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Interpretation of dependency criterion for grant two family pensioners under the CCS(pension) rules, 1972- regarding

No 1/11/2011-P&PW(E)
Government of India
Ministry of personnel, PG and pension
Department of pension & pensioners welfare
Lok Nayak Bhawan Khan Market.
New Delhi The 30th November 2011
OFFICE MEMORANDUM
SUB: Interpretation of dependency criterion for grant two family pensioners under the CCS(pension) rules, 1972- regarding
The undersigned is directed to refer to this department’s O.M no.45/86/97-P&PW(A)-part I, dated 27th October ,1997 and OM .no.45/51/97-P&PW(E) dated 5th march 1998 regarding eligibility of depended parents, sons and daughters for receipt of family pension and the income /dependency criterion prescribed for that attention is also invited to O.M no.38/37/08-P&PW(A),dated 2nd September 2008 whereby the dependency criterion has been revised.
2. This department has been receiving communications from various quarters seeking clarification whether in the wake of the office memoranda referred to above, second family pension is admissible to a family pensioner who is already in receipt of an amount of family pension which is equal to more than the dependency criterion.
3. It is here by clarified that family pension admissible to beneficiary in respect of one deceased employees/pensioners is not to be counted as income for the purpose of determination of eligibility for the another family pension which is admissible in connection with another deceased employee/pensioner. However, any other income /earning of the beneficiary under consideration will be will be counted towards income for deciding eligibility for family pension

4 it is further clarified that the sum of amounts of family pensions admissible to a family pensioners as indicated above shall be regulated as per rule 54 (11) (a) of the CCS (pension) rule ,1972 as amended from time to time
5. This issues with concurrence of department of expenditure vide their I.D no .383/E.V/2011 22nd November,2011
s/d
(K.K. mittal)
Director

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