Tuesday, November 12, 2013

Merger of Dearness Allowance with the Pay of the Central Government Employees - reg.

Merger of Dearness Allowance with the Pay of the Central Government Employees - reg.

PRIME MINISTER FORWARDS GS/NFIR's LETTER ON DEMAND FOR MERGER OF DA TO DOPT  

Prime Minister's Office
New Delhi - 110101

Sub: LETTER OF Sh. M RAGHAVAIAH
NFIR, 3, CHELMSFORD ROAD, NEW DELHI-55

A letter dated 27-09-2013 received in this office from Sh. M RAGHAVAIAH is forwarded herewith for action as appropriate.

[RITU SHARMA]
SECTION OFFICER

NFIR
National Federation of Indian Railwaymen
3, CHELMSFORD ROAD, NEW DELHI- 110055
Affiliated to:
Indian National Trade Union Congress (INTUC)
International Transport Workers’ Federation (ITF)

No. 1/5 (A) 
Dated: 27.09.2013
Hon’ble Prime Minister of India,

Raisina Hill,

South Block
,
New Delhi.

Respected Sir,

Sub:- Merger of Dearness Allowance with the Pay of the Central Government Employees - reg.

While thanking you for the decision for appointment of 7th Central Pay Commission, we request you to kindly appreciate that the Dearness Allowance paid to the Central Government employees had crossed 50% of pay as on 01.01.2011. This portion of the Dearness Allowance needs to be merged with the Pay for all purposes as was done in the year 2004.

2. According to the figures available, the Central Government employees will get at least 9% increase in the Dearness Allowance w.e.f. 01/01/2014 thus the DA may be almost 100% of pay. 

NF1R, therefore, requests you to kindly see that Government takes decision for merger of 50% DA with pay for all purposes with effect from January 1, 2011.

Yours faithfully,
sd/-
(M. Raghavaiah)
General Secretary

Source: NFIR



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15 comments:

kherawala said...

This is the last chance to augument votes for the ensuing elections. If a positive decision is taken by the DOPT, it would pave the right way for the Government to face the people.

basanta kumar mohanty said...

The point is we should have raised the issue in final report of 6th pay commission.Our unions should have put objection. it's such an important issue. Now no point in crying over split milk. Only we can depend upon Govt's sympathy.

Anonymous said...

This will not materialize as there was no recommendation by 6th CPC on this issue.

Anonymous said...

100% this will be announce before 15 december wait and watch.

Anonymous said...

Why Not...? Time to time, it is seen that Govt.Functionary for their own benefits...takes the help of recommendations of 4th/5th CPCs...Thus,looking towards such use of the recommendations made previous CPCs, we should have to get one concrete decision of Govt. on the subject, at the earliest...(Thanks)

abha mishra said...

Yes...It should be....Because....
There is no meaning to continue...
from 100@ to...200%....Merger policy deserves to be implemented immediately....

rajesh pat said...

why central govt. is delaying to implement the merger of 50% da.

abha mishra said...

It is nothing but political point of view...looking towards forthcoming Lok-Sabha Election 2014

Anonymous said...

Its time to ask for merge 100%DA withing next two months. please ask for it

abha mishra said...

Logic is correct...On demand of 100% merging....May be...at least merging 50% of D.A. Govt. will consider on priority...looking towards forth-coming Lok-Sabha election, (means- demand must be raised 50% to 100%)...Thanks

ARUP said...

DA SHOULD BE MERGED ON URGENT BASIS. AND IT SHOULD BE CLEARLY MENTIONED IN THE NEXT PAY COMMISSION AS AND WHEN IT WILL BE MERGED WITH BASIC PAY... ARUP DAS, JT. SECRETARY, AIANGO, MSF BRANCH, OFB, MIN. OF DEFENCE, GOVT OF INDIA

Anonymous said...

Too much gap ration between the workers and officers are maintained that should be reduced as various facilities are also given in the same ratio. This gap should be reduced in the next one.

Dindayal Shukla said...

Merger of 50% DA with Basic Pay before constitution of 7th CPC

I, Din Dayal Shukla, General Secretary of AFHQ Association [Estd.1922] & Ex-member of Office Council(JCM)at Ministry of Defence, request all the comrades to joint our hands to raise strong voice for merger of 50% DA with Basic Pay.

It is pertinet to mention here that as on 1.1.2004, the DA was 61% and the 50% of the DA was merged with the Basic Pay w.e.f 1.4.2004. From 1.1.1996 the effective date of 5th CPC, the DA was increased to 61% in 8 yrs. Whereas from 1.1.2006, the effective date of 6th CPC the DA is to be reach to 101%. It duly has reflected the rate of inflation much more. The high increase of DA in such a short span has made adverse impact and nullifying the effect of increase in pay & allowances given by the 6th CPC for at least the lower segments of Central Govt. Employees of PB-3 and lower i.e MTS, LDC, UDC, Asstt & Section Officer..
It is therefor, emphasized that the Govt. should examine the above situation and sufferance of the Central Government employees whose pay fall in the Pay Band-3 and below and thereafter take corrective steps and better it would be if at least 50% of DA is merged with their Pay immediately to compensate the erosion of the real vaule of wages granted consequent upon the 6th CPC,as it was done w.e.f 01.04.2004 as compensation. It would be appreciable,if the 50% DA is merged with the Basic Pay before the constitution of 7th CPC.

Din Dayal Shukla
General Secretary
Armed Forces HQ Assn [Estd.1922]
Ministry of Defence

ravindra said...

As supreme court issue order that MACP must granted as per promotional herirchy not with grade pay herirchy.Till date dopt/UPSC/Govt Of India not issuse the above said order due to which 50Lakhs central govt are affected beacuse of MACP.
so All fedration/unions/association are come toghether for the above said issue.
jai hind jai bharat

Anonymous said...

Now the demand should be revised for merge of 100 DA as the DA w.e.f.01-01-2014 would be definitely 100%.

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