: 5 days strike notice in Coal industry of
India (CIL & SCCL) with effect from 6th January to 10th
The leaders of four National Trade
Union Centres i.e. HMS, INTUC, BMS & AITUC leading the coal workers have
submitted the above mentioned strike notice on 17th December 2014, to
the Secretary to Government of India, Ministry of Coal on the following ten
point charter of demands.
Mines (Special Provisions) Ordinance/Bill. 2014.
withdraw process of De-nationalization of Coal Industry.
Clause in Ordinance/Bill, 2014 to take over and transfer services of existing
workers and outsourced/contract/agencies workers of 42 working captive Coal
Mines to prospective bidder.
NCWA wages and other benefits to existing and prospective captive coal mine workers.
2) Enforce Govt. Of India, Ministry of
Labour Notification Dated 21.06.1998 to stop contractual job in prohibited and
jobs of permanent and perennial nature. Till then implement HPC/CIL enhanced
wages to contract workers engaged in mining activities w.e.f. 01.01.2013.
contract workers engaged/deployed in Mining Jobs in U/G as well as open cast
4) Lift ban on
general recruitment including statutory, technical, para medical staff and
disinvestment, restructuring of CIL. Coal Videsh Venture etc.
infrastructure/core status to coal industry.
provisions of ‘Right to Fair Compensation and Transparency in Land Acquisition,
Rehabilitation & Resettlement Act’, 2013.
8) Review and
revise Pension under CMPF Act 1948 and CMPS, 1998.
provisions of clause 9:3:0, 9:4:0 & 9:5:0 of NCWA and implementation
instructions issued there on including clause related to “General Physical
Debility” and “Disability”. Also enforce scheme as in-vogue in Indian Railways.
It is unsafe to deploy physically weak workers with poor vision, audibility and
hence they should be prematurely retired and their dependent be offered
10) All issues,
as contained in 5 CTUS charter of Demand dated 31.08.2014, Minutes with CIL
Chairman dated 15.09.2014, Notice dated 31.10.2014, Minutes with CIL dated
12.12.2014 and Minutes with Joint Secretary dated 22.11.2014 de discussed and
implemented in true sprit without any further delay.
of all the fore National Trade Union Centres have started massive preparation
to make this 5days Coal Miners strike in India a grand success.
Hind Khadan Mazdoor