Delhi Government Approves 37 Percent Hike in Minimum Wages

Posted on:27 Feb 2017 09:32:38
Delhi Government Approves 37 Percent Hike in Minimum Wages
27 February 2017 Current Affairs: The Aam Aadmi Party led Delhi government approved a hike of around 37% in the minimum wages for unskilled, semi-skilled and skilled persons on February 24, 2017 in New Delhi.

The Cabinet Committee chaired by Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal sanctioned the increase based on the recommendation of a 15-member committee set up by former Lieutenant Governor Najeeb Jung in 2016.

The minimum wages for unskilled persons has been raised to Rs. 13,350 per month from the existing Rs. 9,724 per month.

For semi-skilled, the wage has been raised from Rs. 10,764 to Rs. 14,698 per month while for skilled persons from Rs. 11,830 to Rs. 16,182 per month

Kejriwal government will send the committee’s recommendations to Lt Governor Anil Baijal on February 26, 2017 for final nod so that workers are benefited.

Apart from housing, clothing and food, the committee took into consideration education, electricity and fuel prices before decided on the minimum wage.

 

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