As far as the journey of the 7th Pay commission goes, there have been many changes that have been defined in the salaries of the government employees in past year. After raising the minimum pay to Rs. 18,000 on the recommendation of seventh pay commission, the employees have demanded to increase the salaries from Rs. 18,000 to Rs. 26,000. Despite the demands of the employees 7th CPC recommended the government to increase the salary of the CG employees to Rs. 21,000.
After a long debate on the pay hike, the government is still incapable of providing the minimum pay hike to the government employees. Also, the word has come out that the government is planning to demolish the entire pay commission system for salary revision.
Mr. Arun Jaitley Soon to Confirm the End of Pay Commission After 7th Pay Commission
Although the rumors have spread that the government is planning to demolish the Pay commission system that was operating since the independence of the country. This is till date just a rumor as no one from the government has confirmed the news. Also, according to the speculations, the department of expenditure will be given the responsibility of revising the salaries of the government employees.
Also, the news claim that soon the employees will not have to wait for the hike for 10 long years and the revisions of salary structure will be carried out annually on the basis of the DA that is dearness allowance.
The word has been spread that the Finance Minister of India, Mr. Arun Jaitley is planning to announce the final decision on this matter soon. Although there has not been any confirmation regarding the matter still many of us have assumed the coming change.
Since 2016 the country has been going through many financial changes and the decisions from Modi Sarkar has been framing a new financial milestone for India. Let us see whether the Modi Sarkar will Demolish the Pay Commission System this year and make another big change. This change will definitely affect the complete salary revision process of the country and will definitely put additional pressure on the Department of Expenditure.
Source – OdishTV