The constitution of 8th Central Pay Commission – Official statement from the Central Minister!! It was expected that the announcement about the Dearness Allowance hike for the central government employees and pensioners is likely to come out after the cabinet meeting. Meanwhile, it has been reported that the 8th Pay Commission will be implemented instead of the 7th Pay Commission which determines the wages and allowances of the central government employees. Till now Central Government employees are getting 34 percent dearness allowance under 7th Pay Commission.
Now Minister of State for Finance Shri Pankaj Chaudhary has given a written reply to the question which was raised in the Cabinet meeting from the Department of Expenditure in Union Ministry of Finance regarding the 8th Pay Commission. According to the questions raised in the meeting that, is it true that the government is considering not setting up the 8th Central Pay Commission (CPC) to revise the salaries, allowances and pensions of central government employees and pensioners? If so, what are its details and reasons?
Is it also true that the 7th CPC has recommended the government should review the salaries, allowances and pension of employees and pensioners every year instead of forming a new pay commission after ten years?. Following this the Minister Pankaj Chaudhary while responding to this, the government doesn’t consider to not setting up the 8th Central Pay Commission (CPC) and instead of waiting for ten years, the matrix can be reviewed periodically. Similarly, when asked about the reasons for not implementing the recommendations of the 7th CPC so far, he said that the issue was not considered by the Union Cabinet.
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