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Dear Comrades,

Please find attached herewith AIIPA Circular No 20.


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AIIEA Circular

Dear Comrades,

Please find the attachment for our circular no 18 / 2017 on the above subject. Please circulate among our units.

The campaign in General Sector concludes by the end of this month (September 2017).

We request the Standing Committee (GI) to send the region wise data by 5th October, 2017.


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News

The final figure of signatures collected in central zone against GST on insurance premium.

Name of Division No. of Signature
Bhopal 1,18,591
Raipur 1,05,698
Shahdol 71,328
Jabalpur 65,835
Indore 65,000
Bilaspur 29,531
Gwalior 26,500
Satna 22,700
Total 5,05,183

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Dear Comrades, Please find attached herewith AIIPA Circular No 19.


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Dear Comrades, Please find attached herewith AIIPA Circular No 18.


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AIIEA Circular

Dear Comrades,Please download the attached AIIEA Circular No. 17/2017 on the above subject.


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Press Statement

WORKERS TO STORM DELHI ON 9,10&11 NOVEMBER 2017

CENTRAL TRADE UNIONS CALL FOR COUNTRYWIDE INDEFINITE STRIKE

AGAINST ANTI PEOPLE ANTI LABOUR POLICIES OF NDA GOVERNMENT

The National Convention of Workers held today, 8th August 2017 decided to organise a ‘three day dharna’ on 9th, 10th and 11th November 2017 before Parliament mobilizing lakhs of workers followed by indefinite General Strike against the anti people anti labour policies of the NDA Government.

The convention was organised by the joint platform of all the central trade unions- INTUC, AITUC, HMS, CITU, AIUTUC, TUCC, SEWA, AICCTU, UTUC and LPF and national Federations of State and Central Government employees, Banks, Insurance, Defence, PSUs, Railways, Telecom, Electricity, Coal, Steel, Energy, Petroleum, Road transport, Air transport, Water transport, Port and Dock, Metal and Mining, IT, Scheme Workers, Pharmaceuticals, Construction, Plantation etc.

The Convention noted with utter dismay that the Government has been continuing to arrogantly ignore the 12 point Charter of Demands on minimum wage, social security, workers’ status and pay and facilities for the scheme workers, against privatization and mass scale contractorisation etc. being jointly pursued by the entire trade union movement of the country, through numerous nationwide joint strike actions participated by crores of workers. Instead, the ruling regime at the centre has been increasing onslaught on the rights and livelihood of the working people of the country.

Unemployment situation is getting aggravated with employment generation practically turned negative even in the most labour intensive sectors. The Government has been aggressively pushing through its programme of pro-employer and utterly anti-worker labour law reforms. The latest onslaught is the move to evolve a ’Social Security Code’ by dismantling and demolishing the existing statutory Social Security infrastructure.

Privatization of all strategic PSUs, including Defence Production, Public Sector Banks and Insurance and also Railways, public road transport, oil, power etc through disinvestment, strategic sale, outsourcing in favour of private sector, promoting 100 per cent FDI in many vital and strategic sectors are increasing day by day. Public sector Banks are under attack through various legislative and executive measures. The central government intends to get the new Motor Vehicle (Amendment) Bill 2017 hastily passed in the current session of parliament which will allow wholesale privatisation of road transport.

The National Convention of Workers extended full solidarity to the fighting farmers in various states as well as under the Joint National Forums of Peasants’ Organizations. The National Convention strongly denunciated the communal and divisive machinations on the society being carried on with the active patronage of the Government machinery under the present polity.

The situation before the nation is the deepening all round attack on the rights and livelihood of the working class and the toiling people in general by the private corporate friendly Government of the day.

The Convention decided

  1. To work for achieving and accelerating united struggles in all the sectors of the economy on respective demands, which has already begun
  2. To Organize Block/District/Industrial Centres/State level massive campaign, mobilisation and convention in preparation to central mobilization to be followed
  3. Massive three days dharna at National Capital on 9th,10th and 11th Nov. to be attended by lakhs of workers from all over the country.
  4. The National Convention calls upon the working people to prepare for indefinite countrywide strike action against the anti people, anti national activities of the Govt.

The convention was presided by Ashok Singh(INTUC),Ramendra Kumar (AITUC) S N Pathak(HMS), Dr. K Hemalata (CITU), Satyavan Singh(AIUTUC),Lata (SEWA),Uday Bhat (AICCTU),Satrujit Singh(UTUC), V Subbaraman(LPF) and addressed by G Sanjeeva Reddy (INTUC), Amarjeet Kaur(AITUC), Harbhajan Singh Siddu(HMS), Tapan Sen(CITU), Shankar Saha( AIUTUC), Manali(SEWA), Rajeev Dimri(AICCTU), Ashok Ghosh( UTUC) and M Shanmugam ( LPF).

Issued For

INTUC, AITUC, HMS, CITU, AIUTUC, TUCC, SEWA, AICCTU, UTUC, LPF


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Correction in Press statement:

In the national convention of workers held today, 8 August 2017, N K Premachandran spoke on behalf of UTUC. It is wrongly written as Ashok Ghosh.

Sorry for the mistake.

Please aslo find the attached declaration in Hindi.

For
INTUC, AITUC, HMS, CITU, AIUTUC, TUCC, SEWA, AICCTU, UTUC, LPF and Independant Federations


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AIIEA Circular

Dear Comrades,

Please download the attachments. We are sending a copy of Charater of Demands submitted to Chairman, LIC of India on 2.8.2017 - (along with the covering letter).

This Final Charter of Demands may be sent to our units under your jurisdiction .

With greetings,


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AIIEA Circular

Dear Comrade, Kindly download the above circular regarding submission of Charter by AIIEA to LIC and GIPSA managements on 2nd August, 2017.


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Appeal to Candidates

We wish you all success in your written examinations.

All India Insurance Employees’ Association (AIIEA) is a largest & the oldest Trade Union in Insurance Industry & LIC. After you join the LIC and become a Member of this wonderful Association AIIEA, you will be knowing much more about the History and achievements of AIIEA in detail. Please feel free to contact us for any clarifications and help.


AIIEA President's Message

Dear Friends,
Warmest Greetings

The LIC of India is the finest financial institution in the country. It is the largest life insurance company in the world in terms of the number of policies it serves and claims it settles. LIC is the single largest investor in the Indian economy. Though it currently serves over 42 crore policyholders, it has touched the life of every Indian Citizen through its contribution to the nation building activities. It is therefore a matter of pride to work for such a Premier Public Sector Institution.

The LIC has announced 8000 vacancies for recruitment to the Post of Assistant throughout the country. This is a significant step in the background of unprecedented unemployment situation in India. The All India Insurance Employees’ Association (AIIEA) which is the oldest and largest trade union of insurance employees had invested lot of energy in agitating for recruitment. This struggle has now succeeded with LIC announcing to recruit 8000 persons for the post of Assistant. The AIIEA since its birth in 1951 has been working for the improvement of the wage and service conditions of the LIC employees. It is the result of these struggles that today the Pay, Service Conditions and Opportunities for career advancement in LIC are comparable to the best in the country. The AIIEA is also committed to the noblest values of mankind and therefore it engages itself in several social activities to provide relief and support to those affected by natural calamities and suffer from economic and social disadvantages.

It is with this commitment that AIIEA helps the candidates aspiring for job in LIC with free study material and free coaching classes. I hope you will take advantage of this opportunity and prepare well to face this competitive examination.

I wish you success in your endeavour and hope for your joining the great fraternity of insurance employees.

Greetings again,

Sincerely yours,
Amanulla Khan
President, AIIEA