Chandigarh, Nov 18 (UNI) Haryana Chief Minister Bhupinder Singh Hooda said here today that the recommendations of the sixth pay commission would be implemented only after disposing of pending applications regarding anomalies in pay scales.
The State Government would take steps on recommendations of the sixth pay commission for the State Government employees, soon after getting report from the committee headed by Chief Secretary Dharam Vir regarding its implementation, he said.
Saying that he expected Dharam Vir committe report soon, Mr Hooda said that the Government was dealing with about 225 pending applications regarding anomalies in pay scales and the implementation would take place only after these were sorted out.
The Chief Minister was replying to the questions of media persons shortly after dedicating the newly set up Media Centre at eighth floor of Haryana Civil Secretariat here today.
In reply to a question regarding the report to be given by the committee constituted under the chairmanship of Agriculture Minister H.S Chatha regarding setting up of separate Sikh Gurdwara Prabandhak Committee in Haryana, the Chief Minister said that the report was still awaited.
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