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Seventh Pay Commission : this state declares 3% climb in DA for workers from March

New Delhi: In spite of monetary imperatives, the Tripura government has declared a three percent climb in dearness remittance (DA) from one month from now for its workers and retired people, a priest said.

The declaration was made interestingly since the BJP-IPFT government came to control in the state in 2018. The public authority will spend an extra measure of Rs 320 crore in the following financial for the three percent increment in DA and dearness help (DR) for its workers and beneficiaries, Law Minister and the public authority’s representative Ratan Lal Nath said on Thursday.

The climb in DA and DR will be viable from March 1, he said.

“We are confronting difficulties as the past Left Front government put a gigantic monetary weight on us. The compensation scale, according to the seventh Pay Commission, has been reconsidered for the public authority educators and workers after we came to control,” Nath said.

He said 1,10,517 customary government representatives, 67,809 retired people and 12,178 day by day appraised laborers will be profited by the climb in recompense.

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