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         Family Pension is admissible when a Government Servant dies while in service after completion of not less than one year continuous service or after retirement from service from the date following the date of death of the Government Servant or pensioner to the following family members

         Widow or widower, up to the date of death or re-marriage, whichever is earlier; Son, including son adopted legally until he attains the age of twenty five years or starts earning whichever is earlier ;

         In case of unmarried daughter/daughter adopted legally till she attains the age of 25 (twenty five) years or gets married or starts earning whichever is earlier;

         Parents, who were wholly dependent on the Government Servant when he/she was alive provided the deceased employee had left behind neither a widow nor a child.

         A judicially separated wife or husband; such separation not being granted on ground of adultery and the person surviving was not held guilty of committing adultery. Rule-54 (II-A).

         Exception :

         If the son or daughter of a Government Servant is suffering from any disorder or disability of mind (including mentally retarded) or is physically crippled or disabled so as to render him or her unable to earn a living even after attaining the age of twenty five years the Family Pension is payable/admissible to such son or daughter for life, subject to conditions as laid down in provision to Rule 54(6) of C.C.S. (Pension) Rules 1972.

         Family Pension is payable to one person at a time.

         Family Pension to the children shall be payable in the order of their birth and the younger of them will be eligible for family pension only after the elder next above him/her has become ineligible for Family Pension

         Exception :

         (i) Where the Family Pension is payable to more widows than one, the Family Pension shall be paid to the widows in equal share (e.g. in case of Muslim Government Servant).

         (ii) Where the Family Pension is payable to twin children it shall be paid to such children in equal share ;

         (iii) Where the deceased Government Servant or Pensioner is survived by eligible children of two wives, who are not alive, the eligible children shall be paid admissible Family Pension in equal share and when one share becomes ceased to be payable, it will be paid to other

(iv) If a person, who in the event of death of a Government Servant while in service is eligible to receive family pension under this Rule is convicted for the murder of the Government Servant shall be debarred from receiving the Family Pension which shall be payable to next eligible member of the family


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