7th Pay commission has been struggling really hard this year to bring the change in the minimum pay hike for the 50 Lakh central government employees. After the news came that government is not considering to hike the minimum pay beyond the 7th Pay commission recommendation, employees union has planned to protest against the decision by going on the strike for indefinite time duration. This decision was fueled by the disappointment among the employees after the government decided to betray them on accounts of no minimum pay hike.
Government Rejects 7th Pay commission Recommendation | the Employee Union to Go on Strike
After the news came that government has no intention of increasing the minimum pay for the employees under 7th Pay commission, all those employees have gone bitter towards the decision. The employee union has decided to outrage their anger by going on strike for the indefinite time period. The word is also out stating that the Union cabinet is soon going to sit with NAC to discuss the report they have made. After the increment of the minimum pay hike in June, the government increased the minimum pay from Rs. 7000 to Rs. 18,000 and Fitment ration to 2.57. Since the increment, the employees have shown their dissatisfaction and have put forth the demands to rectify the incremented amount under 7th Pay commission.
As per the sources, the Union cabinet has sent 18 point document to NAC for analyzing and based on the report only the decision will be undertaken. These 18 points are from different aspects of concern that Union Cabinet is worried about. It has been said that NAC is going to present the full report to Union Cabinet this month.
There are many reliable sources that have come forth with the word that the government has no intention to increment the minimum pay and Fitment Factor further. This news has made 34 Lakh Civilian Employees and 14 Lakh Defence Employees angry. The Employee union has decided to reflect their anger towards the government by going on the indefinite Strike. According to the employee demands the minimum pay should be increased to Rs. 26,000 along with Fitment Factor increment to 3.68, but the government might give a thought to the 7th Pay commission recommended numbers. As per the 7th Pay commission recommendations, the minimum pay hike is expected to rise from Rs. 18,000 to Rs. 21,000.
Let’s see What NAC report comes up with and how this 7th Pay Commission’s struggle ends.
Source – Zeebiz