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So far no information about the DA and DR has come from the central government, but a letter signed by Finance Secretary TV Somanathan has spread on social media. The book is said to be a forgery.
New Delhi: Today was a special day for 52 middle-class government workers and 60 lakh pensioners waiting to raise the DA and DR in July. A special meeting was held on Saturday to discuss the payment of debts to the DA and DR.
So far no information about the DA and DR has come from the central government, but a letter signed by Finance Secretary TV Somanathan has spread on social media. The book is said to be a forgery. The Press and Information Bureau (PIB) of the Government of India said the book, which has been widely circulated on social media, is completely counterfeit and the truth about it is available.
On Saturday, in the case of the DA and DR, a meeting was held between the National Electronic Communications Council (JCM) and officials from the Ministry of Finance and the Department of Labor and Training (DOPT), a centralized trade union. It is expected that by the end of the meeting, the wait for 52 lakh government workers and 60 lakh pensioners will end the DA and DR draw in July.
In a letter posted on social media, it was stated that Deathness Allowance and Readiness for Central Government employees have been in place since July 2021. It is stated in the letter that due to corona infection, the DA and DR for central government employees have been provided since July 1, 2021. About with this, PIB said the book was inaccurate and had nothing to do with reality.
As a result of Corona, three installments of Readiness Allowance and Dearness Relief, which are paid to Central Government employees and pensioners, were closed on January 1, 2020, July 1, 2020 and January 1, 2021. After receiving all three installments, the DA as a whole will increase to 28 percent. an increase of 4 percent from 1 January 2020, 4 percent from 1 July 2020 and 4% from 1 January 2021 This will benefit more than 50 lakh workers and 61 lakh pensioners.