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7th pay minimum salary arears will not get shocking for all

7th pay minimum salary arears will not get shocking for all

New Delhi: The Finance Ministry officials associated with the highest wage process told the Sen Times on the condition of anonymity that the government has decided that the employees of Central Government do not pay Rs 18,000 to 21,000 on the highest minimum dues Will be done
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FM Arun Jaitley is pleased to increase the minimum wage to Rs 21,000.
He said, "Finance Minister Arun Jaitley is very happy with 2.57 times the increase of the factor factor by 3.00 times the minimum wage of Rs 21,000, will be paid from January next year."
"This is a significant payment for the financial impact of central government employees, but employees will not be given any dues on higher minimum wages and Finance Minister Arun Jaitley will give this place to the cabinet in January next year."



The employees of the lowest earning Central Government get salary of 7,000 rupees per month on the recommendation of the 7th Pay Commission and 7,000 rupees are received under the recommendation of 6th Pay Commission, while the maximum salary.
All Pay Commission except the 7th Pay Commission made the difference between the low paid employees and the top officials of the second pay commission, 1:41 ratio sixth pay commission 1:12.

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The first pay commission was recommending that the salary of top bureaucrats is 41 times higher than the government employees. The top bureaucrats were paid Rs 2,263 while the low-paid employees received a salary of 55 rupees.
Later pay commissions reduced the salary gap between the lowest earning employees and top bureaucrats from 1:41 to 1947 in 2006 to about 1:12.
In view of the salary gap, the union government employees' union is demanding Rs. 18,000 to Rs. 26,000 in the minimum wage and it needs to be fixed from 2.57 times to 3.68 times.

Therefore, to investigate the salary inconsistencies arising out of the implementation of the recommendations of the Seventh Pay Commission, the government constituted the National Discrepancy Committee under the chairmanship of Secretary of the Department of Personnel and Training (DOPT) in September, 2016