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Objectives

Bharatiya Culture forms the ideological basis of Bharatiya Railway Mazdoor Sangh. Approach of culture is essentially subjective. The character of its contribution to the peace, progress and prosperity of humanity is, therefore, basic and fundamental. It fulfils its mission through various individuals and institutions arising in different times and climes. BRMS is one of the instruments of Culture fighting against the mutually hostile but equally anti-human Capitalism and Marxism, with the ultimate goal of establishing Bharatiya Social Order based upon the tenets of Ekatma Manavavad (Integral Humanism). It would be wrong to presume that labour problems are related to one section of population only. Such an exclusive view would be very unrealistic. Deterioration of working and living conditions of labour cannot be a sectional problem of labour alone; it is a malady adversely affecting the health of the entire social organism. Labour has always been regarded as the very foundation of the Bharatiya social structure. It is an integral and vital part of society. The character of its problems, therefore, is not sectional but national. To protect and promote its interests-which are by the very nature of things, not only compatible but invariably identical with those of the nation as a whole-is, therefore, the natural responsibility of the entire nation. BRMS is pledged to fulfil this fundamental national duty towards labour. With a view to achieving national prosperity and eradicating poverty, BMS is pledged to ‘Maximum Production and Equitable Distribution’. This spirit is reflected in the ancient Bharatiya idea: Shata Hasta Samahar, Sahsra Hasta Sankir’ (with a hundred hands produce; with a thousand hands, distribute.) Prosperity is not possible without increased Production. But we must also ensure equitable distribution so that all people have the urge to produce and share the fruits of prosperity. BRMS declared its belief in the concept of God as the sole moral proprietor of all wealth.

Workers are part of the society and have the obligation to serve it. Consumers’ interest was taken as nearest to national interest. Hence the saffron flag of BRMS, a symbol of sacrifice and service, the age old cultural emblem, a source of inspiration, began to flutter in the trade union field. The BRMS insignia symbolises the rhythm between human controlled industrial development and agricultural prosperity. This is clearly depicted by impression of strong, confident and erect thumb of fist in between moving wheel and sheaf of corn. Significantly, BRMS is the first one in the trade union field to use a logo of human organ.

MANIFESTATION OF NATIONALISTIC OUTLOOK

Being nationalistic in outlook, it was but natural that this would be manifested in its activities. National interest was accepted as supreme and the workers interest to be protected and promoted within its frame work. National Commitment was to guide all negotiations at collective bargaining and promoted within its frame work. Good of the country, the industry and the workers was accepted as the guidelines.

Workers are part of the society and have the obligation to serve it. Consumers’ interest was taken as nearest to national interest. Hence the saffron flag of BRMS, a symbol of sacrifice and service, the age old cultural emblem, a source of inspiration, began to flutter in the trade union field. The BRMS insignia symbolises the rhythm between human controlled industrial development and agricultural prosperity. This is clearly depicted by impression of strong, confident and erect thumb of fist in between moving wheel and sheaf of corn. Significantly, BRMS is the first one in the trade union field to use a logo of human organ.

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NATIONAL LABOUR DAY


India has a heritage of thousands of year where the dignity of labour as well as those of labourers was well established. The dire need of the hour is to re-establish the same – the Dignity of Labour by observing our own labour day. As also, most of the Nations have their National Labour Day. National Labour Day was rediscovered to be on Vishwakarma Jayanti, Vishwakarma, being the first craftsman – artisan, sculptor, and engineer – and in fact the traditional symbol of hard labour. This falls on Kanya Sankranti of each year. BRMS, since its inception, has been observing Vishwakarma Jayanti – on 17th September of English Calendar Year National Labour Day. While functioning since 1955 it has given to the labour movement new slogans benefiting its ideology:

NEW TRENDS IN THE TRADE UNION MOVEMENT


BRMS has contributed quite a few new ideas which have virtually become trend setters. BRMS doesn’t believe in class concept and rejects the class theory propounded by Marx. Instead its struggle and fight is against the injustice on workers from whatever quarters. Being non-political, its attitude towards any democratically elected government is governed by the principle of “Responsive Co-operation”. BRMS idea of “Labourisation” of Industries – a stage where workers would collectively own and manage the industrial units has initiated a national debate on it.

THE NEW ECONOMIC POLICY (NEP) AND NEW INDUSTRIAL POLICY (NIP)


While opposing the above policies BRMS was first to give slogan for 2nd war of economic independence. At the same time it has suggested some positive alternatives. It has vigorously condemned the object surrender to the conditionality of the IMF and WB as that would amount to giving up our sovereignty. BRMS considers the movement as an opportunity to build up Swadeshi Model of Economy. Hence it has inspired movement for the use of Swadeshi (Indigenous) Products as against the foreign or MNC products. On modern technology, BRMS while not being antagonistic would prefer developing our own technology based on indigenous and traditional knowledge to best suit our conditions. From this angle national technology policy should be drawn.

BHARAT MATA KI JAI


We will work in the interest of the country and will take full wage for the work done (Desh ki hit me kam karenge, kam ki lenge poore dham) The sacrifice, penance and martyrdom are identification of BRMS (BRMS ki kya pehchan, Tyag, Tapasya aur Balidan) Understand the value of Capital and Labour is equal and same (Paise aur pasine ki kimmat samjo ek samaan). Workers unite the world (Mazdooron duniya ko ek karo) Industrialise the nation, Nationalise the Labour, Labourise the Industry (Rashtra Udyogikaran, Sharamik ka Rashtriyakaran, Udyog ka Mazdoorikaran) Bonus to all wage earners – as deferred wage (Sabi Vetanbogiyonko der se diya hua vetan ki roop me bonus) Stop discrimination. Income-ratio should be one and ten. (Bedbhav bandh karo. Aay ka anupath Ek aur Dus ho)

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AIMS AND OBJECTIVES

The aims and objectives of BRMS are:

(a) To establish ultimately the Bharatiya order of society in which there shall be secured among other things:
i. Complete utilisation of manpower and resources leading to full employment and maximum production.
ii. Replacement of profit motive by service motive and establishment of economic democracy resulting in equitable distribution of wealth to the best advantage of all individual citizens and of the national as a whole.
iii. Development of autonomous industrial communities forming part and parcel of the nation, culminating in ‘Labourisation of industry’
iv. Provision of work with living wage to every individual through maximum industrialisation of the nation.
(b) With a view to enable the workers to strive successfully for the ultimate realisation of the above objects and to strengthen them, in the meanwhile, to make their own contribution to the cause of protecting and promoting their interest consistent with those of the community:
v. To assist workers in organising themselves in trade unions as a medium of service to the motherland irrespective of faiths and political affinities.
vi. To guide, direct, supervise and coordinate the activities of the affiliated unions.
vii. To assist the affiliated unions in the formation of Zonal BRMS units and Production Units as constituent units of the BRMS.
viii. To bring about unity in the trade union movement.
(c) To secure and preserve for the workers:
ix.The right to work, the right for security of service and for social security, the right to conduct trade union activities and the right to strike as a last resort after having exhausted other legitimate methods of trade unionism for redressal of grievances.
x. Improvement in conditions of work, life and social and industrial status.
xi.A living wage consistent with a national minimum and due share in the profits in their respective industries as partners.
xii.Other appropriate amenities
xiii.Expeditious enforcement and appropriate amendment of existing labour legislation in their interest.
xiv.Enactment of new labour laws from time to time in consultation with the labour representatives.
(d) To inculcate in the minds of the workers the spirit of service, cooperation and dutifulness and develop in them a sense of responsibility towards the nation in general and industry in particular.
(e) To educate the labour by organising worker’s training classes, study circles, guest lectures, seminars, symposia, excursions etc., in cooperation with institutions and organisations having similar aims and objects such as the Central Board of Workers Education. Labour Research Centre, Universities etc., and also to maintain libraries.
(f) To publish or cause publication of journals, periodicals, pamphlets, pictures, books and many other types of literature mainly concerning labour and their interests and to purchase, sell & circulate them.
(g) To establish, encourage and organise Labour Research Centres and similar activities.
(h) Generally to take such other steps as may be necessary to ameliorate the social, economic, cultural, civic and general conditions of the workers. For sound health of workers and society BRMS has been against the use of any type of drugs, liquor, alcohol and smoking. To render assistance or to establish cooperative societies, welfare institutions, clubs etc., for the overall welfare of the common man in general and the workers and their families in particular.

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Mangesh M Deshpande

PRESIDENT

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Arvind Kumar Singh

Vice President

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Ram Avadh Upadhyay

Vice President

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Adv.Thulasidasan Nair

Vice President

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Ajaib Singh

Vice President

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Ashok Kumar Shukla

SECRETARY GENERAL

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Pawan Kumar

Assistant Secretary General

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T.V.Subbaramaiah

Deputy Secretary General(Academic)

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Chavali.V.L.Phani

Deputy Secretary General (IT Cell)

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Jagadish Kumar Sharma

Deputy Secretary General

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Sanjiv Kumar Sinha

Dy.Secretary General (Academic)

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D K Chakraborty

ORGANIZING SECRETARY

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Bhanu Pratap Pathak

FINANCE SECRETARY

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Smt.Anita Singh

Mahila Prakosh

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Smt.Rita Mishra

Mahila Prakosh

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Smt.Karamjit Kaur

Mahila Prakosh

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2. MADHYA RAILWAY KARMACHARI SANGH – MRKS

3. PASCHIMA RAILWAY KARMACHARI PARISHAD – PRKP

4. DAKSHINA PURVA RAILWAY MAZDOOR SANGH – DPRMS

5. UTTARA RAILWAY KARMACHARI UNION – URKU

6. PURVI RAILWAY KARMACHARI SANGH – PRKS

7. DAKSHINA RAILWAY KARMIK SANGH -DRKS

8. DAKSHINA MADHYA RAILWAY KARMIK SANGH -DMRKS

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11. UTTARA PURVA RAILWAY KARMACHARI SANGH- UPRKS

12. PURVA MADHYA RAILWAY MAZDOOR SANGH – PMRMS

13. EAST COAST RAILWAY MAZDOOR UNION -ECORMU

14. PASCHIMA MADHYA RAILWAY KARMACHARI SANGH -PMRKS

15. UTTARA MADHYA RAILWAY KARMACHARI SANGH -UMRKS

16. NAIRUTYA RAILWAY MAZDOOR SANGH -NRMS

17. CALCATTA METRO RAILWAY KARMACHARI SANGH – CMRKS

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21. I.C.F. KARMIK SANGH -ICFKS
22. R.C.F. KARMACHARI SANGH -RCFKS
23. RAIL WHEEL FACTORY EMPLOYEES SANGH -RWFES
24. BSCLKS -Burnpur
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BRMS Central Office Bearers

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