Wednesday, 4 May 2016

7th Pay Commission – Rajnath Singh Assures Recommendations will be Implemented before June 30

7th Pay Commission – Rajnath Singh Assures Recommendations will be Implemented before June 30

Mr. Mishra further added, the Home Minister Mr. Rajnath Singh assured that every effort will be taken to insure that the 7th Pay Commission be implemented before June 30th 2016.
7th Pay Commission – Rajnath Singh Assures Recommendations will be Implemented before June 30 – Mr. Mishra said, they have demanded for the old pension system to be implemented.

A 6 member delegation under the leadership of Mr. V.P. Mishra, president Indian Public Service Employment Federation (IPSEF) met the Home Minister Mr. Rajnath Singh in his official residence and demanded for early implementation of the 7th pay commission recommendations.

Mr. Mishra said, they have demanded for the old pension system to be implemented.

Mr. Mishra further added, the Home Minister Mr. Rajnath Singh assured that every effort will be taken to insure that the 7th Pay Commission be implemented before June 30th 2016.

The member delegation also met the President of the 7th Pay Commission and the Central Cabinet Secretary Mr. P.K. Sinha. The delegation demanded for increased in basic salary from Rs.18,000 to Rs.26,000. They also demanded for increase in ACP after 8,16,24 years in service to be equal to promotion wages.

Source: Navbharat Times

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