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Central Government employees may get 50% DA merger - BSNL Employees Union

Central Government employees may get 50% DA merger - BSNL Employees Union

One of the largest union BSNL Employees Union has expressed its thought through its official website that BSNLEU has already raised the demand of 50% IDA should be merged with basic pay and the resolution also passed in the CEC meeting recently held in Rajkot...

BSNLEU strongly demanding 50% IDA Merger...

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Central Govt to pay the Dearness allowance for state government employees

Central Govt to pay the Dearness allowance for state government employees

Centre should pay DA of state govt employees as well: Mamata

Kolkata, Feb 22 (PTI) Centre should come forward and pay the dearness allowance of state government employees as well, West Bengal Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee demanded today.

"Whenever the Centre announces DA, state government employees should be given the same on a par (with central government employees).

"They (Centre) give it (to central government employees) before elections. Will others (state government employees) suck their thumbs?" Banerjee asked.


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