Government Employees Unified Pay Scales finalization by the end of October 2012

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Federal Govt Employees Unified Pay Scales finalization by end of October 2012

Islamabad (Daily Dawn / October 13, 2012) – The delegation, under the banner of Supreme Council of Audit and Accounts Group Employees had held meeting with the Additional Secretary Budget Abdul Rauf, ministry of finance on Friday.

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Additional secretary assured the delegation that unified pay scales for all the employees of federal government would be finalised by end of October 2012.

The delegation was led by General Secretary Chaudhry Iftikhar, who demanded an increase of 100 per cent in salaries of AGPR employees, as it has been made in many federal government departments including the FBR.

The additional secretary told the AGPR employees that both the Finance minister Dr. Hafeez Sheikh and Secretary Finance Wajid Ali Rana were not in the country due to participation in World Bank and International Monetary Fund’s annual meeting being held in Tokyo.

He said that they are expected to return on October 17 and expressed confidence that the meeting of Unified Pay scales Commission would be convened on October 19 to give final touches to recommendations.

Currently, the strength of federal government employees drawing their pay under notified government pay scales is around 295,000, but this excludes the employees of autonomous and semi autonomous institutions of the federal government.

However, there are different pay and packages for various departments of the federal government and some are even getting up to 100 per cent higher salaries than others, around 23 per cent federal government employees are getting double pay and some
are even bagging three times the normal salaries as they are posted in certain departments such as the Presidency, PM secretariat etc.

It is expected that after the unification salaries in federal government the provinces would also streamline the
pay and packages of their employees.

According to the data available with the finance ministry Punjab government has around 900,000 employees, Sindh 625,000, Khyber Pakhtunkhwa 300,000 and Balochistan government has 91,000 employees.

The proposal before the Unified Pay scales Commission is to eliminate the distortion in pay structure of the federal ministries and divisions.

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33 thoughts on “Government Employees Unified Pay Scales finalization by the end of October 2012

  1. zaheer

    this is time gaining and politics of ppp with aggrieved low paid employees, dont expect from corrupt govt. All is game, low paid employees ko laluch main rakha gia hay. AGPR ki union ko fund kar k strike call off karae gae

  2. Nasir

    Dekho g Rizq ka zamin Allah Pak hai, ye salary to ek zaria hai, Allah Pak Rizq e hilal main barkat dalay, Ameen

  3. zagham rehman

    bahi jaan hamesha positive workers ko zaroor surprise dein gy.waisey b ppp ne hamesha workers ka hamesha khiyal rakha hia.

  4. Muhammad Aqeel

    punjab government conveyance allowance ka kuch nh ker rahe to unfed scales kahan say manay ge

  5. AZhar

    its also suggest to provisional finance sec to revise the pay as fedral govt proposed

  6. Zulfiqar Awan

    Madam Maria…..

    ap negtive q sochti han…………..acha socho……….Allah sab ka acha kary gaaaaaaaa

    Zulfiqar Awan

  7. zulfii

    Ye unified payscale siraf federal government k employees k lye hai siraf?
    provincial employees k lye nahi hai kiya ye unified pay scale…

  8. noma

    bhaeyoo mere shadi pichlay 15 saal say nahin ho rahi, siraff salary ki wajhaa say.
    aap sabb dua karoo kay salary barhh jaye to phir shadi ka bhe kuch chance bann jaye gaa.

  9. Abid Hussain Laghari Meteorological Deptt, Hyd

    Allah Tala say achhi umeed hay k unified pay structure men jitnee umeedain wabista hain wy say he paengay

  10. wajid

    pta nai kia krna ha inho ne pehle kehte the budget pe kren ge ab kaha tha k 15 october ki dead line ha
    aur now end of october……………


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