DA Hike: DA increased in another state, employees and pensioners got Holi gift

DA Hike: DA increased in another state, employees and pensioners got Holi gift

Dearness Allowance: While giving Holi gift to employees and pensioners, Tripura Government has announced increase in DA. State Chief Minister Manik Saha said on Tuesday that the Dearness Allowance of state employees has been increased by 5 percent. This decision will be considered effective from January 1, 2024. Arrears will also be paid to employees and pensioners. 

Today at the budget session, I announced another 5 percent Dearness Allowance to the State Government Employees. This decision will be effective from 01.01.2024. The additional annual expenditure for this will be ₹ 500 crores.

Employees play a major role in carrying out various… pic.twitter.com/6AgqnDgKti

— Prof.(Dr.) Manik Saha(Modi Ka Parivar) (@DrManikSaha2) March 5, 2024

Chief Minister Manik Saha announced in the Assembly 

According to ANI report, Chief Minister Manik Saha, while announcing the DA increase in the Assembly, said that this decision will benefit about 1.06 lakh employees and 82 thousand pensioners. This decision will put an additional burden of approximately Rs 500 crore on the state government's treasury. The Chief Minister said that we are extremely happy to make this announcement. With this, the employees and pensioners of Tripura state will feel a lot of relief. The government is continuously working for the welfare of the employees.

25 percent DA will be available after this hike

Manik Saha said that after this hike, state employees and pensioners will get 25 percent DA. The state government has made arrangements for Rs 500 crore to be spent on this item. The Chief Minister wrote on social media platform X that today during the budget session, I am announcing the increase in DA. Employees have a huge contribution in the progress of the state government. Therefore, it has been decided to increase his DA from 20 percent to 25 percent. The Chief Minister also praised the state budget.

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