Alleging that there were "two anomalies" in the implementation of the recommendations of the 7th Pay Commission, CPI-M today said it would voice reservation against recommendations in Parliament.
Alleging that there were “two anomalies” in the implementation of the recommendations of the 7th Pay Commission, CPI-M today said it would voice reservation against recommendations in Parliament.
“We have to see the fine-print, the details of how the Finance Commission will be implemented. There are two anomalies. These recommendations were to be implemented from an earlier date. We now heard the government saying that it will be done from this year. So the government has already saved a lot of money which is due to the working people of our country,” party general secretary Sitaram Yechury told reporters here.
He said that secondly they have to see whether justice had been done to all workers or employees.
“Usually and even now the suspicion is that higher ranking bureaucrats and officers have gained more than the ones who are not so high ranking. That is patently unfair. We will study that,” Yechury said.
He said that the party would take up the issue in the monsoon session of Parliament.