NJCA

Seventh Pay Commission update – Outcome of NJCA meeting on 6th July 2016

Seventh Pay Commission Latest Update – Outcome of NJCA meeting on 6th July 2016 and discussion held with Home Minister on 6th July 2016

Crucial Staff Side Meeting today to take a decision on the strike

7th Pay Commission Latest News – Crucial Staff Side Meeting today to take a decision on the planned strike on 11th July – NJCA meeting fixed on 6th July 2016 for deciding further course of action

NJCA meet on 6th July, 2016 will decide future course of action- SRMU

SRMU has intensified its campaign for strike – SRMU General Secretary N.Kanniah

AFTER MASSIVE PROTESTS, CADRE OF SRMU HAS INTENSIFIED ITS CAMPAIGN FOR STRIKE – GENERAL SECY/SRMU

The government has indicated that Minimum Wages may be Hiked

7th Pay Commission – The government has indicated that Minimum Wages may be Hiked – NJCA .The assurance has divided several government unions on whether to go ahead with the indefinite strike starting 11 July.

Under pressure from the unions, the government has indicated that it may increase the minimum monthly pay of central government employees beyond the Rs.18,000 suggested by the Seventh Pay Commission, seeking to defuse a strike threat.

33 lakh central government employees threatens to go on strike against the meagre pay hike

Key Points

  1. Central government employees threaten to go on strike from July 11
  2. They are unhappy with the 'meagre' pay hike announced
  3. Minimum wage is Rs. 18,000, but they want at least Rs. 26,000

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