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7th Pay Commission benefits to Manipur Govt employees

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IMPHAL, June 9 - The Manipur Government has agreed to extend the Seventh Pay Commission benefits to its employees and pensioners.

A memorandum of understanding (MoU) was signed in this regard among the State Government, the Manipur Secretariat Service Association (MSSA), the Manipur Government Services Federation (MGSF) and the Manipur State Pensioners� Union (MSPU) last night.

The MoU was signed by Purujit Leirikyengbam of the MGSF, Ramrei Shinglai of the MSSA and H Yaima of the MSPU and the State Chief Secretary, Dr J Suresh Babu in the presence of Chief Minister N Biren Singh.

After signing the MoU, the members of the MGSF, MSSA and MSPU called off their indefinite ceasework with immediate effect.

The MoU also stated that the Government would address the problems of the work-charged, muster roll and casual employees sympathetically and settle them at the earliest.

It also mentioned that the benefits of the Seventh Pay Commission with the allowances at pre-revised rates (at the actual amount paid as on today) would be deposited to the general provident fund (GPF) accounts for the period from April 1, 2019 to March 31, 2020. The Seventh Pay Commission benefits with revised allowances will be paid in cash with effect from April 1, 2020.

Even though the above organisations signed the MoU with the State Government, the joint administrative council of All Manipur Trade Union Council and All Manipur Government Employees� Organisation, which had launched ceasework on March 22, has refused to accept the MoU signed between the Government and the three organisations. It said the employees under its umbrella would not suspend the ongoing ceasework.

There are more than 80,000 State Government employees in Manipur.

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7th Pay Commission benefits to Manipur Govt employees

IMPHAL, June 9 - The Manipur Government has agreed to extend the Seventh Pay Commission benefits to its employees and pensioners.

A memorandum of understanding (MoU) was signed in this regard among the State Government, the Manipur Secretariat Service Association (MSSA), the Manipur Government Services Federation (MGSF) and the Manipur State Pensioners� Union (MSPU) last night.

The MoU was signed by Purujit Leirikyengbam of the MGSF, Ramrei Shinglai of the MSSA and H Yaima of the MSPU and the State Chief Secretary, Dr J Suresh Babu in the presence of Chief Minister N Biren Singh.

After signing the MoU, the members of the MGSF, MSSA and MSPU called off their indefinite ceasework with immediate effect.

The MoU also stated that the Government would address the problems of the work-charged, muster roll and casual employees sympathetically and settle them at the earliest.

It also mentioned that the benefits of the Seventh Pay Commission with the allowances at pre-revised rates (at the actual amount paid as on today) would be deposited to the general provident fund (GPF) accounts for the period from April 1, 2019 to March 31, 2020. The Seventh Pay Commission benefits with revised allowances will be paid in cash with effect from April 1, 2020.

Even though the above organisations signed the MoU with the State Government, the joint administrative council of All Manipur Trade Union Council and All Manipur Government Employees� Organisation, which had launched ceasework on March 22, has refused to accept the MoU signed between the Government and the three organisations. It said the employees under its umbrella would not suspend the ongoing ceasework.

There are more than 80,000 State Government employees in Manipur.

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