Monday, October 29, 2012

NMC demands new pay commission for central & state staff

Subhash Shastri, President National Mazdoor Conference (NMC)  on Sunday urged upon Prime Minister to constitute  7th Pay Commission as the DA has already touched 72 per cent and make announcement to this effect in forth coming winter session of  Parliament beginning from 22nd November 2012.
He also appealed to declare 7th Pay Commission as National Pay Commission so that its recommendations are simultaneously implemented for central staff and employees of the state Governments.
While recalling recommendation of Central 4th Pay Commission,  Shastri said that it also had recommended that in new Pay Commission should constituted as soon as DA crosses 50 percent of the basic pay/pension.
He also urged till the new Pay Commission is constituted and its recommendations implemented, 50 per cent DA be merged with  basic pay/pension and simultaneously  Interim Relief (IR) of 20 per cent of basic pay/pension be provided to centre and State Government employees and this be announced before Diwali festival.  He also reiterated  long pending demands for early redressal.
Among others who spoke on the occasion included  Rajan Babau, Rakesh Padha, Anil Singh Slathia, Ashok Khajuria, Sunil Kochr, Sham Lal Sharma, Bhupinder Singh, Mohan Lal Sharma, Barkat Ram, Vijay Bhagat, Dalip Bhagat, Surinder Kumar, Yog Raj, Mohd Shafi and social activist Ravi Razdan.


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