepted, will certainly make BSNL financially viable and improve the services. This National Convention of BSNL Employees organised under the banner of the Forum of BSNL Unions and Associations which represents the more than 2.5 lakh employees places the following demands / suggestions before the government, the BSNL Management and workers for Revival of BSNL and for a Better Service to the Nation: 1. The Government should honour and implement the assurances given at the time of formation of BSNL for financial viability like Reimbursement of Licence Fee, Payment of ADC to BSNL and Liberal subsidy from the USO Fund for compensating the losses for providing services in villages, remote / rural / naxal affected areas etc. 2. The Spectrum should be allotted free to BSNL, which is the incumbent service provider and Government Company, including the additional spectrum with BSNL. 3. The Rs. 18,500 crore charges for BWA and 3G Spectrum collected from BSNL should be refunded. 4. Orders should be issued making it mandatory for all Central/State Government departments, Central/State PSUs to take telecom services from BSNL/MTNL as have been issued for air-travel by another central PSU, Air India. This will help in dealing with security concerns also. 5. Refund BSNL the huge interest of about Rs. 12,000 crore recovered from BSNL @ 14.5% for the Notional loan of Rs. 7,500 crore. 6. Transfer the assets and land to BSNL from the government for which BSNL is paying taxes and other charges. 7. An effective and quick mechanism and immediate procurement of equipment like Mobile lines, Broadband Modem, Cables, Drop Wires, Optical Fibre, Telephone Instruments etc. so that expansion and Development could be implemented quickly. [ Page no. 03 ]8. The Pension Contribution to be remitted to the government should be on the basis of actual pay and not on the basis of the maximum of the pay scale, by which the company is losing huge money. 9. BSNL should be exempted from payment to USO Fund, considering the fact that the financial condition of the BSNL is weak. 10. The Management of the company should belong to the company and not to deputed officers. 11. Telecom Factories should be modernised. In addition to towers, other equipment required for telecom services should be manufactured. It should be made mandatory for the field offices to purchase the equipment from telecom factories. 12. Effective functioning of the Works Committees at the SSA level so that discussion could take place between the unions/associations and management for expanding and improving the services. This should be extended to Circle and All India levels. 13. No VRS/Retrenchment in BSNL, which will have negative impact on the services as has already been the experience wherever it has been implemented. 14. No Disinvestment / Privatisation of BSNL 15. No Increase of FDI in Telecom Sector. In addition to the security concerns, increase in FDI will affect BSNL adversely, with huge funds available with the private companies. 16. Abolition of the Telecom Advisory Committees, which have been formed when only DOT was providing services, and which has got no relevance now except unnecessary expenditure. 17. Active and committed participation of the employees in marketing and other developmental activities. Programme of Action --- Organise Circle,,, SSA Conventions... This National Convention of BSNL employees calls upon the BSNL unions/associations to organise similar conventions at Circle and SSA levels to give wide propaganda to our demands, to educate the employees, to seek the support of the people for strengthening BSNL and enabling it to provide a better service. This National Convention feels that maximum efforts should be made to understand the requirement of the customers and provide them the same efficiently and effectively keeping very good cordial relationship. . The Forum of BSNL Unions/Associations assures the employees that it will make all out efforts to fight against the anti-BSNL policies and action of the government and also for a better future for the employees through saving and strengthening BSNL and its services. ********** FORUM OF BSNL UNIONS / ASSOCIATIONS M-94262 54999

Friday, August 2, 2013

PRATIBHA SANMAN SAMARO-Inf. By Ashok Hindocha M-94262 54999-arranged by Lohana yuvak Pragati Mandal Rajkot M-94262-54999