No Arrears on Allowances to Government Employees: 7th Pay Commission. This article covers latest news on allowance for central government employee, state government employee, railway employee and more. After the implementation of 7th pay commission, recently central government employees are getting allowances under the 6th pay commission. Government has formed review committee on allowance after proposal of central government employee union and other unions. Committee has to submit report on allowance within three month but they have not submitted report yet.
No Arrears on Allowances to Government Employees: 7th Pay Commission
All Central Governments employee are unhappy with “No Arrears on Allowances to Government Employees: 7th Pay Commission” after the recommendations made by 7CPC is implemented.
According to news from finance ministry the 7th Pay Commission recommendation made by the committee will be implemented only after elections in five states: Uttar Pradesh, Uttarakhand, Punjab, Goa and Manipur. Central government employees, Railway Employee and State Government Employee can expect higher allowances only after five state election.
Justice A K Mathur, Chairman, 7th pay Commission recommended 14.27 per cent hike in basic pay, an increase in overall salary, allowances and pensions to be increased by 23.55 per cent. The increase in allowance will be higher by 63 per cent while pensions to rise by 24 per cent.
7th CPC committee had recommended of abolishing 51 allowances and subsuming 37 others out of 196 allowances.
Committee on Allowances finalize report on allowances in October 2016 but Government gave the extension till February 2017 because of cash crunch position.
After 5 state election government employee get higher allowance from that month only means with no arrears.
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