7th pay commission, 7th CPC latest news today: Good news for Gujarat government employees! Dearness allowance increased by 3 percent

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7th pay commission, 7th CPC latest news today: Gujarat is good news for the government employees. The state government has increased the dearness allowance by 3 percent to the government employees. Under the recommendations of the Seventh Pay Commission, the government headed by Vijay Rupani has increased the dearness allowance by 3 percent to more than 9 lakh employees. At the same time, the Central Government employees are demanding an increase in the minimum wage.

new Delhi. 7th pay commission, 7th CPC latest news today: More than nine lakhs is good news for state government employees and pensioners. The Gujarat government has increased dearness allowances (DA) from the existing nine percent to 12 percent under the recommendations of the Seventh Pay Commission. An increase in DA will result in an additional burden of Rs 1071 crore annually on the public exchequer. Just before the announcement of the Lok Sabha elections, the Central Government had announced a hike of 3 percent in the DA and Dearness Relief (DR) for employees and pensioners under the recommendations of the Seventh Pay Commission. This step was to be followed gradually by the state governments. Prior to this, the Madhya Pradesh government announced the increase of DPA and DR to 3 percent for government employees under the recommendations of the Seventh Pay Commission.

According to the Seventh Pay Commission, the Uttar Pradesh government announced the increase in the DA after the central government employees got a bonus of their share after getting the bonus. Bihar announced the increase in DA and DR for its government employees and pensioners. In the state, the Nitish Kumar government increased the dearness allowance and inflation relief by 3 percent to 9 percent to 12 percent. This step took effect from January 1, 2019, and benefited about 4 lakh government employees and six lakh pensioners in the state. This will add an additional annual burden of Rs.1100.94 crore to the state treasury.

Another state which had announced similarly a few months ago, is Uttarakhand. Trivendra Singh Rawat-government has agreed to increase the DPA and DPA to 3% of the state’s employees and pensioners. The increase of 9 percent to 12 percent under the Seventh Pay Commission came retrospective effect from 1 January 2019. This step benefited about 2.5 lakh government employees and pensioners.

Regarding increment of 3% in DA and DR under the Seventh Pay Commission, salary increase was announced for employees and pensioners in Jammu and Kashmir. This decision was taken in the meeting of the State Council of the State (SAC) in Jammu, which was held under the chairmanship of Governor Satya Pal Malik. Under the Seventh Pay Commission, a salary increase for the employees of Odisha was also announced. The state government has announced an increase of dearness allowance and dearness relief for its employees and pensioners by 3 percent. At least 7 lakh employees will get 12 percent DA and DR benefits from 1 January 2019. This step will cost an additional burden of Rs 500 crore on the public exchequer.

The Rajasthan government recently increased dearness allowance and inflation relief from 9 percent to 12 percent for its employees. This step will benefit 8.5 lakh employees and 3.5 lakh pensioners of the state government and the financial burden of the state government will be Rs 1,435 crore. Meanwhile, the Central Government employees are expecting a four per cent increase in their DA in July 2019, which will reach 16 per cent. If allowance enhancement is implemented, it will be the biggest increase in DA since the implementation of the 7th pay scale in 2016.

More than 50 lakh Central Government employees and the same pensioner are expecting positive news from the government about their demands of the Minimum Wage and the Factor Factor beyond the recommendations of the Seventh Pay Commission in the upcoming Union Budget. Government employees, who were demanding an increase of Rs 8,000 in the minimum wage, and disappointed with the announcement of the dates of the Lok Sabha elections, after the seventh Union Pay Commission or an increase of 3.68 times in the fitment factor beyond the seventh CPC, the Model Code of Conduct applies. Were. As soon as the timetable of the general elections is announced

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