7th Pay Commission: Government to dream increase in salary
New Delhi: The Modi government is working on the strategy of transforming the dream of employees of Central Government into reality to help lower level employees of salary matrix level 1 to 5.
On condition of anonymity, an official of the Finance Ministry said that the government is committed to the increment of the Central Government employees and there is a possibility of changing the lives of the employees in a better condition.
He said that the announcement of Finance Minister Arun Jaitley for the increase in salary of employees of the level below the recommendations of the 7th Pay Commission was made shortly after the approval of the Cabinet of Ministers of Pay Panel. Jaitley reiterated his commitment to the Rajya Sabha on July 19, 2016
The official said that the government increased the minimum wage to Rs 18,000 and the maximum salary from 2.5 lakh rupees with 2.57 times the basic pay of the Sixth Pay Commission, which is different depending on the salary ratio, according to the 6th Pay Commission , But the government is thinking of creating a pay gap between the pay scale through the increments of low-paid employees and employees, who are earning salary matrix level 1 to 5 Yes.
The official said that the government is legally binding on the implementation of the implementation of implementation of FM Jaitley in the Parliament for hiking on July 19, 2016, hence the salary increase beyond the recommendations of the 7th Pay Commission for lower level employees Will apply from.