With the efforts of AIRF, Railway Board has agreed to accept the Mutual Transfers requests, orders will be issued soon
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No.AIRF/56 Dated: February 5, 2017
The General Secretaries,
All Affiliated Unions,
Sub: Mutual Transfer
This issue was agitating by the railwaymen for a pretty long time because Railway Board has banned Mutual Transfers all over the Indian Railways.
AIRF has strongly represented against it, with the result that, in spite of stiff opposition of Member Staff Railway Board, Hon’ble MR and CRB have approved the proposal of the DG(P), Railway Board, and henceforth all the staff those who have found willing for Mutual Transfer will be considered favourably.
In this connection, General Secretary, North Western Railway Employees’ Union had also submitted a memorandum to Member Staff Railway Board during his Jaipur visit, and the General Secretaries of other affiliates of AIRF also persuaded the matter at their own level.
This is for your information.
Letter in this regard will be issued shortly