7th Pay Commission: According to the news going on in the media, on the 28th of this month, an announcement can be made to increase Dearness Allowance i.e. DA by the Central Government. Central employees have been demanding for a long time to increase their DA.
New Delhi: 7th Pay Commission: With the beginning of the festive season, the central employees can get a big good news. According to the news going on in the media, on the 28th of this month, an announcement can be made to increase the dearness allowance i.e. DA by the central government. Central employees have been demanding for a long time to increase their DA. Apart from this, apart from DA, central employees are expected to get another big gift.
Will get DA arrear money
Along with the increase in dearness allowance in September, the central government employees will also get arrears for the months of July and August. The government will pay it during Navratri. It is clear that this time during festivals, central employees will get big money as salary.
DA will increase next year also
Apart from this, in the next year i.e. 2023 also, the way for increase in DA of central employees is visible. Let us inform that according to the data of Consumer Price Index, it was at 129.2 points in the month of June, which has increased in July 2022. With the increase in this index, the way for increase in DA is visible in the year 2023 as well.
Salary will increase so much
According to the 7th Pay Commission, the minimum basic salary of central employees is Rs 18,000 and the maximum salary at the level of cabinet secretary is Rs 56900. If we look at 38 percent, then on the basic salary of Rs 18000, the total increase in annual DA will be Rs 6840. That is, there will be a total increase of Rs 720 per month in dearness allowance. At the same time, on the maximum basic salary bracket of Rs 56,900, the total increase in annual dearness allowance will be Rs 27,312. That is, if the DA becomes 38 percent against 34 percent DA, those in the maximum salary bracket will get Rs 2276 more.