Government Raises DA Allowances by 6% For Employees!!! 7th Pay Hikes Effective from August, 2022!!!

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Government Raises DA Allowances by 6 For Employees!!! 7th Pay Hikes Effective from August, 2022!!!
Government Raises DA Allowances by 6 For Employees!!! 7th Pay Hikes Effective from August, 2022!!!

Government Raises DA Allowances by 6% For Employees!!! 7th Pay Commission Hikes Effective from August, 2022.The dearness allowance (DA) for its employees has increased, the Chhattisgarh government announced on Tuesday. The DA was increased for employees under the 7th Pay Commission by 6% to 28% and for those under the 6th Pay Commission by 15% to 189%. An official statement states that the increases will take effect on August 1, 2022.

According to the notification, state government personnel have been receiving a 22.0% dearness allowance under the 7th Pay Commission and a 174.0% dearness allowance under the 6th Pay Commission from May 2022. The amended DA will be paid starting on August 1, 2022, according to the notification from the state government’s financial division.”The DA will be determined using basic pay. It will exclude individual and special allowances.

The amount would be rounded up to the higher rupee amount if the DA amount is 50 paise or more. Less than 50 paise will not be taxed. According to an official speaking to PTI, at least 3.8 lakh state government employees will benefit from the increase, which will cost the exchequer an additional Rs 2,160 crore annually.

A group of state government officers and employees went on a five-day strike last month to protest their demands, which included raising the house rent allowance and the daily living allowance. It had already said that it will resume its strike on August 22 in order to press its case.According to officials, Chief Minister BhupeshBaghel met with a team of the Chhattisgarh KaramchariAdhikariMahasangh (CAKM) on August 13 and agreed to raise the DA by 6%.

According to them, the chief minister had also promised to take into account the request for an increase in HRA based on the scale established by the 7th Pay Commission. State employees had requested 34 percent DA and HRA in accordance with the 7th Pay Commission scale, but neither of these demands had been met, according to CAKM’s regional convenor Kamal Verma, who claimed that the state employees were dissatisfied with the 6 percent raise. Even the 6% increase went into effect in August when it should have started in July 2020.

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