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Wednesday, June 29, 2016

23% Remuneration hike is less; biggest strike imminent

By on Wednesday, June 29, 2016

Modi cabinet has approved growth up to 23% in the salary of central government employees. The cabinet in the chairmanship of Prime Minister Narendra Modi have accepted the recommendation of 7th pay commission in a held meeting on Wednesday. The unions of government employees have dubbed it very bad pay commission so far; while the government is patting its back for this big step.
The co-ordinator of National Joint Council of Action including all the central employees at various departments, Mr Shiv Gopal Mishra says we had lodged our objections for this pay commission. Despite any changes the government has implemented it.  Rs 18000 have been recommended for the minimum wages; while it should have been Rs26000.  
Mr Mishra told that technically hike is only 14% in pay. The sum of all allowances has reached the magic of 23 %. He added that 6th pay commission had hiked 52% remuneration and 5th had 40%. He further said that we had demanded removing new policy to implement old pension and minimum wages Rs 26000.
Mr Mishra said that we are going on indefinite strike at all India level on coming 11 th July in protest against the recommendation of this pay commission. More than 32 lacs employees will participate from all the central departments.  It is first strike after year 1974 which is going to stage.
He has issued premonition to the union government that if our demands are not considered, the government will be itself responsible for the public interest. If the government earlier of 11th July held a talk and find the solution, we are ready because we don’t want to create trouble for public.


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