Good News: 7th pay Approved By Modi cabinet

Good News: 7th pay Approved By Modi cabinet
After waiting for a long time, the cadre of the Modi Cabinet has been sealed on the pension allowance to the Central employee. At the meeting of the Cabinet, the seventh pay scale has been approved for the proposed increase in salaries and pensions. The Central Government has approved the implementation of Seventh PayPal in June 2016. In the central budget, provision of Rs 84,933 crore as well as 2 months of financial year 2015-16 has been provided.
The central cabinet has decided to allow changes in wages, allowances and pensions, that this change will be implemented from January 1, 2016. It is noteworthy that the Central Government had implemented the recommendations of the Seventh Pay Commission on this date, and the burden of Rs 1.76 crore would have to be paid annually for central employees.
Apart from this, the central government has decided to maintain an old system of handicapped pension and not to adopt a new system of recommendation of seventh pay panel by demanding a large number of army personnel. The suggestion was made by Seventh PayPal. In fact, the army is also adopting a practice-oriented system for pensions and opposing the seventh pay scale slab-based system.
The Cabinet Committee on Economic Affairs (CCEA) has approved the proposal of the Cabinet Committee on Political Affairs, which has been approved by the Cabinet Committee on Economic Affairs for the year 2012-13.
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