7th Pay Commission: Salary hiked for 2.5 lakh government employees; Pension revised in this state!
7th Pay Commission: The Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) government in Tripura announced the hike on Tuesday, fulfilling the major pre-poll promise.
Extend deepest gratitude to PM @narendramodi ji, @AmitShah ji & @arunjaitley ji for their unwavering support. #7CPCinTripura pic.twitter.com/SjE48J5hYY
— Biplab Kumar Deb (@BjpBiplab) October 9, 2018
The decision to hike salaries of the employees came after the committee of experts headed by former Assam Chief Secretary PP Varma submitted the report to the state government on the implementation of the same. Later according to the CM, after examining the report the government decided to incorporate its suggestions and a new formula was prepared. The recommendations were submitted to the government on Friday and were accepted on Tuesday in a special Cabinet meeting presided over by the CM.
Earlier this year, the BJP had made several promises in the run-up to the Assembly polls in Tripura and implementing the 7th Central Pay Commission was one of them that the party had highlighted at length.
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