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Now, SAIL clarifies allegations made by individuals motivated, terms it an act of vendetta and arm-twisting

After the death of SAIL Director (personnel) Late Atul Srivastava and later on alleged mud-slinging of the organisation and its higher officials by certain people from within the organisation pained the higher-ups who claim to stand rock solid behind its workers. It claims to have been forced to come out with some clarifications regarding the unfortunate demise of Director (Personnel) and the management of COVID at Company HQ at New Delhi.

SAIL clarifies: “The Company stands strong and united with the bereaved family of Late Shri Atul Srivastava, Director (Personnel), SAIL at this time of the unfortunate loss of theirs and SAIL as a whole. The Company has all along taken all measures as per the guidelines of the GoI to ensure safe and healthy work atmosphere including flexible work schedules and rosters.”

It says, “Along with it, at this time of unprecedented health challenges, the Company has made special tie-ups with two renowned healthcare providers namely Max Healthcare and Apollo Hospitals for facilitating enhanced healthcare facilities to the employees and their dependents. It is thus reiterated that at such a delicate moment, the Company expects everyone to stand in solidarity instead of making imaginative allegations and indulge in innuendos and conjectures.”

The SAIL further says, “It is clarified that the signatory of the letter Mr Raj Solanki was demanding personal favours from the top management, which was untenable. There are ample possibilities that only for the sake of fulfilling personal gains, an attempt has been made to indulge in vendetta and arm-twisting the management by spreading rumor and casting aspersions with this kind of unsubstantiated letter. However, all such misadventures will be foiled and the Team SAIL is determined to fight back and will continue to remain in the path of glory.” SAIL is a pro-employee organization. Its employees are its greatest strength and the Team SAIL is committed and dedicated to surge ahead.

14 Jun 2020
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Employees Union accuses SAIL management of COVID mishandling?

SAIL Employees Union (Corporate office) has accused SAIL Chairman of mishandling the COVID-19 situation in the organization and has demanded an inquiry into the death of one the senior officials Atul Srivastava, Director (Personnel). The Union demanded that responsibility must be fixed for criminal negligence in the matter.

General secretary of the union Raj Solanki alleged that instead of acknowledging the fact that there has been gross negligence by SAIL management in handling the COVID-19 pandemic, there is an attempt to cover up the matter surrounding the unfortunate demise of Srivastava. There have been numerous instances of recklessness on part of the chairman’s office.

Despite the fact that over 40 senior officials at SAIL headquarter were tested positive for COVID-19 SAIL officials were asked to attend office and on failing to do so, they were threatened to be issued an official note of displeasure. Solanki writes, “We demand that an independent inquiry in the death of late Shri Atul Srivastava is conducted at the earliest.” The unfortunate part was that instead of facing reality, facts were suppressed by the higher offices of SAIL.

Solanki writes, “In the press release regarding the death of director (personnel) which was hurriedly circulated even prior to informing the family members of the deceased, it has been mentioned that the deceased was diagnosed COVID negative while we all know that he along with most of the directors of SAIL and senior officers in Chairman’s secretariat had been diagnosed COVID positive by Indraprastha Apollo Hospital, New Delhi a few days back. In fact, there is a clear attempt to suppress facts and there is a deliberate attempt to show the death of Late Shri Srivastava as a death due to natural causes. Further, we come to know that the death certificate issued by concerned agencies has also mentioned that the deceased was COVID positive.” 

Reportedly, Srivastava’s last rites took place in Punjabi Bagh crematorium which is specially designated for death occurring due to COVID infection in Delhi.

Though SAIL Employees Union (Corporate office) issued a press note registering its viewpoint several senior public-sector officials say that this was not the right way and right time for such move which discourages the industry management. COVID-19 management, SOPs, and protocols are as important as keeping the industry and economy running for the sake of people, employment, economy, and business eco-system.


13 Jun 2020
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Now, SAIL clarifies allegations made by individuals motivated, terms it an act of vendetta and arm-twisting

By IndianMandarins 14 Jun 2020

After the death of SAIL Director (personnel) Late Atul Srivastava and later on alleged mud-slinging of the organisation and its higher officials by certain people from within the organisation pained the higher-ups who claim to stand rock solid behind its workers. It claims to have been forced to come out with some clarifications regarding the unfortunate demise of Director (Personnel) and the management of COVID at Company HQ at New Delhi.

SAIL clarifies: “The Company stands strong and united with the bereaved family of Late Shri Atul Srivastava, Director (Personnel), SAIL at this time of the unfortunate loss of theirs and SAIL as a whole. The Company has all along taken all measures as per the guidelines of the GoI to ensure safe and healthy work atmosphere including flexible work schedules and rosters.”

It says, “Along with it, at this time of unprecedented health challenges, the Company has made special tie-ups with two renowned healthcare providers namely Max Healthcare and Apollo Hospitals for facilitating enhanced healthcare facilities to the employees and their dependents. It is thus reiterated that at such a delicate moment, the Company expects everyone to stand in solidarity instead of making imaginative allegations and indulge in innuendos and conjectures.”

The SAIL further says, “It is clarified that the signatory of the letter Mr Raj Solanki was demanding personal favours from the top management, which was untenable. There are ample possibilities that only for the sake of fulfilling personal gains, an attempt has been made to indulge in vendetta and arm-twisting the management by spreading rumor and casting aspersions with this kind of unsubstantiated letter. However, all such misadventures will be foiled and the Team SAIL is determined to fight back and will continue to remain in the path of glory.” SAIL is a pro-employee organization. Its employees are its greatest strength and the Team SAIL is committed and dedicated to surge ahead.

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Employees Union accuses SAIL management of COVID mishandling?

By IndianMandarins 13 Jun 2020

SAIL Employees Union (Corporate office) has accused SAIL Chairman of mishandling the COVID-19 situation in the organization and has demanded an inquiry into the death of one the senior officials Atul Srivastava, Director (Personnel). The Union demanded that responsibility must be fixed for criminal negligence in the matter.

General secretary of the union Raj Solanki alleged that instead of acknowledging the fact that there has been gross negligence by SAIL management in handling the COVID-19 pandemic, there is an attempt to cover up the matter surrounding the unfortunate demise of Srivastava. There have been numerous instances of recklessness on part of the chairman’s office.

Despite the fact that over 40 senior officials at SAIL headquarter were tested positive for COVID-19 SAIL officials were asked to attend office and on failing to do so, they were threatened to be issued an official note of displeasure. Solanki writes, “We demand that an independent inquiry in the death of late Shri Atul Srivastava is conducted at the earliest.” The unfortunate part was that instead of facing reality, facts were suppressed by the higher offices of SAIL.

Solanki writes, “In the press release regarding the death of director (personnel) which was hurriedly circulated even prior to informing the family members of the deceased, it has been mentioned that the deceased was diagnosed COVID negative while we all know that he along with most of the directors of SAIL and senior officers in Chairman’s secretariat had been diagnosed COVID positive by Indraprastha Apollo Hospital, New Delhi a few days back. In fact, there is a clear attempt to suppress facts and there is a deliberate attempt to show the death of Late Shri Srivastava as a death due to natural causes. Further, we come to know that the death certificate issued by concerned agencies has also mentioned that the deceased was COVID positive.” 

Reportedly, Srivastava’s last rites took place in Punjabi Bagh crematorium which is specially designated for death occurring due to COVID infection in Delhi.

Though SAIL Employees Union (Corporate office) issued a press note registering its viewpoint several senior public-sector officials say that this was not the right way and right time for such move which discourages the industry management. COVID-19 management, SOPs, and protocols are as important as keeping the industry and economy running for the sake of people, employment, economy, and business eco-system.


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SAIL: Prakash selected for Director post

By IndianMandarins 03 Feb 2020

The public-sector head-hunter on Monday selected Amarendu Prakash (GM,SAIL) for the post of Director (Raw Materials & Logistics), Steel Authority of India Ltd (SAIL); Subject to requisite clearances and ACC approval he will replace Vivek Gupta, the outgoing Director retiring July this year.

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SAIL: Dasgupta selected for Director Post

By IndianMandarins 08 Jul 2019

The public-sector headhunter (PESB), on Monday Anirban Dasgupta selected  for the post of Director (Projects and Business Planning), Steel Authority of India Ltd (SAIL). Presently he is serving as Chief Executive Officer, Steel Authority of India Ltd (SAIL).

Altogether Seven candidates appeared before the selection board for interview held at PESB today.

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SAIL: Sen selected for Director (Finance) post

By IndianMandarins 05 Jul 2019

The public-sector headhunter (PESB) on Friday Tuesday selected Amit Sen (GM, SAIL) for the post of Director (Finance) Steel Authority of India (SAIL); a post which fell vacant on September 22, 2018 after A K Chaudhary took over as Chairman, SAIL. Altogether five candidates were interviewed for the post at a selection meeting.

 

PESB had advertised the post on March 25, 2019. 

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Appointment of Dir (RM&L) SAIL cleared

By IndianMandarins 25 Mar 2019

The NaMo administration on Monday cleared the appointment of Vivek Gupta (ED, SAIL) to the post of Director (Raw Material & Logistics) SAIL till his superannuation i.e. 31 July 2020.

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SAIL: Vivek Gupta selected for Director post

By IndianMandarins 11 Jan 2019

The Public-sector headhunter, on Friday, selected Vivek Gupta (ED, SAIL) for the post of Director (Raw Materials & Logistics), Steel Authority of India Ltd (SAIL); a post which presently vacant.

 

Altogether eight candidates appeared before the selection board for interview. 

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