7th Pay Commission: Cabinet approves Rs 30,748 crore allowances for central govt employees
The wait for compensation by the central government staff finally ended today as the Cabinet made the final decision on the current recommendations of the Lavasa Ashok Committee. The Union Office today approved the Commission’s 7 recommendations on the payroll with 34 changes, Finance Minister Arun Jaitley told a news conference.
The revised fees will come into effect on July 1, 2017. The announcement will benefit 34 civil employees of the Lakh lakh Government and 14 Defense employees. The Commission’s recommendations of payment 7 have combined an additional financial burden of $ 30,748 per day for the central government. The change, based on the Committee’s recommendations on allocations, will lead to an additional financial implication of Rs 1,448 crore beyond the suggestions made by the Seventh Central Payment Commission.
Lavasa The Committee proposed amendments to certain supplements universally applicable to all employees, and also to those of the specific categories, including railways and defense, after considering the recommendations of the Commission of 7.
The Lavasa committee on compensation has been made by the government to consider the recommendations of the Central Committee of payment (CPC) in compensation. He submitted his report to Finance Minister Arun Jaitley in April 2017.