7th Pay Commission: This state has announced the formation of 7th Pay Commission for the employees, will be implemented in October

7th Pay Commission: The Government of Karnataka has announced the formation of the Seventh Pay Commission to revise the pay scale of government employees in the state. It will come into effect in October this year. Apart from this, the state government has started an innovative project named Punyakoti.

Karnataka Chief Minister Basavaraj Bommai, speaking at the first state-level State Government Employees’ Day and state-level ‘Best Service’ award function, said that employees of ‘A’ and ‘B’ categories will adopt cows under the ‘Punyakoti Dattu Scheme’. According to a PTI report, the government plans to adopt a cattle by paying an annual fee of Rs 11,000.

Under the Punyakoti scheme, the Chief Minister said that there are more than 1 lakh cows for adoption in various Gaushalas. He said, Rs 50 crore has been sanctioned for the construction of a cowshed in each district, but people’s participation is important and it is the core of democracy.

CM announced Rs 11,000 as fixed amount for adopting a cow for one year.

He further said, “For development work, crops due to natural calamities, loss of life, compensation for damage to property, everyone should have a good economy. In such a situation, it is the duty of the government to stand on behalf of the people. By which the honesty of the government should be proved by working for the people. He also announced that a government order has been issued to cover government employees under the ‘Arogya Sanjeevani’ scheme.

Explaining the difference between private sector and government sector employees, the CM said, “It is that private sector employees have responsibilities and deadlines whereas government sector employees have responsibility and authority. If this power is used positively and leads to the development of the state, it will be worthwhile.”

He said, “The people are the masters of our democracy. The mission of democracy is fulfilled only when common people show respect when you come to office, just as you stand up and give respect to senior officers and superiors when they come. ,

Talking about the challenges being faced by the pandemic, the CM said, “Even the strongest countries of the world were facing difficulties due to COVID. With the strong leadership of Hon’ble Prime Minister Shri Narendra Modi, India has become strong again in the last six years. Months of covid crisis. The onus is on all of us to turn the challenging days into the days ahead. ,