Letter to CCA, Ministry of Agriculture on the demand of revocation of vindictive transfer of MTS from Delhi to Cochin.
(RECOGNIZED BY GOVT. OF INDIA)
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No: AICAEA/HQ/C-10/2015/513 Dated: 01.06.2015
Shri Vilas R. Ghodeswar,
Chief Controller of Accounts,
Ministry of Agriculture,
Room No: 241, Krishi Bhawan,
New Delhi – 110001
Subject: - Request for revocation of transfer orders of low paid MTS from Delhi to Cochin.
In pursuance of the discussion held between you and the available National Executive Members of this Association on 29th May 2015 in your chamber on the subject mentioned above, we would like to submit further that, Shri Krishna Kumar Yadav, MTS has been working in your Principal Accounts Office for the last three years i.e. from the date of his appointment with full sincerity and devotion. His capability to work and his integrity were never questioned and placed before you as a matter of concern. There is no complaint against his performance and behavior.
Shri Krishna Kumar Yadav hails from the State of Uttar Pradesh and belongs to OBC Category. Obviously he is economically very week and at present he is the only bread earner of his family which is composed of his ailing parents and two teen aged education seeking brothers. Shri Yadav is therefore, facing acute financial crisis and managing his family with much difficulty. As he has been working in Delhi at present and his family is staying at Lucknow, it is feasible on his part to visit Lucknow frequently to take care of his family.
Transfer orders of Shri Yadav to Cochin made the heaven fall on his parents and brothers. It would be next to impossible for him to look after his family from a distance of more than 2000 kms and thus his family would get ruined.
We appreciate the concern of your administration for re-transfer of the other MTS working at Cochin for more than eleven years. But, we hope you will definitely appreciate that, the MTS who has been seeking transfer to Delhi now from Cochin after a decade has almost settled himself in that station, and to favour him with a transfer, another low paid employee and his family should not be made the victim.
Moreover, it is the standing policy of the Government of India that low paid employees and that too from reserved category should be dealt sympathetically and they should not be placed in disadvantageous positions through transfer from one state to another state. As such, the case of Shri Yadav deserves to be dealt sympathetically in terms of these policies and we request you to kindly consider our request in this regard.
It has been gathered by us from the discussion held with you on 29th May 2015 that the administration of your office has been displeased due to the expression of resentment by the employees collectively against their deployment for disposing the domestic work of the AS & FA, Ministry of Agriculture in his residence and all these factors have finally created a situation which made Shri Yadav as prime victim.
However, this Association has always placed you in high esteem for your judicious and rational approach on all issues. On the background that you had never been anti-employee in your approach and actions, the Civil Accounts Employees of entire country and the employees of your office in particular are looking forward towards you once again eagerly for justice .
Therefore, Sir, we request you to kindly intervene into the matter and direct your administration to revoke transfer order of Shri Yadav.
We would also like to bring it to your kind information that, resentment among the employees has been precipitating due to vindictive and authoritative attitude of few officers of your administration. Therefore, your kind intervention in this matter is also of utmost importance to ensure peace and tranquility in the organization.