Delay in implementation revised 7th Pay Commission Allowances – Staff Side JCM demands Extension of time limit for forwarding anomalies of the 7th CPC
As Govt is yet to release 7th pay Commission Allowances Committee report, Staff side writes to Dy. Secretary, DoPT for extending time limit to forward agenda for the National Anomalies Committee
Dated: May 13, 2017
The Dy. Secretary(JCA),
Ministry of Personnel, Public Grievances & Pensions,
Department of Personnel & Training,
Sub: Extension of time limit for forwarding anomalies of the 7th CPC for consideration in the National Anomalies Committee
Ref.: DoP&T’s circular dated 5th May, 2017
It is a matter of regret that, recommendations of the Committee on Allowances have not yet been made known to the JCM(Staff Side).
As we have already explained at various levels, including Secretary(DoP& T), Cabinet Secretary(Government of India), etc., that the anomalies cannot be formulated without analyzing the recommendations of the Committee on Allowances. Unfortunately, till today nothing has been done by the Ministry of Finance(Exp.). In the absence of recommendations of the 7th CPC on allowances, Staff Side(JCM) cannot furnish agenda for the National Anomalies Committee up to 15.05.2017.
It would, therefore, be in all appropriateness that, the date fixed by the DoP&T for submission of agenda to the National Anomalies Committee till 15.05.2017 should be postponed and the same should be fixed in consultation with the Staff Side(JCM) after receipt of recommendations of the Committee on Allowances.
(Shiva Gopal Mishra)
Secretary (Staff Side)