7th Pay commission: Double good news for central employees! Big update on DA arrears

7th Pay Commission: In the midst of assembly elections in five states, there is double good news for the central employees. Not only will there be an increase in dearness allowance, the arrears of DA for 18 months will also be available. JCM Secretary Shiv Gopal Mishra has said that Dearness Allowance Hike is certain to increase by 3 percent.

January and February arrears will also be available

Dearness Allowance for January 2022 will be announced in March. It is being told that after Holi, money will also come in the account of the employees. He will also get the arrears of January and February, sources are telling. More than one crore central employees and pensioners will get its benefit. Central government employees were waiting for this for a long time.

double happiness after holi

After Holi, they are going to get double happiness together. National Council of JCM secretary (staff side) Shiv Gopal Mishra said that it is clear from the inflation data for industrial workers that there will be an increase of 3 percent DA in January 2022. It will be announced after Holi in March and the process of payment will also start.

salary of government employees will increase

After the increase of three percent in dearness allowance, now central employees (Kendriye karamchariyo ka paisa) and pensioners will get DA at the rate of 34 percent. This will also affect their salary. That is, their salary for every month will also automatically increase.

DA will be 34%

Let us tell you that the Central Government is currently giving 31 percent Dearness Allowance (DA) to its employees. After the announcement of January’s DA, it will increase to 34 percent. Under the 7th Pay Commission, dearness allowance is going to increase by 3 percent in January 2022. DA at the rate of 34 per cent will be paid along with the March salary of the employees.

AICPI-IW declined in December

The data of AICPI-IW (All India Consumer Price Index for Industrial Workers) for December 2021 has come. In December, it fell 0.3 points to 125.4 points. The AICPI-IW figure stood at 125.7 points in November. It has decreased by 0.24%. But, this has not affected the increase in dearness allowance. It has become clear from the data of AICPI IW released by the Ministry of Labor that there will be an increase of 3 percent in the dearness allowance of central employees.

DA arrears will be available for 18 months!

Shiv Gopal Mishra has said that the National Council of JCM (Staff Side) has placed its demand in front of the government. It has been said that the outstanding DA of 18 months will be paid in a lump sum. However, no final decision has been taken on this yet. The DA of employees from January 2022 to June 2021 was stopped by the government during the Corona period. The labor unions are now demanding its payment.