7th Pay commission has been really busy this year to make changes in the financial department of the India. Currently, the issue of minimum pay hike and Fitment Factor has been raised by the 7th Pay commission in front of the Modi Sarkar. As per the previous media reports, Modi Sarkar and the Union Cabinet has waved the green signal for the increment of the minimum pay hike from Rs. 18,000 to Rs. 21,000. Also, the increase in the Fitment Factor was approved to rise from 2.6 to 3. But now with loads of confusion piling on to this matter, the 50 Lakh employees who are waiting for the raise desperately are turning soar.
NAC Report in Favor of 7th Pay Commission’s Recommended Increment or Not?
If one goes by the previous announcements, NAC that is National Anomaly Committee was supposed to meet in the month of October. The prominent cause of confusion on this matter was the improper line of action. When the union cabinet has passed the 7th PAy commission recommendation on the matter of increasing the minimum pay and Fitment factor, then what is the NAC doing delaying the meeting? This question has been bothering the 50 Lakh central government employees as well as pensioners who are not getting any clarity over the matter.
Central government employees have been demanding the hike of minimum pay from Rs. 18,000 to Rs. 26,000, although the 7th Pay commission recommendation settled to the Hike up to Rs. 21,000 only again causing confusion among the government employees. This confusion persists with no updates from the government.
According to several media sources, the wait for the Minimum Pay Hike is going to last for next financial year. This is the reason why the central government employees have been getting furious with the government. In this whole matter, the moment of relief for the central government employees is the government’s approval over the minimum pay hike and the ongoing process.
According to the 7th Pay commissions recommendation, the government has been working to increase the minimum pay from Rs. 18,000 to Rs. 21,000 and Fitment Factor from 2.57 to 3. These changes are expected to come in the next financial year.
The waiting Still persists on the government’s action regarding the approved 7th Pay Commission Recommendation of incrementing minimum pay and Fitment Factor for all the working Central government employees and Pensioners.