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7th Pay Commission may recommend in its interim report to merge 50% of DA with basic pay..!

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7th Pay Commission may recommend in its interim report to merge 50% of DA with basic pay..!

NEW DELHI: The Union Cabinet on Friday raised dearness allowance to 100% from 90%, benefiting 50 lakh employees and 30 lakh pensioners.

The government has also cleared the way for merger of 50% DA with basic pay by approving it among the terms of reference of the 7th Pay Commission. An official said now the commission can suggest the merger in its interim report. 

Possibility to announce Interim Relief before elections

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‘50% DA Merger’ gets replaced by ‘Interim Relief’..!

Finally, the doors have closed on ‘DA merger’. Attempts are now on to welcome ‘Interim Relief’.

As far as we are concerned, the chances of granting interim relief are very bleak. Since the Model Code of Conduct has been enforced, there are no indications of any decisions in this issue. Moreover, in the Terms of Reference of 7th CPC, there is no mention of Interim Relief.

The 7th CPC has invited all the Federations for talks. In that sense, it is difficult to say anything with certainty about Interim Relief.

Proposals of Retirement age 62 and 50% DA Merger..?

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Proposals of Retirement age 62 and 50% DA Merger..?

Modest Expectation for 50% DA Merger still on the cards

The expectations will not subside until the central government makes it clear whether 50% DA Merger will be approved or not. Though there were mixed news about whether 50% DA Merger is approved or not, Railway and Defence Federation’s Leaders told that the 50% DA merger was approved by the Cabinet. A website belongs to an important railway federation also flashed a news confirming merger of 50% DA is approved by the cabinet. Sometime later it changed its stand and removed the flash news

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