7th Pay Commission Good News For Govt Employees, State Hikes 7th Pay Commission DA For its Employees, Details Here

7th Pay Commission Good News For Govt Employees, State Hikes 7th Pay Commission DA For its Employees, Details Here

7th Pay Commission Good News For Govt Employees, State Hikes 7th Pay Commission DA For its Employees, Details Here

7th Pay Commission Good News For Govt Employees: The dearness allowance (DA) for government employees in Maharashtra has increased by 3%, according to a statement from the Chief Minister’s Office. It stated that the choice was made during a cabinet meeting presided over by Chief Minister Eknath Shinde. It stated that the new DA would take effect in August itself. According to the CMO statement, the dearness allowance has been increased to 34% of the basic pay.

17 lakh employees will get benefit

The decision to increase DA was taken in the cabinet meeting chaired by Chief Minister Eknath Shinde. The changes made in DA will be applicable from 1 August. According to the information given by the Chief Minister’s Office, after this increase, DA hike has been now 34% of the basic pay. The decision taken by the government will benefit 17 lakh employees.

GUJARAT: Bhupendra Patel, the chief minister of Gujarat, declared on Monday that the DA for public employees will increase by 3% and that the National Food Security Act’s welfare programmes would be expanded (NFSA). Speaking after raising the national flag at Modasa in the Aravalli district at a state-level event to commemorate the nation’s 76th Independence Day, Patel urged people to prioritise their sense of patriotism above all else.

He announced a retroactive January 1, 2022, three percent rise in the DA for Gujarat government employees under the 7th Pay Commission. The benefit will be given to almost 9.38 lakh state government employees, panchayat employees, and pensioners, he said. According to him, this will result in an annual financial burden increase for the state government of roughly 1,400 crore.

TRIPURA: On August 3, a proposal for a 5% DA increase for state government employees and retirees with effect from July 1 was approved by the cabinet of Tripura Chief Minister Manik Saha. The choice was made in advance of the northeastern state’s upcoming assembly election in March of the following year.

MP: On August 1, the Madhya Pradesh government announced an increase in the Dearness Allowance (DA) for the state’s more than 7.5 lakh public employees, bringing it to 34%. According to a statement from the chief minister, Shivraj Singh Chouhan, the increase will cost the exchequer an additional 625 crore.

“The government has agreed to increase the state employees’ DA to 34%, bringing them into line with the Central government. Over 7.5 lakh employees will gain from this, improving their lives, but it will cost the exchequer an additional 625 crore, according to Chouhan.

Chhattisgarh: Chhattisgarh government has also announced to increase dearness allowance by 6 %, giving good news to the employees of the state. After this decision, the government employees of Chhattisgarh will get 28 % dearness allowance. This will benefit 3.8 lakh employees. State government employees were taking the benefit of 22 % dearness allowance under the 7th Pay Commission and 174 % under the sixth pay commission.

Central Employees will soon get DA hike

On the other hand, Central government are also waiting for their DA hike by the government. The DA to be increased in July for central employees is due since then. It is to be noted that DA of central employees is increased twice a year. The DA for January was announced in March. At that time dearness allowance was increased from 31% to 34%. This time the dearness allowance for July is expected to jump by 4 %.

The basic salary is calculated by multiplying it by 2.57 which is in addition to allowances like Dearness Allowance (DA), Traveling Allowance (TA), House Rent Allowance (HRA). For instance, if a person’s basic salary is Rs 18,000, then his salary would be 18,000x 2.57= Rs 46,260 which will be without allowances.
(With Inputs From Agencies)

 

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