GO 179 Pay Protection amendment - GO 105 Amended - Para 6 Omitted

Public Services - Employees of local bodies who were appointed through A.P.P.S.C./D.S.C., in Govt. Service – Pay Protection – Amendment Orders – Issued. FINANCE (HR-II-FR) DEPARTMENT G.O.Ms.No. 179 Dt:29/11/2018. Government has removed the "Pay protection for former employees of Local Bodies who were appointed later through APPSC and DSC into Government Service on or after 10.12.2004, and who are continuing in Government Service as on today be given pay protection under FR 22(a)iv with monetary benefit from the date of issue of those orders i.e, 02.06.2011"

GO 179 Pay Protection amendment - GO 105 Amended - Para 6 Omitted

Read the following:
  • G.O.Ms.No. 105, Finance (FR II) Department, dated 02.06.2011. 
  • G.O.Ms. No. 45, Finance (FR II) Department ,dated 19.02.2014. 
  • Representation of A.P. Secretariat Association,Velagapudi, Amaravathi, dt:03.08.2018. 

ORDER:
  1. In the G.O first read above, Government have issued orders for the former employees of local bodies who are appointed later through A.P.P.S.C. and D.S.C., into Govt. Service on or after 10-12-2004, and who are continuing in government service as on today be given pay protection under F.R 22(a) (iv) with monetary benefit from the date of issue of those orders i.e, 02.06.2011. 
  2. 2. In the G.O second read above, Government issued further orders extending the benefit of pay protection to the employees of Local Bodies who are appointed later through APPSC and DSC in to Government service between 02.06.2011 and 31.12.2013. The monitory benefit allowed from the date of issue of those orders i.e.19.02.2014. 
  3. 3. In the reference third read above, the Andhra Pradesh Secretariat Association (APSA), Velagapudi has requested for protection of pay to the 2018 batch ASOs, who hailed from local body services i.e teachers under FR 22 (a)(iv) on par with the earlier batches. 
  4. 4. Government after careful examination of the matter taken a considered decision and here by issue amendment to omit the following phrase in para (6) of the G.O. first read above.

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