7th Pay Commission: Minimum pay hike can be expected soon
New Delhi/Bhubaneswar: Is good news on the cards for lakhs of Central government employees? Will the NDA government increase the minimum pay of the employees? When will the Centre fulfill the demand of the 50 lakh employees? Of course, these questions are in the mind of all and rumours have been making the rounds since the government was urged to hike the minimum pay.
However, the government is yet to come up with something that can being cheers for the CG employees. But…If media reports are to be believed, the government may announce something related to the pay hike on August 15.
It is also believed by experts that the implementation of 7th Pay Commission is one of the factors that is driving India’s economic growth under the NArendra Modi-led BJP government.
To encapsulate, nothing can be said as of now as the government is yet make any official announcement in this regard.
CG Employees Demand
The government employees have been demanding a hike the minimum pay from the present Rs 18,000 to Rs 26,000- an increase in the fitment factor 3.68 times from the existing 2.57 times.
The employees are of the view that the there will be no change in their financial position until and unless the government hike the minimum pay as the recommendation of the 7th Pay Commission was enough in this regard.