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Request to implement cadre restructuring of MMS - Our Federation sent letter to Chairman Postal Board.
T-24,Atul Grove Road, New Delhi - 110 001. Phone : 011-23321378

Ref:9/MMS/2016                                                                                            20/10/2016                                                                                                                                     To,                 
 The Secretary,
  Department of Posts,
  Dak Bhawan ,
  New Delhi-110 001.

Sub: –Request to implement cadre restructuring of MMS -   
You are aware that the Ms. T.K. Sandhya Rani committee submitted report on cadre restructuring of MMS in the year 2014 this was not processed by the Department for a long time after you assuming charge as Chairman Postal Board the proposal was sent to DOP&T for approval. Now DOP&T raised doubts on the proposal, in the 19/10/2016 meeting it was assured by the DDG (Estt) that the doubts will be clarified and file will be send to DOP&T for further approval .
In this connection my Federation wishes to submit that the Government of India order the Department to constitute anomaly committee accordingly committee also going to be constituted by the Department shortly.  Now the staff side unable to notify anomaly committee subjects on MMS when the most of the issues pending in the cadre restructuring proposal.  Hence it is requested necessary action   may kindly be taken to implement the proposal after due formalities.
Your early action is requested.

Yours Sincerely,
Secretary General.

An employee can accumulate his / her leave 300 days also, rules Punjab and Haryana High Court.

 “If an employee is entitled to leave encashment for a maximum limit of 300 days that does not mean that the accumulated unutilized leave is to be reduced to 300 days if it exceeds the limit. The earned leave will continue to accumulate till the retirement of the petitioners and the petitioners are to be granted the maximum benefit of 300 days, as stated in the rules.”[Source: The Tribune, dated 15.10.2016]