7th pay commission has been really busy this year. Pay Commission have been handling the salaries of the Central government employees and pensioners since the independence. According to the last year updates, Seventh Pay Commission has brought many changes in the salary and pension structure of the country and its recommendation to increase the minimum pay hike has been under process.
It has been months now when the 7th Pay commission recommended the minimum pay hike to the government. There has been word around that the government is planning on dismissing the 7th Pay commission recommendation regarding the increment in the minimum pay for the CG employees and pensioners.
Minimum Pay Hike Under 7th Pay commission, Government Still In A Fix
There is a continuous debate going on within the government in relation to the minimum pay hike suggested by the 7th Pay commission. The fluctuating verdicts of the government have fueled the disappointment among the government employees and pensioners. A few months back, 7th Pay commission has recommended the Union cabinet to increment the minimum pay hike from Rs. 18,000 to Rs. 21,000 along with the Fitment factor from 2.67 to 3.00. The mixed signals from the government are creating a state of impatience among the 50 Lakh Central Government employees and pensioners.
No Minimum Pay Hike Under 7th Pay commission, Threat to Strike Prevails among the CG Employees
It has come to light that the fluctuating statements from the government regarding the minimum pay hike suggested by 7th Pay commission have fueled anger among the employees. Recently, some sources hinted that the employees including the civil as well as defense have planned to sit on the Strike for the indefinite time period. As the government has currently pointed that there might be no minimum pay hike the anger of the waiting civil and defense employees have spiked up.
The threat of strike prevails among the central government employees and the government has still not decided on the matter. There has been news all over that there might be no chance of increasing the minimum pay hike under 7th Pay commission. The disappointment among the 50 Lakh central government employees has now fueled the threat of a strike.
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