Monday, February 21, 2011

Jammu and Kashmir Govt negotiating with centre for arrear payment to employees

About the sixth pay commission, Omar said that Government doesn’t want confrontation with employees. “But we don’t have money to pay their full arrears. We have already formulated roadmap for the payment of 50 percent arrears. Except three to four states, no other state government has paid arrears to its employees .Our neighbor Himachal Pradesh has only paid Rs 10000 to its employees .We want to pay full arrears, but we don’t have resources for the purpose,” he said.
 Elaborating he said the state’s salary and pension bills pile up to Rs 9000 and Rs 2100 crores respectively in return to revenue of Rs 3500 crores. “I don’t want to keep employees in dark and I am not closing door for them .If we will pay arrears out of our budget then we would have no money to pay salary. We are negotiating with Centre over the issue,” he said.

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