Tamil Nadu Government approves 7th Pay Commission

By | October 12, 2017

The Tamil Nadu government on Wednesday declared its choice to actualize the much-anticipated seventh pay commission suggestions went for profiting 12 lakh government workers and 7 lakh beneficiaries and family retired people. There will be a normal increment of 20% to 25% in the gross month to month pay. The move will cost the state exchequer 14,719 crores every year.

A bureau meeting led by Chief Minister Edappadi K Palaniswami affirmed the compensation commission proposals after an abnormal state board of trustees headed by fund secretary K Shanmugam presented its answer to the legislature as of late. In an announcement later, Palaniswami said the legislature would assimilate the costs considering the welfare of government staff, instructors, and their families.”I have offered bearings to issue the request,” he said.

The update according to the new pay scale will be done nationally with impact from January 1, 2016, yet the financial advantages will be reached out from October 1, 2017. The declaration came after workers held a progression of disturbances in a previous couple of months looking for between time alleviation until the execution of the commission’s proposals. It even drove the Madras high court to pass a request remaining the dissents as they disregarded administration rules. The representatives and instructors pulled back the strike after a stern court cautioning.

“There is a three-overlay increment in HRA, which is significantly higher than the proposals of the previous commissions,” said a senior authority related with the compensation update. The base and most extreme essential pay of Rs 6,100 (office right hand) and Rs 77,000 (division head) have been expanded to Rs 15,700 and Rs 2.25 lakh. The staff is now getting a dearness recompense of 135% of the essential pay. Palaniswami cleared up that the new wage structure depended on the 2.57 increase factor took after by the Center.

The most extreme benefits for government staff will be Rs. 1.12 lakh, while the family annuity will be Rs. 67,500. The maximum furthest reaches of retirement tip has been climbed twofold to Rs. 20 lakh.

“We respect the declaration and increment in solidified and honorary pay to contract specialists by 30%. However, we are disturbed the administration, referring to poor money related reasonability, denied us unpaid debts payable since January 2016. Oddities in the compensation committee have not been amended by the administration,” Tamil Nadu Secretariat Association president J Ganesan said. Twelve supper laborers, Anganwadi staff, and panchayat specialists will get at least Rs 3,000 and greatest of Rs 11,000.