Govt has formed a committee to examine the recommendations of 7th Pay Commission relating to all 196 allowances. Here is an analysis on why Common allowances should not be clubbed with other allowances
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The salaries government employees would receive from August 1, on the basis of 7th pay commission recommendations would be hiked by 14.27 per cent, without any allowances. Which technically makes it a lowest ever salary hike implemented by any Pay Commission since independence.
While Committee was formed by Cabinet to look in to revision of allowances, High Level Committee to be formed by Govt will review Minimum wage and fitment formula
What is hurting more the central Government employees is, The 7th pay commission has recommended a 14.27 per cent hike in basic pay at junior levels — the lowest in 70 years.
Problems of NPS employees were taken well in 7th Pay Commission negotiations which resulted in Govt’s decision to form a Committee to look in to NPS related issues – NJCA Clarifies
The question of keeping in abeyance the implementation of the Cabinet decision on 29th June 2016 regarding 7th CPC recommendations, till the High Level Committee submits its report to Govt, was discussed in the NJCA meeting.
Many expected that implementation of 7th Pay Commission may take some more time as the matter relating to revision of allowances, minimum wage and fitment formula has been referred to committees
Now that Govt avoided Strike Action over modification of 7th Pay Commission report. Will it go ahead with its implementation plans now?
In the meeting of NJCA constituent members with Home Minister, it was agreed by Govt to give it in writing on formation of Committee for reviewing 7th Pay Commission Minimum wage and Fitment Formula
Expressing dissatisfaction over the recommendations of the 7th Pay Commission, various central government employees’ unions have threatened to go on an indefinite strike from July 11.
On 30th June 2016, the Government had assured to refer the revision of Minimum wage and fitment formula to a Committee.
As per press release issued by NJCA, the Council of Ministers promised to appoint a committee for the purpose of reviewing 7th Pay Commission Minimum Pay and Fitment Formula.
Mishra the NJCA general secretary said Jaitley accepted their concern regarding 7th pay commission. “He said the government will try to rectify some of our demands, including minimum wage”.
Three cabinet ministers—finance minister Arun Jaitley, home minister Rajnath Singh and railway minister Suresh Prabhu—met representatives of several government staff unions