Petition to sebi, Securities and Exchange Board of India
Appeal to SEBI - Don’t suspend trading in NCLT stocks for the sake of minority holders.
SEBI under its discussion paper dated 28/03/2018 is seeking public comments whether trading of stocks of companies under CIRP and referred to. NCLT should be suspended. Sign this petition to make your voice heard that you appeal/suggest that trading should continue as: a) many countless investors, since years are awaiting a better price realisation and continued trading will help them get their price back, as they invested in the early years of the company. (Even LIC is a party to it) b) The facts regarding the cases are available in the public domain and it cannot be deemed that the nature of trading is speculative. c) The investors/day traders/ speculators are well aware of the risks and rewards and the spirit of the world of investing should be kept intact. e) The increase in the Market Cap of the respective securities will help the new promoters coming in and will let them have access to capital without increasing the burden of the banks thereby reducing the chances of creating new NPAs, helping in effective turnaround. d) any step otherwise will hurt the minority investors and will lead to trigerring a sell off creating more losses and failing the objective of investments. Hope SEBI takes this petition as a collective suggestion from the minority stakeholders and also from the ones who are already holding the stocks since years, and rules in favor of continued trading for the good of the same, reflecting that after and above all its main aim is the welfare of the minority stakeholders. Regards. Yours Sincerely. Minority Stakeholders of India
Petition to MD & CEO, Union Bank of India, Chief General Manager (P&HR), Union Bank of India
Impliment Transfers in Union Bank of India
Thousands of Officers who joined Union Bank in 2016, 2017 and 2018 are working thousands of Kilometers far from their home town.. !! Thousands of officers who took promotion in 2017 and 2018 are working far from their families without seeing them for months and years... !!! Now when Union Bank of India is implimenting Transfers, the officers who are promoted in Fast Track and Normal Track are running campaigns for stopping the Transfers.. !!! If the officers working in a particular state are sitting there for years, many officers will never reach their hometown nor join their families. Now when officer who took promotion are being transferred out of FGMO and if we allow their resistance, people who have a longer stay in the FGMO will be pushed out. Officers who completed more than 6 years in an FGMO will be sent out. That should not be allowed..!!! I am an officer who is working out of my state for the last 5 years. I have an aged mother, who is a cancer patient waiting for me. I have a wife and a small kid whom I have never seen since his birth due to COVID. Now on 22nd May 2021, I my got transfer orders back to my home FGMO I am an officer who has not opted for promotion since last 5 years just to manage a transfer back home. I know there are thousands of officers who are eagerly and patiently waiting for last 5-6 years to get back home. Transfers are the need of the hour in Union Bank of India. If humanity still exists, please support people like me who are separated from our families since long. I beg you to sign this petition for my mother who is a Blood Cancer patient waiting for his son to get back home and for similar hundreds of mothers, fathers, wifes, husbands, sons and daughters who are eager to see the faces of officers working out of their hone state for years Kindly help us get back home ��� This petition urges SHRI RAJ KIRAN RAI G sir, the honorable and most respected MD & CEO of Union Bank of India and Shri Kalyan Kumar sir, respected Chief General Manager (P&HR) to complete the Transfer process in Union Bank of India and complete the relieving by June, 2021
Petition to Narendra Modi
STOP PRIVATISATION OF PUBLIC SECTOR BANKS
In the recent Budget, the Government has announced their proposal to privatize public sector Banks. Proposed Privatization of Public Sector Banks Though country attained independence in 1947, it remained backward economically. Basic and broad-based economic development was the need of the hour. But unfortunately, the then Banks, which were all in private hands and many of them owned by big industrial and business houses, did not come forward to contribute in the process of development. Agriculture sector, Rural and Cottage Industries, Small Industries and Business, which were the mainstay of our economy and other pivotal sectors of the economy remained neglected. Nationalization of Banks and bringing them under Public Sector became very critical and crucial for giving impetus to country’s growth and progress. In this background, 14 major private Banks were nationalized in 1969 and 6 more in 1980. State Bank of India, its Subsidiary Banks, as well as the Regional Rural Banks, and the nationalized banks became the sheet-anchor of national economic development. Banks started reaching out to the common masses, bank branches started to be opened in rural areas and remote villages, precious savings of the people were mobilized and brought into banking system. Hitherto neglected sectors like agriculture, employment generation productive activities, poverty alleviation programmes, rural development, health, education, exports, infrastructure, women empowerment, small scale and medium industry, tiny and micro industries, etc. became the priority sector and focused attention of Banks. Class Banking was transformed into Mass Banking and the common man and deprived section of society could access, convenient and safe banking services. Economy got boosted and there were many large strides and achievements in the past 5 decades. Public Sector Banks are the very vehicles of our economy’s growth and development. PSBs have become the trustees of people’s savings and the repository and depository of the people’s confidence. Public Sector Banks are the reservoirs to irrigate the economic development in our country. Public Sector Banks contribution to make the country’s self-sufficiency is immense as they played pivotal role in all revolutions like green, blue, dairy etc. Public sector Banks not only unshackled the farmers, landless labourers and the rural populace from the clutches of money lenders, but also provided much required credit which made rural India a strong component of country’s economy. Today’s major infrastructural development has the highest contribution from Public Sector Banks. Public Sector Banks are earning huge Operating profits, as can be seen hereunder: Operating Profits of Public Sector Banks – at a glace Year Total Operating Profits2009-10 76,945 crores2010-11 99,981 crores2011-121,16,337 crores2012-131,21,839 crores2013-141,27,632 crores2014-151,38,064 crores2015-161,38,191 crores2016-171,59,022 crores2017-181,55,690 crores2018-191,49,804 crores2019-201,74,336 crores Instead of further strengthening public sector banking, the present policies are aimed to weaken PSBs, by starving them of the required capital, human resources, through disinvestment and proposed privatization. Weakening our public sector banks is unwarranted, unjustified and regressive step. We demand strengthening of Public Sector Banks, by adequate infusion of capital, human resources and strengthened statutory framework to recover of the stress assets. The nationalization of private banks in 1969 and 1980 are watershed events. This resulted in exponential growth of bank branches; making available much needed funds to the credit starved sectors like agriculture, small, village and cottage industries, small entrepreneurs, share croppers, deprived section of society, liberating them from the slavery to money lenders. Public Sector Banks became pivot on which the progress of the country revolved. Today’s rural/semi-urban India prosperity, infrastructural facilities, industrial advancement and the improved standards of life of common man is the result of the dedication of Public Sector Banks. In the garb of efficiency, and mis-conceived policy to shrug of the responsibility, Government has embarked upon privatization of Public Sector Banks. It is irrefutable that “privatization” neither brings efficiency nor the safety. Around the world innumerable private banks have failed. It is a myth to believe that only “privates” are efficient. If private enterprises are epitome of efficiency, there should not have been any NPAs from large private corporate entities at all. The NPAs/stressed assets of the banking industry belong to private large corporate which incontrovertibly, unquestionably demonstrates that private enterprises does not denote efficiency. Public Sector Banks are nation builders. They have humungous value of assets, and lakhs of crores of funds with them. It would be irrational and, rather, mischievous and an ulterior motive to place the huge network of bank branches, infrastructure and assets of Public Sector Banks in the hands of private enterprises/business houses or corporates. This would incontrovertibly result in denial of easy, next door and safe banking to the populace of the country. This would also result in denial of convenient, economical banking services to the common man. This is regressive inasmuch as it turns the clock back to class banking from mass banking. This would also pave the way monopoly and cartelization. This is a retrograde measure for a developing country like ours where banking network needs to be spread further, with a sense of social responsibility also, which would be highly lacking if banks are privatized. Public Sector Banks are the life line of the country. They should remain so. We strongly oppose any move to privatize public sector Banks. The public sector banks belong to the billions and billions of citizenry and we oppose any action to hand them over to the billionaires. Retrograde Banking Reforms We have been opposing misplaced, retrograde banking reforms that were introduced in the year 1991 for the reason that these measures are aimed at privatization of public sector banks, than enabling them to be stronger. The intent has now been clearly exhibited by the demonstrated actions of the government through its discrimination in capitalization, dilution of stake in PSBs, irrational policies encouraging to Private Sector Banks, attempts of privatization, allowing licenses of Small Banks and Payments to private corporate, blaming the Public Sector Banks alone for the alarming position of NPAs, showing them in poor light. Instead of tightening the laws to recover the large NPAs, laws like Insolvency and Bankruptcy Codes have been promulgated forcing hair-cuts upon PSBs in the garb of “NPA Resolution”. Despite opposition from the trade unions, stakeholders in the banking industry, the Government is unrelenting and continuing the misplaced reforms at neck-breaking speed. As important stakeholder in Banking Sector, we owe a pious duty to the citizenry of the country to guard the Public Sector character of Banks in order to ensure safe, economic and easy access of banking facilities, sans exploitation, to the common man of the country and not to place the humungous assets, network of bank branches and lakhs of crores rupees in the hands of private corporate/businessmen and the business houses. Hence, we oppose any ill-conceived reforms in banking space. We have been demanding stringent measures to recover the large corporate stressed assets which are the cause of concern to the Banks, including strong recovery laws and taking criminal action against willful defaulters. Government has not exhibited its firm willingness to implement these possible, plausible and implementable measures. On the other hand, Government is seriously continuing the retrograde reform measures ignoring the real menace in the banking industry i.e. mounting bad loans and the growing list of Willful defaulters. Willful default by large corporate borrowers, imposed hair-cuts through ill-conceived Insolvency and Bankruptcy Code, has resulted in heap of write offs, making dent on the balance sheet of Public Sector Banks. This has not only affected the profitability of the banks, but has become an alibi to allege inefficiency. The hard work of dedicated bank personnel has been constrained to go in vain. There is an urgent, decisive and imperative need to bring in suitable statutory framework to consider willful default of bank loans as “Criminal Offence” as this can alone deter such willful default, consequential NPAs and strengthen Public Sector Banks to enable the country to achieve overall development. It has, therefore, become inevitable for the United Forum of Bank Unions to convey our protest and draw the attention of the Government through this Petition.
Petition to Dr. Subhash Chandra Khuntia, Ms. Shakuntala Doley Gamlin, Dr. Prabodh Seth
Medical Insurance for People With Disability
I am a physically disabled person. I have a condition called “Hereditary Sensory Motor Neuropathy ”. I work with a private company and earn close to 6.5 lakhs per annum, capable of paying insurance premium. I don't fall in the Economically Backward Sector, I tried to get medical insurance for myself. However all the Medical insurance Companies (HDFC, United India and few others) declined my application without even doing a medical check-up, stating I am under high risk category. Apart from my disability, I am a fit person without any other medical history. With more than 22 million physically disabled Indians, Insurance Regulation and Development Authority (IRDA) must make stronger regulations which are inclusive and protective of the right to health of disabled people. I urge the Insurance Regulation and Development Authority (IRDA) to mandate - Insurance companies to publish on their website number of applications received for medical insurance from physically disabled people, number of accepted and rejected applications and reasons for rejection Conduct studies to determine risks for different categories of disabled people. And fix the range of premiums permissible under each category Security of disabled people is at stake. A person with a disability has to live in fear that If something happens to them, there is nothing on which they can bank on. Insurance companies cannot run their business only to make profit but show empathy and sensitivity towards Disabled people. This is the least a citizen can expect from the establishment.
Petition to Chairman of BHEL
Waiver of Bank charges for Renewal of Medical cards of Retired employees of BHEL;
As a BHEL retired EMPLOYEE, have to renew the RECHS card for continuing Medical facility for self & Spouse; For renewal annual fee Rs 200/- to be paid online through BHEL scare portal; BANKER FOR COLLECTING is SBI; For Rs 200/- collecting Rs 11.4 as fee for online net banking; Surprisingly, no charges for Debtcard payment; BHEL should ensure not to collect banker charges ; Should not think that it’s a paltry sum; Look into ethics; its 5.7% on Rs 200/- ;