7th Pay Commission – Government Employees’ Salary Hikes not before June? – Though, the matter may become clearer when Finance Ministry announces the details on implementation, and that is expected to happen before Budget 2016-17 in February.
New Delhi – Government is likely to accept the recommendations of the 7th Pay Commission and offer salary hikes to Central Government Employees not before June 2016.
Though, the matter may become clearer when Finance Ministry announces the details on implementation, and that is expected to happen before Budget 2016-17 in February.
Then there are Assembly elections expected in Pondicherry, Assam, Tamil Nadu, West Bengal, and Kerala. So the implementation of salary hike is also expected only when the State Assembly elections are over by June/July.
Speaking against the pay revision, Gujarat said constant hikes by pay commissions had caused labour market distortions vis-a-vis private sector salaries. Gujarat Government has also added, pay panel will encourage and force state governments to take route of “contract appointments” which will create two sets of employees.
Also, as per reports, seven states – UP, Punjab, West Bengal, Tamil Nadu, Odisha, Tripura and Sikkim, have requested the Centre to delay implementation of salary hikes due to the financial burden 7th CPC recommendations are likely to cast on the state exchequer.
Source: Zee News