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7th Pay Commission: Why bad news for CG employees awaits this Diwali

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New Delhi, Sep 12: Ahead of the festivities, there are reports about good news on the 7th Pay Commission.

Several reports suggest that ahead of Diwali, the government may announce some perks for the Central Government employees. There are a couple of pending issues where the CG employees are concerned.

7th Pay Commission: No, DA increase, no pay hike, a dark Diwali for CG employees

The first is the pay hike and increase in fitment factor. The second is the much-awaited hike in Dearness Allowance by 5 per cent. The government has been under immense pressure to meet these two demands.

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While reports have claimed that both these announcements could be made ahead of Diwali, our sources tell us that as of now there is no such proposal on the cards. There has been no discussion on this issue and the only time the finance minister took up this matter was a day after being sworn in. She was only briefed about the pay panel and its updates.

While the issue relating a pay hike is completely ruled out, for now, CG employees would hope that the DA is hiked. In case the DA is hiked then the CG employees would get arrears for the months of July, August and September 2019. A hike of 5 per cent in H2-2019 DA is what is being expected.

The question is what the CG employees can expect ahead of Diwali. The pay hike beyond what the 7th Pay Commission had recommended is completely ruled out for now. They could, however, hope that the DA is hiked, but must also bear in mind that there has been no movement on this issue as of now.

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