Good news! Central employees will get arrears up to Rs 144200? Know New Updates on Outstanding DA Arrears








7th Pay Commission: Central employees can once again get good news. Discussion on 18 months DA arrears with cabinet secretary can happen soon.






7th Pay Commission: There may be relief news for central employees. The expectations regarding the 18 months arrears of the employees have not been fulfilled so far. But it is expected that soon this issue can be discussed. Actually, it can be discussed in the next cabinet meeting. Let us know how much money will come in the account of employees after getting approval on DA arrears of 18 months.








Good news for central employees


It is worth noting that under the 7th Pay Commission, the central government has given many big benefits to the central employees in addition to 31 percent DA. But the DA arrears case is pending for 18 months. According to Shiv Gopal Mishra, Secretary (Staff Side) of the National Council of Joint Consultative Machinery (JCM), the council has put forth a demand in front of the government that while restoring the DA, one time settlement of DA arrears pending for 18 months should also be done.


The arrears were discussed between the National Council of JCM, Department of Personnel and Training (DoPT) and the Finance Minister. However, no concrete answer was received. The employees are still adamant on the demand and talks are on with the government. However, it is expected that soon this can be discussed with the Cabinet Secretary. According to the annual report of the Department of Expenditure, there are a total of 48 lakh central employees in the country and about 60 lakh pensioners.


Will get more than 2 lakh arrears


According to Shiv Gopal Mishra of the National Council of JCM, the DA arrears of Level-1 employees range from Rs 11,880 to Rs 37,554. Whereas, for Level-13 (7th CPC basic pay scale Rs 1,23,100 to Rs 2,15,900) or Level-14 (pay scale), the DA arrears in the hands of an employee will be Rs 1,44,200. 2,18,200 will be paid.









How much will be the DA arrears?

Central employees whose minimum grade pay is Rs 1800 (Level-1 Basic Pay Scale range 18000 to 56900) is awaiting Rs 4320 [{4 percent of 18000} X 6].

At the same time, [{4 percent of 56900}X6] people are waiting for Rs 13,656.

Under the 7th Pay Commission, the Central employees will get DA arrears of Rs 3,240 [{3 percent of 18,000}x6] from July to December 2020 on the minimum grade pay.

At the same time, those with [{3 percent of Rs 56,9003}x6] will get Rs 10,242.

At the same time, if we calculate the DA arrears between January and July 2021, then it will be 4,320 [{4 percent of Rs 18,000}x6].

At the same time, [{4 percent of ₹56,900}x6] will be Rs.13,656.





PM Modi will decide the arrears

Significantly, the matter of 18 months arrears has reached Prime Minister Narendra Modi, now PM Modi will decide on the arrears. With this, the hopes of the central employees regarding arrears have been awakened once again. If PM Modi gives green signal to 18 months arrears, then let us tell you that a huge amount will come in the account of about 1 crore central employees and pensioners.

At present, the dearness allowance of central employees has increased to 31 percent. 48 lakh central government employees and more than 65 lakh pensioners are getting the benefit of this.


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