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    Sunday, 31 January 2016

    RECOMMENDATIONS OF THE SEVENTH PAY COMMISSION IS LIKELY TO BE DELAYED TILL THE MONTHS OF JUNE-JULY

    Seventh Pay Commission: Salary hike delayed by Centre till OROP implementation, reveals sources

    The 7th Pay Commission will also add an additional burden of Rs 1.02 crore on the financial year of 2016-17. To ascertain the practicality of some of the recommendations, Centre has also formed a 13-member Committee of Secretaries (CoS) to review the recommendations.

    New Delhi, Jan 31: In what comes to be disappointing news for government employees, the much-awaited salary hike based on the recommendations of the Seventh Pay Commission is likely to be delayed till the months of June-July. Centre is likely to implement the populist report of the commission only after the One Rank One Pension (OROP) scheme is put into action.

    Though OROP was rolled out in November, its implementation is delayed since the army veterans have demanded a number of modifications in the scheme proposed by the Centre. By indoctrinating the demands of ex-servicemen, the burden on the economy is bound to increase by manifold.

    The 7th Pay Commission will also add an additional burden of Rs 1.02 crore on the financial year of 2016-17. To ascertain the practicality of some of the recommendations, Centre has also formed a 13-member Committee of Secretaries (CoS) to review the report of the Commission.

    The commission headed by Justice A K Mathur had submitted its report in November recommending a pay hike of 23.55 per cent. It suggests 16 per cent increase in basic payment, whereas a 64 per cent increment in allowances. Nearly 48 lakh employees and 52 lakh pensioners would be the beneficiaries of the Pay Commission report.

    The first meeting of CoS to review the commission’s report is scheduled on February 2. There is a high possibility that a number of points made in the report may be amended or struck off by the empowered committee. Read at:- india

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