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18 months DA arrears: Good news for central employees! Shocking news received on DA arrears of 18 months

New Delhi: The Modi government is now going to deposit the DA arrears stuck for 18 months for the central employees, the discussion of which is going on fast. It is believed that the government can take this decision any day. If this happens, then this year will be no less than a booster dose for central employees and pensioners, which is enough to win the hearts of the people.

Apart from this, the government can also increase the DA of the employees, after which it is considered possible to increase the basic salary. The government has not officially made any such announcement yet, but big claims are being made in media reports.

Big update on DA arrears

Modi government is going to give a big update on DA arrears, which is being discussed a lot. It is believed that the government is going to put the money of DA arrears stuck for 18 months in the account, which will give a bumper benefit to the employees. Class I employees will get more than Rs 2 lakh, which will act as a booster dose for inflation.

In fact, the DA arrear money from January 1, 2020 to June 30, 2021 has not been sent during the Corona virus transition period, which the employees and pensioners have been continuously demanding. Now there is a discussion that money can be received, but the government has not made any such announcement officially.

There will be this much increase in DA

The Modi government is going to increase DA by about 4 percent, after which a bumper increase in salary will be seen. After this the DA will increase to 46 per cent. By the way, at present the benefit of 42 percent DA is being received. Now the rates of DA which is going to increase will be considered applicable from 1 July 2023.

Parvesh Maurya
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