Pay Commission will submit its report by the end of September – Justice A.K.Mathur

The Chairman,7th Pay Commission Shri. A.K.Mathur has said yesterday in an interview to the News Agency that Pay Commission Report would be submitted by Next Month.

“The Commission will submit its report by the end of September” Justice Mathur told the News Agency.

For the past One Week there was a news in Media that 7th Commission sought extension for one month to submit the Report. Now it was confirmed officially by seventh Pay Commission yesterday. However the Chairman has not revealed anything more about recommendation on Pay Hike.

After the Medium-Term Expenditure Framework Statement tabled in Parliament, FM told that the salary outgo of central government employees will go up by 15 % if 7th Pay Commission recommendation is implemented. It indicates that only 15 to 16 % increase of Pay hike would be recommended by Pay Commission. When Unions were asked about this, though they were upset with this statement of FM, the federation sources maintained silence. They are busy with their activities for proposed one day strike action called on 2nd September to make it successful.

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4 thoughts on “Pay Commission will submit its report by the end of September – Justice A.K.Mathur”

  1. Govt servants should also get exemption from paying any income-tax on dearness allowance which is basically compensatory in nature and in fact only partly neutralises the loss in effective value of pay which continues to therefore become less and less.Similarly gratuity is actually becoming less and less with each pay commission:when apex level became Rs 8000/ fixed the maximum sealing was Rs3,50,000/ however when apex level became Rs 80000/ fixed it was not made Rs 35 lakh. Govt has been regularly cheating govt servants.

  2. The Govt. should show the minimum curtsey to CG employees for implement 7thCPC in a GOOD manner, Present salary position not fulfilling RAISING the PRICES, at least 40 to 50 % hike required in India present scenario.,

  3. Ram Avtar Parashar

    it means that the overall increase will be around 33% of the basic (band pay + grade pay). new pay will be equal to approximately (x+119x%)115% or 132.85x% where x = band pay + grade pay as on 31.12.2015.
    Going by this logic the fitment formula works out to be 2.52.

  4. sankar prasad mukherjee

    Central govt. employees are waiting anxiously for the 7th cpc report.

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