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Government Employees Rejoice, Arrears Decision on 7th Pay Commission Announced, Details Here

Find out the most recent information regarding government employee arrears following the ruling of the 7th Pay Commission. Find out what your potential remuneration is, and keep up with any changes to employee benefits.

7th Pay Commission: The Chhattisgarh government has offered workers more good news after raising the dearness allowance. The state government has deposited arrears from the Seventh Pay Commission into the accounts of government employees. The final payment will be made to the employees upon receipt of these arrears.

Government Issues Directive for Final Installment

The government just issued the directive pertaining to the final installment. The State Government’s Finance Department has paid the final installment of the seventh pay scale, which amounts to around Rs 500 crore, to government officers and employees after getting the order from the government.

Each government employee will receive an average of Rs 10 to 15 thousand when arrears are paid. The employees received this installment between April and June of 2017. Government workers might then have to wait from April 5 to April 7 to receive their March salaries, though. In actuality, the salary is being delayed as a result of moving forward with this process following the government’s directive. On the other hand, bills for the remaining salary are to be prepared and sent to the government treasury.

Implementation of Seventh Pay Commission in Chhattisgarh

Let us inform you that on January 1, 2016, the state of Chhattisgarh began implementing the Seventh Pay Commission. The announcement about this, nevertheless, came later. Therefore, it was stated that 18 installments will be used to pay the arrears from January 1, 2016, to June 30, 2017.

The government is currently paying these debts in several payments. Let us inform you that during the Covid epidemic, the Central Government halted the DA hike for Central employees. In this sense, government workers continue to insist on receiving their back wages.

Announcement of DA Hike by Chief Minister Vishnu Dev Sai

Chief Minister of Chhattisgarh Vishnu Dev Sai had declared in March that state government officials would receive a 4% rise in Dearness Allowance (DA). The government gave it their blessing prior to the next Lok Sabha elections. The DA of state government workers has climbed to 50% as a result of this increase. The employees will get arrears for the months of January and February after it becomes effective on January 1.

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