7th Pay Commission: New Pay Scale was cleared for these 4 lakh employees

7th Pay Commission: It was decided to implement 7th Pay Commission recommendations for the employees of state municipal corporation, municipal council and Nagar panchayats.

ZeeBiz WebTeam | Aug 01, 2019, 04:08 PM IST

7th Pay Commission: In a bid to provide relief to around 4 lac employees, the Government decided to implement 7th Pay Commission recommendations for the employees of state municipal corporation, municipal council and Nagar panchayat in Maharashtra last week. Photo: Reuters 

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7th Pay Commission Maharashtra Employees Union

7th Pay Commission Maharashtra Employees Union

The state government decided to implement the 7th CPC panel recommendations from September 1, 2019. Various employees' unions in Maharashtra have hailed the state cabinet decision. However, they have maintained that their demand for five day week and increase in the retirement age from 58 years to 60 years is yet to be met. Photo: Reuters

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7th Pay Commission Maharashtra Local Bodies

7th Pay Commission Maharashtra Local Bodies

With this decision of the Maharashtra Government, the 7th Pay Commission benefit would now be available for Thane, Navi Mumbai, Kalyan-Dombivalli and other municipal corporation employees of the state of Maharashtra. For information to the readers, there are 27 municipal corporations and 362 Nagar panchayats in Maharashtra. Photo: Reuters

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7th Pay Commission Arrears

7th Pay Commission Arrears

As far as the arrears under the 7th pay commission recommendations from 1st January 2016 to 31 August 2019 is concerned, the state government has decided to distribute in five parts (as reported by Times Now) and first part of the arrear would come in the September salary of the 7th Pay commission beneficiaries of the state employees. This will put an additional Rs 406.17 crore burden on the state government exchequers. Photo: Reuters

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7th Pay Commission Maharashtra Special Grants

7th Pay Commission Maharashtra Special Grants

After the decision to implement 7th Pay Commission, the Maharashtra state finance minister Sudhir Mungantiwar had said this will help the government to create a corpus that will be used to bail out 213 local bodies that are financially weak. For this special package to the local bodies the state government would spend Rs 406 crore, Mungantiwar said. Photo: Reuters

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7th Pay Commission for Maharashtra State Employees

7th Pay Commission for Maharashtra State Employees

It should be noted that the Maharashtra Government has already implemented 7th pay Commission recommendations from 1st January 2019 for all state government employees. After the implementation of the 7th Pay Commission, the state government is spending around Rs 1.4 lac crore which as Rs 62,123 crore before the implementation of the 7th Pay Commission. Photo: Reuters