7th Pay commission has been working really hard this year. After putting in the regular effort, 7th Pay commission is still not able to push the decision of the Minimum pay hike for implementation. It has been months now that the 50 Lakh Central Government Employees and Pensioners are waiting for the implementation of the new Minimum Pay, and the wait still persists. As per the new media reports, the revision of salaries of Judges is going on in the Union Cabinet. Also, the reports have popped up in the media stating that this salary revision of Judges will become one of the reasons for the delay in the minimum pay hike for the Central Government Employees and Pensioners.
Government Delaying Implementation of 7th Pay Commission’s Minimum Pay Hike
Role of 7th Pay Commission to Recommend Minimum Pay hike has been carried out Successfully, it is the government authorities that are delaying the implementation of the Minimum Pay Hike. It was in the month of September when the approval for the increment of the minimum pay and Fitment Factor came through the government. It was said that NAC that is National Anomaly Committee will sit in the month of October to prepare the complete report on the 7th Pay recommendations regarding the Minimum Pay Hike demanded by the Central Government Employees.
Here is What 7th Pay Commission has Recommended
7th Pay commission has been working really well this year to present multiple changes in the financial department of the Government. Included in that recommendation was the Minimum Pay Hike from Rs. 18,000 to Rs. 21,000. Included in the recommended points was the increment of the Fitment Factor from 2.57 to 3. It has been two months now that the government has approved the recommendation of the minimum pay hike for the working Central government employees and Pensioners. When implemented these changes will bring joy to the faces of 50 Lakh Central Government employees and Pensioners. The dealy for 7th Pay commission is still estimated to persist as the official bodies are busy analyzing the salaries of Judges in India.
As per the latest words from the Finance Department, the final report from the NAC is going to be presented to the Union Cabinet by 1st December and the final implementation can be expected around April 2018. Now, after the reports came out of the analysis of Judges salaries, the date is expected to further delay. Let’s just hope that the government keeps up with its promises for the 7th Pay recommended Minimum Pay Hike.