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Thursday, July 18, 2013

GOVT. has to implement the apex court Judgement on MACP Scheme: ADASA - Doordarshan members met with JCM member

ADASA – Doordarshan Members met with JCM member Shri M. Raghavaiah at Hyderabad
A MEET WITH RAGHAVAIAH, JCM MEMBER

ADASA, Doordarshan Members meet JCM member Shri M. Raghavaiah at Hyderabad yesterday evening to know the latest developments concerning Central Government Employees.  Shri Raghavaiah explained that so far only three meetings have taken place with anomaly committee to resolve the anomalies cropped up after the implementation of VI CPC recommendations.

While explaining the developments, he stressed the need to rectify certain provisions in MACP scheme as any new scheme should be more beneficial than the existing one.  Where as the MACP scheme is detrimental to the interest of employees, particularly at lower level.  In this context he said that he has submitted certain proposals for modifying the conditions in MACP Scheme and awaiting the reply.  The ADASA members have drawn his attention to the latest Punjab & Haryana High Court judgement, CAT Principle Bench judgement, Apex courts rejection to allow the SLP on MACP, he explained that they are fighting since 2010 for modifying the provisions which are having adverse affect.

He felt because of the observations of Judiciary at highest level, now the government has no other option except to modify the provisions gracefully, which will benefit all the employees in general particularly at lower level. He has asked the members to feel free and interact on the issues concerning central government employees and volunteered to support for the true cause.  The meeting ended by expressing sincere thanks by all our members for sparing his valuable time despite busy schedule.


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