<p>International Seafarers Day celebration at kolkata on 25th June 2017 in presence of Shipping fraternity, Senior Leader and Seafarers. </p> <p>International Seafarers Day Celebration at Kolkata</p> <p>International Seafarers Day Celebration at Kolkata</p> <p><strong>Retired seafarers along with FSUI met with DG shipping to discuss on their pending issue related facilities provided by SWFS. </strong></p> <p>FSUI MEMBERS ONBOARD "UNITY IS STRENGTH" </p> <p><strong>A meeting was held with seafarers and officers working with LDCL onboard UTL vessel, many problems raised by both officers and crew members, including the non compliance of NMB for seafarers and No proper wages has been paid to officers also. The same matter has been taken  up with  management.</strong></p> <p>on the occassion of 2nd September 2016 FSUI March with Seafarers to support the exemption of Income Tax for Indian Seafarers</p> <p>FSUI @ Haldia onboard DCI dredgers against Privatisation. </p> <p>FSUI @ Kochi onboard in support of Seafarers against privatisation of DCI.</p> <p>FSUI inaugurates it's branch office at Kochi in Presence of Senior Comrades Leadership, Retired Seafarers Representative working seafarers to provide the service for them and their family based at Kerla UTL. Very much useful to the seafarers visiting to kerala port. Location is @ Parry Jn. Thoppumpady Kochi</p> <p>SAVE DCI</p> <p>Agitation onboard DCI dredgers against the decision of government for disinvestment .</p> <p>To, Oppose Privatisation of DCI, FSUI hold the agitation at Mumbai on 17th of January 2018</p> <p>oppose privatisation of DCI our mini ratna company</p> <p>STOP Privatisation of Dredging Corporation of India</p> <p>labour day #Solidarity #Sailors #mariners #maritimeworkers</p> <p>#opposeprivatisation #paradeep</p> <p>International Seafarers Day celebration on 25th June @Kolkata with Seafarers, Retired Seafarers & families. </p> <p>#Gujarat #Inlandworkers</p> <p>FSUI Campaing against the discrimination of officers coming from seafarers. it has been noted that seafarers who are passing out the exam are badly exploited by shipping company and not giving opportunity to work on the ship by giving reason that they are from rating background. this discrimination against the sailors are unacceptable and FSUI strongly condemn this. we urge all our brothers and sisters to report this office if you faced this reson with details.</p>


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" height="150px" width="200px" style="border:solid black; margin:1px 22px 22px 0px;" border="solid" /> <p>FSUI Against privatisation of SCI a continious demonstration and strong oppose to stop privatisation #SAVESCI </p> <p>A campaign to educate and awareness about seafarers rights by youth committee to doorstep and home town of sailors this time #Allahabad</p> <p>FSUI Oppose to stop privatisation at kolkata SCI office </p> <p>A strong oppose to the decision of SCI for shifting the selection process to Mumbai denying the interest of kolkata and nearby state seafarers. </p> <p>We, are glad to announce that on 30th April of 2022, 50th Annual General Body Meeting of Forward Seamen's Union was held at Shramik Bhavan (CITU West Bengal) office at Kolkata in presence of CITU All India General Secretary Com. Tapan Sen, CITU West Bengal General Secretary Com. Anadi Sahoo, Com. Devanjan Chakraborty, Com. Deepak Das Gupta and other senior comrades from CITU as well as from Port sectors too. </p>

<p>The Meeting was Presided over by Com. Narendra Rao the General Secretary of Water Transport Workers Federation of India (WTWFI) and more than 500 Seafarers participated in the meeting.</p>

<p>The Conference begun with opening remarks of Com. Tapan Sen followed by presention of Annual report by the General Secretary. After a prolonged deliberation by delegates the conference elected Com. Bankim Bharati as President, Com. Manoj Yadav as General Secretary and Com. Timir Shah as Treasurer of FSUI with total 68 members of committee. </p>

<p>In the General Body Meeting the   challenges and issues which are confronting the Seafarers and their families were identfied and FSUI   decided to move ahead forward for next three years with a view to resolve the same and to achieve the justified demands of seafarers retired Seafarers and their families.</p>
FSUI has travelled a long way during last 52 years
Today, FSUI is the biggest union of seamen in the shipping industry
With more than 27,000 members With branches at Mumbai, Chennai, Tuticorin, Vizag, Kochi, Port Blair, Lakshadweep