Delhi Govt raises minimum wages of labourers_ANI
The Kejriwal Government raised the dearness allowance (DA) for labourers, on Friday. With the latest revision in the dearness allowance, the monthly wages for unskilled labourers have been raised from Rs 16,064 to Rs 16,506 per month.
Similarly, the wages for semi-skilled labourers have been increased from Rs 17,693 to Rs 18,187 per month.
Deputy Chief Minister Manish Sisodia said in a statement, ''The move will benefit unskilled, semi-skilled, skilled and other workers in all scheduled employment under the aegis of the Delhi Government.''
For skilled labourers, the wages have been increased from Rs 19,473 to Rs 20,019 a month. For graduates and those with higher educational qualifications, the monthly wages have been hiked from Rs 21,184 to Rs 21,756.
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