Chandigarh, August 3 – The Haryana Government has constituted a committee to examine the recommendations of the 7th Pay Commission and after getting its report, the recommendations of the Pay Commission would be implemented in the state.
This was stated by Finance Minister Capt. Abhimanyu while talking to media persons here today. He said that the committee would submit its report within two months.
He said that Chief Minister Mr Manohar Lal has accorded approval to constitute the committee and it would soon start functioning. The State government is serious to implement recommendations of the 7th Pay Commission and a provision in the budget had also been made for the same.
He said that a decision on report of Madhavan Commission, constituted to remove the anomalies of 6th Pay Commission, would soon be taken. The study committee constituted to examine the report of Madhavan Commission has completed its work and it would submit its report to the Finance Department within next two weeks.
The Minister said that the present Central and State Governments are safeguarding the interests of the employees. The Government has taken many big decisions in their interest and this practice would continue in future also. It is for the first time that the Central Government had issued notification after accepting the report of pay commission within six months. The previous government had not taken decision on report of 6th Pay Commission for two years during their tenure. The State government would provide benefit of the 7th Pay Commission to its employees without any delay, he added.