The Central govt workers celebrate as the Govt is offering an extraordinary Celebration Advance Special Scheme before Holi Festival. This is more exceptional as this arrangement of the Holi Celebration Special Scheme was not there when the seventh Pay commission was to be executed. Under the Sixth Pay Commission, there was the arrangement of 4500 rupees as a Special Scheme. Yet, this year Govt workers can take benefit of 10,000 rupees ahead of time with no bank interest.
The last date to benefit the money under the Extraordinary Holi Celebration Special Scheme is on the 31st of March this year. Minister of Finance and Corporate Affairs of India, Nirmala Sitharaman had before expressed that the special scheme being given for Holi celebrations will be preloaded. This basically implies that the cash under the scheme will as of now be in the bank accounts of govt workers and they can utilize that cash.
The best thing about this scheme is that it does not take any interest from the employees and can be payback in ten simple installments. The govt workers can profit from this credit through the RuPay card gave to them. In addition, the state govt can likewise furnish a small Holi celebration advance in similarity with the Holi Special Scheme given by the Central govt.
As per the 6th pay Commission, Holi Celebration advance of 4,500 rupees was accessible for group C and D workers and. In any case, presently the Central Govt is giving of 10,000 rupees. This choice is added to the 7th Pay Commission. Remember that this scheme is for this year and the cash got should be consumed before the 31st of March this year.
The Central Govt had before chosen to reestablish their 3 unresolved installments of DA and DR from the month of July, giving big help to govt retired workers.
The Central Govt had decided to stop the extra installments of Dearness Allowance for govt workers and Dearness Relief for beneficiaries – due on 1 Jan and 1 July last year and 1st January this year in the perspective on Coronavirus pandemic.