7pay babte vit matralay ka taja byan

The recommendations of the Seventh Pay Commission have come into effect from January 1, 2016. Central employees protested against the incidents, three committees were constituted to interact with the government.

New Delhi: The Central Government had accepted the 7th Pay Commission on June 29 last year and announced that this increment will be effective from January 1, 2016. However, with the implementation of the Pay Commission (7th CPC) report, the central employees protested against the discrepancies related to it and formed three committees to interact with the government. One of these committee had issues related to allowances. This committee has submitted its report to the Union Finance Minister.

The Finance Ministry has issued a statement in this regard.
Full statement issued by the Finance Ministry -
Under the chairmanship of Secretary (Expenditure) Ashok Lavasa, the committee constituted on the perks has recently submitted its report to the Union Finance Minister Arun Jaitley. Now the report will be placed before the Empowered Committee of the Secretaries so that appropriate proposals may be prepared for the approval of the Cabinet.

In order to look into the recommendations presented on the perks by the 7th CPC Central Pay Commission (7thCPC), the committee constituted on behalf of the Finance Ministry of the Indian Government submitted its report to the Union Finance Minister Arun Jaitley. Ashok Lavasa was the Secretary of Finance and Secretary (Expenditure) Ashok Lavasa in the Ministry of Finance of the Government of India and Chairman, Home, Defense, Health and Family Welfare, Personnel and Training and Postal Secretary and Chairman of Railway Board were its members while Joint Secretary (Implementation) The Cell) was its member secretary.
The Committee was constituted keeping in mind the approval given by the Union Cabinet on June 29, 2016, to the recommendations made by the Seventh Pay Commission on pay, pension and related issues.

In view of the huge changes made in the structure of allowances by the Seventh Pay Commission and in view of the fears expressed by various ministries / departments along with the numerous memorandums submitted by various organizations of the employees, the decision to constitute this committee was taken. The Seventh Central Pay Commission recommended that 52 out of a total of 196 allowances should be completely abolished and their merger would be done in other allowances by eliminating the separate identity of 36 allowances.

On the recommendations presented by the Seventh Pay Commission on perks, the committee has noticed all the memorandums received from various stakeholders. The demand letters for memorandums and modifications regarding 70 allowances were received, on which the committee has discussed in detail. In doing so, the committee interacted with the representatives of the National Council's Standing Committee (Employees Party), the Joint Consultant Machinery (JCM) and representatives of the various staff organizations of the Railways, postal workers, doctors, nurses and representatives of the Department of Atomic Energy. Besides this, the

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