Saturday 31 July 2021

DA & DR due on 01.01.2020, 01.07.2020 & 01.01.2021 with arrears: Letter to Finance Minister and all MPs

 DA & DR due on 01.01.2020, 01.07.2020 & 01.01.2021 with arrears: Letter to Finance Minister and all MPs

(Estd. 1965, Regd. No.1329, Website )

No:IRTSA/CHQ/Memo. 2021-10


Hon’ble Minister for Finance,
Government of India,
North Block, New Delhi-110001.

Respected Madam,

Subject: Payment of additional installments of DA & DR due on 01.01.2020, 01.07.2020 & 01.01.2021 with arrears.

Ref: 1) Ministry of Finance, Department of Expenditure OM No.1/1/2020-E-ll (B), dated 23-04-2020, 20.07.2021
2) Dept of pension & pensioners’ welfare OM No.42/07/2021-P(P&W)D 22.07.2021

1) Government decided to pay additional installments of Dearness Allowance (DA) for Central Government employees and Dearness Relief (DR) for Central Government pensioners & family pensioners due on 01.01.2020, 01.07.2020 and 01.01.2021 vide O.Ms cited in reference. DA & DR are revised from existing 17% to 28% w.e.f. 1st July 2021.

2) O.M. says that, Rates of DA & DR from 01.01.2020 to 01.07.2021 remains 17%, depriving the Central Government Employees and Central Government Pensioners & Family Pensioners compensation for the price raise during these 18 months.

3) Employees retired during this period were put in adversity by getting reduced retirement gratuity, service gratuity, death gratuity, leave encashment, etc.

4) All Central Pay Commissions and fair wages committee have recommended clear necessity for continuing payment of DA & DR to neutralize substantial increase in cost of living. Hon’ble Supreme Court of India also ruled that, salary & pension are not a bounty, it is matter of right protected by the constitution.

5) In its recent judgement on SLP (C) NO.12553 of 2020 Hon’ble Supreme Court ordered that “The direction for the payment of the deferred portions of the salaries and pensions is unexceptional. Salaries are due to the employees of the state for services rendered. Salaries in other words constitute the rightful element of the employees and are payable in accordance with law. Likewise, it is well settled that the payment of pension is for years of past service rendered by the pensioners to the state. Pensions are hence a matter of a rightful entitlement recognized by the applicable rules and regulations which govern the service of the employees of the state.”

6) Hon’ble Supreme Court further ordered that, “the Government of Andhra Pradesh shall pay simple interest computed at the rate of 6% per annum on account of deferred salaries and pensions within a period of thirty days”.

7) In the above mentioned case between Government of Andhra Pradesh and its employees/pensioners, when State Government deferred salary & pension due to economic consequences of the lockdown because of COVID-19. Both High Court & Supreme Court not agreed with the decision taken by the state Government to defer the salary & pension due to cessation of the revenue inflows and extra burden imposed on state’s resources to contain the epidemic & to provide relief to the people.

8) Hardship faced by citizens of the country due to spread of Corona Virus, lock down & restrictions imposed by Government are being faced by Government employees also. Infact employees and their families affected in large numbers, since many of the employees have to deliver their responsibilities braving the risk of corona virus. It is evident from the fact that nearly 1.2 lakh employees of Indian Railways were infected by corona virus and 3000 employees died due to the virus.

9) Government extended stimulus packages, concessions and aids for Industrial houses, corporates, MSMEs, farmers, traders, etc. At the same time Government employees were put in severe hardship by deferring the due DA, HRA and TA. It is also pertinent to note that these employees paid their income tax promptly during pandemic and at all times.

10)It is therefore requested that frozen additional installment of DA & DR, 4% from 01.01.2020, 7% from 01.07.2020 and 11% from 01.01.2021 may please be paid as arrears to the employees and pensioners.

Thanking you

Yours’ faithfully,

Central President/IRTSA

Copy for Information with a request to please consider and recommend our submissions:
Hon’ble Members of Parliament

Source: IRTS PDF

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All-India Consumer Price Index for Industrial Workers (2016=100) for June, 2021 – Increased 1.1 Points

 All-India Consumer Price Index for Industrial Workers (2016=100) for June, 2021 – Increased 1.1 Points

Ministry of Labour & Employment

All India Consumer Price Index for Industrial Workers for June, 2021.

Posted On: 30 JUL 2021 5:40PM by PIB Delhi

The Labour Bureau, an attached office of the Ministry of Labour & Employment, has been compiling Consumer Price Index for Industrial Workers every month on the basis of retail prices collected from 317 markets spread over 88 industrially important centres in the country. The index is compiled for 88 centres and All-India and is released on the last working day of succeeding month. The index for the month of June, 2021 is being released in this press release.

The All-India CPI-IW for June, 2021 increased by 1.1 points and stood at 121.7 (one hundred twenty-one and point seven). On 1-month percentage change, it increased by 0.91 per cent with respect to previous month compared to an increase of 0.61 per cent recorded between corresponding months a year ago.

The maximum upward pressure in current index came from Food & Beverages group contributing 0.72 percentage points to the total change. At item level, Rice, Fish Fresh, Poultry/Chicken, Eggs-Hen, Edible Oil, Apple, Banana, Brinjal, Carrot, Cauliflower, French Beans, Onion, Potato, Tomato, Tea-leaf, Electricity Domestic, Kerosene Oil, Barber/Beautician charges, Doctor’s/Surgeon’s Fee, Petrol for Vehicle, etc. are responsible for the rise in index. However, this increase was largely checked by Arhar Dal, Coconut Fresh with Pulp, Mango, Pomegranate/Anar, Water Melon, Lemon, Tamarind, etc. putting downward pressure on the index.

At centre level, Shillong recorded maximum increase of 6.2 points followed by Puducherry and Bhopal with 3.5 points and 3.1 points respectively.Among others,13 centres observed an increase between 2 to 2.7 points, 30 centres between 1 to 1.9 points and 32 centres between 0.1 to 0.9 points.On the contrary, Indore recorded a maximum decrease of 1.1 points. Among others, 7 centres observed a decline between 0.1 to 0.7 points. Rest of 2 centres remained stationary.

Shri DPS Negi, Senior Labour and Employment Advisor & Chief Labour Commisioner (Central) said in a tweet message that the rise in Index during June, 2021 is in line with all other consumer price indices compiled and released by different agencies in the country and the rise in prices of Food & Beverages and Fuel items are responsible for increase in index. “Increase in wages will provide some respite to working class families who have witnessed many hardships during the Lockdown period.”Mr Negi further stated.

Year-on-year inflation for the month stood at 5.57 per cent compared to 5.24 per cent for the previous month and 5.06 per cent during the corresponding month a year before. Similarly, Food inflation stood at 5.61 per cent against 5.26 per cent of the previous month and 5.49 percent during the corresponding month a year ago.

Y-o-Y Inflation based on CPI-IW (Food and General)

AICPIN June 2021

All-India Group-wise CPI-IW for May and June, 2021

Sr. No.GroupsMay, 2021June, 2021
IFood & Beverages120.0121.8
IIPan, Supari, Tobacco & Intoxicants137.8137.9
IIIClothing & Footwear119.0120.1
VFuel & Light148.9149.6
General Index120.6121.7

CPI-IW: Groups Indices

AICPIN June 2021

The next issue of CPI-IW for the month of July, 2021 will be released on Tuesday 31st August, 2021.

Source: PIB

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Whether Government is actively considering to raise monthly gross basic pay of Government employees?

 Whether Government is actively considering to raise monthly gross basic pay of Government employees?

Government of India
Ministry of Finance
Department of Expenditure
Rajya Sabha

Unstarred Question No. 867

To be answered on Tuesday, 27th July, 2021

Sravan 5, 1943 (Saka)

Restoration of benefits of DA/DR

867:: Shri Naranbhai J. Rathwa:

Will the Minister of Finance be pleased to state:

(a) whether Government is actively considering to raise monthly gross basic pay of Government employees after restoration of full benefits of Dearness Allowance (DA) and Dearness Relief(DR) in accordance with fitment factor as per the recommendations of 7th Pay Commission;

(b) if so, details of such increase post DA/DR restoration and whether pensioners will also be benefited due to this fitment factor; and

(c) the details in terms of percentage of pending DA/DR restoration since January, 2020 and the quantum of installment of DA/DR of July, 2021 and when it is likely to be released to Government employees/pensioners?


Minister of State in the Ministry of Finance

(Shri Pankaj Chaudhary)

(a) No Sir, The fitment factor of 2.57 was uniformly applied to all categories of employees only for the purpose of fixation of pay in the revised pay Structure based on the recommendations of the 7th Central Pay Commission

(b) Does not arise;

(c) The Government has released the installments of DA/DR from 01.07.2021 which were due from 01.01.2020, 01.07.2020 and 01.01.2021 in respect of Central Government employees/pensioners. The Central Government employees/Pensioners will get DA/DR @ 28% (11% over the existing rate of 17%) from July, 2021.
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Press Note - Special Arrangements for handling of Rakhi Mails upto 16.08.2021

Press Note - Special Arrangements for handling of Rakhi Mails upto 16.08.2021

Postal Department makes special arrangements for posting of Rakhi Mail Special posting counters are being set up in 34 important Post Offices of Delhi and 02 RMS Offices
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Conduct & Disciplinary Rules - 37 : Article from Mr. K.V. Shridharan

 Conduct & Disciplinary Rules - 37 : Article from Mr. K.V. Shridharan

Case Law on Conduct rules

11. Meaning of 'unbecoming conduct': All the conduct rules, particularly the part relating to unbecomingness is to be judged from a robust commonsense point of view on a reasonable standard. The question what is unbecoming is a relative term. Mere drinking of alcoholic drinks in the company of girls not in a public place cannot be said to be immoral, even if the girls happened to be working as receptionists in a hotel which is no longer a degrading profession for women.

Ghulam Mohiuddin XW.Bengal AIR 1964 Cal. 503H.C

12. Meaning of 'unbecoming conduct': When a magistrate ordered on three different occasions that the woman produced on each such occasion should be taken to his residence and kept the woman at his residence in his company on all these occasions for periods varying from 2 hours to the whole night, it was held that even though there was no positive evidence of any immoral act on his part, still he was found guilty of the charge of the 'conduct unbecoming of a government servant'.

UP XOP Gupta AIR 1970 SC 679.

13. Meaning of 'unbecoming conduct': The appellant government servant stayed in a lodge, had not paid the rent even after the bill was sent to him or claimed HRA from the govt. without paying the rent to the lodge, or had done some favours by virtue of his official position and was expecting that recovery of rent may be waived by the lodge, or that his financial position was so weak that he could never have been expected to pay the rent. They may indicate a conduct unbecoming of a government servant. But, an innocent, indiscreet act on the part of the appellant in not paying the rent in the hope that he can pay the same as soon as the monthly rent is fixed, cannot be characterized as conduct unbecoming of a government servant, especially when a government servant is permitted to have credit facilities with a bonafide trader under Rule 16 of the Conduct Rules. The appellant has received letters of appreciation and encomiums have been showered on him for his abilities. When even a small recognition or verbal appreciation of the work done by subordinate officers has almost become a fare phenomenon in government service it is no mean achievement for the appellant to have received letters of appreciation and encomiums for the good work done from superior officers of different designations and rank and at different points of time. That he had to suffer the agony of pursuing litigation lasting over a period of more than two years is itself a sufficient punishment for the innocent, indiscreet act committed by him. The impugned order removing him from service has, therefore, to be quashed.

R.Srinivasan XUOI (1982) 1 MLJ 381 H.C

14. Unauthorised occupation of Government quarters is not misconduct.

(1994) 27 ATC 704 Calcutta

15. Failure to report acquisition of assets by spouse is not misconduct unless it is out of funds of the Government Servant.

(1992) 19 ATC 17 Bangalore

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Conduct & Disciplinary Rules - 36 : Article from Mr. K.V.Shridharan

 Conduct & Disciplinary Rules - 36 : Article from Mr. K.V.Shridharan

Case Law on Conduct rules

6. The government servants are entitled to form an association and even if the said association is not recognized by the govt., such an association also has the right to file writ petitions in respect of any common grievance of the members of the association. This can happen only by the persuasion of many, by a few officials who take a leading part. Can such persuasion be characterized as instigation or deceit? Certainly not. But, that is what exactly has been done by the Disciplinary Authority in this case. Having considered the facts and circumstances of this case, I am convinced and I am constrained to hold that the institution of the Disciplinary Proceedings and the imposition of penalty of dismissal against the petitioners was a vindictive action by the Disciplinary Authority against the petitioners, as according to it these two petitioners were instrumental in filing the writ petitions. It is amazing that the Disciplinary Authority failed to realize the impropriety of instituting Disciplinary Proceedings against the petitioners on a charge of the nature set out earlier and spending considerable public time over it and imposing the penalty of dismissal and that the appellate authority confirmed the orders.

A.P.S.K.Sangh (Railways) X UOI AIR 1981 SC 98, V.K.Parameswaran X UOI & others (1982) 1 SLJ 516 Karnataka H.C.

7. Senior officers must exhibit exemplary conduct: Higher the ladder the officer scales in the echelons of service, greater should be the transparency of integrity, honesty, character and dedication to duty... The rights - constitutional or statutory-carry with them corollary duty to maintain efficiency, integrity and dedication to public service.."

K.Kandaswamy X UOI (1995) 6 SCC 162. 67.

8. Meaning of 'unbecoming conduct': Rule 3 (1) (iii) of CCS (Conduct) Rules, 1964 says that every government servant shall at all times do nothing unbecoming of a government servant, does not suffer from any vagueness or indefiniteness and is not constitutionally invalid on that ground. There cannot be an exhaustive list of actions which would be unbecoming of a government servant. Instructions under Rule 3, No. 22 give sufficient guidance in the matter of judging as to what is unbecoming conduct. Each case will have to be decided on the attendant circumstances in the context of norms of conduct of usually accepted standards of morality, decency, decorum and propriety.

Inspecting Asst. Commr. of Income tax X SK Gupta 80 CWN 74, Mahendra Kr. X UOI and anr. (1984) 1 SLJ 34 (AP). 

9. Meaning of 'unbecoming conduct/misconduct': The rules are not exhaustive in relation to the code of conduct specified in these rules. There exists what is known as an 'unwritten code of conduct which must be observed by every government servant... It is the duty of the government servant to be loyal, diligent, faithful and obedient. The liability to respect and the recognition of a subordinate role on the part of an employee also flows from the nature of the contract. Thus, disobedience, insubordination and acts subversive of discipline are the recognized misconducts because these acts are contrary to the obligations imposed on an employee by the nature of contract itself and can freely be treated as implied. It is for the employer to consider reasonably what conduct should be treated as misconduct. No general rule in this behalf can be laid down.

Agnani X Badridas & others (1969) 1 LLJ 684 (SC).

10. Innocent action on the part of a person cannot be held as misconduct.

UOI XJ.Ahmed AIR 1979 SC 1022.

 No malafide intention and no revenue loss. Cannot be treated as lack of devotion.

SLJ 1992 (3) 28 S.C 

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Conduct & Disciplinary Rules - 35 : Article from Mr. K.V.Shridharan

 Conduct & Disciplinary Rules - 35 : Article from Mr. K.V.Shridharan



Departmental inquiry is held:

(a) in the manner laid down in Rules 14 & 15 of the CCS (CCA) Rules for imposing MAJOR penalties;

(b) in the manner laid down in Rule 16 of the CCS (CCA) Rules for imposing MINOR penalties; and

(c) in the manner laid down in Rule 18 of the CCS (CCA) Rules for COMMON proceedings where two or more Government servants are concerned.


A departmental inquiry is not a Criminal Trial in a Court of Law for imposition of punishment. It is not even lis between two parties which is decided by a third person. It is only a proceeding instituted by the Government in its capacity as the employer against its employee for the satisfaction of the mind of the Government as to whether the employee concerned has committed misconduct deserving imposition of penalty therefor. The inquiry is relevant to the contract of service between the parties, viz., the employer and the employee.

[A.R.R. Deshpande v. Union of India, 1971 (2) SLR 776 (Delhi).]

In cases of both criminal prosecution and departmental proceedings, the views and advice of the U.P.S.C. and the C.B.I. are to be taken into consideration by the Disciplinary Authority.

Before commencement of departmental disciplinary proceedings or criminal prosecution, a Government servant may be placed under suspension in public interest under the provisions of Rule 10 of CCS (CCA) Rules which will be discussed hereinafter.

Case law on Conduct Rules

Dear Comrades

Here some of the judgments related to conduct rules are furnished. Please read everything carefully and note down all these. When you are preparing replies to the charge sheets and explanation, you can make use of it. That’s why all these items are sent to you in word file


1. Meaning of misconduct: Misconduct is a generic term and means 'to conduct amiss; to mismanage; wrong or improper conduct; bad behaviour, unlawful behaviour or conduct'. There is a distinction between misconduct and grave misconduct. Misconduct in order to earn the epithet of gravity has to be gross or flagrant. Consequently the degree of misconduct to justify dismissal has to be higher or more serious. In order to gauge gravity of misconduct what matters is not frequency. It cannot, therefore, be contended that a single act of misconduct, howsoever grave, can never result in dismissal. What really matters is the enormity of the misconduct.

Bhagwat Parshad XIGPAIR 1970 Punj. 81.

2. Misconduct committed in private life: It is not correct to contend that a govt. servant is not answerable to govt. for misconduct committed in his private life. Assuming the contention to be correct, the result will be that, however reprehensible or abominable a govt. servant's conduct in his private life be, the govt. will be powerless, to dispense with his services unless and until he commits a criminal offence or commits an act which is specifically apprehended. This would clothe govt. servant with immunity which would place the govt. in a position worse than that of an ordinary employer. Art. 311 of the constitution does not restrict the power of the state to dispense with the services of any govt. servant for conduct which it considers to be unworthy or unbecoming of an official of the state, nor does it fetter the discretion of the state as to what type of conduct it shall consider sufficiently blameworthy to merit dismissal or removal. The state has been invested with absolute discretion in this respect. It can demand a certain standard of conduct from government servants not only when performing their official duty but in their private lives as well.

Laxminarain X Dist. Magistrate AIR 1960 ALL 55.

3. The right to demonstrate to improve prospects in service is a right to visible manifestation of feelings or sentiments of an individual or groups and this communication by one's idea to others to whom it is intended (is not a misconduct).

Balakrishnan Nair X Kerala 1980 KLT 264.

4. A mere technical violation is not misconduct. This means, e.g: a withdrawal form was passed without verifying the signature, but amount was correctly made to the correct party. 1992 (2) SLJ CAT 40 Cuttack

5. Peaceful assembly without any speech or slogans in office premises is not misconduct.

D (1994) 27 ATC 265 Madras.

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Conduct & Disciplinary Rules - 34 : Article from Mr. K.V.Shridharan

 Conduct & Disciplinary Rules - 34 : Article from Mr. K.V.Shridharan


I.                Government of India's instructions

1.      Domestic inquiry permissible where allegations have not been examined by the Court

The point to be taken note of is that one identical set of facts and allegation may be sufficient to constitute a Criminal Offence as well as misconduct not amounting to Criminal Offence, but punishable under the CCS (CCA) Rules. If the facts of allegations had come to be examined by a court of competent jurisdiction and the court has given a finding that the allegations are not true, then it is not permissible to hold a departmental inquiry in respect of the charge based on the same facts of allegations. If, on the other hand, the court has merely expressed a doubt as to the correctness of the allegation, then there may be no objection to hold a departmental inquiry on the same allegations if better proof than what was produced before the court or was then available is forthcoming. Then again if the court has held that the allegations are proved but do not constitute the Criminal Offence with which the Government servant is charged, then also there would be no objection to hold a departmental disciplinary action so also it is permissible to hold a departmental inquiry on the basis of the said allegation if such proved allegations are considered good and sufficient ground for departmental inquiry after the acquittal, in respect of a charge which is not identical with or similar to the charge in the criminal case, and is not based on any allegations which have been negatived by the Criminal Court. Furthermore, if the allegation had not yet been examined by a Court of law but are considered good and sufficient grounds for departmental disciplinary action, there is no bar to taking such action.

[Govt. of India, M.H.A., O.M. No F. 43/57/64-AVD (iii), dated the 29th November, 1966.]

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Staff Side NCJCM Meets Secretary DoPT Today (30.7.2021) to discuss 8 Agenda Items.

 Staff Side NCJCM Meets Secretary DoPT Today (30.7.2021) to discuss 8 Agenda Items. 

In the 48th Meeting of National Council (JCM) , it was decided that 8 Agenda Items i.e Agenda Item No.22 to Agenda Item No.29 will be discussed by Secretary (P) with Staff Side in a separate meeting. Accordingly , a meeting has been scheduled under the Chairmanship of Secretary (P) on 30th July 2021 from 11.00 AM in North Block New Delhi to discuss below items.

Coverage of JCM Scheme : All the Posts covered under PB-I and PB-2 may be deemed to be Group C posts for the purpose of JCM Scheme

  1. Litigation in service matters like Revision of Night Duty Allowance, MACP in Promotion Hierarchy , Placement of HS Grade I to be ignored for MACP to be resolved.
  2. Eradication of injustice to casual, Contract and Out sourced workers: providing them the right to form a Union in terms of Article 19 1(C) of the Constitution of India and Regularisation of Casual, contingent and outsourced workers
  3. Fill up all vacant Posts in all grades
  4. Grant of 5 effective upgradation to all Group B and C employees in entire service life
  5. Undertake cadre review of all Groups- B&C cadres in every five years before the cadre review of Group A cadres.
  6. Grant risk Allowance to the Employee involved in permanent and perennial recognised Risk operations
  7. Grant Night duty Allowance in 7th CPC Scale without any basic pay limit
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Stress on protecting tiger population to save forest.

 Stress on protecting tiger population to save forest.

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Departmental Exams 2021 put on hold till further orders

 Departmental Exams 2021 put on hold till further orders

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Privatization of long distance Trains - Rajya Sabha (Q & A) - 30-07-2021

 Privatization of long distance Trains - Rajya Sabha (Q & A) - 30-07-2021

Privatization of long distance Trains - Rajya Sabha (Q & A) - 30-07-2021

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Now file Income Tax Return at your nearest post office

 Now file Income Tax Return at your nearest post office

 Now file Income Tax Return at your nearest post office

Income-Tax Department has made it easier for taxpayers to file their returns. Taxpayers can file their Income Tax Returns (ITRs) at Common Services Centres (CSC) of their nearest post offices. India Post already announced the development giving a big relief to many.

India Post announced the same from its official Twitter handle on July 14, it said, “now no need to travel far to file your income tax returns. You can easily access income tax return services at your nearest post office CSC counter”.   

Post Office’s CSC counters spread across the country offer a number of financial services such as postal, banking, and insurance services to the people through a single point. These Post Office CSC counters offer a number of government services and information. The government also provides several other electronic services to the people under the Digital India programme.

Taxpayers can use Post Office CSCs in addition to the new income tax website Most users are comfortable filing online but a few who may not be as tech-savvy can use Post Office CSC to file their ITRs.

The new income tax portal '' was launched on June 7 amid reports of glitches. as it continued to face tech glitches, which prompted Finance Minister Nirmala Sitharaman to call a meeting on June 22 with officials of Infosys which has developed the new website.
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Dearness Allowance and Dearness Relief from July 2021 confirm to be 31% with 3% hike

Dearness Allowance and Dearness Relief from July 2021 confirm to be 31% with 3% hike

 Dearness Allowance and Dearness Relief from July 2021 confirm to be 31% with 3% hike after release of CPI-IW for the month of June 2021

The Labour Bureau has publishes the All India Consumer Price Index for Industrial Workers (AI CPI-IW) for the month of June 2021. The index increased by 1.1 points and stood at 121.7 (one hundred twenty one and point seven). On 1-month percentage change, it increased by 0.91 per cent with respect to previous month compared to an increase of 0.61 per cent recorded between corresponding months a year ago.

Dearness Allowance and Dearness Relief from July 2021 confirm to be 31% 

Recently Govt. has approved and issued the order for restoration of DA/DR from July, 2021 form the rate accrued w.e.f. Jan, 2021.  The actual rate payable from July, 2021 now confirmed after the issuance of Consumer Price Index for Industrial Worker for the month of June, 2021.  The increase of 1.1. point in CPI-IW is registered with this issuance and Dearness Allowance/Dearness Relief is confirm to be 31% from July 2021 with 3% hike in existing rate. . Following table is showing that DA/DR from July, 2021 calculated to be  31%. This hike may be approved by the Govt. in month of September-October, 2021. 

DA/DR from July 2021 @ 31%: Table by

Expected DA from July, 2021 – Table by


Base Year 2001 = 100

Base Year 2001 = 100

Total of 12 Months

Twelve monthly Average

% increase over 115.76 for 6CPC DA

% increase over 261.42 for 7CPC DA

7CPC DA announced or computed












































































































































































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