Monday, 1 October 2018

Technology Revolution brings GDS on Roads and Hills

Technology Revolution brings GDS on Roads and Hills

Only Gramin Dak Sevaks working in Postal Department.

But , as per Conduct&Engagement Rules, 2011 Rule 3A(i) , they are not allowed to perform their duty beyond 5 hours.

Accordingly wages were paid to those GDS on Time Related Continuity Allowance.

Simply says , they are not Central Government Employees and not part time/contractual employees.

This type of system not existing in any Government Organisation .

But Govt.of India proudly announce in Parliament " we serve the rural India through 1.3 lakh branch post offices".

These people are not getting any Common Man facilities which were enjoyed by the people in their respective States.

For example:

a) They are not allowed to get White Ration Card

b) They are not applicable to fees re-embursement ( engineeting and proffessional courses)

c) They are not eligible to Housing Schemes as announced by the State Governments.

d) They are also not considered for old age pension after 65 years which were disbursed by the respective BPM upto his retirement.

Why because

State Government Revenue authorities treated them as Central Government Employees.

This is the fate of GDS.

We are committed to amend GDS Conduct & Engagement Rules, 2011.

Ch.Laxmi Narayana


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