New Delhi, June 27: It looks like Central Government employees will get good news regarding their 'salary increment' under Seventh Pay Commission scheme soon. Reportedly, the Union cabinet will take up the recommendations of 7th CPC on Wednesday (June 29).
Media reports say that Prime Minister Narendra Modi has directed Finance Ministry to speed up the whole process and place Empowered Group of Secretaries' recommendations in next Cabinet meet.
It is being said that Central government will get 15-20 increment on their basic salary.
This development has come to fore at a time when there is huge suspence over implementation of 7th CPC. Earlier reports said that govt may delay 'salry increment' in the wake of volatility in the markets following after Britain's decision to pull out the European Union.
Modi Government needs Rs 1.02 cr to implement Seventh Pay Commission. It will take into effect from January, 2016.