Sunday, February 28, 2016

Farewell to our beloved Ex-General Secretary, Com. Manjit Singh

1.             Com. Manjit Singh, Ex-General Secretary of this Administrative Union will be retiring to-day i.e. on 29th February 2016. He was born on 7th Feb’ 1956. Com. Manjit Singh Joined as LDC in Circle Office, Haryana Circle on 21st April, 1980 and became D.O. in 1996. He got MACP – III and retiring as PACO from Building Section, O/o the Ch. PMG, Haryana Circle. He is retiring after rendering more than 35 years and 10 months of glorious & meritorious service to the Department and also to this Union. He was elected as the Circle Secretary in 1987 and continued for almost 3 decades. He is the leader of the staff-side since 1987 & still holding the post. He became elected as the General Secretary of this Administrative Union and held that post during the period from 2001 to 2003. He served as the General Secretary at a very crucial point of time and tried to ventilate many problems of the Administrative workers in-spite of many constraints.  

2.             Com. Manjit Singh is very simple in his life style and is loved by all. He is very soft spoken with high value and struggled a lot to the cause of the workers. His befitting struggle for the cause of broader unity amongst the workers will always be remembered. He organized many struggles and played a leading role in the struggles. He always responded positively in the strikes and struggles with all out effort and courage.

3.             My deep association with Comrade Manjit Singh is like brother and elder brother and sometimes as a friend, he guided me with much affection and love, which I shall always remember. 

4.             This Administrative Union records its appreciation and gratitude to Com. Manjit Singh for his life long service for the Organization and wish him a long, happy and peaceful retired life. Although he will be retiring from the Govt. service, we expect him to continue his services to this Organization under the leadership of National Federation of Postal Employees for many more years to come.  

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