7th Pay Commission : Impossible To Implement Pay Panel Recommendations

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7th Pay Commission

In a recent session of 7th Pay Commission held in the Parliament, Mizoram Chief Minister Lal Thanhawla stated that the government would not be able to follow the central pay panel recommendations implemented on August 18, 2016. The minister opinionated as the centre would definitely play hostile when time comes thus suppressing over the matter over and over again.

The 7th pay commission from the centre for its employees is likely to get unfulfilled when it comes to implementing on the public, in near future. Surfacing the unsteady financial stature of the government would be near about impossible to make implementations unless the centre provides additional aid.  Although, State’s financial department has been calculating the necessary implications which are to be implemented as discussed in the central pay commission.

As we earlier discussed in the details regarding the proposed notification of 7th pay commission, pay scale of government employees, as well as workers, had been improvised. It also mentioned the government employees group insurance scheme, allowances, medical facility, pension systems and much more. But raising a question in the parliament, CM of Mizoram said as that the centre might withhold appropriate assistance thus resisting itself onto implementing the recommendation on the State. Also, it could further be possible if Centre gives extra financial aid in support.

The Federation of Mizoram Government Employees and Workers signed and submitted a memorandum to the Centre thus asking for extra funding as per allocation so as to imply the 7th pay commission in the State. The federations happen to be an umbrella organisation on behalf of the state government’s employee association.

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