7th Pay Commission – Govt may not appoint any High Level Committee to Examine the Minimum Pay
7th Pay Commission – Govt may not appoint any High Level Committee to Examine the Minimum Pay.
Even as lakhs of Central government employees are waiting for the setting up of the high level committee on minimum wage recommended by the 7th pay commission, reliable sources say that the government has denied forming any such committee.
As per reliable sources, the government has now decided that it would not to appoint any High Level Committee to examine the minimum pay and allowances as was recommended by the 7th Pay Commission.
In a bid to look after the minimum pay, fitment formula revision and other main demands of central government employees the government had previously assured to set up a committee to look into these.
Expressing dissatisfaction over the recommendations of the 7th Pay Commission, various central government employees’ unions had threatened to go on an indefinite strike post the announcement of pay commission recommendation on June last year. However, things looks gone silent now….. God knows why……
The Cabinet, headed by Prime Minister, on June 29 last year cleared the recommendations of the 7th Pay Commission according to which the overall hike in salary and allowance of central government employees and pensioners comes to 23.5 percent…… but the real figure?…. nobody knows….. the controversy should be solved…. but who will solve it?
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