Cabinet to adjudge on 7th CPC revised allowances before April 23

7th Pay Commission: Modi govt may adjudge on implementation of 7th CPC revised allowances specially on House Rent Allowances, before MCD Election April 23

Though nothing concrete has yet been made clear about revised allowances and actual date of implementation of the allowances recommended by the 7th Central Pay Commission, some media reports around it have already made 47 lakh central government employees to go gaga over it.

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MCD Poll would not derail implementation of  7th CPC revised allowances by Modi Govt. Paramnews.com team has analyzed the report of National Council Staff Side, "Brief of the meeting held with the Cabinet Secretary on 28.03.2017" displaying on the official website and the “Code of conduct” from Election Commission of India about announcement of Financial Grants in any Form at the time of Polls. After the detailed interpretation which are given below, It can strongly be said that  MCD Poll can not be a hurdle in front of the Govt in implementation of 7th CPC revised allowances.

National Council Staff Side, JCM Secretary Shri Shiva Gopal Mishra's Statement


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As National Council Staff Side, JCM Secretary Shri Shiva Gopal Mishra has informed through his official website that the meeting of the Committee formed to look into the perks was the last meeting and the committee will submit its report to the cabinet very shortly. Shri S G Mishra also added that the Cabinet Secretary expressed his apprehension that, MCD elections may result in some delay, but at the same time, he assured that, as soon as he gets report of the Committee on Allowances, that will immediately be forwarded to the Cabinet, and after approval of the Cabinet, if need be, we would take necessary permission from the Election Commission.

What is “Code of conduct” from Election Commission of India about announcement of financial grants in any form ?

As per “CODE OF CONDUCT” from ELECTION COMMISSION OF INDIA “announcement of new projects or programme or concessions or financial grants in any form or promises thereof or laying of foundation stones, etc., which have the effect of influencing  the voters in favour of the party in power is prohibited.”  But at the same time as clarification have been obtained from Chief Electoral Officer/Election Commission of India about the recommendations of the Seventh Pay Commission that it is not only the matter Delhi only, it is matter of whole country's Central Government Employees.  So, MCD election can not be the obstacle on implementing the recommendations of the Seventh Pay Commission by Modi Government.

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As per reports close to The Finance Ministries, Narendar Modi government may bring to a conclusion on implementing 7th CPC revised allowances specially on House Rent Allowances, before MCD Election April 23.

The government has formed the Committee on Allowances in July last year to look into the provision of higher allowances other than dearness allowance under the 7th Pay Commission. But the Committee on Allowances led by Finance Secretary Ashok Lavasa is yet to submit its report to the Finance Ministry. The Committee on Allowances held meeting April 6. Perhaps this would be the conclusive meeting between the Committee on Allowances and representatives of the central government employees’ unions on hike in allowances as per the 7th Pay Commission.

The National Joint Council of Action (NJCA), which is leading the negotiation on behalf of employees, has demanded the Centre to implement higher allowances along with arrears from January 2016. Centre is yet to confirm whether the allowance would be hiked with retrospective effect, considering its impact on the exchequer. However, the NJCA argues that arrears would create no additional burden on the Government.

Central Government employees have been eagerly awaiting the hike in allowances as per the 7th Pay Commission since last year. The Committee on Allowances was supposed to submit its report shortly.

We can not confirm whether Centre would implement the allowance hike along with arrears. “There is no confirmation given to us in this regard. They are yet to finalise the report (on allowances).

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