Good News For Govt Employees, Centre Likely to Release 18-Month Pending DA Arrears Soon

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7th pay Commission: Notably, the payment of DA arrears of 18 months from January 2020 to June 2021 is a long pending demand of government employees.

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7th Pay Commission: Reports suggested that the matter is up for cabinet discussion and deliberation soon.

7th pay Commission: After the recent DA hike, the Central government employees can get some good news again soon. As per several media reports, the Centre is planning to release 18-month pending Dearness Allowance (DA) arrears to government employees based on 7th pay commission recommendations. Notably, the payment of DA arrears of 18 months from January 2020 to June 2021 is a long pending demand of government employees. Reports also suggested that the matter is up for cabinet discussion and deliberation soon.

For the government employees, the Centre has increased the DA from July 2021 by 11 per cent and since then, the dearness allowance has been increased twice. Right now, the overall DA now stands at 38 per cent for the government employees.

As per media reports, the government employees are likely to get the pending DA arrears in three instalments. If the reports are to be believed, the DA arrears of Level-3 employees will be around Rs 11,880 to Rs 37,554 and for those belonging to  Level-13 or Level-14, it will be between Rs 1,44,200 to Rs 2,18,200.

Ahead of Diwali, the Centre had hiked the DA of all Central government employees by 4 percent  from 34 percent to 38 percent on the basis of 7th pay commission recommendations. If the government decides to pay the 18-month period, the central government employees will get a lump sum amount at 11 per cent hike.




Published Date: November 26, 2022 9:17 PM IST





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