7th pay commission recommendations for UP employees implemented

The election code of conduct may be imposed in the wake of coming assembly election in the state. The cabinet of Akhilesh's government, imminent of this announcement, has taken many big decisions including 7th pay commission on-Tuesday this week.
Akhilesh government is going to implement this pay commission since January 1, 2016 and the benefits will effect to pay and pension to the employees since January 1, 2017.
8.5 lakh government employees, 5.5 lakh teachers together Local Bodies, the development authorities of Jila Panchayat, Autonomous Entities, Public Enterprises and Development Authorities — all will be benefitted
The government treasury will outlay the additional burden of Rs 1000 crore after implementing the 7th pay commission. However the government of Uttar Pradesh had allocated the amount in the supplementary budget during the last monsoon session of assembly.
After the decision, Akhilesh Yadav said, “ That the meeting held ended after 4 years and 6 months is a long time. Many other public interest decisions including 7th pay commission has been taken in this meeting. 80 proposals of the cabinet have been approved. A few more needful decisions will be taken in the next cabinet meeting.”
It is to clarify here that Akhilesh Yadav implemented the recommendations mere in 6 months while the 6th pay commission was delayed to implement 3 years. The decision of implementing the 7th pay commission is being assumed an important step of Akhilesh Yadav with hoping a lot for the next assembly election.
Akhilesh Yadav, having implemented the recommendation of 7th pay commission, on the one hand has allured the state government employees; he criticized union government on demonetization on the other. Akhilesh,remarking on PM Narendra Modi, said, “ whoever had counted 50 days, it was overheard, 'he is going to count more 50 days'. The problem cannot be reformed in 50 days; it will elapse a year more.
Akhilesh added that the people are facing difficulties because of currencies ban will voice in the next assembly election.

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