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7th Pay Commission: More than 50 lakh central government employees in India are eagerly awaiting the implementation of the recommendations of the 7th Pay Commission. Although not all of them have been benefited, the Department of Personnel and Training (DOPT), under the Ministry of Personnel, Public Grievances and Pension, has recently brought good news for a certain section. This circular was released on 27th March, the Ministry said that government employees and their husbands will be able to take advantage of the Leve Travel Concession (LTC).
The Ministry said that due to the current LTC instructions, government employees working in Indian Railways and their spouse, are not entitled to the facility of LTC because they have free pass facility. However, the Seventh Pay Commission recommended that they should be included in LTC storage.
"This department has been considered in this department in consultation with the Ministry of Railways, it has been decided that railway employees can be allowed to avail of all Indian LTC once in the four year block." He said, All India LTC "will be completely optional for the railway staff."
However, the Ministry made it clear that all railway employees will continue to be governed by the Railway Employees (Pass) Rules, and they have been given special pass rule for taking advantage of "All India LTC" under the CCS (LTC) rules. Order under relevant provision
It was also clarified that the railway staff will not be eligible for "Home Town LTC" and they will have to accept them in the calendar year as a privilege (concessional or free ticket) in which they intend to avail of the LTC facility. .
Meanwhile, Mizoram Finance Minister Lalsavat informed the state assembly on Wednesday that the state government intends to implement the seventh Central Pay Commission during 2018-2019. In response to five members' questions, Lalasawat said that the government was waiting for the recommendation of a committee to study the seventh pay commission, which has not yet submitted its reports and recommendations.
He said that the state government will spend an extra expenditure of Rs 563.24 crore, if the recommendation of the Seventh Central Pay Commission will be implemented.
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