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Massive news on 18-month DA arrears, central government employees may soon get up to Rs 2 lakh: 7th Pay Commission

The central government has increased DA by 11%, but employees have not yet been reimbursed for any DA they were owed during that time.

Good news may soon reach central employees and pensioners. In fact, a substantial sum will once more be deposited into the employees’ accounts. Concerning the issue of 18 months of DA arrears, the administration will soon make a decision.

Please be informed that this time, discussions will be held regarding the 18-month-old debts on the dearness allowances of government employees, and a time has also been set for discussions with the cabinet secretary. Employees and pensioners have complete faith in the current administration.

The government has yet to respond to the central employees’ persistent demands for their 18-month DA arrears. If the government agrees to the central employees’ request to receive DA arrears under the 7th Pay Commission, the central employees’ accounts will actually shrink significantly. Employees continue to press their demands for this reason.

Discuss the amount of money that will be deposited into the employees’ accounts now. The National Council of JCM (Staff Side)’s Shiv Gopal Mishra asserts that different employees have varying arrears.

The DA arrears for Level-1 employees range from Rs 11,880 to Rs 37,554, while the DA arrears for Level-13 (7th CPC Basic Pay-Scale) employees range from Rs 1,23,100 to Rs 2,15,900, or Level-14 (Pay-Scale) employees range from Rs 1,44,200 to Rs 2,18,200.

It is essential to note that, beginning on July 1, 2020, the federal government increased the dearness allowance following the Corona period by 11%; however, employees have not yet received their outstanding dearness allowance during that time. To put it another way, the workers did not receive the money they owed.

In lieu of a freeze on the dearness allowance, the Finance Ministry was informed last year that arrears would not be paid. On the other hand, the demands made by the organizations are constantly increasing the pressure on the government. The central staff expense allowance has increased to 38% from 34% at the moment.

Employees and pensioners hope that the government will soon make a decision now that inflation is rising.


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