A draft of the revised rules has been prepared and is waiting for the government's approval, Devvarma told reporters yesterday.
He also said that the revised rules will be finalised and announced soon.
The decision should be rational and reasonable and take into consideration the problems of the people, he said.
The proposal will also be discussed with all the ministers, he said.
On the implementation of the 7th Central Pay Commission (CPC) benefits, the deputy chief minister said that work was being done for implementing the revised perks at a fast pace.
"We have commissioned a committee. It shall be done soon," he said.
Devvarma claimed that Tripura had the highest rate of government employees proportionate to the states population.
"We have 4.38 per cent of population as government employees. It is 0.35 per cent in Gujarat, 0.77 percent in Assam," he said.
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