Friday, June 4, 2021

WEBINAR on CGHS & Medical Insurance!

Join the WEBINAR on 29th! 

AIPRPA CHQ is organising a WEBINAR on 29.06.2021 from 4.00 P M to 05.30 P.M. Comrade KKN Kutty SG NCCPA will present the main speech. 

Topic: CGHS - and - Medical Insurance Scheme. ( Naturally the topic will cover the origin of CGHS; growth; Merger of P&T Dispensaries; Our struggle to allow P&T retirees in CGHS without discrimination and present day problems in the scheme as well as the urgent need of Medical Insurance Scheme) 

The Zoom Link to the WEBINAR will be sent by Emails and Social Media Platforms later by Comrade K.Ragavendran GS AIPRPA. All are advised to download zoom app in their system or mobiles and keep ready to make the WEBINAR a grand success by our participation. 

Also remember you can raise questions at the end.


Friday, May 28, 2021

NCCPA writes to Government on including AIIMS of AP and Telangana to CGHS Empaneled list

 NCCPA Writes letter to Health Secretary to take action to include the AIIMS of Andhra and Telangana to the Empaneled list of CGHS



(Registered undder the T.U. Act.No. RTU01/2021.Dated.7.01.2021

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SECy. GENERAL:          COM.K.K.N.KUTTY. (98110 483030)

Dated: 28th March, 2021.


The Secretary, heath,

Government of India,

Nirman Bhawan,

New Delhi. 110 001


Dear Sir,


Sub: Empanelment of AIIMS In Ranga Reddy District Telengana, Mangalagiri, Guntur District in Andhra Pradesh.


              As part of the scheme to bring super speciality hospital facilities to  all States of the country, the Government had set up AIIMS in Andhra Pradesh and Telengana.  In Telengana it is located in Ranga Reddy District and in Mangalagiri , Guntur District in A.P.  Both these hospitals have come of standard and have started functioning.  They have also become much sought after hospitals in these two States.  No doubt, the pressure on AIIMS Delhi has eased due to this step taken by the Government. 

               However, these hospitals have not yet been empanelled by the CGHS for treatment of the beneficiaries.  An urgent need has now come about due to the corona pandemic which has put pressure on all hospitals especially those in Government sector .  The beneficiaries in both the States have expressed their desire that these two AIIMS be empanelled.

               We, therefore, request you to kindly give necessary directions  to empanel the above mentioned two AIIMS as recognised hospitals for treatment of CGHS beneficiaries.  Since these hospitals are in Government sector and the rate they charge for different treatment procedures being on par with the AIIMS Delhi, we hope that the recognition of these hospitals may not pose any difficulty.


              Thanking you, 

Yours faithfullly,


(KKN Kutty)

Secretary General 


Wednesday, May 26, 2021

NCCPA Secretary General letter on convening of NJCA Meeting

 DA/DP Unfreezing and Other Important issues of Employees and Pensioners to be highlighted!

* NCCPA SG Comrade KKN Kutty writes to NCCPA Prasident  NJCA Convenor Comrade S.G.Mishra requesting him to take measures to convene NJCA and take appropriate action.

* NCCPA raises 10 Points for facilitating raising with the Government. 

* The letter of NCCPA is reproduced hereunder:



(Registered undder the T.U. Act.No. RTU01/2021.Dated.7.01.2021

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SECy. GENERAL:          COM.K.K.N.KUTTY. (98110 483030)

Dated: 28th March, 2021.


Dear Comrade,


Kindly refer to the telephonic conversation we had yesterday .  As I told you, we are getting frantic calls from our senior comrades over the non payment of DR/DA and other covid related issues.  They are apprehensive of the Government further freezing the DA/DR and ultimately denying the payment of DA itself in future  Given the hollowness of the assurances held out by the bureaucrats on many previous  occasions,  we have reason to believe that the said apprehension is not totally misplaced.  They are of the opinion that a united action programme, howsoever simple it is, must be organised by the working employees and the pensioners together to highlight some of the pressing issues.  The National JCA which we had formed in the wake of the 7th CPC  wage revision, will be the best suited platform for organising such an action.  Fairly almost all Federations of CGEs have representation in that set up .  The Pensioners Associations in the country have all followed the decision of the NJCA.  In the circumstances, it would be appropriate that you may convene a meeting of the NJCA through any virtual platform so that consultation with all concerned could be conducted and appropriate decisions taken.  I give hereunder some of the issues, which we might highlight for immediate resolution for an all out settlement of the earlier charter of demands appears to be a distant possibility. 


1.       Payment of DA/DR to all employees and pensioners with arrears; immediate issuance of the requisite orders.

2.       Implementation of the supreme court decisions considering them as decision  in ram especially in the following cases:

(a)    Notional increment for those who have completed one year piror to retirement I,.e. on 30th June and 31st December.

(b)    To give effect to the MACP scheme from 1.1.2006, which had already been done in the case of armed personnel;

(c)     Any other such decisions of the supreme court, which have already been subjected to discussions at the Standing Committee.

3.       Include the Central Government employees in the priority list of covid vaccination as they are required to discharge official functions even during the period of lock out.

4.       Declare all CGHS dispensaries/Wellness centres, Railways hospitals and dispensaries as vaccination centre where the Central Government will provide the vaccines;

5.       Payment of compensation (not less than 10 lakhs) to all those who died of covid. (The BSNL management has already taken such a decision in the matter)

6.       Provide compassionate appointments to the wards of all CG employees, who died since November, 2019 without adhering to the illogical ceiling of 5%

7.       Evolve a health insurance scheme for all employees and pensioners to cover up all pensioners, who are outside the ambit of CGHS;

8.       Take steps to revive all PSUs which are either closed down or privatised, which are capable of manufacturing vaccine in the background of the acute shortage as also the oxygen units

9.       Provide full wages to all workers who are engaged on daily rated basis even for the days they could not attend office due to covid related reasons.

10.   Any other issues which the meeting might consider important and required to be included 

With greetings,

Yours fraternally,


KKN. Kutty,

Secretary General. 


Secretary Staff Side JCM ,NC

President NCCPA and convenor National JCA

13 C Feroze Shaw road,

New Delhi. 110 001. 

Monday, May 24, 2021

NCCPA Calls for Observance of Black Day along with Confederation of CG Employees!

NCCPA has issued the following Circular to endorse the stand of the Confederation of CG Employees & Workers to support 26th May call of "Observance of Black Day"



(Registered undder the T.U. Act.No. RTU01/2021.Dated.7.01.2021

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SECy. GENERAL:          COM.K.K.N.KUTTY. (98110 483030)

Dated: 23rd May, 2021

Dear Comrades,


              We reproduce hereunder the extract from  the circular letter issued by the Confederation of Central Government employees and workers in connection with the observance of Black day on 26th May 2021.  In the matters of common interest, you are aware, the NCCPA and the Confederation endeavours to function jointly.  In the present covid situation, whereby most of our cities and towns are under lock down a demonstrative action in front of Government offices is a rare possibility.  We, therefore, request our affiliates, State Units, CGPAs and other members to join the programme wherever possible or wear the black badges on 26th May, 2021 even when you are at home. This is to convey our discontent and anger to the powers that be in a democratic manner. 


              With greetings,

Yours fraternally,


K.K.N. Kutty.

Secretary General.


Extract from the circular letter of the Confederation of CGE & Workers dated 23rd May, 2021.


Dear Comrades,


              Kindly see the  Press Statement issued by the Central Trade Unions on 20th May, 2021 calling upon all workers to observe 26th May, 2021 as Black day.  The full text of the Press Statement has been placed on the Confederation’s website .


              Confederation, as you all know, had been part and parcel of the joint movement of the Trade Unions in the country, ever since the new economic policies were ushered in and implemented by the successive Governments that came to power at the Centre since 1991.  We endorse the call of the Central Trade Unions to observer 26th May, 2021 as Black day.  We are aware that quite a number of cities and towns in our country are under lock down due to the rapid spread of the pandemic corona-Covid 19.  There are stipulations made by the respective State Governments in so far as maintaining social distance is concerned.  We request our members through our affiliates and State COCs to organise the protest programme adhering to those stipulations and taking care that our protest action in no way accentuate the  spread of the disease.  Kindly ensure that every member wears black badge on 26th May 2021 and if possible badges indicating the issues on which we are agitated,  throughout the day .  Please also ensure that black flags are kept in the office compound   Written posters may be affixed in prominent places.  The State units might publish pamphlets or leaflets highlighting the following issues;


(a)    The denial and continued freezing of the dearness allowance/dearness relief instalments that have become due to the CGEs/CG Pensioners since January, 2020;

(b)    The nugatory attitude of the Government in settling the demands of the CGEs even those cases where the highest court of the country, the supreme court has given their decision in favour of the employees/pensioners;

(c)     The impasse created in combating the pandemic corona covid 19 due to the deficiency of vaccines; medicines, hospital beds, oxygen, ventilators, ICUs etc  which has resulted in the death of lakhs of people in the country.   As of today, the number of covid related death in the country has crossed the 3 lakh mark.  The above situation had been the product of the pernicious decisions emanating from the pursuance of the neo liberal economic policies, due to which the vaccine manufacturing  PSUS  were either closed down or hived off to the private entrepreneurs.  The crony capitalism by virtue of which the tax payers money is allowed to flow into the hands of selected Industrialists, which has become of theme of governance of the present government had been the single significant culprit for the present situation in the country;

(d)    The unhindered spread of obscurantist  and irrational beliefs by those occupying high positions in the Government and the society obliterating even whatever scientific temper exist in the society has accentuated the death toll and has created invincible impediments in the efforts of the health workers;

(e)    The continuous price rise of all petroleum products in the post-election fortnight  without any rhyme or reason, especially when the international crude oil prices has crashed  igniting inflation by the oil PSUs to make super profits out of human misery with the seal of approval of the government in power;

(f)      Withdrawing the benefits of both farmers and workers by passing legislations in the form of labour codes and farm laws and driving them to pitiable standard of living;

(g)    Refusing to render any assistance to the workers especially in the unorganised sectors who have lost their livelihood due to the lock down and corona;

(h)    The misuse and abuse of state power to imprison people who raise their voice in support of the poor workers and extreme intolerance towards dissenting views;

(i)      Above all the failure to provide  adequate health care facilities to the  people who are affected by the covid pandemic.

Wednesday, May 5, 2021


NEWS LETTER News Letter May issue is placed in web version. All are requested to download it and take a printout if necessary. Due to pandemic the physical copy is not despatched and only web version is placed and you may get the same from https://www.scribd.com/document/506471841/News-Letter-May - You will be able to download the version from SCRIBD Documents by typing the above link in the address bar -KKN Kutty SG NCCPA

Friday, April 30, 2021

Make the WEBINAR Successful!


Remember the Webinar on May Day 01.05.2021 at 3.15 P.M to 05.00 P.M on “ Role of Pensioners in the Workers Movement” by K.HEMALATHA CITU National President. Kindly make the Webinar Successful by your presence. 

All Office Bearers of NCCPA; Affiliated State General Secretaries of CGPA and earmarked representatives of each Affiliate of NCCPA are requested to join in Google Meet by clicking the LINK already sent to them in their EMAIL IDs. The LINK is reproduced again for the benefit: Google Meet joining info Video call link: https://meet.google.com/ycg-iovx-fmd

All other Members and well-wishers are requested to see the LIVE TELECAST of the Webinar in the You Tube Link already publicized in our website www.nccpahq.blogspot.com. However for the benefit of all the LINK is reproduced hereunder: YouTube via https:/youtu.be/HxRt0_WchGw

Once again all are requested to make the Programme successful with your presence.

Sunday, April 25, 2021



NCCPA Event of Webinar on “Role of Pensioners in the Workers Movement”


Date: 01.05.2021 – 3.30 P.M to 5.00 P.M.


Speaker: CITU National President Comrade K.Hemalatha



Saturday, 1 May  •  15:00–18:00

Google Meet joining info

Video call link: https://meet.google.com/ycg-iovx-fmd



[26/04, 08:02] KKN: The above event is also streamed live on YouTube via https:/youtu.be/HxRt0_WchGw


Dear comrades.

The first link is for participation and inter action. NCCPA Office Bearers and earmarked invitees of each Affiliate of NCCPA will join the Google Meet for participation and interaction.

All others may watch the event LIVE in You Tube by clicking the you tube link provided above. Those who want to listen the event can watch the You Tube by clicking the link of You Tube.

Affiliates may give wide publicity to the first LINK in Google Meet among their office bearers and allotted invitees. They may give publicity among their members so that all can watch the Webinar LIVE in the You Tube by clicking that LINK.