7th Pay Commission | 50 Lakh Govt. Employees in India Disappointed – Here’s Why

Apart from the continuous efforts of the 7th Pay commission regarding the pay hike for the 50 Lakh Central Employees and pensioners, there has been no legal decision taken by the government yet. With the complete silence on the matter, all the govt. employees and pensioners are continuously getting disappointed with the 7th Pay commission and government.

It has been over two months since the news of increasing the basic pay has been released on the recommendations of the 7th Pay Commission and since then, there has been no news regarding this. Although, the words regarding the same have been passed every single day since then and the news is hitting the newsstand every-day, but there has been no confirmation on this news from the government.

The Decision on 7th Pay Commission Recommendation Still On Hold 

After a series of debates on the recommendation of the 7th Pay Commission, Central government has still proved itself incapable of implementing the pay hike for the central government employees. All the news flashes and verdicts went in vain when the government went completely silent on the matter of Minimum Pay Hike for the central government employees.

After the government claimed to increase the minimum pay hike from Rs. 18,000 to Rs. 21,000 under 7th Pay commission, the central government employees have been desperately waiting for the decision to be officially signed. The government is completely in silence after announcing that the decision regarding the minimum pay hike will be passed to the Union Cabinet.

A huge number of Central government employees and Pensioners are on wait in regards to the minimum pay hike that has been promised by the government, after the continuous efforts of the 7th Pay Commission.

Recently, the NAAC meeting was scheduled for the same purpose after Modi’s approval. This decision was taken in light of the continuous recommendations of 7th Pay commission to increase the minimum pay matrix for 50 Lakh Central government employees and Pensioners. After being in news for so long, still, there has been no official decision that has been taken by the government leaving all those 50 Lakh Central government employees and pensioners disappointment.

Source – Odhishatv

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