MP Contestant on behalf of EPS 95 Pensioners from South


The BJP has failed to implement their Manifesto since last10 yrs specially eps95 pensioners issue even after direct assurance given by Hon.PM Narendra Modi.

The NAC under the able leadership of Commander AshokRaut is approaching/fighting like anything to get our Justified Demands. Non of theParliament Members from Telangana&AP have raised the voice in favor of eps95 pensioners after taking Memorandum 4-5 times.

Hence, the NAC Telangana State decided to contest for ensuring Lok Sabha elections. 

As part of it, Smt Challa Srilakshmi (Srilakshmi Karavadi),President, NAC Telangana has filed   Nomination for the Malkajgiri Parliamentary Constituency.

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All the members in this group are requested to canvass among other Senior Citizens, working employees of PSU’s,Pvt sector, friends and relatives,near and dear etc…to caste their valuable vote in favour of Smt.CHALLA SRILAKSHMI. 

The SYMBOL will be notified later. 

Ram ReddySama,

General Secretary, 




माननीय प्रधानमंत्री नरेंद्र मोदी द्वारा दिए गए प्रत्यक्ष आश्वासन के बाद भी भाजपा पिछले 10 वर्षों से अपने घोषणापत्र को लागू करने में विफल रही है, विशेष रूप से ईपीएस 95 पेंशनभोगियों के मुद्दे पर।

कमांडर अशोक राउत के कुशल नेतृत्व में एनएसी हमारी न्यायोचित मांगों को प्राप्त करने के लिए किसी भी तरह से संपर्क/लड़ाई कर रही है। 4-5 बार ज्ञापन लेने के बाद तेलंगाना और एपी के किसी भी संसद सदस्य ने ईपीएस 95 पेंशनभोगियों के पक्ष में आवाज नहीं उठाई है।

इसलिए, एनएसी तेलंगाना राज्य ने लोकसभा चुनाव सुनिश्चित करने के लिए लड़ने का फैसला किया।

इसके हिस्से के रूप में, एनएसी तेलंगाना की अध्यक्ष श्रीमती चल्ला श्रीलक्ष्मी (श्रीलक्ष्मी करवाड़ी) ने मलकाजगिरी संसदीय क्षेत्र के लिए नामांकन दाखिल किया है। इस समूह के सभी सदस्यों से अनुरोध है कि वे अन्य वरिष्ठ नागरिकों, पीएसयू, निजी क्षेत्र के कार्यरत कर्मचारियों, मित्रों और रिश्तेदारों, प्रियजनों आदि के बीच प्रचार करें और श्रीमती चल्ला श्रीलक्ष्मी के पक्ष में अपना बहुमूल्य वोट डालें।

प्रतीक चिह्न बाद में अधिसूचित किया जाएगा।

राम रेड्डी समा,


Fake promise of BJP for 2014 election.


NATIONAL NEW DELHI, January 15, 2014

Updated: January 15, 2014 20:25 IST

Raise minimum pension to EPS beneficiaries to Rs. 3,000: BJP

BJP on Wednesday made a strong pitch for increasing the minimum pension to beneficiaries under the Employees Pension Scheme (EPS) to Rs. 3,000 and link it to the price index, against Rs. 1,000 per month proposed by the government.

“The BJP demands that the minimum pension under the EPS 95 (EPF Pension) should be declared at Rs. 3,000 per month and not at Rs. 1,000 as government is proposing as it will be only tokenism and disservice to the working class of the country,” party spokesperson Prakash Javadekar said.

He said BJP has made this demand on reports that government is mulling a move to declare Rs. 1,000 as minimum pension under the scheme, which it termed as “pittance” and a step taken “too late, too little”.

Criticising UPA for its “anti-labour” policies, Mr. Javadekar said he had petitioned the Rajya Sabha Petitions Committee to increase the minimum pension to Rs. 3,000 per month and also made a demand that it should be indexed to inflation, which has already accepted the demands and recommended them to government.

“Instead of accepting this unanimous report the government is considering an old proposal of the Labour Ministry,” he said, adding it was injustice with the labour class and a “fraud” with them.

The BJP leader said over 50 million workers contribute 8.33 per cent of their wages for provident fund and employers contribute the same amount to pension scheme, but government contributes only 1.16 per cent for the pension scheme.

He said the result of this meagre contribution is that of the 41 lakh pensioners under the scheme, 30 lakh pensioners get less than Rs. 1,000 per month as pension with more than 20 lakh pensioners getting less than Rs. 500 per month.

While the government, Mr. Javadekar said, is now mulling an increase in its contribution from 1.16 per cent to 1.79 per cent only, BJP has asked it to contribute 8.33 per cent so that the minimum pension of Rs. 3,000 along with indexation can be given to workers who retire from the private sector.

“The UPA government has proved to be the most anti-labour government. It continued with the

practice of exploitation of workers under contractual systema and allowed rapid casualisation of

labour,” he said, adding his party will keep fighting to provide a new deal to labour class in the form