Wednesday, April 22, 2009

Punjab pay hike just after poll, Govt. cleared 10% DA for employees and pensioners, waiting for EC nod.

The state government employees are expected to get the benefit of fifth pay commissionimmediately after the Lok Sabha poll.

Sukhbir Badal, Deputy Chief Minister in a statement here said that Punjab Cabinet has already resolved to accept in principle the recommendations of 5th. Punjab Pay Commission immediately on submission of report in its meeting held on March 2 and Congress's misleading propaganda was reflecting its frustration.

Badal said that it was the SAD-BJP government that implemented the recommendations of Fourth Punjab Pay Commission and now we have the privilege to implement the recommendations of Fifth Pay Commission. He said that Punjab Cabinet before the elections had already resolved to accept the recommendations in principle, whenever the report was to be submitted by the Commission. He said that now the Commission has submitted the report, the State government would implement the decision of the cabinet and process the report for early implementation. He said that Punjab government has already cleared the payment of 10% dearness allowance for the all its employees and pensioners and the government was waiting for the nod of Election Commission.

Badal said that SAD-BJP government was fully alive to the welfare of its employees and it always took pro-active stand for their welfare. He said that Amarinder who was taking credit for setting of the Pay Commission, deliberately did not notified its terms of reference so that Commission could have started its work early and submitted report timely to the government. He said that it was SAD-BJP government that notified the terms of reference of the Commission and requested it to expedite the report.

Seeking public apology for misguiding the employees, Badal said that role of Congress in scuttling the work of Pay Commission has been fully exposed and it should apologize to the Punjab employees for delaying their rightful due.

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