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Inflation allowance will increase from 17% to 32%, salaries will increase drastically

Inflation to central employees: Inflation allowance will increase from 17% to 32%, salaries will increase drastically

Inflation allowance will increase from 17% to 32%, salaries will increase drastically

There have been reports of relief for millions of central employees and pensioners. The government has approved for this. But for that, central employees and pensioners will have to wait for two months. One thing is for sure, the central employees are going to get a big pay hike in September.

Increased DA, DR will start to meet from September

According to the National Council, it will take some time to increase the cost of allowances for central employees and the relief of pensioners. The Finance Ministry, headed by the Cabinet Secretary, has decided in a meeting with the DOPT that the DA, DR will take place in September 2021.

How much will increase DA

Now it remains to be seen at what rate DA, DR will be available to central employees and pensioners after reinstatement from September. JCM Secretary Shiv Gopal Mishra said, "Both the January 2021 and July 2021 Expenditure Allowances (DA) will be announced in September 2021. That is why central employees and pensioners will have to wait for two months.

32% can be DA

However, they said that according to the Seventh Wage Commission's DA calculation, the outstanding DA from January 2021 could be at least 4 per cent. Then the DA for July 2021 could be 3 or 4 percent. That's why when DA, DR is restored. So the current DA will jump from 17% to 31% or even 32%. The DA rose 4 percent in January 2020, while the inflation allowance rose 3 percent in June.

This is how the calculation of DA will be done

  • January 2020 4%
  • June 2020 3%
  • January 2021 4% (Estimated)
  • June 2021 3 or 4% (estimated)

Total DA = 17% + 4% + 3% + 4% + 3 OR 4% = 31% or 32% after reinstatement in September

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The three-month DA will also come in September paycheck

As far as the three installments of inflation allowance (January 2020, June 2020 and January 2021) are concerned, it can also be given in September. The government will also give the arrears from 2021 to August 2021 in the September salary. That means there will be a bumper increase in central employees ’September salaries. This means that a large amount will be deposited in the bank account of the employees just before Diwali.

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