7th Pay Commission: Big news for employees, these employees will get 18 thousand minimum salary, these instructions given to the state government
UP Forest Employee Minimum Salary: Allahabad High Court of Uttar Pradesh has given big relief to the forest workers. The High Court has ordered the state government to pay a minimum wage of Rs 18,000 to all the daily and muster roll employees working in the Forest Department as per the recommendations of the Seventh Pay Commission. Justice Ajit Kumar has given this order to Vijay Kumar Srivastava of Gorakhpur and others. Given while hearing the petition.
what is the whole matter
Actually, Allahabad High Court of UP has given a big decision in the Puttilal case. The High Court has termed the attitude of the Additional Chief Secretaries of the Finance and Forest Departments as criminal contempt of court contrary to the directions given by the Supreme Court in the Puttilal case and has ordered both the departments to pay the seventh salary. Pay commission to all daily and muster roll employees working in the forest department. Under the recommendations, an order has been given to give minimum salary of Rs 18000.
The state government had given an affidavit
Petitioner’s advocate Pankaj Srivastava said that the committee constituted under the chairmanship of Principal Chief Secretary Forest, Environment and Ecological Change Department had recommended the minimum salary and had filed an affidavit in the court stating that under the Sixth Pay Commission, a salary of Rs 7000 will be given. be given. A policy consensus has been reached to give minimum wage of Rs 18,000 under the Seventh Pay Commission to all daily wage employees till they are regularized. Now the state government is denying it by saying that it is against the rules. Financial Handbook Part 6 has not been declared unconstitutional. Therefore, daily wage laborers do not have the right to get minimum wages.
18 thousand minimum salary will be given under the Seventh Pay Commission
The High Court said that the government does not have the right to deny the benefits of the Seventh Pay Commission by giving the benefits of the Sixth Pay Commission. The government had said that those who are getting Rs 7000 will be given a salary of Rs 18 thousand per month and the court gave the decision. The Additional Chief Secretary of the Finance and Forest Department has been directed to comply with the order or explain why contempt charges should not be filed. The next hearing of the case will be on December 4.