7th Pay Commission LIVE: Central Government Unions on Holding the Government of India’s Central Government Unions for Increased Salary
7th Pay Commission CPC Latest News: Central Government Unions of the BJP-led NDA will display in front of the central government neutral attitude, anti-labor and government policies in front of Delhi-based Parliament.
Due to the delayed increase in salaries after the seventh wage is imposed nearly 10 union trade unions are on hold today ie Thursday. The union will run for the next three days. The BJP-led National Democratic Alliance (NDA) will display in front of the government’s neutral attitude, anti-labor and government policies in front of the Central Trade Union Delhi-based Parliament.
At the same time, it has been decided by the Trade Union that they will protest against the government regarding minimum wages, social security and 12 major issues. Trade unions say that the government’s continued demands of employees are being ignored which is why they have to protest against the government.
According to the reports, there are speculations that millions of central employees will participate in this three-day dharna. According to a statement from the trade union the union has asked its members and government employees to be ready to go on a nationwide indefinite strike against the anti-people, anti-national activists of the government.
All India United Trade Union Center Trade Union Coordination Center Indian National Trade Union Congress, All India Trade Union Congress Hind Mazdoor Sabha, Center of Indian Trade Unions, Self-Employed Women’s Association, All India Central, in the strike called by Trade Unions Unions like Council of Trade Unions United Trade Union Congress and Labor Progressive Federation Include.
On Wednesday, Indian National Trade Union Congress in Hoshiarpur, Punjab, protested against the central government, blew the effigy of Prime Minister Narendra Modi and shouted slogans.
In keeping with the ban on the ban imposed by the Central Government and the GST and other policies, the Indian National Trade Union Congress slogans against the government and also demanded to make some changes to facilitate the people in GST.
On June 30, 2016, Arun Jaitley held a meeting with representatives of central government employees’ associations at the residence of Home Minister Rajnath Singh, where he pledged to consider the demand for increasing the minimum wage beyond the recommendation of the 7th Pay Commission.
The government had approved the increase in wages and allowances according to the recommendations of the 7th Pay Commission, respectively, in June 2016 and July 2017. 14.27 percent increase on base basis by 7th Pay Commission – lowest in 70 years – has left the central government employees dissatisfied.