05 September 2020

Official GR about 30% Salary Deduction and DA stop till March 2021

Official GR about 30% Salary Deduction and DA stop till March 2021

The state government took a big decision
The Rupani government has now dealt a major blow to government employees amid a loss-making economy in the Corona era. People’s jobs in the private sector are going up. Companies are cutting salaries. The government is now going on the same path. It has been decided not to pay dearness allowance to state government employees and panchayat employees from 1 January 2020 to 31 March 2021. The government has not announced any inflation allowance this year. Inflation allowances are announced in January and July, but not this time. It is clear from this that the government has no intention of giving inflation allowance this year.




Apart from this, it has been decided not to pay the dearness allowance due from 01-01-2020 to the employees and officers of the state government and panchayat service till 31-03-2021. In addition, it has been decided to reduce the total allowance received by the employees / officers appointed on contract basis after retirement in respect of 30 per cent of the total allowance received in the case.




This is the biggest blow to government employees. The decision to cut the salaries of technical and non-technical employees working on contract basis after retirement in the state government is also likely to be opposed by government employees.

In the Corona era, many people are currently looking for jobs in the private sector
While many people are currently taking jobs in the private sector in the Corona era, even the state government employees are not having a good day. As per the announcement made by the state government, it has been decided to reduce theallowance received by the government officers / employees in the state after retirement on contract basis or during the contract period by 30 per cent due to corona.

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