7th Pay Commission: Central govt employees receiving DA hike again? Check details here | Personal Finance News

New Delhi: The Modi government can distribute DA arrears of 1.5 years, or 18 months, to workers on a one-time basis of Rs 2 lakh. Although there has been no official announcement from the administration on the subject, negotiations are ongoing. From January 2020 to May 2021, the center staff has always requested DA suspension.

According to Shiv Gopal Mishra, Secretary (Working Group) of the JCM National Committee, the committee has made a request to the government, but no solution has been found so far. According to sources, discussions with the secretary general have taken place. Meanwhile, the labor group emphasizes that the payment of wages is solved once and for all.

According to Mishra, JCM will soon hold a meeting with staff from the Department of Personnel and Training (DoPT) and the Ministry of Finance, Department of Finance. It is predicted that 18 months of DA arrears will be discussed at this meeting, and due to the upcoming elections, the government will not be able to provide assurances on 18 months of arrears.

Shiv Gopal Mishra of JCM National Board was mentioned in an earlier report by Zee Business as saying that the DA arrears of Level-1 employees vary from Rs 11,880 to Rs 37,554. Employees at Level-13 (CPC 7th base payment Rs 1,23,100 to Rs 2,15,900) or Level-14 (payroll) will be Rs 1,44,200 and Rs 2,18,200 in DA loans, respectively. If approved by the Coalition, industry and pensions of about 65 lakh will continue to benefit from related benefits.

Dearness grant is part of the civil service and pensioners’ pay. To keep pace with inflation, the federal government reviewed DA and DR benefits twice a year, in January and July. Employees’ DA varies depending on whether they work in urban, semi-urban, or rural areas.

When the government lifted the DA in October, it benefited 48 lakh central government employees and 65 lakh retired across India.

Central government employees receive a Free Wonder of 31%. Most recent improvements were made in July and October 2021, following a month-long delay due to the Covid-19 pandemic. In October, the Coalition increased the voluntary and voluntary relief by 3% to 31% to assist Central Government employees 47.14 lakh and pension workers 68.62 lakh.

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