7th pay commission: After 7th pay commission, Modi government will bring 8th pay commission. There is a question in the mind of most government employees that the government will bring 8th pay commission to increase the salary.
However, there were many reports that the government would not bring the next pay commission. The government has clarified whether it is considering the 8th Pay Commission or not. The Central Government has refuted the claim that there will be no 8th Central Pay Commission for revision of salaries, allowances and pensions of Central Government employees and pensioners.
Aayog 8th Pay Commission
In a written reply to a question, Union Minister of State for Finance Pankaj Choudhary said that no such proposal is under consideration. According to Express, Choudhary was answering the question whether it is true that the government has not constituted the 8th Central Pay Commission (8th Pay Commission) to revise the salary, allowances and pension of central government employees and pensioners. is considering.
Chowdhary was replying to a question whether it is true that the government is not considering the Eighth Pay Commission. However, there should not be a need to constitute another Pay Commission to review the salaries, allowances and pensions paid to Central Government employees and pensioners as recommended by the Seventh Pay Commission.
Changes in pay metrics
Union Minister of State for Finance Pankaj Choudhary said that its pay matrix can be reviewed and revised on the basis of the Acroyd formula, which can be changed keeping in mind the prices of the items of the common man’s needs. Labor Bureau Shimla reviews it from time to time. It has been suggested that this metrics should be revised from time to time without the need for the next Pay Commission.
DA will increase
In response to another question whether the government will increase the dearness allowance and dearness relief rates in view of the high WPI inflation. To this Choudhary said that it was not necessary as DA and DR are based on AICPI-IW data given by Labor Bureau in Shimla.
Government will take decision soon
Central government employees and pensioners are waiting for another hike in the rates of DA (Dearness Allowance) and DR (Dearness Relief). The government can soon take a decision on the DA of the employees. Meanwhile, the state government of Tripura has approved a proposal to increase dearness allowance and dearness relief by 5 per cent respectively for state government employees and pensioners with effect from July 1.