The Centre is likely to restore the employees' Dearness Allowances(DA) effective from July, this year. The government had decided to not dole out the Allowances after the onslaught of the new coronavirus and the subsequent prolonged lock-down imposed to contain the meance in the country However, as its earlier decision the government, reportedly, mulled to restore the DA, which would benefit lakhs of its empolyees.
On March this year, the government informed in the Parliament that the Central government employess' would receive the upcoming July DA.
If it happens, the DA of the Central Government employees would leap to 28 percent from the current 17 percent.
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