7th Pay Commission: NAC meet on higher pay date, dharna against anti people govt begins

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7th Pay Commission: NAC meeting to be held in December, CG employee union hold protest | Oneindia

The National Anomaly Committee which was formed to look into the grievances following the 7th Pay Commission recommendations will now meet in December.

The meeting scheduled for October was postponed indefinitely due to the elections, sources say. It is now confirmed that the meeting of the NAC to look into the hike in basic minimum pay will now be held in December.

When will NAC meet be held

When will NAC meet be held

All Central Government employees were hoping that the NAC meet would be held in October. However the meet got postponed owing the elections. Sources now say that the NAC will definitely meet in December. The meeting is set to take place after December 19 as the proposal has to be submitted by January.

Unhappy CG employees go on dharna

Unhappy CG employees go on dharna

10 Central Trade Unions have begun a dharna outside the Parliament. The relay dharna which begins Thursday will go on till Saturday. The employees are upset with the pathetic attitude of the government which has delayed looking into their demands. The employees have demanded that their 12 point charter of demands be met immediately. They have been demanding minimum wage hike, social security among other issues.

Prepare for a nation wide strike

Prepare for a nation wide strike

The dharna would be for three days. However if the government still fails to cater to their demands, then the employees would call for a nation wide agitation. Prepare for indefinite countrywide strike action against the anti people, anti national activities of the government, a statement read.

7th Pay Commission, most anti employee ever

7th Pay Commission, most anti employee ever

The unions have said that the 7th Pay Commission is the most anti employee. To make matters worse, the government too has been dragging its feet on the issue. The inordinate delay in hiking the basic minimum pay has led to a lot of mental stress and trauma.

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