7th Pay Commission – Government to discuss issues with employees on 19.02.2016

| February 16, 2016

7th Pay Commission – Government to discuss issues with employees on 19.02.2016

7th Pay Commission – Implement cell to meet NJCA to address employees issues on the recommendations. Employees’ NJCA has already submitted its charter of demands to cabinet secretary of India. This is a welcome sign and hopefully demands of employees specially increasing minimum wages and fitment factor would be accepted.

The Official Sources Close to the Finance Ministry told that a Meeting with National Joint Council of Action to be held on 19th February 2016 on the issues of 7th Pay Commission and Charter of Demands of NJCA.

It is informed that Convener, 7th Pay Commission Implementation Cell has fixed Meeting with NJCA on 19th February 2016 at North Block to discuss about the matters pertaining to 7th CPC recommendations and Charter of Demands of NJCA. The timing of the meeting scheduled itself has reveals its importance.

It is expected that, since the Meeting is scheduled before the Budget Session, some news about implementation of 7th pay commission may be announced in Budget or at least we are able to know the latest development about 7th cpc implementation after the Meeting.

An internal meeting of NJCA will also be held on 18.2.2015 before they attend the meeting with Finance Ministry.

Charter of Demands of NJCA

 

  1. Settle the issues raised by the NJCA on the recommendations of the 7 CPC sent to Cabinet Secretary vide letter dated 10th December 2015.

 

  1. Remove the injustice done in the assignment of pay scales to technical/safety categories etc. in Railways& Defence, different categories in other Central Govt establishments by the 7 CPC.

 

  1. Scrap the PFRDA Act and NPS and grant Pension/family Pension to all CG employees under CCS (Pension) Rules, 1972 & Railways Pension Rules, 1993.

 

  1. i) No privatization/outsourcing/contractorisation of governmental functions.

ii) Treat GDS as Civil Servants and extend proportional benefit on pension and allowances to the GDS.

 

  1. No FDI in Railways & Defence; No corporatization of Defence Production Units and Postal Department.

 

  1. Fill up all vacant posts in the government departments, lift the ban on creation of posts; regularize the casual/contract workers.

 

  1. Remove ceiling on compassionate ground appointments.

 

  1. Extend the benefit of Bonus Act,1965 amendment on enhancement of payment ceiling to the adhoc Bonus/PLB of Central Government employees with effect from the Financial year 2014-15.

 

  1. Ensure Five promotions in the service career of an employee.
  1. Do not amend Labour Laws in the name of Labour Reforms which will take away the existing benefits to the workers.
  1. Revive JCM functioning at all levels.

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