7th Pay Commission: Good news for government employees, next pay commission will be implemented on this day, government announced
7th Pay Commission: There is great news for government employees. While making a big announcement for the employees, the government has said that the next pay commission will be implemented. Let’s know the update. After this lakhs of employees and pensioners (Karnataka Government) can get the benefit of increased salary and pension.
Once again there is good news for government employees. The government has announced the next pay commission. The government has announced that a commission will be constituted to review the salary of the employees, according to the report of this commission (7th Pay Commission), the salary of the employees will be reviewed. After this lakhs of government employees and pensioners will get the benefit of increased salary. Let’s know in detail.
Government made a big announcement
The Karnataka government has given good news to its employees. State Chief Minister Basavaraj Bommai has made many big announcements for the people of the state. The biggest announcement he has made for the government employees of the state. The Karnataka government has said that a commission will be set up to review the salaries of state government employees. Former Chief Secretary Sudhakar Rao will head this commission. According to the report of this 7th Pay Commission, the salary of the state employees will be reviewed.
Big benefit to employees and pensioners
After the formation of the Seventh Pay Commission, lakhs of employees and pensioners of the state (Karnataka Government Employees and Pensioners) can get the benefit of increased salary and pension. Significantly, the Karnataka government will set up a commission in the month of October itself. Now the government has announced this in the month of November itself. Only on the recommendations of this commission, the government will decide the salary and pension of the employees of the state.
long standing demand
After the formation of the Seventh Pay Commission (7th Pay Commission Constituted for Karnataka Government) of the Karnataka Government, there is an atmosphere of happiness among the 6 lakh employees and pensioners of the state.
Along with the announcement of the formation of the commission, the Bommai cabinet has also started the Punyakoti scheme. Through this scheme, now A and B grade personnel of the state will get financial assistance of Rs 11,000 so that they can adopt cows. With this, more than 1 lakh cows will be adopted in the state’s gaushalas.