7th Pay Commission: In the year 2023, once again the dearness allowance of central employees can be increased. Central employees are getting 38 percent dearness allowance from July 2022. Now the next revision is to be in January 2023.
New Delhi: 7th Pay Commission: In the year 2023, central employees can get great news. In fact, once again in the year 2023, the dearness allowance of central employees can be increased. Central employees are getting 38 percent dearness allowance from July 2022. Now the next revision is to be in January 2023. Its figures have started coming.
DA Hike may happen in January
The dearness allowance figures from July to September have come. At the end of November, the number of October will also come. It is clear from this that there can be an increase of 4 percent in the dearness allowance next time also.
Last month, there was a decrease in retail and wholesale inflation. But, global inflation still remains very high. Its effect may still be there. In such a situation, there is only hope of increase in dearness allowance. According to the figures that are being seen so far, it can be a DA Hike of up to 4 percent. If there is an increase of 4 percent in January also, then the dearness allowance will reach 42 percent.
This much will happen DA Hike
Central employees will get the gift of dearness allowance in the year 2023. According to the news, the increase in dearness allowance will be announced in March 2023 around Holi. If the dearness allowance is increased by 4 per cent, then after the increase the dearness allowance will reach 42 per cent. Due to which there will be a total increase of Rs 720 per month on the minimum basic salary.
Whereas, for the maximum salary range, this increase will be at the rate of Rs 2276 per month. Actually, the Labor Ministry has released the figures of All India Consumer Price Index-Industrial Workers (AICPI). This figure has been at 131.2 in September. There has been a total increase of 2.1 percent in the AICPI index till September 2022 as compared to June. Compared to August last month, there is a jump of 1.1 percent.