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8th Pay Commission: Bad news for central employees, know government’s stand on 8th Pay Commission

8th Pay Commission Latest News: There is very bad news for central employees. The central government has made it clear that there is no proposal in front of the government for the formation of the 8th Pay Commission for the salary hike of central employees. Union Minister of State for Finance Pankaj Chaudhary has given this answer in writing on the question asked during the Question Hour.

In fact, the question was asked in the Lok Sabha to the Finance Minister whether there is a proposal in front of the Central Government to constitute the 8th Pay Commission for the Central employees so that its recommendations can be implemented from January 1, 2026. Responding to this question, Pankaj Chaudhary said that there is no proposal in front of the government to constitute the 8th Pay Commission.

The Minister of State for Finance said that in view of inflation, the government takes many steps to increase the salaries of central employees. Which includes increase in dearness allowance every six months.

Let us tell you that 10 pay commissions have been constituted since 1947. The government constitutes a new pay commission every 10 years. On the basis of whose recommendations, the salary of central employees and pension of pensioners are increased. The Seventh Pay Commission was constituted by the UPA government on 24 February 2014. In 2006 and 2016, the Sixth and Seventh Pay Commission had recommended a big increase in the salary of central employees and accepting it, the government also increased the salary.

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