New Delhi, February 8: The state government of Manipur is currently looking out for a feasible plan to implement the demands of 7th Central Pay Commission.

Manipur Finance Minister Y Joykumar Singh informed the house on the third day of the ongoing 4th Session of the 11th Manipur Legislative Assembly on Tuesday. A report said that the time for implementation of 7th Central Pay Commission recommendation in the State cannot be ascertained at this point of time.

The MoU signed between the State Government and Private Firms/Companies etc, and about the volume of investment and profit sharing, Joykumar revealed that in last two months 39 MoUs were signed during the North East Development Summit (NEDS).

Joykumar further informed that the volume of investments indicated in the MoUs are only indicative and initial projections are subject to variations as the investments details, activities and action plans are finalised.

Earlier this week, the House passed 38 demands for Supplementary Grants, amounting Rs 1,286 crores.

Earlier in January, the JAC, AMGEO and AMTUC had threatened to announce a series of agitation in case the Chief Minister does not take a concrete decision on the employees’ demanding to adopt the pay scales recommended by the 7th Central Pay Commission by January 31.

The spokesperson of JAC said that they have submitted a 22-point charter of demands to the previous government demanding payment of the 7th Pay Commission.