How Much Increase Salary in Budget 2022-23

The Government employees of Pakistan are always looking to search latest news about how much increase salary in Budget 2022-23. The coming budget 2022-23 is expecting to be announce in 10th June, 2022. Due to rapidly increasing the ratio of inflation that is why, we are expecting more from Govt of Pakistan to increase salary of employees upto 50 percent minimum. The following salaries are increased in federal and all other provinces;

〉 Salary Pension Conveyance Allowance Increase in Federal Budget 2022-23

KPK Budget 2022-23 Increase Salary 15% & Pension 15%

Salary & Pension Increase in Punjab Budget 2022-23

Sindh Govt Budget 2022-23 Salary Pension Increase

New Pension system proposed For Budget 2023-24:

The Government is working to reduce the pension load on the treasury. For the said purpose the Government has already constituted a pay and pension committee. There are chances that Government will introduce a new pension system soon. Govt may introduce a contributory pension system.

No Increase of Basic Salary after 25 Years’ service

There may be 2 points in this regard.

  • The government may not increase the basic pay and keep the allowances as separate heads whenever new scales introduce. The new scale may work for employees having less than 25 years of service.
  • The 2nd option as per my opinion is that the employees having 25 years of service or more will get the benefit of the revised pay scales. In this option, as you know that when we calculate pension we maximum use 30 years of service. If the employee has more than 30 years of service we don’t count for the pension calculation. As I already mentioned the full details regarding the calculation of pension and commute. Now the Government may reduce the same number from 30 to 25. Govt may not consider service for more than 25 years.

15% to 20% increase in Pay and Pension

The Government may grant a 15% to 25% Adhoc Relief Allowance as the new revised pay scales 2022 and new pension system may be late.

 Increase Salary in Budget 2021-22 Punjab, Sindh, KPK

Read More: Basic Pay Scale Chart 2022 Federal Government

Notification of Salary Increase 25% Govt Announces on 2022

One again; I congratulate to all the Government employees who will get 25% salary increase before the Budget 2021-22.  The Government representatives of Federal Minister for Defence Pervez Khattak, Federal Minister for Interior Sheikh Rashid Ahmed and Minister of state for Parliamentary Affairs Ali Muhammad Khan and representatives of Federal Government Employees has agreed on the following principle;

  1. Disparity Reduction Allowance @ 25% of the basic pay of BPS-2017 shall be allowed to those civil employees in BPS (1-19) of the Federal Government (including employees of Federal Secretariat and attached departments) who have never been allowed additional salary equal to or more than 100% of the basic pay (whether frozen or not) or performance allowance w.e.f. 01 March, 2021.
  2. The posts BPS (1-16) or equivalent will be upgraded on the pattern of Government of Khyber Pakhtunkhwa w.e.f. 01 March, 2021.
  3. The grant of time-scale will also be considered for adoption on the same pattern in the next budget.
  4. Adhoc Relief Allowance will also be considered to be made part of the basic salary w.e.f. July, 2021.
  5. The provinces will be recommended for adoption of above from their own resources

Notification of Salary Increase 25% Govt Announces on 11th Feb 2021

Now, everyone is confused that how much salary will increase after the announcement of this notification because if you read the paragraph “25% of the basic pay of BPS-2017″. There is a big confusion in the wording because it may be implementing on initial basic pay of 2017 or the running basic salary. All the employees are still waiting for the circular in which may be clarified this issue. I hope it will be implement on running basic salary because it is disparity reduction allowance. I am providing you a salary increase chart of 25% adhoc allowance will be effective from 1st March, 2021.

Salary Increase chart of 25% adhoc allowance

Salary Increase of 25% Disparity (BPS-01 To BPS-19)


Read More: Budget 2021-22 Pakistan Date

We are demanding from PTI Government to announce phenomenal budget 2022-23 of the history for employees of Pakistan and request from everyone to raise your voice in comments.

Salary Increase in Budget 2022-23 Pakistan  New  ]

The PML-N Government has increase 15% Salary with merging of previous adhoc relief allowances and also increase the 15% Pension to all the pensioners. The conveyance allowance has also been increase upto 100%. There are many other benefits have been announced in the budget 2022-23. If you want to read the facilities provided to all the government employees then open the below link for more information.  New  ]


Salary Pension Conveyance Allowance and Pay Scales 2022 in Budget Speech 2022-23


Basic salary of Government employees is expected to be increased upto 100% for the Grade-1 to Grade-22.

According to the Media reports, the basic decision of increasing salary has been taken by the Federal Services Committee of Dr. Ishrat Hussain. The salaries will be adjusted according to the salary package of 2017 with the following criteria given below;

Salary Package Expected in Budget 2022-23 Pakistan

Basic Pay Scale

Expected Salary increased in Budget 2022-23


Min 5000 to  Max 7000

Min 5500 to  Max 7500


Min 6000 to  Max 8000

Min 6500 to  Max 8500


Min 7000 to  Max 9000

Min 7500 to  Max 9500


Min 8000 to  Max 10,000

Min 8500 to  Max 10,500


Min 9000 to  Max 11,000

Min 9500 to  Max 11,500


Min 10,000 to  Max 12,000

Min 10,500 to  Max 12,500


Min 11,000 to  Max 13,000

Min 11,500 to  Max 13,500


Min 12,000 to  Max 14,000

Min 12,500 to  Max 14,500


Min 13,000 to  Max 15,000

Min 13,500 to  Max 15,500


Min 14,000 to  Max 16,000

Min 14,500 to  Max 18,000


Min 15,000 to  Max 19,000

Min 15,500 to  Max 20,000

100% Salary Increase in Coming Budget


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