If media reports are to be believed, then in view of the displeasure of the employees, the central government can solve it by finding a middle way in the beginning of the year 2023 itself.
7th Pay Commission: There is good news for 1 crore central government employees and pensioners. The latest update has come out on the outstanding DA arrears of 18 months. It is reported that after the growing displeasure of the employees and the information given in the House, the Modi government at the Center may consider this in the new year and resolve the matter. Since the DA of 18 months is calculated, it can reach from thousands of rupees to lakhs of rupees, which the employees are demanding, although it is not decided yet how long this decision will be taken.
In fact, central employees have arrears of DA from July 2020 to January 2021, 2 years ago during the Corona period, dearness allowance / dearness relief of 48 lakh central employees and 64 lakh pensioners was banned, which they have been waiting for a long time. Raising demands and preparing for agitation. If media reports are to be believed, in view of the displeasure of the employees, the central government can solve it by finding a middle way in the beginning of the year 2023 itself and can announce a lump sum amount. If this happens then up to Rs 2.18 lakh can come in the account of the employees.
Union Minister’s statement
After the issue of arrears of 18 months once again raised in the Rajya Sabha during the Question Hour, the Central Government once again replied that why the arrears of the employees have not been released? Union Minister of State for Finance Pankaj Chaudhary said that the Central Government has decided not to release the 3rd installment of Dearness Allowance due to the Corona epidemic, the government is facing financial crisis due to the lockdown, investment in various welfare schemes by the government was done. Due to these reasons the money was not released by the government.
Big meeting of organizations in January
According to the media reports, after the information given by the Central Government in the Rajya Sabha, now the Central Employees Union has decided to convene an important meeting in Delhi on January 7 next month, in which the strategy of the movement will be decided. All India Defense Employees Federation ‘AIDEF’ General Secretary and member of ‘Staff Side’ National Council (JCM) C. Sreekumar says that on the one hand the Finance Minister claims that the country’s economy is better and on the other hand citing the economy The arrears are stopped. , Invitations have been sent to all the employee organizations including the Bharatiya Mazdoor Sangh for the meeting in Delhi on 7th January. After this, further strategy will be decided.
Arrears will be made from 11000 to 2 lakhs
- Central employees have arrears of DA from July 2020 to January 2021.
- It is estimated that the total amount of arrears is around Rs 34,000 crore, which has saved the central government.
- It is expected that Level-1 employees will get Rs.11,880 to Rs.37,554, Level-13 (7TH CPC Basic Pay-Scale Rs.1,23,100 to Rs.2,15,900) and Level-14 (Pay-Scale) from Rs.1,44,200. There is an arrear of Rs.2,18,200.