Tuesday, 6 June 2017

7th Pay Commission: The decision on Allowance this Week

The same note will also include the issue related to HRA. Central employees are awaiting government decisions on the issue of HRA in addition to other auctions. This waiting is going to be a year now.

New Delhi: A big news can be from the Cabinet meeting this week for nearly 50 lakh central employees of the country. The cabinet meeting is expected to be accepted after discussing the Cabinet note related to the Alliance.

The same note will also include the issue related to HRA. Central employees are awaiting government decisions on the issue of HRA in addition to other auctions. This waiting is going to be a year now. It may be mentioned that on June 28 last year, the government had decided to implement the recommendations of the Seventh Pay Commission. The Government had announced the implementation of the recommendations of the Pay Commission from January 1, 2016. But after several recommendations of the Pay Commission, the Central employees expressed their objections on many issues. There was also a dispute about the alliances in these issues.


The government had constituted a committee for this. The committee submitted its report to the Finance Minister on 27th April. On behalf of the Ministry of Finance this report was sent to the committee of empowered secretaries. Now after discussing this report, on June 1, the Empowered Committee of Secretaries has prepared a Cabinet note. It is now believed that there can be a decision about this in the Central Cabinet meeting on every Wednesday. It is unclear that this note will be kept in the meeting this time. Sources say that this can happen.

Sources say that the Lavasa committee, which has been made to discuss with the staff, has suggested amendments in some recommendations made to the Seventh Pay Commission's allowances.

For information, please inform that before the seventh pay commission, the central staff were entitled to 196 kind of allowances. But the seventh pay commission ended many auctions or added them, after which only 55 vacancies were left. All employees have the right to end several auctions.

Let us state that there is confusion about the number of allowances given to the Central employees by the Seventh Pay Commission. The Narendra Modi government had approved the recommendations of the 7th Pay Commission in 2016 and implemented the report of the 7th Pay Commission from 1 January 2016. However, due to disagreements over many issues with allowances, these recommendations were not fully implemented. Now when the Ashok Lavasa Committee has submitted its report to the government, and soon the Finance Minister Arun Jaitley will take any final decision on this report from the government. 


In the report, the Pay Commission (Pay Commission) in its report, HRA initially fixed 24%, 16% and 8% and it was said that when the DA reaches 50% then it will be 27%, 18% and 9% Will be respectively. Not only this, the Pay Commission has also said that when the DA becomes 100%, then the rate will be 30%, 20% and 10% respectively for X, Y and Z cities. The employees say that they are demanding to increase this rate.

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