Tuesday, February 25, 2014

Letter to Secretary (P) i/c/w promotion and postings in the grade of Dy. Manager (MMS)

No. CHQ/AIAIASP/Dy.Manager/2014                                   Dated:  25/2/2014.

Ms. P. Gopinath,
Director General,
Department of Posts,
Dak Bhawan, Sansad Marg,
New Delhi-110 001.  

Subject :  Promotion and postings in the Grade of Dy. Manager (MMS).   

Respected Madam,  

          IP/ASP Association would like to bring to your kind notice that Directorate vide memo No. 6-02/2009-SPG dated 08/01/2014 has temporarily downgraded 4 posts of Managers (MMS) of Guwahati, Chandigarh, Pune and Bhopal as Dy. Manager (MMS) and posted regular incumbent on promotion on these posts without considering their willingness etc.  

The 38th All India Conference of All India Association of Inspectors and Assistant Superintendents, Posts was held at Ahmedabad on 7th and 8th February 2014 and above subject was discussed in detail. After discussion, following resolution was passed unanimously by All India Conference.

AIC Ahmedabad unanimously resolved to urge Secretary (P) to revoke the order No. 6-02/2009-SPG dated 08/01/2014 issued by Postal Directorate downgrading 4 posts of Manager MMS in the four cities (Guwahati, Chandigarh, Pune and Bhopal) as Dy. Manager MMS”. 

          I am enclosing herewith a copy of application dated 16/1/2014 received from M. B. Dapse, Dy. Manager, MMS Mumbai regarding his request for posting as Dy. Manager (MMS) in Mumbai against the vacant post. The officer is promoted to the cadre of Dy. Manager (MMS) vide above captioned memo and posted in the downgraded post of Manager (MMS) Pune. As all are well aware that, Mumbai MMS unit is biggest MMS unit in the country, where 200 MMS schedules daily operated through 175 vehicles under the supervision of Dy. Manager (MMS), whereas only 23 MMS schedules are running through 22 vehicles in Pune City. Department has kept 4 Dy. Managers posts vacant in Metro Cities including Mumbai City and officers promoted through DPC on regular basis for the post of Dy. Manager (MMS) have been posted in small units. Shri M. B. Dapse in his enclosed application stated that he is presently staying in Mumbai with his family and his children are appearing in Board examinations. He has further stated in his application that he may be posted as Dy. Manager (MMS) Mumbai against vacant post and he will attend the work at Pune MMS also, as presently done by him.  

          This Association would like to point out that Department is already in deficit. Secondly, Ministry of Finance has imposed 10% cut on non plan expenditure and therefore Secretary (Posts) have already issued strict instructions to all to make an efforts to reduce expenditure and also be alert to enough to cut unwanted expenditure vide her DO letter No. 20-1/2013 BGT (PA) dated October 1, 2013. In the existing case, one post of Dy. Manager (MMS) is vacant at Mumbai & there is no need to post the officer at other station where huge expenditure would be involved.    

          In view of the above lines, it is requested to kindly consider the request of applicant in the interest of service and post him as Dy. Manager (MMS) Mumbai at the earliest.  

          Thanking you,

                    Yours sincerely,

                                                                                                  (Vilas Ingale)
General Secretary
This letter dispatched vide SPA No. EM019524509IN

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