Jharkhand decided to increase DA by 7%

Dearness allowance - Jharkhand GovernmentJharkhand decided to increase DA by 7%

Following the Central Government, the another state Government of Jharkhand has decided to increase in Dearness allowance by 7% for its serving employees.

This decision was taken in the cabinet meeting, which was chaired by the Chief Minister Arjun Munda.

As per the reliable sources, approval of the first installment of additional Dearness allowance for this year 2012 to Jharkhand Government employees.

The existing rate of dearness allowance is now 58% and it would be revised as 65% with the retrospective from 1.1.2012.

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