Government has postpone the Pay and Pension commission report 2010 : Adhoc Allowance 50% of Basic Pay – Pension 15% to 20% – medical allowance double.
Highlights of pay increase of government servants / employees in Budget 2010-2011.
The recommendations of the Pay and Pension Commission as adopted by the government would be implemented over the next three years. The following decisions are being announced for implementation with effect from 1st July 2010:
A. Federal Government employees will be allowed an adhoc monthly allowance equal to 50% of one month’s basic pay. This benefit would not be available to such federal government employees who are already in receipt of a monthly allowance equal to one month’s basic pay.
B. Medical allowance for employees in BS-1 to 15 would be doubled. And for employees working in BPS-16 to 22, medical allowance will be allowed at 15% of monthly basic pay.
C. Pensioners who are retired after 2001 will be allowed 15% increase and those who retired prior to 2001 will be allowed 20% increase.
D. Pensioners who retired in BS 1 to 15 will be allowed medical allowance at 25% of pension drawn while those retired in BS 16 to 22 will be allowed medical allowance at 20% of pension drawn.
E. The minimum monthly pension is proposed to be raised from Rs.2000 to Rs.3000.
F. The rate of family pension is proposed to be enhanced from 50% to 75%.
G. A number of other minor allowances for employees in BS-1 to 16 namely, night duty allowance, conveyance allowance for late sitting staff, daily allowance and special pay are proposed to be raised substantially.
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