Wednesday, November 6, 2013

A case of West Bengal Circle

  Shri J. Panda
  Chief Post Master General
  West Bengal Circle

No : Au/WB/A-3/Staff.                                                  Dated at Kolkata-12, the 01-11-2013

Respected Sir,

            This union expresses its deep gratitude to you and to the Director of Postal Services (HQ) for taking a serious initiative for settlement of the case of Shri Bharat Chandra Das, Ex S/S, A&P/B Sec, CO. Without your all out cooperation and direct initiative of Director of Postal Services (HQ), that case of Shri Bharat Chandra Das would not have been settled.
            In almost a similar case Shri Partha Sarathi Guha who is presently working as PACO (BCR), CR & Despatch Sec in CO, your kind intervention is required. Shri Guha entered in the Department as a Postman in the year 1979. Shri Guha was appoinmted as LDC, SBCO on 03-10-1981 against the outsider Direct Recruit Quota. There was no provision in the relevant recruitment rules for appointment in LDC Cadre from Postman Cadre through Departmental Examination. But he has not yet been conferred  the 3rd MACP although he has completed 30 yrs of service on 03-10-2011 in LDC Cadre. Like in the case of Shri Bharat Chandra Das, In this case also “the regular service for the purpose of MACPS commences from the date of joining in LDC SBCO Cadre as direct recruit basis” in the light of Postal Dte’s Pay Commission Cell, through its order bearing no. 4-7/MACPs/2009-PCC dated 25-04-2011 (Copy enclosed). Thus the final disposal of recent case of  Shri Bharat Chandra Das unveils legitimacy of 3rd MACP upgradation of Shri Partha Sarathi Guha w.e.f. 03-10-2011.
            Therefore, you are requested to intervene into the matter and to settle the case at the earliest, so that the concerned official Shri Guha is relieved of untold mental sufferings and agony, for which act consideration we shall remain grateful to you.  
            With respectful regards, 

                                                                                                                 Yours faithfully,

                                                                                                               P. Bhattacharjee
                                                                                                               Circle Secretary

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