7th Pay Commission: Good news for government employees, after Diwali 2.18 lakh rupees will be credited in account!

7th Pay Commission: The central government is showering bonus on the central employees, according to the 7th Pay Commission. The Central Government has handed its employees another another significant present after boosting the Dearness Allowance by 4% starting at Diwali. The Central Government has decided to enhance the Central Employees’ Travel Allowance, or TA. The central government’s declaration appears to have made all of the employees quite delighted.

The central government can pay its employees and pensioners 18 months of DA arrears after Diwali, according to press reports. After Diwali, the central government is expected to make a significant announcement on the arrears of central employees. There is pressure on employee organisations’ DA arrears.

It is important to note that the government is constantly under pressure from the employee organisations on DA arrears. The National Council’s Secretary (Staff Side), Shiv Gopal Mishra, reportedly sent a letter to the Cabinet Secretary and the President of the National Council on August 18, 2022, requesting payment of arrears for dearness allowance and dearness relief for a year and a half.

In a letter to the Cabinet Secretary, Shiv Gopal Mishra

Shiv Gopal Mishra, according to the information, referred to the Supreme Court’s decision dated 8 February 2021 in a letter to the Cabinet Secretary, in which the Supreme Court stated that due to the economic crisis, the employees’ salaries and pensions could be immediately stopped, but they would need to be given back to them when things get better. The employees have the right to do this. As required by law, payment must be made.

The 18-month arrears have been frozen by the government.

Let us inform you that, as of July 2021, the central government had enhanced the dearness allowance by 11%. After then, the dearness allowance was tripled. The overall dearness allowance was 38%. However, there was no discussion of DA arrears following a one and a half year freeze. The government has said categorically that the dearness allowance was frozen during the Corona incident. Arrears are therefore not an option.

The maximum benefit for employees is Rs. 2,18,200.

A conservative estimate indicates that Level-1 employees’ DA arrears range from Rs 11,880 to Rs 37,554. Employees at Level-13 (7th CPC Basic Pay Scale of Rs 1,23,100 to Rs 2,15,900) or Level-14 are entitled to DA ranging from Rs 1,44,200 to Rs 2,18,200. (Pay Scale). For employees of different grades, the amount of arrears will vary.

Government raises DA to enhance living standards

In actuality, retirees, public sector workers, and government employees receive dearness allowance and dearness relief. The purpose of DA is to enhance the living circumstances of government employees. Government personnel, those working in the public sector, and retirees receive it. It is being given because it is important to sustain the employees’ level of life despite rising inflation.

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