New Delhi, August 22 (Xinhua) more than 18 million fixed salary employees have been unemployed in India since April this year, according to the latest report released by India’s economic monitoring center. According to the report, < / P > < p > in April, the unemployment situation in India was the most serious, with 17.7 million employees on fixed pay losing their jobs. The situation improved in June, adding 3.9 million jobs, but another 5 million people lost their jobs in July. < / P > < p > the report points out that although only about 21% of India’s total employed population is engaged in fixed pay jobs, it contributes more to India’s GDP than non fixed pay jobs. As a result, the rising number of employees receiving fixed pay will have a negative impact on India’s economic recovery. The Indian government began to implement the national blockade measures in March, and had to adjust the policy to take into account the economic development in May and gradually lift the blockade to a certain extent. As of August 20, India had more than 2.83 million new crown confirmed cases and more than 50000 deaths, according to the Ministry of health.