|Veterans at the meeting.|
Thursday, June 20, 2013
ATTENTION VETERAN BROTHERS- SERIES-11
ATTENTION VETERAN BROTHERS SERIES-11
Know more about different types of pensions./ Awards.
A. INVALID PENSION – IP
If the qualifying service is 10 yrs or more but less than 15 yrs and the individual is invalided out of service and his percentage of disability is less than 20%, he will be granted INVALID PENSION.
2) If qualifying service 10 yrs or more but less than 15 yrs and invalided out on Low Medical category and the disability is neither attributable nor aggravated by military service, he will be granted invalid pension.
The invalid pension grante3d shall not be less than the Minimum pension of Rs.3500/- with effect from 1-1-2006.
B. SPECIAL PENSION FOR BLINDED SOLDIER.
Special Pension is granted to Fully or Partially blinded soldier ( assessed 40% or more)
The Rate is Rs.500/- per month with effect from 1-10-2001.
This will be denoted in the PPO having a prefix as D. This pension is not eligible for DA.
C. CONSTANT ATTANDANT ALLOWANCE.
This allowance is payable to 100% Disability pensioners. All the 100% disability pensioners are not eligible for this allowance, only those who are in need of attendant for day to days activities. This will be mentioned in the PPO.
The revised Rate is rs.3000/- per month from 1-1-2006 irrespective of Rank. This will be enhanced by 25% when the normal DA is increased by 50%. No DA for this allowance.
CAA is not payable :
During the period of Re-employment
During the period the pensioner was an inpatient in a hospital
When the pensioner has not actually employed an attendant.
C. DIVIDED FAMILY PENSION
When a pensioner dies leaving behind more than one wife/ children of first wife and second wife, the family pension will be divide in the ration 50: 50 to eligible son/daughter of first wife and second wife. The fixed medical allowance also will be divided in the same ratio.
For example :
The eligible family pension is say Rs.3500/-
It will be divided as Rs.1750/- for each beneficiary.
FMA……………………………150/- Plus the applicable DA.
When one of them becomes ineligible, then the 50% will be restored to the living beneficiary . For this restoration , the living one has to intimate the ineligibility to their Record office who in turn will write to CDA for getting sanction , that is PPO. Then only the bank can pay the restored full pension.