7th Pay Commission: Government gives new year gifts, increased salaries of 17 lakh employees
There is great news for Maharashtra government employees, who have been waiting for the recommendations of the Seventh Pay Commission for a long time. The state government has stamped the long standing demand of its employees and has approved the implementation of the recommendations of the Seventh Pay Commission before the new year. Devendra Fadnavis cabinet has approved the recommendations of the Pay Commission on Thursday. This decision will benefit 17 lakh employees of the state government.
An additional burden of Rs 20 thousand crore will be an estimate, after the implementation of the seventh pay commission, additional burden of Rs 20,000 crore will be increased on the treasury of the Maharashtra government. Tell you how government employees in Maharashtra were demanding salary for a long time according to the recommendations of the Seventh Pay Commission.
However, it is not clear from now that when increment will be applicable. Some media reports are being said to be effective from January 2019. At the same time there are some reports that employees are being given the arrears for the last three years.
Earlier in October, the Bihar government had increased the dearness allowance / relief rate of state employees, pensioners and family pensioners from 7 to 9 percent. New rates in Bihar have been implemented from 1 July 2018. After this decision, the extra burden of Rs 419 crore on the treasury of the Bihar government increased. It was reported in the past that the Central Government could also give its employees a good response. From April 1, 2019, the promotion of employees can be simplified and simplified.