DA of central employees will increase by 4%, dearness allowance will be 50% in 4 months

DA of central employees will increase by 4%, dearness allowance will be 50% in 4 months

 DA of central employees will increase by 4%, dearness allowance will be 50% in 4 months

       Since long, the DA/DR i.e. ‘Dearness Allowance and Dearness Relief’ of government employees and pensioners has been increased by four per cent. Currently, central employees are getting dearness allowance at the rate of 42 percent.

     There is relief news for more than one crore central government employees and pensioners. From 1st July, dearness allowance ‘DA’ and dearness relief ‘DR’ will be increased by four per cent, almost certain. The increase is likely to be approved at the Union Cabinet meeting to be held after the G20 summit. With this increase, the ‘DA’ of central employees will go up from 42 to 46 percent. Given the current state of inflation, the DA of central employees will go down to 50 percent after about 120 days.

Industrial Workers is compiled every month by the Labor Bureau Office on the basis of retail prices collected from 317 markets in 88 important industrial centers spread across the country. This data is released on the last working day of every month. The All India Consumer Price Index (Industrial Workers) for July 2023 increased by 3.3 points and settled at 139.7 points. Compared to last month, the index has increased by 2.42 percent. A year ago there was a growth of 0.90 percent between these two months. All India CPI-IW for June 2023 was up 1.7 points to 136.4.

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Contribution of food and beverage group

        The food and beverages group has contributed the most to the increase in the index. This affected the total change by 2.86 percentage points. Miscellaneous items include Rice, Arhar, Dal/Tuwer Dal, Apple, Mango, Eggplant, Garlic, Ginger, Jaggery, Green Chilli, Potato, Onion, Tomato, Cumin, Cotton Saree Cotton, Shirt/T-shirt Ready Made, School Uniform, Sandals , leather goods like chappals, canvas shoes, house rent, auto rickshaw fare, repair/service charges, utensils and allopathic medicine etc. contributed to the increase in the index. On the contrary, mainly electricity (domestic charges) and kerosene etc. have moderated the increase in the index.

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A maximum increase of 8.3 points in the index

         At the central level, Gurugram has shown a maximum increase of 8.3 points in the index. Three centers have 7.9 out of seven, four centers have 6 to 6.9 marks, ten centers have 5 to 5.9 marks, 15 centers have 4 to 4.9 marks, 14 centers have 3 to 3.9 marks, 2 to 2.9 marks, 25 centers have marks. There was an increase between 1 and 1.9 points in 9 centers and between 0.1 and 0.9 points in 4 centres. In contrast, Keonjar recorded a decrease of 1.0 points.

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