7th Pay Commission Report not final, recommendations likely to be revised
The proposed recommendations of 7th Pay Commission is likely to be revised, said Defence minister Manohar Parrikar.
While replying to a question on recommendations for armed forces in seventh pay commission, Parrikar said, “The Seventh Pay Commission are in the form of recommendations. I do not think they (recommendations) will remain. I do not consider them as finalities. I have flagged them and will flag them properly at the right level.”
“The concerns raised by the armed forces would be taken up by the commission, said Parrikar in an interview with India Today.
The Defence Ministry earlier sought a fresh analysis of the concerns raised by the Army, Navy and the Air force- over the recommendations of the seventh pay commission.
The commission is likely to revise the pay structure for the central government employees before submitting it to Finance Minister Arun Jaitley. The report is to be submitted in June.
The Centre, in January this year, had set up a high-powered panel headed by Cabinet Secretary P K Sinha to process the recommendations of the 7th Pay Commission which will have bearing on the remuneration of 47 lakh central government employees and 52 lakh pensioners.
Courtesy : OneIndia News
Sukhdev Singh says
A good step by the Honourable Defence Minister towards Defece
G c nagesh says
,at least 40% shd be enhanced at par 6 th CPC recommendations.
G S subramanian says
Minimum pay should be fixed as Rs24000.HRA should be 10;20;&30.MACP time gap should be 7;14;21;28&33.
sharama ouv says
shri subramanian s above demand is resonable and to be implmented.funaral grant to be extended to all employees and non recovarable