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Discussions are going on for a long time about the 8th Pay Commission. With which some or the other update keeps coming every day, but recently an update has come from the government regarding the Eighth Pay Commission, under which the government has made it clear whether the Eighth Pay Commission will come or not.
Discussions are going on for a long time about the 8th Pay Commission. Media reports keep coming out regarding these, but whether it would be implemented or not, there was doubt about it. But now a new update has come in this regard from the Modi government. In this, the government has made it clear that the Eighth Pay Commission is not going to come.
Minister of State for Finance replied in the Parliament-
According to the media report, any such claim has been termed as baseless by the Central Government, in which the 8th Amendment in the salary, allowances and pension of Central Govt Employees and Pensioners There is talk of bringing the Central Pay Commission. Union Minister of State for Finance Pankaj Chowdhary said in a written reply to a question in Parliament that no such proposal is under consideration with the government.
The government rejected
According to media reports, Minister of State for Finance Pankaj Chowdhary was asked whether it is true that the government is considering implementing the 8th Pay Commission to revise the salaries, allowances and pensions of central government employees and pensioners. On this it was said by the government that it is not going to come.
This formula can be used-
The Union Minister of State for Finance said that it has been suggested that there should be changes in the pay-matrix from time to time and for this there would be no need for the next pay commission. In such a situation, it can be reviewed and amended on the basis of the Ackroyd formula, which can make changes keeping in mind the prices of goods needed by the common man.
Increase in DA will be possible-
Due to rising inflation, it was expected that in the beginning of August, central government employees and pensioners can increase DA (Dearness Allowance) and DR (Dearness Relief) by up to 4 percent. However, a decision has not been taken on this yet. If the government increases the DA, then there will be a huge increase in the salary of central employees.