Submission of Memorandum against Central Government Cabinet decision on the 7th CPC
Bharatiya Pratiraksha Mazdoor Sangh
The Prime Minister
Govt. Of India,
South Block, Raisina Hills
New Delhi – 110 011
Through: proper Channel
Subject: Submission of Memorandum against Central Government Cabinet decision on the 7th CPC
Through this memorandum we the members of this union who are central Government Employees and believe in the ideology of Bharatiya Mazdoor Sangh reflect our disappointment, grief, sorrow and anger due to non-settlement of long pending demands related to the recommendations of 7th CPC.
It is a matter of great concern that all the recommendations which are against the lower rung of central Government Employees have been accepted in toto on 29th June, 2016 by the Central Cabinet. though we had got opportunity through out federation Bharatiya Pratiraksha Mazdoor Sangh, GENC & BMS to reflect out concerns before the Hon’ble Finance Minister, Defence Minster & MoS for DOP&T over the issues of enhancement in Minimum Pay Rs.24000/- from Rs.18000/- Multiplying Factor for fitment 3.42 from 2.57, rate of increment 5% from 3%, merging of some of the pay scales/grade pay of Group “C”, resolving the issue of MACP, scrapping of NPS etc. and the Hon’ble Ministers had assured to take care of the issues but it appears that they have reneged.
Government employees are further disappointed on the communication received through press release published in press Information Bureau (release ID 146885) dated 06.07.2016 that the issues related to the pay scales and other recommendations of 7th CPC would be considered by a High Level Committee that will further delay in the implementation.
Hence, on the call of Bharatiya Mazdoor Sangh, Government Employees National Confederation and Bharatiya Pratiraksha Mazdoor Sangh, this union has observed agitation programme in this Defence Establishment from 30.06.2016 to 08.07.2016 to invite the attention of Govt of India towards the discontentment prevailing amongst the central Government employees including Defence civilians.
Earlier, we have also observed the demand week from 01.03.2016 to 05.03.2016 and from 13.06.2016 to 18.06.2016 on the retrograde recommendations of 7th CPC but no fruitful result has come till date.
In such circumstances, you are requested to intervence into the matter personally so that demands mentioned hereinabove may be accepted by Govt of India and all financial benefits of the 7th CPC may be granted forthwith.
An early action is solicited please.
(Name of Secretary)
- Meeting with MoS, DoP&T Dr. Jitendra Singh
- Hon’ble MoS has assured positively to enhance the minimum pay, multiplying factor of 7th CPC
- Cash payment of Salary in Storm Affected Area
- 7th Pay Commission News – Government may consider minimum pay of 24000
- Grant of one-time relaxation from the ceiling of 5% for compassionate appointments in the Ministry of Defence – BPMS