7th Pay Commission: There will be an increase in the salary of the employees of this state, know details here
7th Pay Commission will be implemented in Karnataka in October
Karnataka Chief Minister Basavaraj Bommai announced the formation of the 7th Pay Commission to revise the pay scales of government employees. The Chief Minister of Karnataka, speaking at the first State Level State Government Employees Day and State Level Best Service Award function, said that A and B grade employees will be able to adopt cows under Punyakoti Dattu Scheme by paying an annual fee of Rs 11000. He said that under this scheme, there are more than 1 lakh cows for adoption in various cowsheds.
After the formation of 7th Pay Commission, there will be a big increase in the salary of government employees
After the formation of the 7th Pay Commission in Karnataka, government employees and pensioners will get a big relief. The possibility of a huge increase in their salary will increase.
Arogya Sanjeevani Yojana for Government Employees
Karnataka Chief Minister Basavaraj Bommai while addressing the people said, there should be a good economy for development work, crops due to natural calamities, compensation for loss of life and loss of property. In such a situation, the responsibility of the government increases. He also announced that a government order has been issued to cover government employees under the Arogya Sanjeevani Yojana.