Sunday, September 15, 2013

Letter to shri Kamal Nath, Minister of Urban Development with the request to revoke the outstation transfer of senior Accountants 
   All India Civil Accounts Employees Association
Phone No. 23345070, Mob. No. 9868520926, e-mail:-

Central Office: -                                                                                 Address for Communication:-
16-A, Akbar Road Hutments,                                                                       17/2 – C, P & T Quarters,
New Delhi: - 110011                                                                         Kali Bari Marg,           
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No. AICAEA/HQ/A-2/2013                                                   Dated 12th September 2013

                        Shri Kamal Nath,
                        Honb'le Minister of Urban Development,
                        Government of India,
                        104 "C' Wing,
                         Nirman Bhawan,
                         New Delhi -110011

Subject : Revoking the outstation transfer of Senior Accountants - request  regarding

 Respected Sir,

          The administration of Chief Controller Accounts (CCA), Ministry of Urban Development (UD) vide an order dated 1ST July 2013 transferred 14 Senior Accountants from PAO (Printing), Delhi to different other Pay and Accounts Offices as a matter of routine. However, out of these fourteen persons, 5(Five) elderly Senior Accountants  of the age profile of more than 50 years in average  who are also Association functionaries have been ordered to move to Chennai, Kolkata, Mumbai and Nashik respectively.
          All the persons represented and tried to meet the CCA, UD personally with the request of reconsidering their transfer orders on humanitarian ground. But the CCA, UD refused to meet and consider their request.
          The representatives of the All India Civil Accounts Employees Association after protracted effort could meet the CCA, UD for two occasions. In both the occasions the representatives of the Association requested him to consider the requests of the persons transferred out of station on humanitarian ground.
          The representatives of the Association, responding to the verbal charges indiscipline leveled by the CCA, UD against the persons concerned, categorically requested him to initiate disciplinary action against these Senior Accountants if they have violated the rules. The representatives of the Association also requested the CCA, UD that, till the persons are proved guilty, they may not kindly be imposed punishment in the form of transfers to out of station through wastage of public money.
          Conceding the request of the Association, the Controller General of Accounts (CGA) had kindly intervened into the matter and advised the CCA, UD to resolve it mutually through discussion with the Association.
          But CCA, UD did not act as per the advice CGA while at the same time he re-transferred 9(nine) other Senior Accountants who were transferred to different PAOs within Delhi during the same period under the same /parallel orders.
          At the instance of CCA,UD the  AO of PAO (Printing), Delhi had called all the persons transferred out of station on 30th August 2013. As soon as they arrived office, they were asked to report for duty in PAO (Printing), Delhi itself and start working in the seats they had been working. Accordingly, the innocent employees carried out the directions of the AO. But immediately after lunch, the Controller of Accounts(Admn)  visited the office and charged them for reporting duty in Delhi. Subsequently, he ordered them to move to their respectives stations of posting to avoid disciplinary action. Being traumatised with the happenings, three of them have moved to their new stations of posting and one of them could not move because his wife is surviving under ventilation and struggling for life. 
We therefore, request you to kindly intervene into the matter and provide justice to the victimized Senior Accountants.

Thanking you,
Yours Sincerely


Secretary General

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