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    GOVT DECISION ON 7TH CPC ALLOWANCES: RESTORING RATES OF HRA @ 10%, 20% AND 30% AND RESTORING 34 ALLOWANCES- WRONG STATEMENT BY NCJCM

    Govt Decision on 7th CPC Allowances: Restoring rates of HRA @ 10%, 20% and 30% and Restoring 34 Allowances- wrong Statement by NCJCM

    National Federation of Atomic Energy Employees
    NFAEE
    DEPARTMENT OF ATOMIC ENERGY

    Regn.No.17/9615
    Recognised by DAE vide DAE OM No. 8/1/2007 – IR&W/95 dated 13th June 2007
    NFAEE Office, Opp. NIYAMAK BHAVAN, Anusaktinagar, Mumbai 400 094

    Ref. No: nfaee/sg/17/112
    29.06.2017

    To

    Secretary Staff Side
    National Council (JCM)
    13 C Ferosha Road
    New Delhi 110001

    Sub: Government decision on Allowances - Reg

    Shri Shivgopal Mishra,

    When we seen the cabinet decision on allowances day before yesterday, naturally the employees were on upset mood as the Government came out with a minimal changes here and there.

    But when seen your press release in the capacity of Secretary Staff Side National Council JCM welcoming the decision taken by the Union Cabinet we all were really shocked.

    It is sorry to say that for substantiating your decision to welcome you have been told lies in your Press release. You mentioned that welcomed the decision of the Union Cabinet for“restoring rates of HRA @ 10%, 20% and 30% to the Central Government Employees covered from levels 1 to 3.”

    With all due respect NFAEE would like to mention here that your statement is not based on the facts and figure and just to misguide the 34 lakhs Central Government Employees. In fact out of the 120 stages of Levels 1 to 3 a meager of 15 stages (8 in the level 1, 5 in level 2 and 2 in level 3) only get more than 24%, 16% & 8% HRA that too not 30%, 20% & 10% as you claimed in the press release. Only those employees in the pay of Rs18000 as on 01.07.2017 shall get 30%, 20% and 8% as per the entitlement based on the categorization of the cities. Even an incumbent in the level 1 got an increment of 3% shall not eligible for 30%, 20% and 10% of HRA. It means the employees who joined in the level 1 after 1st January 2017 and having basic pay as Rs 1800 only will get 30%, 20% and 8# of HRA. Thus the number beneficiaries will not be even thousands, where the question of 7.5 lakhs employees gets the benefits? All others in the above said 15 stages of levels 1 to 3 will get HRA little more than 24%, 16% & 8% but less than 30%, 20% and 8%.

    The below given chart will expose your claim and will prove it is wrong:

    PAY MATRIX LEVEL 1 ( 1800 GP)
    STAGE IN PAY MATRIX
    PAY IN 7TH CPC PAY MATRIX
    HRA 24%
    HRA 16%
    HRA 8%
    1
    18000
    5400
    3600
    1800
    2
    18500
    5400
    3600
    1800
    3
    19100
    5400
    3600
    1800
    4
    19700
    5400
    3600
    1800
    5
    20300
    5400
    3600
    1800
    6
    20900
    5400
    3600
    1800
    7
    21500
    5400
    3600
    1800
    8
    22100
    5400
    3600
    1800
    9
    22800
    5472
    3648
    1824
    PAY MATRIX LEVEL 2 ( 1900 GP)
    STAGE IN PAY MATRIX
    PAY IN 7TH CPC PAY MATRIX
    HRA 24%
    HRA 16%
    HRA 8%
    1
    19900
    5400
    3600
    1800
    2
    20500
    5400
    3600
    1800
    3
    21100
    5400
    3600
    1800
    4
    21700
    5400
    3600
    1800
    5
    22400
    5400
    3600
    1800
    6
    23100
    5544
    3696
    1848
    PAY MATRIX LEVEL 3 ( 2000 GP)
    STAGE IN PAY MATRIX
    PAY IN 7TH CPC PAY MATRIX
    HRA 24%
    HRA 16%
    HRA 8%
    1
    21700
    5400
    3600
    1800
    2
    22400
    5400
    3600
    1800
    3
    23100
    5544
    3696
    1848

    Form the above chart it is crystal clear that those employees who joined in the service just 8 year before only entitled at a higher rate of HRA than 24%, 16% and 8% that too not 30%, 20% and 10% as you claimed in the Press Release. The above chart also showing that at the stage of 9, 6 and 3 of the Pay Matrix levels 1, 2 and 3 respectively the HRA shall be more than 5400, 3600 and 1800 based on 24%, 16% and 8%.

    Further you extended thanks to the Government for restoring 34 allowances.Whereas the Government Press release claimed that Government has decided not to abolish 12 of the 53 allowances which were recommended to be abolished by the 7th CPC and 3 of the 37 allowances recommended to be subsumed to continue as separate. When the Government them was not claiming that they have restored 12 of the 53 allowances abolished and 3 0f the 37 allowances recommended to subsumed has been restored. That means altogether 15 Allowances has been restored. Then from where the restoration of 34 Allowances came?

    Thus once again the NDA Government betrayed the entire Central Government Employees by denying the HRA at the existing rate of 30%/20%/10% with effect from 01.01.2016. They denied the existing rate as well as the arrears from 1st June 2016 by the decision to implement the revised rate from01.07.2017.

    The Government has not considered the suggestions by the staff side on various other Allowances and facilities and Government came up with cosmetic changes in the recommendations of the Pay Commission.

    Further the assurance given by the Cabinet Ministers regarding minimum Pay and Fitment Formula is also not considered by the Government till date.

    Even the only acceptable recommendation by the Pay Commission to regulate the pension who retired prior to 1st June 2016 which was accepted by the Government while issuing the notification in the year 2016 later it has been replaced the pension fixation formula by adopting new one which is not beneficiary to the pensioners.

    No decision on NPS has been taken to ensure minimum pension or other demands submitted by the Staff side.

    Under this circumstance National Federation of Atomic Energy Employees NFAEE feels the hurry burry shown by you to issue a press release without discussing either among the staff side members of the National Council (JCM) or with the NJCA leadership in which you happened to be the convener to welcome the Government strongly was not in the spirit of broader unity and to help the Government who failed to fulfill the wishes of the employees across the board.

    NFAEE strongly condemn this attitude of Secretary Staff Side, National Council (JCM) and demands to withdraw the press release and stand with the united work force of the Central Government Employees.

    Thanking you
    Yours sincerely,

    Sd/-
    (Jayaraj KV)
    Secretary General

    Source:-http://nfaeehq.blogspot.in/

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