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Office bearers
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Office bearers

  • Com. Balbir Singh

    [ President ]
  • Com. P. Abhimanyu

    [ General Secretary ]
  • Com. Swapan Chakraborty

    [ Deputy General Secretary ]
  • Com. Gakul Borah

    [ Treasurer ]

Dada Ghosh Bhawan, 2151/1, New Patel Nagar, Opp. Shadipur Bus Depot, New Delhi- 110008

011-25705385(Office), 011-25894862(Fax)

envelopebsnleuchq@gmail.com
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Office bearers
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Office bearers

  • Com. Balbir Singh

    [ President ]
  • Com. P. Abhimanyu

    [ General Secretary ]
  • Com. Swapan Chakraborty

    [ Deputy General Secretary ]
  • Com. Gakul Borah

    [ Treasurer ]

Dada Ghosh Bhawan, 2151/1, New Patel Nagar, Opp. Shadipur Bus Depot, New Delhi- 110008

011-25705385(Office), 011-25894862(Fax)

envelopebsnleuchq@gmail.com

calendar 21 - Apr - 2018
Criminal Adesh Kumar Gupta, ITS, arrested by CBI.

The CBI has arrested the notorious and corrupt ITS officer Adesh Kumar Gupta, along with two other officers in a bribery case. Adesh Kumar Gupta, who is working as the PGM, Faridabad, Haryana, has been arrested with two other officers, Kamal Mewani, AGM and Shankar Verma, JTO. It may be recollected that Adesh Kumar Gupta is the person, who was involved in the murder of Com. Sukendar Pal Singh, the former BSNLEU district secretary of Ghaziabad. In the present case, the CBI has registered a case under section 120-B of IPC and Section 7 of PC Act, 1988, on a complaint received from a contractor. It was alleged that the contractor was awarded work related to provisioning of new broadband connections/maintenance of broadband services by the Office of the PGM, BSNL, Faridabad. On completion of the work, the contractor has submitted 32 bills, totalling Rs. 7,99,877 for the said work during the period November, 2017 to January, 2018. Adesh Kumar Gupta has demanded Rs 51,000 through the AGM, for passing the bills. It is noteworthy that on an earlier occasion also, Adesh Kumar Gupta, was arrested on corruption charges, when he was GM, Noida. However, he managed to become the the PGM of nearby Faridabad. This only shows the influence he enjoys with the “ higher-ups”.

 

[ Source : UNI dated 21-04-2018 ]

calendar 21 - Apr - 2018

Com. G.B.Salakki, former AGS, BSNLEU, bereaved.

 

Mrs.Nandavva Basappa Salakki, mother of Com.G.B.Salakki, former AGS, BSNLEU, passed away at Bijapur yesterday. She was 92 years old. She had been the affectionate mother of many of the BSNLEU comrades of Bijapur, as well as many circle level leaders of the Union. She used to attend the programmes of our Union at Bijapur. The CHQ of BSNLEU grieves due to the death of this affectionate mother, and conveys it’s heartfelt condolences to Com.G.B.Salakki, former AGS, his family members and the comrades of BSNLEU

calendar 21 - Apr - 2018
Memorandum submitted to the Governors of Tamil Nadu and Punjab.

As per the call of the AUAB, memorandums were submitted to the Governors of Tamil Nadu and Punjab, even though Marches were not conducted. In Tamil Nadu, permission was not granted by the police,  to conduct the March to Raj Bhawan. But, the leaders of AUAB were granted time by the Governor, for submission of the memorandum. Accordingly, the AUAB leaders met the Tamil Nadu Governor and submitted the memorandum. In Punjab, a demonstration was conducted in BSNL office, and thereafter the memorandum was submitted  to the Governor by the leaders of AUAB. 

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calendar 21 - Apr - 2018
Circle Executive Committee meeting of Telecom Factory ( Kolkata) conducted.

As per the decision of the Agartala CEC meeting,  the Circle Executive Committee meeting was conducted by Telecom Factory, Kolkata Circle, on 20.04.2018.  Com.Sekhar Bhattacharjee, Circle President, presided over the meeting. Com, Om prakash Sing, Circle Secretary cum Organising Secretary(CHQ), welcomed all the comrades and made his presentation. As per decision of CEC meeting, Com. Saibal Sengupta, AGS, reported the decisions of the Agartala CEC meeting. After discussion by the executive committee members, the meeting resolved to implement the decisions of the Agartala CEC meeting.

calendar 21 - Apr - 2018
Circle Executive Committee meeting of Bihar circle held.

As per the decision of the Agartala CEC meeting of BSNLEU, the Circle Executive Committee meeting of Bihar circle was held on 20th April, 2018 at Samastipur. The meeting was presided over by com M.K.Singh, circle president. After submission of the draft activities report by Com B.P.Singh, CS, Com Sunithi Choudhury, Organising Secretary (CHQ)   and all district secretaries took part in the discussion. Com  Swapan Chakraborty ,Dy GS, addressed the meeting and  explained the decisions of the Agartala CEC meeting. He spoke elobratedly on the neo-liberal policies,  struggles against the Subsidiary Tower Company, Wage Revision and other important issues.The meeting decided to implement the decisions of the Agartala CEC meeting, in Bihar circle. More than 50 circle office bearers and district secretaries attended the meeting.

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20 - Apr - 2018
DPE gives clearance to DoT, for taking up the wage revision of BSNL employees with the Cabinet.

It may be recollected that in the meeting held between  the Hon'ble Minister of State for Communications and the AUAB, held on 24-02-2018, the Hon'ble Minister said that the wage revision issue of the BSNL employees would be taken for the approval of the Cabinet. The Hon'ble Minister also stated that, the approval of the DPE would also be taken on the matter. Accordingly, the issue was referred to the DPE, by the DoT. The DPE has now written to the DoT, stating that the wage revision matter could be taken for the approval of the Cabinet. Thus, the first step, in getting approval for the wage revision of BSNL employees has been completed. The AUAB will continue to monitor the developments and will take the needful steps, for the final settlement of the issue.

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20 - Apr - 2018
BSNLEU heartily congratulates the BSNL employees for making the "March to Raj Bhawan" programme successful.

The AUAB has given the call for conducting the "March to Raj Bhawan" programme on 19-04-2018, demanding the rolling back of the Subsidiary Tower Company. In most of the circles, the call has been successfully implemented. In some states, permission was not granted due to prohibitory orders. In such places alternative programme have been conducted. In many circles, the memorandum has been directly received by the state governors. BSNLEU heartily congratulates all the comrades for successfully implementing the call.

20 - Apr - 2018
Karnataka - Permission was denied for March to Raj Bhawan - Inspiring Candle Light Demonstration was organised.

The All Unioins and Associations of  BSNL Karnataka Circle organised a fantastic candle light demonstration,  in front of Town Hall, Bengaluru on the evening of 19th April 2018. Permission was not granted for March to Raj Bhawan, in view of the election code of discipline.  The Governor and ADC did not give appointment, hence the memorandum was submitted in the Governor's office.

       

20 - Apr - 2018
Madhya Pradesh - March to Raj Bhawan and presentation of memorandum to the Governor

The AUAB, Madhya Pradesh circle, conducted March to Raj Bhawan, in the route permitted by the police. A meeting took place between the Governor of Madhya Pradesh and memorandum was submitted. Com.G.L.Jogi, Senior leader, SNEA, who was present in Bhopal, participated. Memorandum was handed over to Her Excellency Governor , Smt Anandi Ben Patel in Governor House, Bhopal. Com G L Jogi, Com Prakash Sharma, CS, BSNLEU, Com Dutta Majumdar, CS, SNEA and Com Parvez, CS, AIBSNLEA were in the delegation. Governor patiently heard our issue and discussed with delegation for almost 15 minutes. 

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20 - Apr - 2018
Maharashtra - Permission for March to Raj Bhawan denied - Dharna conducted at Azad Maidan.

The AUAB, Maharashtra conducted an impressive dharna at Azad Maidan, Mumbai, on 19-04-2018. Permission was denied to conduct March to Raj Bhawan. After observing the dharna, the representatives of the AUAB submitted the memorandum in the Governor's office.

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