7th Pay Commission Update: There is good news for central employees in the new year. The central government may increase the salaries of its employees. This will benefit 50 lakh central employees. At the same time, millions of pensioners will also benefit. The increase will be based on the recommendations of the Seventh Pay Commission. Let me tell you that the costly allowances received by central employees last year were banned due to stalled economic activity due to the Koro epidemic.
Salary is currently being received in this ratio
Central employees and pensioners get an inflation allowance of 21 per cent, but it is currently getting 17 per cent. The central government has made this arrangement till June 2021. It is believed that after June 2021, the government may provide relief on inflation allowances. If this happens, both salaries and pensions will increase. Importantly, on January 1 and July 1, the central government will increase the inflation allowance. The central government may take this decision at its next meeting to raise salaries.
Salary increase from 5 thousand to 25 thousand rupees
According to media reports, an increase of at least Rs 5,000 per month will be made for non-gazetted or non-gazetted medical staff. Their HRA, DA and TA may also increase. If all these are merged, the salary for various positions can be increased from five thousand rupees to 25 thousand rupees.
The government pays the DA on a regular basis so that the rising cost of living does not adversely affect the living standards of the people working under the government. Let me tell you, as per the trend so far, the Central Government is increasing the inflation allowance on January 1 and July 1. This arrangement is applicable under the 7th Pay Commission. 7th Pay Commission Update