Delhi Metro | DMRC Employees all sets to shutdown metro services from tomorrow

Once again DMRC has disappointed his employees by taking a decision against employees demand, and compel them to stop metro services

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Delhi Metro Employees gathered at Yamuna Bank metro Station platform
Delhi Metro Employees gathered at Yamuna Bank metro Station platform

New Delhi: After the today’s meeting on 9.30 at Metro Bhawan Office an appeal has been given to Delhi Metro Rail Corporation (DMRC) employees by the DMRC management. This has increased the aggressiveness among the employees. Now after the employees are not ready to stop the strike, hunger strike continues and they consider DMRC decision as an unsatisfactory decision for them. This whole dispute will badly affect the commuters if the strike continues.

“We will wait for tomorrow morning proceedings report if they do not fulfil our demands. We will stop Metro services on 30 June”, stated by DMRC Employees Union and the Staff Council jointly in a video statement on 28 June.

Appeal to DMRC employees -001

A section of the staff, in collusion with an unrecognized Union, have launched an agitation with effect from 20/06/2018 and threatened shut down /lockout/tool down, i.e. 30/06/2018, in order to press for their unreasonable demands and the employees are being unduly provoked into an uncalled for, agitation.

As you are all aware, DMRC has an elected Staff Council, which has been satisfactorily functioning for years and employees issues are taken up and discussed through the platform of the staff council. As regards the Agreement of 23/07/2017, with regard to graduation and merger of pay scales, the same has been implemented in toto and no anomaly has arisen thereof, since no junior employee.

The repeated raising of unreasonable demands is the real reason for disparity amongst the staff. The 3rd pay revision has been delayed badly, for which led to the stoppage of the train is getting affected. The recent actions of some of the employees, which led to the stoppage of train services, has given DMRC a very bad name and the entire DMRC is under criticism from various quarters, including the government and the public.

A section of the staff, in collusion with an unrecognized Union, have launched an agitation with effect from 20/06/2018 and threatened shut down /lockout/tool down, i.e. 30/06/2018, in order to press for their unreasonable demands and the employees are being unduly provoked into an uncalled for, agitation.

As you are all aware, DMRC has an elected Staff Council, which has been satisfactorily functioning for years and employees issues are taken up and discussed through the platform of the staff council. As regards the Agreement of 23/07/2017, with regard to graduation and merger of pay scales, the same has been implemented in toto and no anomaly has arisen thereof, since no junior employee.

The repeated raising of unreasonable demands is the real reason for disparity amongst the staff. The 3rd pay revision has been delayed badly, for which led to the stoppage of the train is getting affected. The recent actions of some of the employees, which led to the stoppage of train services, has given DMRC a very bad name and the entire DMRC is under criticism from various quarters, including the government and the public.

The employees of DMRC have a responsibility to ensure smooth functioning of train services and to avoid any hardship to the travelling public. It may be mentioned that any action which is violative of the conduct rules of DMRC, cannot be accepted and shall be taken up suitably. The management reiterates its commitment to employees welfare and betterment, including, implementation of the revised pay scales (3rd Pay Revision), mention in the appeal letter.

On the other hand, DMRC has given an official order to all the employees of DMRC for attendance in work –reporting for duty and cancellation in left. Any employees not reporting for duty shall be treated as ‘ABSENT FROM DUTY, and the principle of ‘NO WORK, NO PAY’, shall be applicable. This shall be in addition to any other action, including, ‘BREAK IN SERVICES’ and/or, action under the relevant rules.

On the other hand, DMRC has given an official order to all the employees of DMRC for attendance in work –reporting for duty and cancellation in left. Any employees not reporting for duty shall be treated as ‘ABSENT FROM DUTY, and the principle of ‘NO WORK, NO PAY’, shall be applicable. This shall be in addition to any other action, including, ‘BREAK IN SERVICES’ and/or, action under the relevant rules.

 

 

DMRC Employees Union, Letter to Chief Minister
DMRC Employees Union,
Letter to Chief Minister

 

Secretary Staff Council has also written a letter to Chief Minister Delhi Arvind Kejriwal, employees have asked his cooperation in an ongoing strike and waiting for the response. And he has instructed to another ministry to take a genuine decision in this regard.

Around 1500 employees have gathered at Yamuna Bank Metro station and planning to shut down the Metro services if further action is not taken as earliest. They have also mentioned that our intention is not trouble commuters DMRC has not left any other option for us. we already were given 15 days notice to DMRC that if favoured action is not taken we will complete shutdown Metro services on 30 June.

Metro Rail News team has tried to connect with DMRC Spokesperson Anuj Dayal to know their further steps, but the call has been denied at all times.

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