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7th Pay Commission – कर्मचारियों को झटका दे सकती है केंद्र सरकार (English Version Included)

Recently, there were reports stating that the government might have dropped the idea completely which came as a huge concern.

साल 2017 जा चुका है और 2018 की शुरुआत हो गई है, नए साल में अभी तक सभी केंद्रीय कर्मचारियों को 7th Pay Commission का फायदा नहीं मिला है। 7th Pay Commission को पास हुए करीब 19 महीने हो चुके हैं, लेकिन कर्मचारियों को अभी तक कुछ नहीं मिला है। न्यूनत वेतन बढ़ाने को लेकर समय बीतता जा रहा है।

ऐसी खबर आने के बाद केंद्रीय कर्मचारियों की यूनियन ने अनिश्चित हड़ताल करने की बात की। इसके बाद जब खबर आई कि फाइनैंस मिनिस्टर अरुण जेटली एक हाई लेवल कमेटी बनाने वाले हैं तो हड़ताल की बात दब गई। सरकारी कर्मचारियों का कहना है कि उन्हें अभी तक कोई सुराग नहीं मिला है कि क्या यह हड़ताल का खतरा था या सरकार की वास्तविक चिंता, जिसने अरुण जेटली को नई उच्च स्तरीय समिति के गठन का फैसला करने के लिए प्रेरित किया।

मीडिया रिपोर्ट्स के मुताबिक हाई लेवल कमेटी सातवें वेतन आयोग की सिफारिशों से परे वेतन बढ़ाने पर अपनी रिपोर्ट तैयार करेगी। इस समिति में गृह मंत्रालय और रक्षा मंत्रालय के सचिवों के अलावा डिपार्टमेंट ऑफ पर्सनल एंड ट्रेनिंग, पेंशन, रिवेन्यू, एक्सपेंडेचर, हेल्थ, रेलवे बोर्ड के साइंस एंड टेक्नॉलोजी के चैयरमेन और डिप्टी कैग इसके मेंबर हो सकते हैं। ऐसा हो सकता है कि कैबिनेट सेक्रेटरी प्रदीप कुमार सिन्हा इस कमेटी के अध्यक्ष हों।

English Version

The year 2018 can be very crucial for the central government employees who are hopeful that the 7th pay commission recommendations may finally be implemented. Another year has passed away and the fight for the minimum pay hike under 7th Pay Commission is still on with more than 48 lakh government employees taking part in it and waiting with bated breath for some good news. Even though the government had recommended the minimum pay hike, it has been delaying the matter for a long time now. It was about two years ago when the seventh pay commission had proposed the minimum salary hike for the central government employees. However, nothing has been done yet.

Recently, there were reports stating that the government might have dropped the idea completely which came as a huge concern for the 48 lakh central government employees and around 52 lakh pensioners. This led to the employees union threatening to call an indefinite strike. However, the rumour was put down when the news came out that the Finance Minister Arun Jaitley is planning to constitute a new high-level committee to proceed with this 7th Pay Commission’s recommendation.

The committee which will be formed soon is expected to look into the secretaries of several ministries of the country including Ministry of Home Affairs, Health, pension, posts, and expenditure. This committee will also be responsible for the proceedings of the recommendation made by 7th Pay Commission regarding minimum pay hike.

With the formation of a high-level committee, government employees have found a ray of hope for the implementation of the 7th Pay Commission recommendation. The year 2018 can be very crucial for the central government employees who are hopeful that the recommendations may finally be implemented.

It is expected that the HRA increases by various governments may push up housing inflation further in 2018. It has already had an impact on the inflation, according to the Reserve Bank of India. “On the whole, inflation is estimated in the range 4.3%- 4.7% in third quarter and fourth quarter of this year, including the HRA effect of up to 35 basis points (0.35%), with risks evenly balanced,” RBI had said.

“The staggered impact of HRA increases by various state governments may push up housing inflation further in 2018. The recent rise in international crude oil prices may sustain, especially on account of the OPEC’s decision to maintain production cuts through next year,” it added.

inputs from PTI

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