7th Pay Commission: Euphoric Modi government to give final nod to ‘Increment’; notification soon
As high voltage State Assembly polls have ended now, Government is all set to implement the recommendations of Seventh Pay Commission.
Reportedly, Modi Government which is euphoric after party’s victory in Assam and its good show in Kerala, looks in full mood to handover increased payout to Government staff anytime soon.
It is being believed that as model code of conduct is no longer a barrier in the way of implementing salary increment, Government could issue notification in the first week of June. Sources say that all the formalities regarding the implementation process will be done after a Cabinet meet which will be chaired by Prime Minister Narendra Modi soon. Read more: 7th Pay Commission: PMO orders early implementation of ‘increment’, wants ‘maximum payout’ for staff A website quoting Finance Ministry sources writes, “the BJP led central government is now in a pleasant mood, accordingly it may announce better pay package that recommended by Pay Commission to central government employees”. Reportedly, Modi Government will give 25-30 per cent increment to Central Government employees, Sources say that increment will be handed over in July while arrears from January till that date will be paid in August.
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