Goa to implement 7th Pay Commission by December, says CM Laxmikant Parsekar


Goa Chief Minister Laxmikant Parsekar said the Seventh Pay Commission would be executed for the state government representatives by December this year. "Every one of the methodology for the usage of seventh pay commission for the state government specialists have been finished. We will put the document before Cabinet amid following week or week after that.

After that the warning would be issued," Parsekar told. "Endeavors are set up to guarantee that the execution of seventh pay commission would begin from December this year. Appropriately bearings are issued to the authorities," he included.

Parsekar said the usage would be requested much before the Code of Conduct for the up and coming State Legislative Assembly race. "Goa will go for surveys soon and the topic of harming or irritating any segment of society does not emerge.

We have guaranteed to actualize and we will do it," said the CM. "Prior to the decision set of accepted rules comes into drive, the warning would be out. There is no should be frenzy or foment," he said alluding to the strike call given by the Goa Government workers Association (GGEA).

GGEA had served 21 days strike notice to the state government a week ago. The affiliation had debilitated to arrange a huge walk on the secretariat on December 7 to drive state government to actualize the Seventh Pay Commission.