Budget 2012-2013 – Govt. Employees Pay Raise Expected Only 25-35%

Budget 2012-2013 – 25 to 25 percent Pay Raise of govt employees

Islamabad (May 12, 2012) – News Report published in daily Express revealed that In the next Budget 2012-13, Salaries of Government Employees will be raised from 25% to 35%. Some allowances will also be raised.

Meeting of National Finance Award (NFC) is schedule on May 14, 2012. Recommendation about pay increase will approve in NFC meeting.

Ad-hoc relief allowance of year 2010-2011 can also be merge in the basic pay.

Budget 2012-2013 - 25 to 25 percent Pay Raise of govt employees


  1. Malik ATTA says:

    If the educational increment stopped on 2001 will be restored than a large sector of qualified government employees can be motivated for better work and government can win their sympathies for their policy-making will and they pray for the strengthening of democracy and present a real public welfare state.

  2. Muhammad Murtaza Rashid says:

    Sindh govt. should upgrade the teachers grades in the new budget as a PRIMARY SCHOOL TEACHER is working in just BPS-09 which is a clear injustice for the teachers especially for those having higher qualifications. I request to the officials concerned t upgrade the post of PRIMARY TEACHERS just like the federal govt did it recently.

  3. Smeer Ahmed says:

    We Ptcl small Workers Every time Waiting for Justice from one GOD name of the ALLAH . nothing budget for ptcl staff , same to same pay revised 2011 still ignored from corrupt persnals invalement deap and dump stage and we small workers Hopefull with honest leaders of ptcl union . Unjustic for PTCL workers without Restoration CBA union. Note > non-gazzated staff waiting from long time 24 years for departmental promotion still ignored (same cadre same post ) Units Corrupt officers convert senior staff into junior personal friendly staff from etisalat takeover time for them corruption ETC, mily baggat se officers 10,20 saalo se 1 jaga per hai, PTCL k her chez ko kaa rahe hai

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