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7th CPC Multiplication Factor: NJCA will take appropriate action on FM reply in Rajyasabha

No increase in NJCA will discuss shortly and take appropriate decision for FM Reply in Rajya Sabha


Dear Comrades,

We are reproducing below the reply given by the Hon’ble Finance Minister Shri Arun Jaitley in the Rajya Sabha on 19-07-2016 —
The Finance Minister has made it clear that “the government is responsive to the concerns of the Employees’ Associations and it would be the endeavor of the Government to ensure that the eventuality of a strike does not arise.”

Regarding increasing of the multiplication factor, the Finance Minister replied that:
The assurance given to the NJCA leaders by the Group of Ministers (including Finance Minister) on 30-06-2016 is that enhancement in minimum pay and fitment factor (multiplication factor) will be considered favourably by the Government, once the proposal in this regard is submitted to Government by the proposed “High Level Committee” within four months. Hence, the matter will come for the “consideration” of the Govt. only after submission of the report by the High Level Committee.
In that sense, technically, the reply of the Finance Minister that “at present” there is no such proposal under consideration of the Government, may not be taken in a different manner and we need not jump into the conclusion that multiplication factor will not be increased.
However, giving due importance to the concerns expressed by many of our comrades and grass-root level leaders, the NJCA will discuss this issue shortly and take appropriate decision. NJCA is keenly observing the move of the Govt. and any going back from the assurances given by the Group of Ministers or any betrayal of 33 lakhs Central Govt. Employees and 40 lakhs pensioners by the NDA Govt., shall result in revival of the deferred strike by the NJCA and Government will be solely responsible for all consequences.

Secretary General

Source : Confederation


  • Anonymous 8 years ago

    Govt constituted a high power committee earlier in the last year to review the report of the VIIth pay commission. The said committee had to submit their report within six months from it's constitution. Now where is the report submitted by the said committee? Has the Govt obtained their report?If no, what is the necessity to constitute another Committee?


  • Anonymous 8 years ago

    What are the losses incurred by central government employees in the past:
    1. The casual leave reduced from 12 days to 8 days
    2. DA merger is denied
    3. Interim relief is denied
    4.Except PB-4, all the employees were not taken care by 6th CPC
    5. Now the 7th CPC is not willing to give even the husk
    6. Leaders reliability has gone very low. So we may not get any thing useful benefit.

  • Fixing the Highest pay and lowest pay, keeping a fixed ratio. and fixing the salary between the employees by keeping a multiplication factor is the best method for fixing existing problem with the government and employs. Special or qualification pay can be added to this basic pay in accordance with the qualification of the employs in accordance with the post like doctor engineer etc,.

  • vipin badoni 8 years ago

    We have already got late about the minimum pay and multifunction factor as clearly state by the finance minister that " There is no proposal of raising multiplication factor". We should have gone to major protest till date. This govt is least concerned about employees welfare. We will get nothing if this type of thinking of njca continues further. Everybody knows "Bina roye aur Hungama kiye to maa bhi bacche ko dudh nahi pilati".So ab karmchariyo ko Bevkoof banana band karo ya fir sirf bate nahi kuch karo taki ye behri govt ki kan me ju to range.