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7th Pay Commission Lollipop for Employees, CM returning state in Empty Hands, July months DA still pending : No Modi’s money for ‘HIRA’
TIWN Sep 19, 2018
7th Pay Commission Lollipop for Employees, CM returning state in Empty Hands, July months DA still pending : No Modi’s money for ‘HIRA’
PHOTO : CM greeted by Govt employees after 7th pay commission was announced. TIWN Pic March 12

AGARTALA, Sep 19 (TIWN): Each week Tripura Chief Minister Biplab Deb’s costly Delhi visits not helping the state as Chief Minister has once again returned in empty hands, Even though CM has met Arun Jaitley at Delhi but, no assurance has been received by Union Finance Minister Arun Jaitley in 7th Pay Commission’s funding, even though Jaitley himself unveiled the Vision Document promising 7th pay commission form April month.Chief Minister Biplab Deb as a part of his regular personal Delhi visit again has met Arun Jaitley and discussed on 7th Pay Commission.State is surprised as one the one side Tripura Finance Minister said, Verma Committee didn’t give any report and as soon as report will come 7th Pay Commission will be given, Chief Minister Biplab Deb without Verma Committee’s report met Arun Jatley whereas Verma to submit report on December, which means Vemra already submitted report ?

However, no assurance or guarantee on 7th Pay Commission has been given by Arun Jaitley and still 7th Pay Commission is just a “lollipop” for employees.

Verma Committee two times crossed deadlines to submit reports and now the next date of report submission is till December.

Finance Minister Jishnu Debbarma said earlier, before Durga puja 7th pay commission will be given but till now July month’s DA couldn’t be given.

7th Pay Commission has been delayed till December, 2018 and also July month’s DA has been missed. When employees were waiting for 7th paycommission before Durga Puja, not even July month’s pending DA was given to the employees. As a result neither DA nor 7th Pay Commission was given to the employees led massive frustration among the Govt employees. Central Govt employees are protesting even after getting DA for two times recently but here in case of Tripura employees are afraid to raise voice. Resentments have been fueled among the govt employees as on Sep 10, when Strike remained 100 % successful in Tripura Govt to cut salaries of employees who failed to reach at offices on that day.

Before the election, BJP had promised to implement 7th Pay Commission for the Govt employees and the pensioners in the first cabinet meeting and from month of April they will count the hiked salary but after 6 months Verma Committee failed to submit 7th Pay Commission.

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