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DA MERGER WITH BASIC PAY


50% DA Merger – A Sad End to A Demand...!

On 01.01.2011, DEARNESS ALLOWANCE crossed 50%. It started from '0' in 2006 and, within 5 years, i.e., in 10 instalments, it has completed 50%. 

The second instalment in 2010 touched two-digits for the first time. Since the last two instalments too were of ten percent each, the Dearness Allowance easily touched 100% in six instalments.

Ever since the DEARNESS ALLOWANCE crossed 50%, the demand for 50% DA MERGER began.

Since 2012, questions regarding this were raised in the Parliament a number of times, but the Government chose to reject all of them. 

When all FEDERATIONS made this their most important demand, it was included in the CHARTER OF DEMANDS. As a result, without any distinction, all the employees are very much eager to see the outcome. They began to calculate the financial benefits that result when 50% DEARNESS ALLOWANCE gets added to the basic salary. In addition to these, an online calculator too was launched. 

All the unions and federations began exerting pressure on the Government. Protests were announced. Decisions were made to hold strikes and strike notices were issued to the Government. The CONFEDERATION created a record of sorts by conducting 2-day long strike. 

There were constant reports that Federation leaders had been raising the demands with the Government during various levels of talks. When some of the Federations issued strike notices, the Government invited them for talks and the proposed strike was withdrawn. This further strengthened hopes.

Although no official announcements were made, the federation leadership said that the Government had given implied consent to the demand. Everyone thought their mission was accomplished successfully. 

All the newspapers were ready to print headlines announcing a 30% hike in basic pay for Central Government employees. 

Since this was the last Cabinet meeting of this Government, there was no dearth of excitement and expectations. During the cabinet meeting that began on February 28, 2014, the Government announced a 10% hike in DA. But, in a hurry to beat competition, leading news channels began running news scrolls that the Government had given 'Merger of 50% DA' with basic pay. It was only after 30 minutes that the channels realized their mistake and corrected the scroll headline to 'Hike in DA by 10%'. 

But, by then, it had created endless confusion. 

One can say that there would have been no Central Government employee who didn’t get upset that day. So high were their hopes. But, all their hopes were crushed when the news turned out to be false. 

The Demand for 50% DA Merger Met with a Sad End...!

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DA MERGER WITH BASCI PAY : 50% DA merge with basic pay

One of the major demand of Central Government employees, from 1.1.2011 when the Dearness allowance touched 50% mark the demand has raised...

We have collected the articles and activity of the demand and given below for your knowledge...

Heading of the Post Download
CENTRAL TRADE UNIONS SUBMITS JOINT MEMORANDUM TO FINANCE MINISTERDownload
Staff Side NC JCM writes to Cabinet Secretary for Interim Relief, Merger of DA etc.Download
Central government employees waiting for Interim reliefDownload
Will the 7th CPC present an Interim Report to the Central Government?Download
Eyes of all look expectantly on the demand of DA Merger and Interim ReliefDownload
Is Interim Relief Likely for Central Government Employees?Download
NC JCM STAFF SIDE UNITY SHOULD BE FOR STRUGGLE Download
National Convention of the National Council (JCM Staff Side) to be held on 11.12.2014.Download
National Convention will adopt a joint resolution on DA Merger, Interim ReliefDownload
National Council JCM Staff Side meeting is going to take place tomorrow in New DelhiDownload
Is Interim Relief Likely for Central Government Employees?Download
Will the 7th Pay Commission Submit an Interim Report to the Government?Download
Demands for DA Merger & Interim Relief strengthen Once again…NC JCM Staff Side emergency meeting on October 12Download
Urgent meeting of the Staff Side of JCM (National Council) to discuss various demands including DA Merger and Interim Relief...Download
Will the 7th Pay Commission submit its Interim Report to the Central Government..?Download
MODI GOVERNMENT IS TOTALLY NEGATIVE AND AGGRESSIVE TOWARDS CENTRAL GOVERNMENT EMPLOYEES – CONFEDERATIONDownload
JCM NATIONAL COUNCIL STAFF SIDE MEETING ON 12.10.2014 TO DISCUSS AND FINALISE FUTURE COURSE OF ACTION ON MAJOR DEMANDS Download
National Council JCM Staff Side has made a demand to 7th PAY Commission for Interim Relief and Merger of DA with Basic PayDownload
Confederation declares Nationwide Agitational Programme – Demands including DA Merger and Interim ReliefDownload
BRMS demands to merge 50% DA and Grant Rs.7000 as Interim ReliefDownload
DA Merger and Effect Date of 7th CPC – Explanation from Official Side in the Standing Committee meeting held on 7.5.2014Download
DA Merger and Effect Date of 7th CPC – Explanation from Official Side in the Standing Committee meeting held on 7.5.2014Download
Merger of the Posts of Assistant and Officer Superintendent in NSSO (FOD)-RegardingDownload
DA MERGER & INTERIM RELIEF - CONFEDERATION WRITES TO SECRETARY JCM STAFF SIDE, NATIONAL COUNCILDownload
Demand for 50% DA Merger presented to the new governmentDownload
Merger of DA with Pay and sanction of Interim Relief for the Central Government Employees.Download
NFIR writes to 7th CPC to send Interim Report along with merger of dearness allowanceDownload
NFIR writes to Finance Minister to merge 50% of Dearness allowance with basic pay - 28.05.2014Download
NMC stresses on 20% Interim Relief for State and Central Government Employees – News ReportDownload
Merging of DA with basic pay of Central Government employees - Rajya Sabha NewsDownload
50% DA Merger and Retirement Age 62 - High hopes fading due to announcement of election dates...Download
Proposals of Retirement age 62 and 50% DA Merger..?Download
50% DA Merger, Retirement Age 62 and Interim Relief – Cabinet is likely to clear some of these demands..!Download
50% DA MERGER - Impact of Merger of 50% Dearness Allowance with Basic PayDownload
Merger of 50% DA with Pay and grant of Interim Relief - NFIRDownload
Inclusion of DA Merger and Interim Relief in 7th CPC ToR - Cabinet likely to approve 7th CPC ToRDownload
50% DA MERGE OR INTERIM RELIEF FOR CENTRAL GOVERNMENT EMPLOYEESDownload
Merger of Dearness Allowance with Pay - AIRF writes to Finance MinistryDownload
Merger of 50% DA will soon be considered by Central Government before the budget session...Download
Retirement Age 62, Merger of DA, Scrapping of NPS, inclusion of federation leaders in 7th CPC etc.Download
Merger of 100% DA with effect from 1.1.2014 and Merger of 50% DA with effect from 1.1.2011 demanded by Confederation Download
Merger of Dearness Allowance with the Pay of the Central Government Employees - reg.Download
Merge 50% DR with basic pension,Constitute 7th CPC, provide representation to Pensioners in Rajya SabhaDownload
No merger of D.A. but seventh pay commission likely this yearDownload
'Merger of 50% of DA and DR with basic pay' - Finance MinistryDownload



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