Monday, February 22, 2016

NCCPA Latest Circular and Letter to Joint Secretary Implementation Cell

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13.c Feroze Shah Road,m
 New Delhi. 110 001
20th  Feb. 2016.

President:                   Com. Shiv Gopal Misra..97176 47594
Secretary General:     Com. K.KN. Kutty. . 98110 48303

Dear Comrades,
                The National Joint Council of Action which met on 8th had decided to call upon the constituent originations to start preparation for an indefinite strike action. In a detailed plan chalked out, there will be a massive rally at Jantar Mantar, New Delhi on 11th March, 2016 in which the NJCA leaders will take part and the strike notice will be served on the Cabinet Secretary.  Simultaneously, all the affiliated Associations and Federations will serve the strike notice to their respective heads of Department..  The strike is to commence from 6,00AM on 11th “April, 2016.  On different dates, every State capital and big industrial units will organize a massive rally of all Central Government employees in which all the NJCA members will be present and the preparation for the strike will be reviewed.  The Railway and Defence Federations will complete the strike ballot by the 2nd week of February, 2016. Each Federation has been asked to chalk out their own programmes of campaign to make the strike a cent per cent success.   29th March will be observed throughout the country as Solidarity day by holding rallies and other mobilization programmes. 
                The NJCA met  Sheri R.K. Chathurvedi,  Joint Secretary, Implementation Cell, Department of Expenditure, Ministry of Finance , on his invitation on 19th Feb. 2016.  The Staff side explained the 26 demands and other issues on which the employees will be organizing the strike action in April, 2011.  It is learnt that the implementation cell has not received reports on Department specific issues and the same might take time.  The NJCA has pointed out to him that despite the submission of memorandum in many Departments the process of consultation with the Staff Side has not begun, barring a few.  Shri Chathurvedi has agreed to expedite the process and the cell will place the list of Nodal officers on its website.  It has also been agreed that the meeting with the empowered committee will be held in a fortnight’s time.
                The NCCPA has written to Shri R.K. Chathurfvedi on issues pertaining to Pensioners.  Our submissions are in consonance with the stand the NJCA has taken at the meeting with him on 19th Feb. 2016.  The undersigned had participated in the discussions with the Joint Secretary IC. in his capacity as the member of the NJCA.  We send herewith a copy of the said letter, which is self explanatory.  We have included the grant of HRA for pensioners as an additional item on the basis of the discussions, the NCCPA Sectt. had on 7th Feb. 2016. 
                We appeal to the affiliates of NCCPA to get in touch with all organizations and branches and units and the pensioners to elicit their participation in the programmes of action chalked out by the NJCA.  Once the state level meeting of NJCA is decided, we shall intimate you the itinery.  Since the undersigned would be going over to most of the States, it is appropriate that we must organize a separate meeting of the Pensioners Organizations in each State Capital, the details of which will be communicated to you in our next communication.  In the meantime, we propose to have a rally of Pensioners in all State capitals to project our demands separately either prior to 29th March or afterwards.  The affiliates are requested to kindly intimate the undersigned their views and opinion over this proposal. 
                With greetings,
Yours fraternally,
K.K.N. Kutty
Secretary General

Copy of NCCPA/s letter to the Joint Secretary, Implementation Celll. New Delhi.
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13.c Feroze Shah Road,m
 New Delhi. 110 001
20th  Feb. 2016.

President:                   Com. Shiv Gopal Misra..97176 47594
Secretary General:     Com. K.KN. Kutty. . 98110 48303

Shri R.K. Chathurvedi,
Joint Secretary,
Implementation Cell,
Department of Expenditure,
Ministry of Finance,
North Block
New Delhi. 110 001.

Dear Sir,

                                    Sub: 7thCPC recommendations on retirement benefits- Reg.

            The National Co-ordinating Committee of Pensioners Association is the apex organisation of Associations/Federations of Central Government Pensioners.  We had submitted a detailed memorandum to the 7th CPC on various demands, problems and grievances of the Central Government Pensioners.  However, it must be sadly admitted that most of the issues, which we had projected before the Commission did not have a proper consideration, may be perhaps, due to the Commission’s perceived anxiety over the financial constrains of the Government of India.  We have every reason to believe that their anxiety was not well placed, for the Government’s finances are far better presently than what it was two decades back.  The memorandum submitted by the Staff Side JCM National Council had elaborately dealt with the issue concerning the relative capacity of the Government to pay its employees and pensioners in the background of accelerated  growth of the economy, reduced tax burden on both business houses and the common people the reduced  percentage of expenditure on wages, salary and pension with reference to the Government’s revenue resources, revenue expenditure and the GDP itself.  The denial of the need based minimum wage,(in accordance wit Dy. Aykhroyd formula) in other words, the bare existence wage in the circumstance by the 7th CPC is incomprehensible.  We are pointing out this aspect of the recommendations,  for the successive earlier Commissions had denied the need based minimum wage on the specious plea of the inability of the Government to pay.   We hope you will appreciate that the present pensioners, who were in active service in 1960s, 1970s, 1980s, 1990s, did suffer immensely as they were denied even the bare existence wages.  They suffered on many counts, as they could not provide a decent standard of living to their families, could not construct a residential dwelling, could not educate their children properly for sheer want of requisite finances, so on and so forth.  The Pensioners’ community is presently concerned again with the minimum wage as the re-fixation of  pension on account of the wage revision effected by the 7th CPC is linked to the minimum wage.  We, therefore, appeal that the grievances presented by the Staff Side, National Council JCM on the determination of the quantum of minimum wage by the 7th CPC must be considered seriously and necessary corrections made. 

            Another important issue we would like to present before you,  concerns the New Pension Scheme introduced by the Government of India, with effect from. 1.1.2014.  Both the Serving employees and Pensioners organisations placed before the Commission, rather passionately, to consider their submissions made for the replacement of the newly introduced defined contributory system of pension for those who entered the Government of India Service from.1.1.2014 with the time tested defined benefit scheme of pension.  As of date the Government employees,  by virtue of the new contributory pension scheme are divided into two classes viz.  a good number of them receive emoluments after deduction of 10% towards pension contribution  whereas the other for the same job is provided with a higher rate of emoluments.  It is nothing but a blatant denial of equal pay for equal work.  We had pointed out to the Commission in no uncertain terms that the new scheme was conceived as an idea to allow the flow of the hard earned income of the employees to the Stock market and  permit the access of those funds for the corporate houses with no guaranteed return to the contributor.  We had pleaded before the Commission to recommend for the exclusion of the Government employees from the purview of the NPS, if the scrapping of the scheme  is infeasible in the light of the enactment of PFRDA.  The Commission, as you could see from the report, has enumerated innumerable flaws, defects, deficiencies and what not in the administrative apparatus of the NPS, which has now  amassed huge funds and its coffers are swelling enormously day by day.  They have still not evolved a mechanism to monitor the remittances by the concerned employers. The Commission has suggested in the light of their findings, cosmetic remedial measures which in all fairness one should admit,  will not address the issue.  In short, the Commission has not been  emboldened  to make a positive recommendation for the exclusion of the Central Government employees from its ambit, even though they have been convinced of the force of our submissions and arguments.  We may also state that the Commission which was anxious of the increased  financial outflow on account of the revision of wages and pension did not, rather failed to recognise the enormous outflow of tax payers money to the pension fund in the form of Governmental Contributions. Without stating the various other demerits of the New Contributory Pension Scheme, as it has been oft-repeated, we plead that the Government employees be excluded from the Contributory Pension scheme and all of them irrespective of their date of recruitment be brought within the purview of the time tested defined benefit pension system.

            Besides the submissions made in the preceding paragraphs, we enumerate hereunder some specific issues concerning pensioners and request the Implementation Committee to consider the same and place it before the empowering committee for  acceptance. 

1.      Parity between the past and present pensioners be brought about on the basis of the 7th CPC recommendations with the modification that the basis of computation be the pay level of the post/grade/scale of pay from which the employee retired, whichever is beneficial to him.

The 7th CPC has recommended the modus operandi for bringing about parity between the past and present pensioners.  While issuing orders in acceptance of this recommendation, we urge upon that care may be taken to provide the benefit to the pensioners as envisaged by the Commission in its letter and spirit.  Often we find when the orders are issued, the same is interpreted by the pension disbursing authority in such a manner that the envisaged benefit is denied to the deserving personnel on flimsy technical grounds.  We want you to appreciate that it is not a perceived grievance but a real and genuine one.  To cite a recent example:, When the orders on the question of modified parity was issued after the 6th CPOC recommendation, the  benefit was denied to a large number of pensioners by such an interpretation made by the Offices of the Controller General of Accounts.  The issue had to be agitated in the Central Administrative Tribunal, where the CGA’s interpretation was set aside.  The Government dragged the poor pensioners upto the highest court of justice in the country, the Supreme Court, before the concerned order was amended.  Even in the amended order, care was not taken to convey the benefit to certain pensioners fully on the specious plea that the words employed in the original orders speaks only of the scale of pay and not of the revised scale of pay.  It is highly unethical to drag the pensioners to the Courts. They are compelled to bear the huge expenditure involved in the litigation at the level of the Supreme Court . To avoid the recurrence of such a scenario, we plead that the orders must specify in unambiguous terms, that the parity must be with reference to the level of pay of an individual employee of the post/grade/scale of pay from which he/she retired, whichever is beneficial to that individual.   This is to take care of the situation where the concerned Government servant had been  granted MACP, or the pay scale/pay band/grade pay/ had been revised by the  Government either suo motu or on the basis of the recommendation of the Pay Commission.

2.      Pension to be 60% of the last pay drawn  and family pension to be 50% of the last pay drawn.   Minimum pension to be 60% of the minimum wage and minimum family pension to be 50% of the Minimum wage.

In our memorandum, we had demanded that pension to be 66.6% of the last pay drawn and the minimum pension to be 66.66% of the minimum wage. The CPC has not conceded this demand. Our present request in the matter is that the pension must be fixed at 60% of the last pay drawn and the minimum pension at the rate of 60% of the minimum wage.  This is on the ground that minimum wage is computed taking into account the family consisting of three units of two adults and two children ( i.e. 1+0.8+0.6+0.6=3) Since the requirement of the children can be excluded in the case of pensioners,  the rational approach will be to provide 60% of the minimum wage as the minimum pension  Both the pension and the minimum pension has to be at the rate of 60% of the last pay drawn (or average emoluments) and the minimum wage respectively.  The present stipulation of computing the pension at the rate of 50% and the minimum pension at 50% of the minimum wage has no basis at all. Family pension is granted mostly in the case of the surviving spouse or unmarried or widowed daughter.  To reduce the pension beyond 10% is to heap misery and agony on the survivors.  Our suggestion in the matter is that the surviving member of the family be provided with at least   50% of the pension.

3.      Enhance the pension and family pension on the basis of the increased age of the pensioner. Grant 5% rise in pension for every addition of 5 years of age, 10% after attaining the age of 80 and 20% for those beyond 90. 

The decaying process of physique gets accelerated normally after 60 years of age.  To keep one fit, after the age of 60, increased expenses on various counts are needed.  It was in recognition of this fact that the earlier Pay Commission suggested to calibrate the pension entitlement linking to the age of the pensioner.  The demand was formulated to rein in a logical methodology for such increases.  Our specific suggestion is to raise the quantum by5% (i.e. 65% at the age of 65) and by 5% for every five year increase in the age of pensioner.  However, the increase will have to be 10% at the age of 85 and 20% at the age of 90.

4.      Restoration of Commuted value after 10 years and gratuity as per the provisions of the Gratuity Act.      

It is now an admitted fact that the Government recovers the full value of the commuted portion of the pension in 10 years including the interest. However, it has refused to accede to the demand for a revision of the period of restoration when it was taken up in the National Council.    There had been no reason adduced as to why this demand cannot be accepted, when the issue was subjected to discussions before the 7th CPC.  Fifteen years is too long a period and the last five years in which the pensioner is denied the full pension is without justification. We request you to kindly place this fact before the Empowering Committee for a favourable decision. In the matter of gratuity our  demand is that the Government must adhere to the provisions of the Gratuity Act and no distinction between the Government employees and the workers in the Public or private enterprises be made in the matter.

5.      Fixed Medical Allowance.

In the case of pensioners who resides at locations not covered by the CGHS scheme has no health care benefit at all.  The serving employees are entitled for CGHS benefit  if they stay in any of the 26 cities where the CGHS facilities are available, and they enjoy the benefit of CVCS(MA) Rules  in other places. The Pensioners staying outside the CGHS areas  are to bear the health care expenses from the3oir meagre pension amount.   It is in consideration of this fact, a fixed medical allowance was introduced.  However, the quantum of such allowance is a paltry sum of  Rs. 500 p.m.  In the neo-liberalised economic system, the administered price mechanism barring in the case of a few medicines, has been dispensed with,  consequent upon which is the exorbitant prices of medicines in the market.      The pensioner is not able to afford the prices of medicines.  Either the  Government must come forward to bring in the application of CCS(MA) rules to the pensioners who are not within the ambit of CGHS or the FMA will have to be increased.  We request that the FMA may atleast be raised to Rs. 2000 per month.

6.      Grant of HRA for pensioners.
Gone are the days when the pensioner can expect to be looked after by their children.  In most of the cases, they are unable to live with their children even if the children are willing to accommodate them.  This is because of the frequent transfer of workplace and many other relevant factors.  As has been pointed out elsewhere in this letter, the pensioners of date were the serving employees of 1970s,80s and 90s.  They did not have a decent wage structure nor could they  obtain  loan facility from the banks on nominal interest (which the people of the present contemporary society enjoys), with the result they could not venture to own a house for occupation atleast after retirement.  Throughout their service career they had been in the occupation of the Government accommodation, which they had to vacate after retirement.  The real estate business in the country witnessed a boom in 1990s and 2000s, .  The pensioners cannot compete in the real estate market either with the consumers like serving employees or business people. All these factors put together makes the pensioners to shell out a major portion of his pension income only for hiring a dwelling place.  We, therefore, request  the Committee may consider the demand for HRA  from a humanitarian point of view.         

7.      Grant of an increment prior to the date of retirement.

Grant of one increment in the case of those pensioners who retired on completion of one year in service as on the date of superannuation had been the demand the staff side placed before the Government for their consideration in the National Council.  The demand was rejected on the technical ground that even though they had worked for a full year the grant of increment would be possible only if they are in service on the day when it become due.  The 6th CPC while recommending uniform date of increment for all Government Servants, also suggested that in the case of all employees who had completed more than six months, increment might be granted.  The issue was taken up before the 7th CPC too through our memorandum. The Commission also did not recommend the acceptance of our demand.  We therefore, appeal once again to the Government that this simple issue may be settled as it has very little coverage and the consequent financial implication is very meagre. 
            These are some of the issues, which various pensioners organisations have brought before us  to take it up with you.  We therefore, once again request you to kindly consider these issues in the light of the justification we have appended under each of them and recommend to the Government for a positive consideration thereof.

            Thanking you,
Yours faithfully,
K.K.N. Kutty
Secretary General.


Tuesday, February 16, 2016

Comrade Sankar Kaduskar No More!
Lal Salaam Comrade Kaduskarji! 

It is shocking to come to know that our senior leader / former P3 CHQ Vice President / President of Amravati Pensioners Organization has breathed his last yesterday the 15th February. A genial comrade, a comrade of working class vision, a leader always stood for ideals is no more. He used to attend all important conferences of NCCPA at Hyderabad or Kolkata despite his advanced age!  He used to give great advices for unity of all organizations of pensioners! The Postal movement and also the movement of pensioners have suffered irreparably in his demise! NCCPA dips its banner in honour and fond memories of comrade Kaduskarji! - KKN SG NCCPA

Saturday, February 13, 2016


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13.c Feroze Shah Road,m
 New Delhi. 110 001
11th Feb. 2016.

President:                           Com. Shiv Gopal Misra.
Secretary General:          Com. K.KN. Kutty.


The National secretariat of NCCPA met at AIRF Library hall, AIRF office, New Delhi as scheduled on 7.02.2016 at 2 PM. Com. Shiv Gopal Misra, President chaired the meeting. Com. Rakal DasGupta, President AIRF was the honoured Guest. 12 of the secretariat members could be present in the meeting. The comrades from Kerala Com. Sudhakaran and Com. Parameswaran had informed of their inability to attend the meeting. So was the case with the R.L. Bhattacharya and VAN. Namboodiri, Patrons and Com. K.V.Jayaraj &   Com. Dhaklhod had also informed of the difficulties in attending the meeting. In short quite a number of Secretariat members had not been able to be present at the meeting though intimation of the meeting had been given two months back. The meeting felt the debilitating impact of the absence of a large number of members. In this communication, we convey the decision taken on various agenda items. The minutes of the meeting will be circulated latter.

Agenda No.1

Com. Pavitra Chakraborty enumerated the various decisions taken in the last conference and indicated that most of them have been acted upon.

Agenda No. 2
The meeting noted that the note prepared and given to NJCA touches upon important issues. Though various other issues were raised, which are of concern to pensioners, most of the members felt the need to ensure that the party with the past and present pensioners as suggested by 7th CPC has  got to be  implemented with modification as sought for by us through the NJCA charter. The meeting also decided that in the light of the Supreme Court decision, the question of allowing full pension in the case of those who have completed 20 years is another issue, which must be pursued. To raise the FMA from Rs 500 to Rs 2000/ must also receive priority.  

Agenda No.3
Com. President after hearing the views of all members stated that he would get in touch with all Railway Pension Organizations to enlist them as affiliates of NCCPA. . It was also felt that some contact must     be established with defence Civilian pensioners. During the discussion, Com. Secretary General suggested for holding a National convention on NPS and PFRDA inviting all Pensioner organizations. The demand for rolling back of the Contributory Pension scheme, he added will receive wider appreciation and response, apart from giving an opportunity for all Pensioners organisation to come together on one platform.   The modus operandi will be worked out and the convention will be held at New Delhi. This suggestion was accepted by the house. 

Agenda No.4. Finance
Com. Pavitra Chakraborty will make available list of organizations who are in arrears of payment of subscriptions. Secretary General stated that priority must be given to collect arrears and then setup a working fund for day to day functioning apart from the annual subscription.   Com. Secretary General informed the house that a Savings Bank Account in the joint names of the Secretary General and the Treasurer has been opened in the Syndicate Bank Indra Park Branch, New Delhi. (Account No. 918820100n 26870) 

AgendaNo. 5. Journal.
Com. Pavitra Chakraborty said that the grant of postal registration for the journal is in the final stage  of approval and the same will be obtained in a few day’s time.  The meeting felt that the grant of postal registration would reduce the dispatch expenditure considerably. The meeting also discussed the need to widen the subscriber base of the journal.  All constituents would be requested to increase the number of subscribers.  Certain complaint of the non receipt of the journal and the non regularity was also made.  The necessity to publish the journal regularly was emphasised. 

Agenda No. 6. Any other matter with the permission of the Chair.
It was decided that the next meeting of the Secretariat must be held on 21st May, 2016.  In the light of the availability of three months, all Secretariat Members will ensure that they attend the meeting without fail.   The need for a separate bank account at Kolkata was raised by the Assistant Treasurer.  The meeting authorised Com. Pavitra Chakraborty to open a joint account with the Assistant Treasurer or convert the existing account. 
With greetings,
Yours fraternally,

K.K.N. Kutt6y
Secretary General.

We reproduce hereunder the National JCA circular letter dated 9.2.2016, which conveys the decision of the meeting of 8th February 2016. One of the programmes taken by the NJCA is to organise a massive rally in the State capitals, where all The NJCA members will take part. It is one programme in which the pension comrades can contribute immensely for its success. The discontent emanating from the 7th CPC recommendations is needed to be demonstrated     for an effective negotiation. The 7th CPC , as you are aware , has totally disregarded the health care requirement of pensioners. They have not even found if right to raise the fixed medical allowances. We know the CGHS recognized hospitals are there only for the name sake and complaints are galore of even these hospitals closing door to pensioners for the Government does not pay the bills to them in time . While we appreciate the difficulties and inconvenience of our pensioner comrades to undertake travel and participate in the rally and demonstration, if has become unfortunately inevitable. We appeal to all our constituents to embark upon a series of meetings in different places to convey to our comrades the need to take part in the Central rally.
On 11th March 2016, the NJCA has decided to organize a massive    rally at Jantar Mantar, New Delhi to submit the Strike Notice. No separate rally is proposed  for Delhi. A good number of pensioners are required to take part in the rally. We appeal to pensioners residing   in and around  Delhi to take  the trouble of being at Janter Manter on 11.03.2016. The Confederation  of CGEs have decided to organize demonstration in front of all offices on 11.03.2016 to serve strike notices on the concerned heads of offices.  Pension comrades are requested  to please participate in that programme at offices nearby their  residence.
National Joint Council of Action
4, State Entry Road, New Delhi – 110055
No.NJC/2015/7th CPC                                                                                                February 9, 2016

All Constituents of NJCA

Dear Comrade
The NJCA met on 08.02.2016 as scheduled. The meeting after taking into account various factors decided that the proposed indefinite strike will commence from 11.04.2016 if no settlement is brought about on the charter of demands by that time. The meeting also took the following decisions.

1.      Strike notice will be served by the NJCA and all its constituents on 11.03.2016 by holding massive demonstration.

2.      There will be a massive Rally on 11.03.2016 at Delhi and leaders of NJCA will make it possible to attend the said rally and the strike notice will be served on Cabinet Secretary, Government of India.

3.      All the National JCA leaders will attend Rally at the State Capitals/big industrial centres during the month March and April, 2016. Dates will be finalised in consultation with the concerned State JCA.

4.      To strengthen the campaign, the NJCA will place on the website a pamphlet explaining the demands.

5.      Posters will be centrally designed and kept in the website for State JCAs and constituents to adopt.

6.      All Constituents will undertake independent campaign programmes in the month of March 2016 to popularize the demands.

7.      29th March will be observed as solidarity day throughout the country unitedly by all the Constituents of NJCA.

8.      The indefinite strike will commence at 6 am on 11.04.2016.

9.      The updated Charter of Demands on which the indefinite strike is to be organized is enclosed.

10.  The Constituent organizations may add sectional demands as Part B of the Charter of Demands of the NJCA

The National JCA appeals all constituents to make intensive campaigns to make the strike an unprecedented success.

With greetings,
Yours fraternally,

(Shiva Gopal Mishra)

Charter of Demands

1.      Settle the issues raised by the NJCA on the recommendations of the 7 CPC sent to Cabinet Secretary vide letter dated 10th December 2015

2.      Remove the injustice done in the assignment of pay scales to technical/safety categories etc. in Railways& Defence, different categories in other Central Govt establishments by the 7 CPC

3.      Scrap the PFRDA Act and NPS and grant Pension/family Pension to all CG employees under CCS (Pension) Rules, 1972 & Railways Pension Rules, 1993

4.      i) No privatization, /outsourcing/contractorisation of governmental functions
ii) Treat GDS as Civil Servants and extend proportional benefit on pension and allowances to the GDS

5.   No FDI in Railways & Defence; No corporatization of Defence Production Units and Postal Department.

6.      Fill up all vacant posts in the government departments, lift the ban on creation of posts; Regularise the casual/contract workers

7.      Remove ceiling on compassionate ground appointments

8.      Extend the benefit of Bonus Act,1965 amendment on enhancement of payment ceiling to the adhoc Bonus/PLB of Central Government employees with effect from the Financial year 2014-15

9.      Ensure Five promotions in the service career of an employee

10.  Do not amend Labour Laws in the name of Labour Reforms which will take away the existing benefits to the workers

11.  Revive JCM functioning at all levels


Saturday, February 6, 2016

Comrade S.K.Vyas Memorial Day


Dear Comrades!

The 3rd AIC of NCCPA held at Kolkata recently in the month of November 2015 had resolved to observe 13th February each year as the Memorial Day of Comrade S.K.Vyas. It is our misfortune that we miss him at this hour of dealing with the aftermath of 7th CPC with the Central Government. Comrade S.K.Vyas who had associated himself from the 1st Pay Commission to the recent 7th Pay Commission, had dealt the Pay Commissions and the Central Rulers with his nature bestowed intelligence and wisdom. An undisputed leader of the Central Government Employees and the Pensioners in India, his contributions are immense. His lone voice in the Standing Committee of JCM at times when the Government tried to impound the dues of CG Employees or tried to freeze the wages of Employees is still ringing around us and leading us to take correct positions at times of policy offensives of the Government. His role in linking the CG Employees movement with the entirety of the Working Class movement of India was spectacular. In fact we take pride in his leading role in unifying the government employees and the central trade unions of working class on a single platform of struggle against the neo-liberal offensives. He was also the founder of NCCPA the apex organisation of all Central Government Pensioners in India. NCCPA CHQ calls upon all organisations to hold befitting meetings in accordance with the decision of NCCPA AIC and remember Comrade S.K.Vyas!

Secretary General NCCPA