Thursday 30 June 2016


There is an attempt made by certain jaundiced media platforms to propagate false information on the effect of implementation of the 7th Pay Commission Report. Many so called experts expressed their concerns about the inflation and many other socio economic issues and the generosity of the present Government and the speed at which the implementation took place. But were these all based on real facts?

In the case of 6th Pay Commission Report, it was submitted to the Government on 24/03/2008. Government decision  was published on 29/08/2008. Time taken  was 5 months and 5 days.
In the case of 7th Pay Commission report, it was submitted on 19/11/2015. Government decision was on taken on 29/6/2016. Time taken was 7 months and 10 days. Yet credit goes to Modi government for taking early decision, though actually it took 2 months and 5 days more than the previous government to decide on the issue, that too a totally simple form of cpc report.

Second propaganda is about the arrears burden and its inflation. The merger of D.A. @125% is already paid from 01.01.2016 up to the end of June 2016. Balance arrears due to the multiplication factor is only a peanut. So what real effect is going to make by the arrears payment in the economy than the currency and oil price fluctuation could make? Of course there could be an initial fluctuation due the hype  artificially created by these biased media houses. Otherwise this can be considered only as a lame excuse in anticipation of a failure of the government to contain the inflation in the coming days.

Now I am wondering what work was done by the 7th CPC? Found out that now a days Government employees are paid more than Private sector with the help of a Gujarat based Insitute? If this is the case, why we need a CPC in the future for merging the DA?

This also proves that the present Government is getting publicity of good governance due to the public relation techniques like giving chocolate to the crying babies due to ulcer in stomach (toilet, gas and yoga to the poor people who do not have food to eat, facility for education and place to sleep) and not in real terms.

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1 comment:

  1. Even though sufficient time was available with the govt for processing the 7cpc report, yet, it appears as though decisions were taken in a hurry and half heartedly and still 4 committees would do the continuation of the work and it may take quite sometime for the work to come to completion. It further remains to be seen as to whether the work of the 4 committees would bring in completeness or still needs finetuning.