8th Pay Commission: Big news has come out for the central employees. Employees were waiting for the 8th Pay Commission (8th Pay Commission) for a long time.
The Modi government has made it clear about the 8th Pay Commission that now the next pay commission will not come. After the 7th commission, all the government employees were eagerly waiting for the next pay commission but it has remained incomplete.
Government gave reply in Parliament regarding 8th Pay Commission
The Central Government has made its stand clear regarding the 8th Pay Commission (8th Pay Commission) . The government is not considering bringing the 8th Pay Commission for revision in the salary, allowances and pension of central employees and pensioners. The Union Minister of State for Finance, Pankaj Choudhary, in a written reply to a question in Parliament, said that the government does not have any such proposal under consideration.
New formula will be used
The Union Minister of State for Finance has said that it has been suggested that the Pay Matrix should be changed from time to time and for this there is no need for the next Pay Commission. In such a situation, it can be reviewed and amended on the basis of the Acroyd formula, which can make changes keeping in mind the prices of the goods needed by the common man.
Possible increase in DA
Due to rising inflation, it was expected that in the beginning of August, central government employees and pensioners may increase DA and DR by up to 4 percent. However, a decision has not been taken on this yet. If the government increases the DA, then there will be a huge increase in the salary of central employees.