- Before the election of railway unions, central leaders put emphasis on the strength of the organization, vacant posts being filled
- Efforts to overcome the shortage of experienced leaders in the men’s union, many important things are empty because the leaders retire
Adra. In the biennial general meeting of the South Eastern Railway Men’s Union BGM, it was announced to include MK Singh, Secretary, Chakradharpur Divisional Running Branch, in the COB. He has been made the Central Assistant Secretary. Deepak Kumar has also been included with him in the COB. The new process is being seen as a way to strengthen the Railway Men’s Union and make necessary deployment on the posts that will be vacant in the coming times. MK Singh is currently the secretary of the Divisional Running Branch of the Men’s Union in Chakradharpur division. He is being considered as a strong contender for the Mandal Co-ordinator. Here the current co-ordinator Jawaharlal has retired, who is also playing the role of additional general secretary. At Tatanagar station, colleagues welcomed MK Singh on getting the new responsibility. MK Singh is considered close to Shivji Sharma.
On Sunday, September 11, 2022, at the BGM held at JN Vishwas Bhawan, Adra, the union leaders had a deep brainstorming on the organization and the election preparations. At present, there is an eclipse on the recognition of the union, but now the union leaders are emphasizing on the strength of the organization for the coming elections. Com. Gautam Mukherjee, Vice President of All India Railway Men’s Federation said that the coming times will be challenging for the railway employees. The government is moving towards privatization, which Shivgopal Mishra, general secretary of the All India Railway Men’s Federation, has declared not to succeed. Gautam Mukherjee said that if the railway is to be saved, then all of us will have to be ready for the struggle by showing unity.
The coming times will be challenging for the railway employees. The government is moving towards privatization, which Shivgopal Mishra, general secretary of the All India Railway Men’s Federation, has declared not to succeed. If the railway is to be saved, then one has to be ready to struggle with unity. Comrade Gautam Mukherjee, Vice President, AIFF
Branch secretaries, presidents, cashiers from all divisions of South Eastern Railway participated in the meeting. General Secretary Ashish Mukherjee informed about the achievements of Railways and Union and kept an account of two years. The budget was also kept in the BGM. It was supported by all the delegates. In the presence of Com. Gautam Mukherjee, Vice-Chairman of All India Railway Men’s Federation, approval was given for posting on the vacant posts of the Central Committee. Chakradharpur Divisional Running Branch Secretary MK Singh has been given the post of Central Assistant Secretary. In his address, MK Singh thanked the central officials for this responsibility and said that he would take care of it by taking along with the officers and workers of the division. He said that there is strength in unity and he will try his best to bring it to the ground.
The responsibility entrusted by the central officials will be carried out in a better way. Will work with the officers and workers of the Mandal. There is strength in unity and he will try his best to bring it to the ground. MK Singh, COB, Men’s Union
According to railway rules, it is a mandatory condition to have a division coordinator in any division in the COB and job. Jawahar Lal, the Divisional Coordinator of Chakradharpur Railway Division, has retired. The office bearers of Ranchi are going to retire next year. Adra has retired President who is involved in AIRF. Same is the case in Kharagpur. Although the recognition of the Railway Men’s Union is stuck in legal trouble and it cannot be a part of the meetings of the railway administration, but in view of the activities to be done in the coming time, there are preparations to fill three-four other vacant posts. A large number of office bearers attended the BGM.
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