Wednesday, August 24, 2016

7th CPC : Committee on allowances invites employees union on 1st September

The Committee of Secretaries headed by Finance Secretary reviewing the recommendations of the 7th Pay Commission, is going to have  the second meeting on September 
In order to get a first-hand view on the demand of the Central government employees, the Committee of Secretaries has invited the representatives of National Joint Council of Action for talks. "... the Committee on Allowances has desired to meet the representatives of National Joint Council of Action in the aforesaid meeting to obtain their views on the recommendations of 7th Central Pay Commission relating to allowances", said the letter from Finance Ministry addressed to Shiv Gopal Mishra, Secretary, NJCA.

In view of the strong protest staged by the representatives of Employee Associations and other stakeholders, government decided that recommendations on allowances, other than Dearness Allowance, will be examined by a Committee comprising Finance Secretary as Chairman and Secretaries of Home Affairs, Defence, Health and Family Welfare, Personnel & Training, Posts and Chairman, Railway Board as Members before taking a final decision. 
To the disappointment of government employees, the Justice A K Mathur panel had recommended abolition of 51 allowances and subsuming 37 others.
The Committee was to submit its report within four months. This Committee has been constituted on 22.07.2016 and the first meeting of the Committee has been held on 04.08.2016.

12 comments :

Poonam Patel said...

7th Pay Commission is the most awaited but BJP government failed to deliver promised hike.

Anonymous said...

Empowered committee-7 months gone,Then......,Now Allowance committee,High power committee(Two months already gone and nobody knows about its formal constitution)....Let us stop dreaming.Nothing positive is going to happen.Be satisfied with what we get and work for the Nation.But it is a fact that CG Employees were never so desperate as this time.

Anonymous said...

This govt will give nothing except assurance

Anonymous said...

sab drama kar rahe hai govt. aur union leader.

Anonymous said...

Exactly Bjp govt is dramebaj and arrogant both

sudhakaran kuttipuzha said...

Let us wait for another pay commission to come after 10 years !

Unknown said...

Kaam kush karna ne paisa chayea .. Mai khud govt employee hu mai khud ye manta hu teachers ko jo salary milte hai wo bhi jyda hai ... India me logo ko bas apna matlab pura hona chayea desh faad me chaye esliye ye haal hai aj india ka

Anonymous said...

If it gov. Employee,never vote to bjp

Anonymous said...

Bahoot jaldi samaj mae aa gaya

Anonymous said...

Jai Jai Shivgopal Mishra.He cleverly withdrawn the strike at a moment quoting silly reasons, when each and every employee including those of his own department were in all mood with the support of the left and Congress.Three days before this,he repeatedly made a propaganda that the strike will happen and not to believe in "rumours".And we experienced that the "rumours" were correct.

Anonymous said...

In 2014 also,when more than 95% of the railway employees voted for participation in the strike in a strike ballot,these railway leaders rejected that.Then, what was the need for a strike ballot?How dare these leaders to withdraw strike rejecting the decision of such a majority of workers?his strike ballot seems to be similar to the "Empowered" committee------Simply constitute and never mind it.

Anonymous said...

shiv gopalji Mishra &co is making fool to employees.They want only to retain their leadership at the cost of employees welfare

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