Sixth Pay Commission to be implemented for employees: Maharashtra state Cabinet

Chief Minister Devendra Fadnavis held a cabinet meeting and announced seven decisions including the implementation of sixth pay commission


In the cabinet meeting, Maharashtra Chief Minister Devendra Fadnavis on Tuesday announced seven important decision including the six pay commission which would have been implemented from January 1, 2006, for the employees associated with state Khadi and Gram Udyog Industries from inception. 

Along with this, the state cabinet has approved the decision to apply stamp duty of worth ₹1,000 for the agreement involving three parties regarding old civic body owned buildings and redevelopment chawls. 

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Important Decisions: 

  •  Stamp duty of only ₹1,000 on triple party agreement for rehabilitation of chawls and old buildings owned by Brihanmumbai Municipal Corporation (BMC).
  • Under the revised category of sixth pay commission from January 1, 2016, the applicants employed with Maharashtra state Khadi and Gram Udyog Industries board will be paid their dues from Jan 1, 2006, to March 31, 2009.
  • Medical Expenditure Reimbursement scheme for officers working on constitutional and government approved posts in Maharashtra Health Science University in Nashik.
  • Decision on Standalone Financial schemes for cooperative department.
  • Exemption of stamp duty imposed on minor minerals related to the development of Navi Mumbai International Airport.
  • Exemption of stamp duty imposed on land reimbursement card between Radha Kalyan Das Dariyanani Charitable Trust and Welfare Education Society for the purpose to establish Army Law College for Army personnel.
  • Improvement in Maharashtra Agriculture Universities Act and Maharashtra Animal and Fisheries Act
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