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DEFENCE SERVICES R E G U L A T I O N S

PENSION REGULATIONS
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THE ARMY
1961 PART II

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GOVT. OF INDIA MINISTRY OF DEFENCE

( Orders issued npto and for 31-8-1960 have been incorporated in this Book )
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PREFACE The Pension Regulations for the Army are divided into two parts as under : Part IContaining regulations regulating the pensionary awards of personnel of the Regular Army, the Defence Security Corps and the Territorial Army. Part IIContaining regulations relating to delegation of powers and pension procedure affecting the person nel whose pensions are regulated by the regulations in Part I. 2 The regulations in this Part supersede the rules in Pen sion Regulations for the Army in India, Part III (1940 Edition) and have been issued under the authority of the Government of India. 3 Except as otherwise provided in these Regulations or elsewhere, the regulations contained in this Part apply to person nel governed by the New Pension Code. Those who are not so governed or for whom no provision is made in these Regulations will continue to be governed by the Pension Regulations for the Army in India, Part I, II & III (1940 Edition) and other orders supplementary thereto. 4 No deviation from the regulations in this Part is permis sible without the prior sanction of the Government of India. 5 Permanent orders of only general application have been incorporated in these Regulations. Sanctions haying a purely transitory interest have, however, not been included, and where such sanctions are at variance with these Regulations, the sanc tions should be viewed as operative for only so long as tru,y remain in force. 6 The disposal of the rules in Pension Regulations for the Army in India, Part III (1940 Edition) and authority for each regulation in these Regulations are shown in two explanatory memoranda at the end of this part. O. PUIXA REDDI, Secretary to the GovL of India, Ministry of Defence.

NEW. DELHI,

The Ath April, 1961.

TABLE OF CONTENTS
F!reambte CHAPTER IGENERAL REGULATIONS REGULATIONS

Extent of application . Delay in settlement and payment of pension to be avoided Discussion of questions affecting pensionary entitlement of an individual . .. . . . . . . Cases not covered by regulations ... . . ... .
CHAPTER IIAPPLICATIONS FOR AND GRANT OF PENSIONS AND GRATUITIES

1 2 3 4

Section IGeneral When an application for pension or gratuity should be submitted Verification of service by the Accounts Officer . . . Report of the Accounts officer on applications for pension and gratuity . . . . . . . Rounding off of pensions and gratuities . * . . Communication of sanction to the Accounts Officer . . Section IIOfficers andtheir Families Procedure for the submission and disposal of applications for various pensionary awards . . . . . . Powers to sanction various pensionary awards . . . . Competent authority . . . . . . . . Section HIJunior Commissioned Officers, Other Ranks and Non-Combatants (Enrolled) and their Families Procedure for the submission and disposal of applications for various pensionary awards . . . . . Powers to sanction various pensionary awards . . . Competent authority . . . . , .
CHAPTER IIIANTICIPATORY PENSIONS, ADVANCES OF PENSIONS, PROVISIONAL PAYMENT OF FAMILY GRATUITY AND PENDING ENQUIRY AWARDS

S 9 10 11 12

16 17 18

20 21 22

Section IAnticipatory Pensions and Provisional Payment of Family Gratuity Sub-Section IAnticipatory Pensions Anticipatory pensions . . . . . . 26

Sub-section IIProcedure for Speedy Payment of Family Gratuity and Finalisation of Family Pension Claims in cases of Deaths due to Flying Accidents or Parachute Jumping Speedy payment of family gratuity and finalisation of family pension claims . . . . , . . Provisional payment of family gratuity Competent authority . . . Procedure for payment . . <
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Adjustment of provisional payment

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Section 11Junior Commissioned Officers, Other Ranks and Non-Combatants {Enrolled) and their Families Sub-section IAdvances of Pension Advances of service/invalid/special pensions . Advance of pension to destitute pensioners Sub-Section IIPending Enquiry Awards Object and nature of pending enquiry awards Circumstances in which pending enquiry award may be made Amount and date of effect To whom payable . . . Procedure Payments Termination of pending enquiry award Adjustment of pending enquiry awards Review of cases . . . . . . . .

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CHAPTER IVPAYMENT OF PENSIONS

Section IGeneral Date of commencement of pension Duration of pension . . . . . Agencies for payment of pension Drawal of pensions through agents Pensioners employed/re-employed under Government Re-employed disabled pensioners Payment in respect of insane pensioners Payment of pension by money orders Attachment of pension by civil courts . Transfer of payment of pension in India Issue of supplementary instructions Section IIOfficers and their Families Mode of payment How and by whom arrangements for payment are made Identification of pensioners Certificate regarding employment under a Government outside India or in a commercial firm . . . . . Payment of pension in respect of deceased pensioners Section IIIJunior Commissioned Officers, Other Ranks and Non-Combatants {Enrolled) and their Families Mode of payment . . . . . . How and by whom arrangements for payment are made .

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REGULA TIONS

Identification of a pensioner. . ' Forfeiture in whole or in part of pension of a pensioner who is , convicted of a serious crime or is guilty of grave misconduct not of a political nature . . , . . Forfeiture of pension of a pensioner who is convicted of a crime or is guilty of misconduct of a political nature . . . Restoration of pension forfeited . * Forfeiture of disability pension Of a pensioner who does not disclose his disability on re^employment . . . Payment of pension/gratuity in respect of deceased beneficia ries .,.'.... .. . . . . . . . . Payment of life-time arrears of pension by money orders:. Payment of compassionate allowance to. the widow or child of a Junior Commissioned Officer . . . , *
CHAPTER VLIMITATION OF CLAIMS

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Section IGeneral Claims for the initial grant of pension or allowance or gratuity . . . . , . ; . , * Section IIOfficers and their Families Special provisions for claims to pension in respect of widows Claims to arrears of pension by pensioners who fail to draw their pensions . , . . . Section IIIJunior Commissioned Officers, Other Ranks and Non-Combatants (Enrolled) & their families Claims for initial grant, revision and re-assessment of pension or allowance or gratuity . . . . . . Claims for counting former service for pension and gratuity . Definition of "claimant" . . . " '.' Claims to arrears of pension/unpaid gratuity
CHAPTER VIRECOVERIES AND OVERPAYMENTS

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Section IGeneral Recovery of public claim, regimental debts and regimental claims from pension . . . . . Mode of recovery of public claims (other than overpayments of pensions), regimental debts and regimental claims . Overpayments of pension Powers of the Controller of Defence Accounts (Pensions) to write off overpayments of pension . , . . Overpayments indicating defective system or serious failure of audit . ' Overpayments in India on account of erroneous grant of more than one family pension . . . . . Overpayments resulting from false certificates of widowhood or non-marriage-recovery from pension . . . . 93 94 95 96 ^ 100 101

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REGULA TIONS CHAPTER VHPROCEDURE FOR COMMUTATION OF PENSIONS PAGE

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Section II~Commissioned Officers including Officers of Mili tary Nursing Service Extent of application Age for commutation Submission of application and arrangement for medical exami nation Medical Board's feesBy whom borne in India Form of Medical Board Report . . . . Payment of commuted value . . . . Reopening of rejected applications for commutation and pay> tnent of fees for medical examination by a second medical Board Recovery of Public claims from the commuted value Commutation of anticipatory/provisional pension .

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APPENDICES
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I.List of pension paying stations in India where pensions paid from Defence Services Estimates are disbursed, II.Reports required for payment of advances of family gra tuity in cases of deaths due to flying accidents. HI.List showing the frequency of payment of pension to Armed Forces pensioners other than officers and their families. IV.Form of application for commutation of pension

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.AMENDMENT TO PENSION REGULATIONS IFORiTHB ARMY PART II (1991) ~ ' 7/IV/67 .Regulation 11 Reconstruct the first sub para as follows "Pensions and gratuities shall be calculated to the nearest multiple '.of five paise j i.e., where the exact amount works out to 2*5 paise or. more, it shall be taken to the next higher multiple of five paise, amount below 2-5 paise being disregarded". ; . [A.I. 281/64]. '"
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C. S. No. 42/X/67 Regulation JQ Add the following clause (e) "Whsa a pensioner is re-sxa mined by amjdical board vide Rsgulation 112, a copy of the report' of the Msdical Board which previously examined him/h;r will be forwar ded by th; Controller of Difsnce Accounts (Pensions) to the Midical Bsard which is convened to examine the pensioner for the second time.'' Authority:-Mm. of Def. letter No. A/01277/AG/PS4(c)/ 1327/D(Paisions/Ssrvices) dated 4 Mar 67. Mia. of Fin (Def) u/o No. 4109-Pen of 196?.

V. SHANKAR Secretary to the Govt. of Indie Ministry of Defence


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CHAPTER IGENERAL REGULATIONS


Extent of application Vl. Unless otherwise provided, the regulations in this part shall ap ply to all individuals whose pensions are regulated under Part I of these Regulations. . , ,_ ' Delay in settlement and payment of pension to be avoided 2J$kll officers dealing with pension claims shall bear in mind that delay in the payment of pension may involve great hardship and shall do everything in their power to prevent or shorten to the utmost such delays.., ,, , . ( ^ K^U^i .- t s i J . v S : / ^ / 6 l - . ' Discussion of questions affecting pensionary entitlement of an individual
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_ 3. Questions affecting the pension or pensionable service of an individual shall be considered as soon as they arise, provided a deci sion thereon depends on the actual circumstances of the case known at the time and not on hypothetical or abstract issues. Cases not covered by regulation ft 4. Cases not covered by the regulations but deemed worthy of special consideration may be submitted to the Government through 'the usual channels and the Accounts Officer concerned.

CHAPTER IIAPPLICATIONS FOR AND GRANT OF PENSIONS AND GRATUITIES


SECTION IGENERAL

When an application for pension or gratuity should be submitted 8. (a) An application for pension or gratuity shall normally be sub mitted as soon as possible after the occun-ence of the casualty which gives rise to the claim. (b) In order, however, to minimise as far as possible, delays in the issue of authority for payment of retiring/service pension or gratuity (disability pension in the case of T. B. patients), applications for such awards, accompanied by necessary documents, may be submitted to the Accounts Officer concerned prior to the anticipated date of transfer of the individual to the pension establishment. (c) In the cases referred to in clause (b), the sanctioning authority may sanction the pension not more than two months before the date from which it has to take effect. Verification of service by the Accounts Officer 9. In cases where a pension or gratuity is dependent on the length of an individual's qualifying service, such service shall normally be verified by the Accounts Officer as follows, before reporting on a claim for pension or gratuity or sanctioning the award:
Categories of personnel Documents to be used for verification (s) Commissioned officers including (i) Audited Army List. officers of the Military Nursing Service. (it) Personnel below officer rank . (ii) Sheet roll and m the case oi JCUs. also Army List ; and Gazette Notification where necessary(iii) Religious Teachers . . . (in) Sheet roil.

Report of the Accounts Officer on applications for pension and gratuity 10. The Accounts Officer receiving the application, after satisfy ing himself that it is complete in all respects shall, in cases where he is not himself the sanctioning authority, submit it to the prescribed au \ thority with an audit report upon the claim for pension, gratuity or ' allowance and the regulations applicable to the case. fa^ Rounding off of pensions and gratuities
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11. Pensions and gratuities shall be calculated to the nearest mul tiple of five naye paj.se; i.e., where the exact amount works out tc more than 2'5 naye paise, it shall be taken to the next higher multiple of five naye paise, amounts of and below 2-5 naye paise being disregard ed. The above provisions also apply to the calculations of portion oi pension to be commuted and .payment of capitalised value of commut ed portion of pension.
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Commimication of sanction to the Accounts Officer 12. Every sanction to the grant of a pension, allowance or gratuity shall be communicated to the Accounts Officer concerned who will ar range for its payment.

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SECTION IIOFFICERS AND THEIR FAMILIES

Procedure for the submission and disposal of applications for various pensionary awards 16. The procedure to be followed for the submission and disposal of applications for various pensionary awards including commutation of pension shall be as laid down in Table I. The instructions printed on the prescribed forms shall be complied with when applications are submitted. __ Powers to sanction various pensionary awards 17. Unless otherwise provided, the grant of pension, gratuity or allowance which is admissible under the rules specified in column 2 may be sanctioned by the authorities designated in column 4 of Table JI. Competent authority 18. The authority competent to exercise powers for the purpose of various rules in respect of officers and their families shall be as indicated in column 4 of Table III. 19.

4 SECTION IIIJUNIOR COMMISSIONED OFFICERS, OTHER RANKS ANT> NON-COMBATANTS (ENROLLED) AND THEIR FAMILIES

Procedure for the submission and disposal of applications for various pensionary awards 20. The procedure to be followed for the submission and disposal of applications for various pensionary awards shall be as laid down in Table IV. The instructions printed on the prescribed forms shall be complied with when applications are submitted. Powers to sanction various pensionary awards 21. Unless otherwise provided, the grant of a pension, gratuity or allowance which is admissible under the regulation specified in column 2 may be sanctioned by the authorities designated in column 4 of Table V. Competent authority 22. The authorities competent to exercise powers for the purpose of various regulations in respect of Junior Commissioned Officers, Other Ranks and Non-Combatants (Enrolled) and their families shall be as. indicated in column 4 of Table VI. 23.

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(b) Against item 5, in column 3, of Table 1 for "MPK nm/P ! read "MPB-510/Pensio^ or M^B-mij^oS' " ^ ^ r ^ E : 5 1 1 / P e ^ i ^ . . . i s > e d - ^brothers/sisters). (e) Forihs existing entries below "mitsirlp T-n/l ;a ", t gmn* item 6 of t a b ! 1 U h ^ t t t ^ l . ! g * Cl*m 'Erom the applicant to the Secretary to the Governs ent nf T ^ Ministry of Defence, through the Indian M S ^ ^ t f ^ and Controller of Defence A o o a a n t a ^ S ^ C n C e X n e d
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In case of awards to overage children under the provisions of regulations 99 and 103, Part I where a child is shown as incapable of self-support, it will also be necessary to produce a certificate from a medical board to be arranged by the local military autho rities at the request of the Controller of Defence Ac counts (Pensions) to the effect that the child is incapable of self-support by reason of in firmity which arose before the child reached the prescribed age limit.

(3) (a) Court order or other docu ments to show that the child is in the legal custody of a person^other than the mother . or step-mother ; and (b) A certificate that he/she is maintaining the child, for grant of children's allow ance at motherless rate under the.note below clause (b) of regulation 95, Part I of these Regulations. (4) When death occurs while in service : fa) Death certificateIAFA-393.

(b) In case of disease : O.C., unit and medical officer's report on the case IAFM-1231. In case of death due to ac cident : Injury reportIAFY-2006 or where the injury report has not been rendered, such other documentary evidence rela ting to the injury, as may be available, Proceedings of the court of en quiry, IAFD-931, where held, together with other medical do cuments as may be prescribed from time to time, (5) When death occurs after retire ment : (a) Death certificate, (b) Medical certificate with cli nical notes, if any, from a registered medical practi tioner who last attended up on the deceased officer prior to his death indicating the nature of the^discase. t'b) Education allowance (1) Application for education al- From the claimant to the Con On receipt of the claim the Con troller of Defence Accounts troller of Defence Accounts alowance in respect of children , in respect of com (Pensions) will render an audit (Pensions). MPB531. missioned officers, report to the Ministry of (2) MPJ-3. Defence.

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(1) Application for pensionMPB Forms at items-Cl) & (2) from the On receipt of copy of the Government orders communicat 510/Pensions. % M ? 0 % \ t / L claimant to the Controller of ing the decision that the Defence Accounts (Pensions). (2) MPC-60. lS^ ' f' - '* Medical & other documents * death is due to or hastened i (3) Medical & other"documents by military service, the Con same as at item 4(a) above. same as at item 4(a) above. troller of Defence Accounts (Pensions) will submit an audit report to the Ministry of Defence.

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Item No. Reference to Regulations Nature of award and categories of personnel Authority competent to sanction the grant of pension etc, in respect of whom the authorities speci fied in column 4 are competent to sanction pension etc.

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(i) Commissioned officers other than officers of the Military Nursing service: (a) Retiring pension (a) Ministry of Defence provided an award is made in accordance with the audit report of the Controller of Defence Accounts (Pensions) except where an officer is cashiered or dismissed by sentence of court martial. (b) (i) Ministry of Defence provided the President decides that disability is attributable to or aggravated by military service and an award is made in conformity with the audit report of the Controller of Defence Accounts (Pensions). (ii) Controller of Defence Accounts (Pensions) as regards con tinuance of disability pension. (c) (i) Special family pension and Chil dren's allowance to children below the age of 18. (c) Ministry of Defence provided the President decides that the cause of death of the officer was dise to or aggravated by military service, and an award is made in accordance with the audit report of the Controller of Defence Accounts (Pensions).

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'dhli 111 (Referred to in Regulation 18) (a) Against item 7-A, in column 2, for the entry " 3 4 2 " read "342 and 348" and in column 5, insert a he following : *W. B.'A GOC-in-C. may, at his discretion, delegate h : s powers to the Chief of Staff at Command HCi, the Area Commanders and the Indep Sub Area Commanders." (b) In column 5, against item 12, insert the following : "JV. B.A GOC-in-C may, at his discretion, delegate his powers to the Chief of staff at Command HQ,, the Area Commanders and the Indep Sub Area Commanders." (c) Add the following fresh item " 1 3 " with connected entries as shown below :

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[Letter No. A/13092/AG/PS4(C)/104-I6/D;Pensiom/Services), dated the H th October 1965.] [Ministry of Finance (Def.) u. o. No- I8ii6-Pcn,, dated 14-1-1967.] 1 12 D . M, R. & F. (N. DO/67

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Ordinary family pension and chil dren's allowance to children below the age of 18.

(d) Ministry of Defence provided an award is made in ac cordance with the audit report of the Controller of Defence Accounts (Pensions).

In circumstances not covered by above, the competent authority will be the President. N.B.In the case of widows and children, .the Controller of De fence Accounts (Pensions) shall have the power to pay gratuities authorised in the Regulations when they are clearly admissible and admit pensions under Regulations provisionally, in anti cipation of the sanction of the competent authority. (ii) Officers of the Military Nursing Service . (a) Controller of Defence Accounts (Pensions). (a) Retiring pension . . (b) Disability pension . '". . (b) (i) Ministry of Defence provided that the President decides that the disability is attributable to or aggravated by mili tary service and an award is made in conformity with the audit report of the Controller of Defence Accounts (Pen sions). (ii) Controller of Defence Accounts (Pensions) as regards continuance of disability pension. In circumstances not covered by above, the competent authority will be the President. 2 Chapter V . . Officers of the Territorial Army : (a) Controller of Defence Accounts (Officers). (a) Terminal gratuity . . (b) Disability and special family pen (b) Same as in item (1) above. sionary awards.

Table III (Referred to in Regulation 18)


Item No. Reference to Regulation No. Categories of personnel in respect of whom competent authority shall exercise its powers Competent authroity

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Commissioned Officers of the Terri- Director, Territorial Army, Army Offi torial Army. Headquarters. In India Commissioned Officers and officers G.O.C-in-C of the Command of the of the Military Nursing Service. area in which the pensioner resides. Outside India President

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PART I I (1961) C. S. No. 6/IV/67 \iegulation 18 (Table III)

(a) In column 2 against item 7-A of table I I I referred to in Regula tion 18, insert the following "and 348", (b) In column 5 against item 7-A of table I I I referred to in Regula tion 18, insert the following "N B 4 GOC-In-C may, at his discretion, delegate his powers * to the Chief of Staff at Command HQ, Area Commanders and Indep Sub Area Commanders". [Letter No. A/l3092/AG/PS4(c)/10416/D(PensionS/Services) dated the Mth October 1965]. FM of E (D) n.o. No. 1788 Pea B of 1966]. 1 .. \ ; V.SHANEAR Secretary to ike Government of Irtdiv Ministry of J>J>

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Commissioned Officers and their families. (i) Commissioned Officers (Other than officers of Military Nursing Service, and their families,

President. Exception. The Controller of Defence Accounts (Pensions) shall be competent to readmit a pensioner to pension establishment and pay him full arrears, if he is satisfied with the explanation of the pensioner. (ii) Officers of the Military Nur Controller of Defence Accounts sing Service and their depen(Pensions). . dants,

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Commissioned Officers and officers G.O.C-in-C Command, of the Military Nursing Service. -Commissioned Officers and their In India families and officers of Military Commander of an Area or Indepen Nursing Service and their depen dent Sub-Area in which the pen dants. sion is drawn. Outside India President. Commissioned Officers and officers of In India the Military Nursing Service, G.O.C-in-C Command of the area in which the pensioner resides. Outside India President. t>'ffrc 7 l\ ft

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Table IV (Referred to in Regulation 20)


Item No. Nature of claim Forms of application and supporting To whom application should be documents submitted 4 1 Counting of for mer service for pension and gra tuity, (i) I.A.F.A.365. . (Ii) Sheet rolls (including enrol ment forms) in respect^ of present and previous service. From the Record Officer to the Pay In the absence of necessary Accounts Officer (Other Ranks) documents in respect of former service, the Pay Accounts attached to the Record Office. Officer (Other Ranks) will submit the claim to the Con troller of Defence Accounts (Other Ranks) who may admit the claim if he is satisfied with the corroborative evidence of former service produced by the Record Officer. In cases where the circumstances of discharge from former ser vice were such as to entitle the person concerned to gratuity in respect of that service and there is no reliable docu mentary evidence to prove that gratuity was paid to him, it should invariably be assumed that the gratuity was paid and the amount of gratuity to which he was entitled should be recovered from the indivi dual in a lump-sum or in instalments, as may be Remarks

considered justified, before the former service is allowed to . count. Doubtful cases should, however, be submitted for orders of the Government of India. Service pension/ gratuity and spe cial pension/gra tuity. Discharge roll- IAFY-1948 (a) Service!Special pension A/AFMSF-16. (ii) Sheet roll (including enrol From the Record Officer to the Controller of Defence Accounts ment form). . (in) Sanction of the competent. (Pensions). authority, where such is necessary under rules. (iv) Last pay certificate-IAFA- (b) Service I Special gratuity 447. (v) A declaration in terms of From the Record Officer to the Pay Accounts Officer (Other Ranks) Regulation 26 in case where attached to the Rocord Office; anticipatory pension is except in cases of invaliding where claimed. (vi) Claim for gratuity-IAFA-370. the claim will be submitted to the Controller of Defence Accounts (vii) A certificate from the Pay Accounts Officer (Other (Pension) . Ranks) concerned regarding the reckonable|pay and allow ances for purposes of gratu, ity, where the gratuity, claim is submitted to the Controller of Defence Accounts (Pen sions). (i) Discharge roll-1AFY-1948-A/ From the Record Officer to the A.F.M.S.F.-16. Controller of Defence Accounts (ii) Sheet roll (including enrol(Pensions)... ment form). '_ ^ '

Pension or gratuity in lieu in respect. of reservists.

3 (iii) Certificate from the reservist electing to receive a pension or gratuity in lieu. (iv) Sanction of the compentent authority, where such is necessary under rules. (v) Last Pay Certificate I.A.F.A. -447.

4 Disability pension

(i) Invaliding medical board From the Record Officer to the proceedings-A.F.M.S.F.-16. Controller of Defence Accounts (ii) Medical categorisation form (Pensions). A.F.B.-179(c). (iii) Medical History EnvelopeA.F.M.S.F.-l together with other medical documents as may be prescribed from time to time. (iv) Service and casualty formIAFF-958. (v) In case of disease : OC, Unit and Medical Officer's report on the case-IAFM -1231. In case of injuries : Injury reportIAFY-2006, or where the injury report has not been rendered, such other documentary evidence rela ting to the injury, as may be available. Proceeding of the court of enquiry IAFD-931. where held.

(vi) Extracts from Part II orders or from the casualty lists received, if the casualty is classified as "Battle Casual ty" or "Battle Accident". (vii) Sheet roll (including En rolment Form, Recruit Pro gress Card and Conduct Sheet-AFB 122-M). (viii) Last pay certificate-IAFA-447 5 Original grant of i I. A.F.A.-366(a) in duplicate. From the Record Officer to the Confamily pension troller of Defence Accounts (Pento eligible heirs. 2 Sheet roll of the deceased soldier sions). and I.A.F.F.-958, , 3 Medical History Envelope-A.F. M.S.F.-I together with other , medical documents as may be prescribed from time to time. 4 Birth certificates of minor children, if available. 5 (A) When death of a soldier occurs while in service : (i) Death certificate and certify cate of attributability i.e.,, I.A.F.A.-393, Parts I and
II.
.

<ii) I.A.F.M.-1231, if death is due to disease or Court of inquiry proceedings on I.A.F.D.-931 orl.A.F.Y-

2006 (as the case may be, vide R.A.I. Instruction 466) if death is due to an injury or where the injury report has not been rendered, such other documentary evidence relating to the injury, as may be available. (iii) Extracts from Part II orders or from casualty lists receiv ed, if the casualty is classi fied as "Battle Casualty" or "Battle Accident", (B) When death of a soidier occurs after his discharge from ser vice : (i) A death certificate signed by a qualified medical practi tioner who may have treated the deceased prior to his death ; or failing that (ii) an extract from the village or municipal death register ; or failing that also (iii) the statemen t of the claimant and two reliable and disin terested witnesses as to : (a) the nature and symptems of disease of which the individual died; (h) the duration of illness ; and

3 (c) medical treatment, if any * received by the deceased after his discharge from ser vice. ' (iv) First application (in original) from the claimant, if any. 6 Explanation of the officer com manding unit etc. or the claimant or both for delay in cases of bela ted submission of the claim.

6 Children's allowance 1 I.A.F.A, 366(b) in duplicate ""

From the Record Officer to the Controller of Defence Accounts 2 Documents mentioned at Nos, 2,' (Pensions), 4 and 6 in column 3 against item

Pension Pensionary bene (i) I.A.F. Y.-1948-A/A.F.M.S.F.-16 From the Record Officer to the as the case may be, duly com- Controller of Defence Accounts fits to eligible pleted to the extent possible, (Pensions), widows where as in the case of service pension cause of death is . claims. not attributable to or aggravated (ii) Sheet roll. by -military ser (iii) Last pay certificate-I.A.F. A.-447, together with Pay Accounts vice. Officer's certificate regarding substantive rank and group held during the last two years of service. (iv) I.A.F.A,-366() duly investiga ted by the civil authorities. .

r(v) A certificate to the effect that the individual has not elected to be governed by Old Pension Code, Gratuity

1
(0 Sheet roll. From the Record Officer to the Con troller of Defence Accounts (Pen 00 I.A.F.Y.-1948-A duly completed to the extent possible as in the sions.)
(iii)

(v) (v) (vi)

case of claims for service gratuity. I.A.F.A,-370 together with Pay Accounts Officer's certificate regarding the reckonable pay and allowances for purposes of gratuity. Last pay certificatc-I.A.F.A.-447. LA.F.A.-366(a) duly completed by the civil authorities. A certificate to the effect that the individual has not elected to be governed by Old Pension Code.

Transfer of family 1 T.A.FA. 366(a) in duplicate. From the Record Officer to the Con- On receipt from the pension pension to the t r H e r of Defcnce Acc disbursing officers of the inti 2 Certificate of death/disqualification " t s (Penwidow. sions.) mation of death or disquali of the original recipient based on fication of an heir other than a investigation by local civil autho widow, the Controller of De rities. fence Accounts (Pensions) will immediately pass on the in 3 Explanation for the delay by the formation to the Record Record Officer in case of belated Officer concerned who will claims together with the original thereupon initiate the claim for application of the widow, if any the transfer of family pension received. to the widow. If in any case, 4 Sheet roll. the Officer Commanding of a

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> Regimental Centre/Record Office independently receives intimation of the death/dis qualification of an heir other than the widow from other sources, he will not wait for a confirmation from the Con troller of Defence Accounts. (Pensions) but will immediately initiate action as indicated above, Continuance of 1 I.A.F.A. 366(c) in duplicate to- From the Record Officer to the Confamily pension to troller of Defence Accounts (Pen gether with first application in parent (s). sions). original from, the claimant. 2 Documents mentioned at Nos. 2 and 6 in column 3 against item 5. 10 Family pension to 1 I,A.F.A.-366(rf) in duplicate. From the Record Officer to the Con On . receipt of the claim, the Controller of Defence Accounts foster parents or troller of Defence Accounts (Pen (Pensions) will submit an a step child or 2 Documents mentioned at Nos. 2 sions). But .fee R, A.I. Instructions, audit report to .the Ministry minor brother & 208-A as amended. to 6 in column 3 against item 5. of Defence, sister. 11 Advance of ser- Application on I.A.F.A.-370. vice/invalid/spe cial pensions, From the Record Officer to the Con As soon as the pension is sanc tioned, the Controller of De troller of Defence Accounts (Pen fence Accounts (Pensions) willsions). make payment of the advance and will simultaneously notify the fact in the pension payment orders.

to

12 Compassionate al A.F.Z.-2158 (in duplicate). lowance to widows and children of deceased Junior Commissioned Officers where death is not attri butable to military service.

From the Record Officer to Army Record Officer may also review Headquarters (A.G.'s Branch) and sumbit, if necessary, any direct, to reach them by 15th June case which may have pre annually. viously been submitted to Army Headquarters or the Indian Soldiers', Sailors' and Airmen's Board for considera tion in connection with the distribution of other charitable funds. Once the grant of a compassionate allowance in any particular case has been sanctioned by the competent authority, the further proce dure to be followed shall be the same as in the case of the family pension claim of a pensioner.

I FOR THE ARM i , r , i ^ ~- j&~1 -, C. S. No. 43T,68 fable IV referred to in Regulation 20, insert the following as "NOTE 1" at the end of the T a b l e : ^ O T E i _ A l l casesof death from disease, accidental injury, luicidc or mu.-der, invalidation on account of disease of accidental injury, regardless of the circumstances, in which the death/invalidation occurred will be submitted by he Officer-m-Charge, Regiment/Corps Record Office, to the Controller of Defence Accounts (Pensions) as claims for disability or family pension, as the case may be, with the exception of the undermentioned types of cases: W Cases where an individual outlives a normal span of 4 ' life, i.e. where death takes place at the age of 60 years or above. fb) Cases where an individual was discharged on other than medical grounds with a service pension/gratuity and the cause of death is other than a aisease(C) Cases of reservists who die whilst in reserve (except when called up for service or training) and the cause of death is other than a disease. However, doubtful cases amongst the except*! categories referred to above all invariably be referred to the Controller of Defence Accounts (Pensions) for decision . {Authority .--Army Order No. 97/63). file No, A i r J K Q / ^ ^ / P P & R ^ TSTofF. (D) U/O NO. 56i>2-Pen. of 1967. (V. SHANKAR) Secretary to the Govt. of'Indie Ministry of Defence.
PNLK-4/DMR&F/68--7-6-687,210

faMe V (Referred to in Regulation 20


Item No. Reference to Regulations Nature of the award and categories of personnel in respect of whom the authorities specified in column 4 are competent to sanction pension etc. Authorities competent to sanction the grant of pension .etc.

Chapter III Parti

Junior Commissioned Officers, Other Ranks, Reservists and Non-Combatants (Enrolled). All awards -..;. .- . . * .. Controller of Defence Accounts (Pensions); and Controller of Defence Accounts (Other Ranks) or other officers authorised by him in the case of service gratuity other-than in invaliding cases.

Chapter IV Part 1

junior Commissioned Officers and Other Ranks. (De fence Security Corps) All awards . . . . Ditto.

Chapter Parti

Junior Commissioned Officers, Other Ranks and NonCombatants (Enrolled) (Territorial Army). (a) Terminal gratuity . . . . (a) Controller of Defence Accounts (Other Ranks) or other officers authorised by him.

(ft) Disability and special family pensionary awards, (b) Controller of Defence Accounts (Pensions),

(Referred Hem No. Reference to Regulation No,

Table VI to in Regulation 22)

Categories of personnel in respect of whom competent authority shall excrcase its powers

Competent authority

Remarks

Pension Regulations Part I (j) Honorary Commissioned Officers Cliief of the Army Staff. and Junior Commissioned Officers. (ii) Other Ranks and Non-Combatants O. C , Unit provided he is not below the (Enrolled), rank of Lt.'Colonel ; in other cases, the Sub-Area Commander (Area Comman der in case of units working directly under Area Headquarters). Junior Commissioned Officers, Other Area or independent Sub-Area Commander Ranks and Non-Combat ants (Enrolled). Ditto. Ditto. Ditto. Area Commander after considering the advice of his A.D.M.S., shall decide whether an individual is guilty of aggra vating or retarding the cure of his dis ability, G.O.C.-in-C Command. Ditto.

116

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518

5 6

124 125

Ditto. ' Ditto.

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Junior Commissioned Officers, Other Ranks and Non-Combatants (Enrolled).

Controller of Defence Accounts (Other Ranks) or other officers authorised by him. N.B.U the payment or non-payment of gratuity in respect of former service cannot be proved owing to" loss or des truction of official records, it shah be assumed that the gratuity, if it was ad missible under the rules., extant at the time of discharge from former service, was paid. Permission to count former service shall be granted only after an amount equal to the sum so admissible is refunded in full,
JO

126(c)

8 9 10 11

1.34 140 148 175

Area or Independent Sub-Area Commander for condition 2, and Controller of De fence Accounts (Other Ranks) for condition 3, Junior Commissioned Officers and Other G.O.C-in-C Command. Ranks/ (i) Junior Commissioned Officers (ii) Other Ranks * , . , Non-Combatants:(Enrolled). .
4

Ditto.

Area or Independent Sub-Area Commander. O.C., Unit. ' .


Djttoi

13

187

Junior Commissioned Officers, Other Ministry of Defence Ranks and Non-Combatants (Enrolled), i . .. : Ditto. Controller of Defence Accounts (Tensions).

14 15 16 207
228(a) 288(c)

Junior Commissioned Officers, Other Controller of Defence Accounts (Pensions). Ranks and Non-Combatants (Enrolled). -. Ministry of Defence. Family pensioners Ditto. Ditto. Controller of Defence Accounts (Pensions). Ministry of Defence.

17 IS

253 272

Junior Commissioned Officers, Other A.G., Army Headquarters. Ranks and Non-Combatants (Enrolled). Accounts (i) Controller of Defence (Pensions). (ii) Ditto, (ii) Other Ranks Junior Commissioned Officers, Other O. C. ; the Sub-area or equivalent CornRanks and Non-Combatants (Enrolled). mander ; or in the absence of such a For mation, the Area or equivalent Comman der, appropriate to the location of the unit of the individual. (j) Junior Commissioned Officers Pension Regulations Part II Junior Commissioned Officers, Other Controller of Defence Accounts (Pensions). Ranks and Non-combatants (Enrolled). Ditto. Junior Commissioned Officers, Other Ranks and Non-Combatants (Enrolled) and their families. Area or Independent Sub-Area Commander. Ditto. Ditto. Ditto. Ditto. Ditto.

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318

21 22 23 24 25

56 57 74 75 76

AMENDMENT TO PENSION REGULATIONS FOR THE ABMY, PART II (1961) ll/IV/67 Table VI (Regulation 22) Insert t i e following as item 20 in the Table 1 "20 2 3 i

350 Commutation of pension of Controller of Defence AcJunior Commissioned Officers, counts (Pensions). including those granted Honorary Commission, ORs and non-combatants (en rolled) of the regular Army and DSC, SSRC/TC officers. NOTEThis applies also to erstwhile State Forces pensioners",

26

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(i) Junior Commissioned Officers, Other Controller of Defence Accounts (Pensions). Ranks and Non-Combatants (En rolled) and their families other than those drawing pensions at the trea suries specified below. (ii) Pensioners drawing pension at the following treasuries : Kathmandu . Gorakhpur Darjeeling . , . Military Attachee/Assistant Muitary Attachee, Indian Embassy, Nepal. R. O. or Dy. R, O. and Record Officer or A.R.O. for Gorkhas, Kunraghat. Dy. R.O. and Record Officer or A.R.O., Ghoom, Darjeeling. / Dy. R.O. and Record Officer or A.R.O., Ghoom or Collectors Darbhanga and Purnea, as the case may be. R. O. or Dy. R.O. and Record Officer or A.R.O. for Gorkhas Kunraghat or the Deputy Commissioners, Bahraich and Gonda, as the case may be. Note.Whenever a competent authority specified in this clause readmits,to pension establishment a pensioner who has been struck off that establishment, a copy of his sanction together with pensioner's explanation for non-drawal of pension shall be submitted in support of the first payment to the Controller of Defence Accounts (Pensions).

Darbhanga and Purnea . Bahraich and Gonda

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1 2 3 4

26A

94

Junior Commissioned Officers, Other G.O.C.in-C Command. Ranks and Non-Combatants (Enrolled). In India including Nepal

27

93

Junior Commissioned Officers, Other Commander of the Area or Independent Ranks and Non-Combatants (Enrolled) Sub-Area in which the pension is drawn. and their families,
Outside India. President.

28 29

100 101

Family pensioners .

G.O.C.-in-C Command Commander of the An

Ditto.

Sub-Area in which the pension is d .ravvn.

AMENDMENTS T H E P E N f f l ^

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The Mowing amendment, a made--

!n the l a d i n g Mete the W due to ^ _ _ parachute jumping and wwers _ J action, nyin g accidents or p a - h u t * jumprag or * employed m aid of civrl power . T> i + 9R rfele'e the words "due to flying (6) In line 4 of the Begulation 28, Me,e m following_ ( > accidents or parachute jumping and * t

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CHAPTER IIIANTICIPATORY PENSIONS, ADVANCES OF PENSIONS, PROVISIONAL PAYMENT OF FAMILY GRATUITY AND PENDING ENQUIRY AWARDS
. .SECTION IANTICIPATORY PENSIONS AND PROVISIONAL PAYMENT
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- Sub-Section. IAnticipatory Pensions "X J' ^.M^'l ' Anticipatory pensions \^ 26. (a) Subject to the provisions of- clause (c) below, when delay : N w is anticipated in reporting on the claim to pension of a Commissioned Officer or in the final sanction of a pension to <i) an officer of the Mili lary Nursing Service or (ii) a Junior Commissioned Officer, Other Rank or Non-Combatant (Enrolled), the Controller of Defence Accounts (Pen sions) may, upon a declaration as follows by the individual concerned, sanction the immediate disbursement of the retiring/service pension to 'which, after the most careful summary investigation that he can make ' without delay, he believes the individual to be entitled: Declaration: Whereas the Controller of Defence Accounts (Pensions) has con sented, provisionally to advance to me the sum of Rs... p.m. in anticipation of the completion of the enquiries neces sary to enable the pension sanctioning authority to , fix the' ' amount of my pension, I hereby acknowledge that, in accept-. : ing this advance, I fully understand that my pension is subject . t o revision on the completion of the necessary enquiries, and I promise to raise no objection to such: revision on the ground i:;, that the provisional:pension paid to me exceeds the pension to which I may be eventually found entitled. I further promise to repay any amount advanced to me in excess of the pension to which I may be eventually found entitled.

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NOTE.In the case of Gorkha personnel below officer's rank domiciled/ residing in Nepal, the anticipatory pension will be ; sanctioned without prior production of the declaration. form. However* the pension disbursing officer will invariably obtain this; declaration form from the pensioner before making first payment of anticipatory pension and forward it to the Controller of Defence e t Accounts (Pensions)... .,. ; . . : /^l^i^<7i^ - ^

(b) If, upon the completion of the necessary investigation, it be ^^Cg^fe^ found that the pension thus summarily assigned differs from the pension finally settled, the difference shall, be adjusted in the first subsequent payment ' '' J^j^^^f(c) No anticipatory pension shall, however, be sanctioned to an"" -^r^^SP individual when intimation isi received that he was involved, whilst in .<rf service, in a loss or irregularity relating to public funds, which is under ^ \ J M ^ ^ investigation.

27.

30

Sub-Section HProcedure for speedy payment of family gratuity and finalisation of family pension claims in cases of deattis due to flying accidents or parachute jumping Speedy payment of family gratuity and finalisation of family pen m sion claims. ^ 28. The procedure in this sub-section is intended to ensure speedy payment of family gratuity and finalisation of family pension claims in cases ot death of army personnel including Territorial Army personnel. due to flying accidents or parachute jumping. The highest priority will" be given to the completion of proceedings of the court of enquiry: which have a vital bearing on the finalisation of the pensionary awards I in this \ fVS o f c ase. It will be ensured that no delay occurs at any stage io,^;Vv-' forwarding the proceedings with the necessary remarks to the Govern, 'T1^ f- t h r o u S h t h e prescribed channels. Claimants will be assisted ir| I \ . A Ming up the details in the prescribed pensionary forms. The offices c! S_i recruiting organisation will take action personally to reduce to th^ ^ minimum the time necessary for the verification of the details of the claims by the civil authorities. The detailed procedure to be followed in regard to initial action and reporting progress in the finalisation of the claim is laid down in Appendix II. Provisional payment of family gratuity. 29. (a) The competent authority may pay an amount equivalent to /5 per cent of the family gratuity vide regulations 104 and 232 of ^ art I of these Regulations (subject to eventual adjustment against the family pensionary awards) immediately on receipt of the prescribed re port accompanied by the relevant documents, to the widow of an offiW or to the family of a Junior Commissioned Officer, Other Rank or Non ; Combatant (Enrolled) who is killed while on flying duty in a service air craft or while being carried on duty in a service aircraft under proper authority. (b) The provisional payment of family gratuity will be adjusted ire accordance with regulation 32. (c) The gratuity shall be calculated with reference to the paid act ing rank held in respect of casualties on or before 31st May 1963, or if no such rank was held, with reference to the substantive rank of thedeceased individual vide regulation 93 and regulation 223 and notesthereunder of Part I of these Regulations. Competent authority. 30. The competent authority for the purpose of regulation 29 will' be the Controller of Defence Accounts (Officers) where the deceased in dividual was an officer, and Pay & Accounts Officer concerned in other eases, Procedure for payment. 31. <a) Where the deceased individual was an officer (i) The Controller of Defence Accounts (Officers) will autho rise the treasury from which the widow desires payment

AMEMDMENT TO PENSION REGULATIONS FOR THE ARMY, PART-JI (1.961) 15/IV/67 -gidalion 31
fl :

In clause {b)[ii) of the Regulation for the portion commencing with ' intimation as under'1 and ending with "found to be admissible", substi tute the following "Intimation as under, as the ease may be, will be included in the footnote of the money order form Cases of death due to fifing accidents or parac/mie jumping The sum of Rs as family gratuity consequent on the death of your (here insert relationship, rank and name of the deceased individual) is sent herewith as provisional payment till the necessary enquiries and investigations are completed and your correct Ultitlement to the pensionary award, in respect of the late is determined. The amount now advanced will be adjusted against :!he family pensionary awards which are finally found to be admissible", Cases of death in action, due to wound .sustained in action or of violent deatn in aid of civil power 'The sum of Rs as family gratuity consequent on the death of your (here insert relationship, rank a,nd name of the deceased individual), is sent herewith. This amount represents the final payment of family gratuity and no further award of gratuity will be admissible to any other heir if, after c: mpletion of necessary enquiries and investigation, it is found that special family pension is admissible to any such heir". [M of D letter No. 77178/AG/PS4()/2668/l/Pen-CJ dated 3rd May, 1961].

AMENDMENT TO PENSION REGULATIONS FOE THE AEMY,


PART I I (1961) H/IV/67 Regulation 29J{a) (a) Tisf woids "a sewice aircraft" occuiring in the Eegulation. is substituted by "an. aircraft", (6) .Clause (c) of this Eegulation may be deleted. [A.I. ,56/63 and Coirigendimi No. 25/63 to AI I/S/53].

mmmm AMENDMENT TO PENSION REGULATIONS FOR THE ABMY,

.PART
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16/IV/67

^Regulation 32 Following amendments are made to the.Regulation (a) In line 3, clause {a), delete the words "made by way of 75 per , cent".. (b) In line 3, clause (b), delete the words "of 75 per cent". [M. of D. letter No. 7717S/AG/PS4()/2668/Pen-C, dated 3rd May, .,-.'. 1961]. r^<.

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31 to make payment of the appropriate amount Where pay ment is desired through a Branch of the State Bank of India, a crossed cheque will be issued in favour of the. widow for the appropriate amount. Payment will be subject to the widow signing the following: declaration : "Whereas the Controller of Defence Accounts (Officers), has consented provisionally to advance to me a sum of Rs. in anticipation of the completion of the enquiries and fur ther investigation necessary to enable the Government to determine my entitlement to special family pensionary award in respect of late : I hereby acknowledge that, in accepting this advance, I fully understand that it is subject to adjustment on the completion of the nece ssary enquiries and further investigation, and promise to raise no objection to such re-adjustment, including the re covery t>f any amount advanced to me in excess of the pensionary award to which I may be eventually found entitled." <ii) The Controller of Defence Accounts (Officers) will inform: the Ministry of Defence and the Controller of Defence Accounts (Pensions), of the action take under the preced ing sub-clause. He will also indicate the amount of fami ly gratuity paid, on the last pay certificate of the deceased officer issued to the Controller of Defence Accounts (Pen sions), for eventual adjustment. > Where the deceased individual was a Junior Commissioned ! ''; //Other Rank/Non-Combatant (Enrolled) (i) The Pay Accounts Officer concerned will sanction thepayment of the appropriate amount and intimate the par ticulars to the Record Officer concerned. (ii) The Record Officer will remit the amount through ordi nary money order to the heir nominated for family pen sion, or if the nominated heir is dead or there is no nomi nation, to the living heir standing highest among the re latives specified in regulation 216 in Part I of these Regu lations without verification in either case as to his or her eligibility for family pension under regulation 219 ibid, apart from those which can be checked from the latest entries in the service records. Intimation as under will be included in the foot-note of themoney order form : "The sum of Rs. as family gratuity, consequent on the death of your (here insert relationship, rank and name of the deceased individual) is sent here with as provisional payment till the necessary enquiries^

32

and investigations are completed and your correct en titlement to the pensionary award, in respect of the late is determined. The amount now advanced will be adjusted against the family pensionary awards which are finally found to be admissible." Money order charges incurred on such remittances will be borne by the State. (iii) The Ofhcer-in-Chargc. Records concerned, will inform the Ministry of Defence, the Controller of Defence Ac counts (Pensions), and the appropriate Pay and Accounts Officer, of the particulars of the remittance, as also its actual payment when made, to the family member. He will also indicate the amount of family gratuity paid on the family pension claim form ; whereas the Pay Accounts Officer will note that amount on the last pay certificate, for eventual adjustment. Adjustment of provisional payment. 32. (a) Where the deceased individual was an officerthe Control ler of Defence Accounts (Pensions' will specify the provisional pay ment made by way of 75 per cent of family gratuity, in his audit re port, when he submits the claim to special family pensionary award with the prescribed documents, for orders of the Government. Thos orders will provide for the proper adjustment of the provisional pa ment against the final awards admissible to the family under the reg iations. (b^ Where the deceased individual was a Junior Commissione Officer/Other Rank/Non-Combatant {Enrolled)the provisional pa ment of 75 per cent of the family gratuity will be adjusted in s cordance with the procedure in force for adjustment of payments Pending Enquiry Award against the final awards admissible to family under the regulations.
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Sub-section IAdvances of pension. ,/L^/s/J /^ Advances of service invalid special pensions. -""~""'""~"~ f&, ~ z ^ ^ r , 36. An advance of service/invalid/special pension not exceeding. ."-- "'" six. months' pension (exclusive of allowance attached to decorations etc) may.be paid by the_ Controllerjof Defence Accpunts(P.ensiqns) toa Junior Commissioned Officer/Other KariE or Non-Combatant (Enrol led) who is retired/discharged or invalided from service after having earned a pension. The amount advanced will be recovered in full as pension falls.
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Sub-section IIPending enquiry awards. Object and nature of pending enquiry awards. 41. (a) The pending enquiry award scheme is intended to relieve ;ihe financial difficulties of personnel below officer rank and their de pendants when such personnel are invalided out 'of the service or die and the invaliding disability or the cause of death is considered prima facie due to military service or is accepted as' such, by the com.petent authority with reference to the applicable .entitlement rules. Under this scheme, provisional awards will be made pending' comple tion of the enquiries and other steps which may be necessary before a pension claim can be finally admitted. (b) The scheme does not affect the payment of anticipatory pen sion under regulation 26, or provisional payment of family gratuity under regulation 28. Circumstances in which pending enquiry award may be made. 42. (a) Disability pension claims.Cases in which the Controller of Defence Accounts (Pensions) is unable to sanction a disability pen sion within a month of the receipt of the claim in his office; and (i) the Controller of Defence Accounts (Pensions) is satisfied that prima facie the disability is attributable to or aggravated by the individual's military service or when this is not the case, entitlement is conceded by the competent authority, or in the opinion of the local administrative authorities, in in jury cases, and of medical boards in disease cases, the dis ability is attributable to or aggravated by the individual's mili tary service before 1st April 1948, (this opinion will appear on IAFY-2006 or A.KM.S.F. 16 or both), and (ii) the disability is assessed at 20 per cent or above. (b) Family pension claims.Cases of the following types in which the Controller of Defence Accounts (Pensions) is unable to sanction a family pension (including children's allowance) within a month of the receipt of the claim in his office : (i) all killed in action and battle accident cases ; (ii) cases where the Controller of Defence Accounts (Pensions) is satisfied that prima facie the cause of death is attributable to or aggravated by the individual's military service, or when this is not the case, as soon as entitlement is conceded by the competent authority; (in) injury and disease cases where, in the opinion of the adminis trative authorities or, the medical authorities respectively, the cause of death is due to individual's military service before 1st April 1948; and

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Procedure, 45. Record Officers will submit to the Controller of Defence Ac counts (Pensions), disability pension claims as soon as the medical board' proceedings have been approved, and family pension claims as soon as possible after the receipt of the casualty report. In case of family pension claims, the Record Officer, while for warding the claim, will state in each case whether family allotment was being paid and if so, the name and relationship of the allottee and the date up to and for which it was paid. Payments. 46. (a) Intimation of the grant of a pending enquiry award and its particulars will be sent by the Controller of Defence Accounts (Pensions) by express letter to the Record Officer concerned, who will arrange payment of the award through ordinary money order. The money order charges will be borne by the State. (b) To remitting the pending enquiry award to the claimant, the Record Officer will explain to the payee the object and the nature of the award as stated in regulation 41 (a) and make it clear that the award is provisional only and will cease if and when the pension is sanctioned or the claim to pension is rejected. <c) In a case where pending enquiry award is sanctioned to a el.-iimant to disability pension who lives in Nepal, the award, instead of being remitted by money order, will be . paid^ to the claimant in himpsum when he visits the Recruiting Office, Kuhraghat or Ghoom or the Indian Embassy, Nepal, as the case may be, provided that dur ing the time that lapses between the sanctioning of the pending enquiry award and the claimant's visit, the claim is not finally rejected or sanc tioned. In cases of claimants to family pension, who live in Nepal, the Recruiting Officers for Gorkhas at Kunraghat and Ghoom or the Indian Embassy, Nepal, as the case may be, will disburse pending enquiry awards at their discretion in lump sum for the period during which in their opinion, the individuals remained eligible for special family pen sion. All payments of pending enquiry awards and also all amounts which have been sanctioned and which are not paid, will be notified to the Record Officer concerned. The amount of pending enquiry award and the period for which payment has been made, shall also be record ed in Part II of the pension claim form (IAFA 366); in cases where no payment had been made, a note to that effect will be made in the form, Termination of pending enquiry award. 47. In all cases the pending enquiry award shall be stopped on receipt of intimation by the Record Officer from the Controller of De fence Accounts (Pensions) regarding the acceptance or rejection of the claim.

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(C) All other cases will be submitted for ordeds of the Govern ment. Pending such orders, the arrears of family piension to the ex tent of the amount paid as pending enquiry award Will be withheld from the recipient of the family pension. If the amount paid as pend ing enquiry award exceeds the arrears of family pension admissible, the balance will be recovered from the family pension in instalments not exceeding one third of the pension. Final adjustment, will be made on receipt of orders of the Government. Review of cases. 49. The Controller of Defence Accounts (Pensions) will review every four months all cases of pending enquiry awards to ensure that there has been no avoidable delay in sanctioning pensions.
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Transfer of payment of pension jn India, i i Jf"*/*A?Ltrn<^+/ 60. The Controller of Defene< Accounts (Pensions) of the pension tr^z^^-^ isbursing officer concerned may, oh application and on sufficient cause y c, e JM~/J eing shown, permit transfers payment of a pension from one station fb^&- ) another in India. . \ . Cr~~/CL w Issue of supplementary instructions. 61. Supplementary instructions for the payment of pensions by the tension disbursing officers on matters of detail not provided for in these ules may be issued by the Controller of Defence Accounts (Pensions) nth the concurrence of the Controller General of Defence Accounts. In regard to pensions paid by the post offices, such supplementary instructions may be issued by the Director General, Posts and Tele;raphs, with theconcurrence of the Controller of Defence r Accounts V; ((Pensions).' '\
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SECTION IIOFFICERS AND THEIR FAMILIES

Mode of payment. 64. (a) Except as provided in clauses (b) & (c) below, a pension! payable monthly (half-yearly in case of children's allowance at mothl less rate vide regulation 95 Part I of these Regulations) in arrears v | on or after the first day of the following month/half year. (b) Pension may be paid before the end of the month in the fd lowing cases: (i) When the pension of an individual who was drawing it in Indfl is transferred to the payment of a pension paying officer ou| side India. (In such a case, payment shall be made up to anj for the day preceding departure). (ii) When there is a variation in the rate of a pension consequer on the disbursement of the commuted value of a portion of (Payment at the original rate may be made up to and for tt day preceding that from which the commutation of pensioi| takes effect). (iii) When a pensioner dies or ceases to be eligible for pension. (iv) When the first four days of a month are public holidays ol which pensions are not disbursed by treasuries in India. (Ii such cases, the provisions of rule 340, compilation of TreasurJ Rules Vol. I as amended from time to time, will apply). (c) Subject to the limitations prescribed in the relevant regulatior in these Regulations, a children's allowance (other than at motherlesl rate under regulation 95 Part I of these Regulations) shall be paiij from the date following that of the officer's death to 31st March nes ensuing, and subsequent payment shall be made yearly in advance fror^ 1st April in each year. How and by whom arrangements for payment are made. 65. When an individual who has been granted a pension desires that its payment from its commencement should be made at one of th^ stations in India specified in Appendix I, arrangements for its payment shall be made in accordance with the following procedure: The Controller of Defence Accounts (Pensions) shall forward the original copy of the pension payment order notifying the grant of pen sion and the conditions to which it is subject, to the prescribed pension disbursing officer and authorise him to pay pension from a date which should be specified. On receipt of the pension payment order, the pen sion disbursing officer shall make the payment. Identification of pensioners. 66. (a) Except as provided in regulation 54 and clauses (b) to (d! below, a pensioner must take payment in person after the pension dis bursing officer has satisfied himself as to his identity.

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previously examined him/her will be forwarded by the Controller of Defence Accounts (Pensions) along with his audit report to the competent authority for transmission by them to the medical board which is convened to examine the pensioner for the second time." Min of Def letter No. A/01277/AG/PS4(c)/1327/D(Pensions/ Services), dated the 4th March 1967 Ministry of Finance (Def) u.o." No. 2310-Pen," dated the 15th May, 196tf

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C, S. No. 48 / VII / 68 Regulation 66 Substitute the following /or the existing clause (c): "(c) A pensioner who produces a life certificate signed by some persons exercising the powers of a magistrate under the Criminal Procedure Code or by any Registrar or Sub-Registrar under the Registration Act, or by any pensioned officer who before retire ment exeictsed the powers of a magistrate, or any Gazetted officer of Government, or by a munsiff, or by a police officer not below the rank of a Sub-Inspcctor-in-Charge of a police station, or by a Po;;t Master, Departmental Sub-Postmaster, or an Inspector of Post Offices or by a class 1 officer of the Reserve Bank of India, or by an officer of the State Bank of India, or by a Sub-Accountant appointed as an Agent or as an Accountant at a branch of the State Bank of India, or an officer of a subsidiary bank of the State Bank of India, or fay the Head of a Village Pandiayat. Gram Panchayat, or Gaon Panchayat, or by the Head of art Executive Committee of a Village, is also exempted from personal ap pearance." Ministry of Defence letter No. A/23084/AG/PS4(a)/9256/D{Pensbns/ Services), dated the 11th December 67 Ministry of Finance defence) u.o. No. 1687-Pen of 1M.
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(b) A pensioner specially exempted by the State Government or Administration from appearing in person, a female not accustomed to appear in public or a pensioner who is unable to appear in consequence of bodily illness or infirmity, may. receive his or her pension through a representative upon the production of a life certificate signed by a res ponsible officer of Government or by some other well-known and trust worthy person^ /':. .(c) A pensioner who produces a life certificate signed by some per son exercising the powers of a magistrate under the Criminal Procedure Code or by any Registrar or Sub-Registrar under the Registration Act, or by any pensioned officer who before retirement exercised the powers of a magistrate or any gazetted officer of Government or by a murisiff or by a police officer not below the rank of a Sub-Inspector-in-Charge of a police station, or a Post Master, Departmental Sub-Post Master or an Inspector of Post Offices or by a Class I Officer of the Reserve Bank of India, or a Staff Officer or Staff Assistant of the State Bank of India is also exempted from personal appearance. (d) In cases referred to in clauses (b) and (c), the pension disburs ing officer must take precautions to prevent impositions, and must, at least once a year, require proof independent of that furnished by the life certificate, of the continued existence of the pensioner. For this purpose he shall (save in cases of exemption from personal appearance granted by the State Government or Administration) require the per sonal attendance and due identification of all male pensioners who are not incapacitated by bodily illness or infirmity from so attending, and in all cases when such inability may be alleged, he shall require proof thereof in addition to the proof submitted of the pensioner's existence. A pensioner of commissioned rank may be privately identified by the pension disbursing officer and need not be required to appear at a public office. (e) The pension disbursing officer shall be personally responsible for any payment wrongly made. In case of doubt he should consult the Controller of Defence Accounts (Pensions). Certificate regarding employment under a Government outside India or in a commercial firm. 67. A pensioner of commissioned rank, whether drawing pension in India or outside, shall he required to furnish a certificate showing whether or hot during the period for which pension is claimed, he was employed-'. (a) under a GovernmeAt outside India, and <b) in the case of an officer of the rank of Colonel or abow, m a , commercialfirm),;within two years of retirement vide regula tion 18 in Part I of these Regulations. In cases where prior; permission of^Government to such employment had npt been .obtained, payment of pension shall be suspended ftom the date of employjment and the case; reported for orders of the President

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Payment of pension inrespectof deceased pensioners. 68. (a) Subject to provisions of clause (b), arrears of! pension or gra tuity due to theestate of a deceased pensioner may be paid to the legal heir on production of a certified copy of the probate of the will, if any, lelt by the deceased, or letters of administration granted by a court of law or an indemnity certificate signed by two responsible persons that the claimant is the legal heir and that they hold themselves responsible for the rehind of the amount paid, in the event of any future claihi being prefer red. it the legal heir 1S a minor, payment shall be made td the legal guar dian or when there is none, to the person appointed by k court of law. <b) Claims to arrears of pension preferred after the expiration of one year from the pensioner's death may be admitted in full by the Control ler of Defence Accounts (Pensions), if he is satisfied with the claimant's explanation for the delay; if he is not satisfied with the explanation, he shall obtain orders of the President. 69.

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SECTION IIIJUNIOR COMMISSIONED OFFICERS, OTHER RANKS AND NONCOMBATANTS (ENROLLED) AND THEIR FAMILIES

Mode of payment. 71. (a) Pensions shall be paid in arrears. The frequency of pay ment shall be as shown in Appendix III. (b) Junior commissioned officers/other ranks granted Temporary Commission/Short Service Regular Commission direct aind pensioned Junior Commissioned Officers holding honorary commission or granted honorary rank on retirement may, if they so desire, draw their pensions monthly in arrears, irrespective of the station at which they are drawing pension. (c) The provisions of sub-clauses (i), (iii) & (iv) of! clause (b) of regulation 64 shall also apply. How and by whom arrangements for payment are made. 72. When an individual who has been granted a pension desires that its payment from its commencement should be made at one of the

AMENDMENT TO PENSION REGULATIONS FOR THE ARMY, PART II (1961) 24/IV/67 ' Regulation 73 ... (a) In clause (c), line 1, after the words "given by" insert "a retired " gazetted officer pensioner". .'(&) For the existing 3rd and 4th sub-paragraphs of clause {d) of the Regulation substitute the following: "The Political Officer at Sikkim or Bhutan will obtain once a year a life certificate from Sikkim/Bhutan Government for veiy such pensioner residing in those countries. Gorkha mili tary pensioners resicl ing in Nepal will themselves be responsible for furnishing annually a life certificate signed by two mili tary pensioners not below the rank of Havildar and counter signed by an official of the Nepal! Government." 1M. of D. letter So. A/11724/AG/PS4(a)/6884/D. (Pensions/Services) dated 28th June, 1965]. j

45 stations in India specified in Appendix I, arrangements for its payment shall be made in accordance with the following procedure.:. The Controller of Defence Accounts (Pensions) shall forward the original copy of the pension payment order notifying the grant of pen sion and the conditions to which it is subject, to the prescribed pension .disbursing officer and-authorise him to pay the pension from a date which should be specified. The Controller of Defence Accounts (Pensions) shall also prepare pension certificate on IAFA-373 and forward it along with a copy of e pension payment order to the Record Officer concerned. In the se of a family pensioner, a duplicate copy of the descriptive roll on AFA 366 shall be forwarded in addition. On receipt of ithese documents, the Record Office shall take the oUowing action;:-(a) in the case of service and disability pensioners.-Complete the dividual^ descriptive roll (IAFA-369) with the number of the pension yment order (with the exception of which the descriptive roll should e kept complete) and forward it along withjdlephotogra^ o^the penioner to the pension disbursing officer concerned by"Tegistered post; fiaiid over the pensibn certificate to the individual and instruct him to present t to the pension disbursing officer concerned; if the individual has aleady left the unit, send it to him by registered post. (b) in the case of family pensioners.Hand over the pension certicate to the individual or send it by registered post with instruction to resent it to the pension disbursing officer concerned; forward the dupicate copy of the descriptive roll (IAFA-366) to the pension disbursing -fficer concerned by registered post. On receipt of the descriptive roll and the pension payment order, e pension disbursing officer shall make payment. Where, however, he pension payrrient order is not received by him before a pensioner ppears for receiving payment, the pension will be paid on the authoity of the pension certificate. The payment thus made will be treated s provisional and will bexflnfirmed afterjveruication from j f e pensiori paymenForder which will be called foTTroni the Controller of Defence Accounts (Pensions) immediately. Identification of a pensioner. 73. (a) Except as provided for in regulation 54 and clause (b) be"ow, a pensioner must take payment in person and shall be identified 'by comparison with the descriptive roll and pension certificate. In the cse of service and disability pensioners, they will, in addition, be iden'fied with reference to their photographsl (b) In the case of severely wounded and infirm pensioners and emale pensioners who are not accustomed to appear in public, pernal attendance is not necessary. Payment shall be made to a reprentative of the pensioner on the production of: (i) pension certificate,

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(u) a certificate signed by a responsible Government officer dr by some other well known and trustworthy person that the pen sioner is alive. The certificate must bear the signature/ left thumb impression of the pensioner taken in the presence of that officer or person. (iii) a written authority from the pensioner to the representative bearing the signature / left thumb impression of the pensioner together with a specimen of the signature or thumblmpression of the representative. fJ iX, (c) If the certificate referred to at (b) (ii) is given by'C Junio Commissioned Officer/Junior Commissioned Officer pensioner, a ,sub inspector of police, a sub-post master drawing not less than Rs. 50 p.m. a tehsildar, a village headman, a patti patwari (in the case of Garhwal pensioner resident in Kumaon), or the head of the village panchayat who is acquainted with the pensioner, it shall be accepted by the pen sion disbursing officer, if he has no reason to doubt the veracity; o such a certificate. He shall inform the pensioner's representative of: an~ further guarantee which he may require to safeguard the payment being received by the correct person. He shall also make independant en quiries once a year to satisfy himself that the pensioner is still alive. (d) In the case of a Gorkha pensioner living in Nepal who is phy sically unable to apply for his pension in person, payment may be mad through a pension disbursing officer in India or under arrangements by the Indian Embassy, Nepal to a representative under the conditions prescribed above but the life certificate shall be signed by either two male pensioners if below Junior Commissioned Officer's rank or by a pensioner of Junior Commissioned Officer's rank acquainted with the pensioner; In case of pensioners residing in Sikkim and Bhutan who are phy sically unable to draw their pensions in person, payment may be riiade by the Political Officer there, through a representative in accordance with the procedure indicated above.
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The Indian Embassy in Nepal or Political Officer at Sikkim /Bhutan will obtain once a year a life certificate from Nepal/Sikkitw /Bhutan Government for every such pensioner residing in those coun tries. Particulars of such pensioners residing in Nepal who draw their pen sions from pension paying authorities in India, will be forwarded by those authorities to the Indian Embassy, Nepal for obtaining life certi ficates. (e) The pension disbursing officer is personally responsible! for any payment wrongly made. In case of doubt he should consult! the Controller of Defence Accounts (Pensions).

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Withholding in whole or in part of pension of a pensioner who is con victed of a serious crime or is guilty of grave misconduct not of a ^*J political nature. ^> 74. If a pensioner is convicted of a crime by court of law or is guilty of grave misconduct, which Is not of a political, nature (see regula tion 119,.'Part.I of these regulations), the following procedure shall be 119 \ followed: (a) If a pensioner is sentenced to imprisonment for a criminal of fence, his pension shall be suspended from the date of his imprison ment _ and the case reported by the Controller of Defence Accounts (Pensions) for the orders of the competent authority. In a case where a pensioner is kept in police or jail custody as an under-trial prisoner and is eventually sentenced to a term of imprisonment for a criminal offence, the suspension of pension shall take effect from the date of imprisonment only. (b) The competent authority shall decide in consultation with the Controller of Defence Accounts (Pensions) and if neeessary, with the civil authorities also, whether the offence is a serious one and if so, he shall order the removal of the pensioner's name from the pension list, from the date of the commencement of his imprisonment. Pension therel upon shall cease to; be payable from that date. : (c) If the competent authority decides that the offence is not so serious as to justify the removal of the pensioner's name from the pen sion list, it shall not be removed; the payment of arrears of pension due from date of last payment before imprisonment shall be made on releasefrom prison: (d) If a pensioner is sentenced to imprisonment for a criminal1 offence by a lower court but is acquitted, on appeal, by a higher court, the pension withheld shall be restored. <e) If a pensioner is imprisoned for debt, pension shall continue to* be paid. , : '.\ ^^ (f) If a pensioner is guilty of grave misconduct not falling under the preceding clauses, it shall at once be reported to the competent autho rity who may, if he considers it justifiable, order the suspension: of his pension froth a date to be specified; The competent authority shaU sub sequently investigate the case in consultation with the Controller of; Defence Accounts (Pensions) and if necessary the civil authorities, and--(i) either authorise the withholding of pension in whole or in part. from a date to be specified by him not earlier than the date of priginal suspension; or (ii) authorise eontiTmance in full. Withholding of pension of a pensioner who is convicted of a: crime or isguilty of misconduct of a political nature. : 75. If a pensioner is convicted of a crime or; is guilty of misconducts of a political nature (see regulation, 119 of part I of these Regulations^.

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his case shall be reported by the Controller of Defence Accounts (Pen sions) to the competent authority, who, on the recommendation of the State Government or Administration concerned, may order the withholding of his pension (service and disability pensions, !, family pension drawn by adult males only, and children's allowance) from a date to be specified. In a case in which the pensioner is sentenced to imprisonment, pension shall, pending the orders of the competent .authority, be suspended from the date of his imprisonment.
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Restoration of pension withheld. 76. A pension withheld in whole or in part may be restored in full or in part (see regulations 119, Part I of these Regulations) by the competent authority in consultation with the State Government or Administration concerned in political cases and with the Controller of Defence Accounts (Pensions) and the civil authorities, if necessary, in other cases. In the case of a pensioner undergoing imprisonment, any action under this regulation shall only be taken on his application after release, but in no case,jhall^nsion_be^jictione^_for^thej)eriod of mprisonme!irm]|ur^ '"" ~ " "-Withholding of disability pension of a pensioner who does not disclose his disability on re-employment. \ 77. A disabled pensioner who obtains re-employment in the Armed Forces without disclosing the fact that he was previously discharged from service for medical unfitness, shall not be entitled to from the date of his re-employment, any disability pension admissible to him in respect of his previous service with the Armed Forces. (xj^iyment of pension /gratuity in respect of deceased beneficiaries. 78. (a) Subject to the provisions of clauses (b) to '(e) below, arrears of pension due to the estate of a deceased pensioner claimed I within three years of his death shall be investigated and paid to the heirs of the deceased by the officer responsible for the payment after SuBTeliqljiiry into the right and title of the claimant as he may deem sufficient If there is reasonable doubt regarding such claim qr title, the payment shall only be made to the administrator appointed iby the civil court. (b) Claims to arrears of pension preferred (1) after tne expiry of three years from the date of death, also (2) claims to sums in excess of Rs. 100 preferred after 12 months from the date of death of the pensioner .and (3) claimsJo_arrears due for periods in excessjrfJ2jnojjtht)shall re quire the sanctiorToTthe Cohlrbller of Defence Accounts concerned before payment. (c) Claims to arrears of pension on account of deceased Gorkha ^pensioners drawing pension from the following treasuries shall, how i ever, subject to the general conditions laid down above, be disposed of f

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finally by the officers specified below instead of by the pension disburse ing officer or the Controller of Defence Accounts (Pensions) :
Kathmandu treasury Gorakhpur treasury arjeeling treasury Mily. Attache/Asstt. Mily. Attache to Indian Embassy at Nepal. The R.O. or Dy.R.O. & Record Officer or A.R.O. for Gurkhas, Kunraghat. The Dy. R.O. & Record Officer or A.R.O. Ghoom, Darjeeling.

arbhanga & Purnea trea The Dy. R.O. & Record Officer or A.R.O. Ghoom or the Collectors, Dharbhanga and Purnea as the suries. case may be. Bahraich & Gonda trea suries. R.O. or Dy. R.O. & Record Officer or A.R.O. for Gorkhas, Kunraghat (Gorakhpur) or Deputy Commissioner, Bahraich and Gonda as the case may be.

(d) When the exact date of a pensioner's death cannot be ascertainthe Controller of Defence Accounts (Pensions) shaflTiave~the power admit arrears of pension for the entire month in which the casaulty urred, but when the moritK"or year oFdeath is not known the pay;nt of arrears shall be limited to a period of one month. (e) In case of Gorkha pensioners, the certificates of death and heirp granted by mukhia of the Government of Nepal must be counter e d by Military Attache/Asstt. Military Attache to the Indian Embas/, Nepal or the Recruiting Officer, Deputy Recruiting Officer and Re^ cord Officer, Assistant Recruiting Officer for the Gorkhas, Kunraghat or Ghoom, as the case may be. (f) In case of claims to gratuity already admitted but where the payment thereof has not been made, the Controller of Defence Accounts concerned may sanction its payment, at his discretion, if an application therefor is submitted by the claimant within five years from the date on which the claim originally fell due. - ^ C a s e s where the application for the payment of gratuity is submit ted by the claimant after the expiry of five years from the date on which the claim originally fell due shall be submitted for orders of the Govern ment. Payment of life-time arrears of pension by money orders. 79. Subject to the provisions of regulation 61, the payment of ars of pensions of deceased pensioners who were drawing their pens through treasuries and pension paymasters may be made to their s by money order provided the amount of arrears does not exceed 100 (Rupees one hundred only) in cases where the pension is payable thly, and Rs. 300 (Rupees three hundred only), in other cases. The money order commission will be recovered from fhe arrears of sion remitted.

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Payment of compassionate allowance to the widow or child of a Junior Commissioned Officer. 80. The payment of a compassionate allowance granted to the widow or child of a Junior Commissioned Officer shall be made in the :same manner as a family pension. If an individual who has been grant ed the allowance does not appear to draw it within three months (12 months, in the case of beneficiaries residing in Nepal) of the date o which it fell due for payment, the Controller of Defence Accounts (Per sions) shall ascertain the cause of the non-appearance and report fc Army Headquarters (A.G.'s Branch) all cases in which the allowance' have been surrendered by the death or disqualification of the recipient. 81.

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AMENDMENT TO PENSION REGULATIONS FOR THE ARMY PARTII (1961) ' 56/IV/67 Megulaiion 81 Insert the following as a new Regulation: "Money Order Commission on payment of gratuities made by Money Order, ' 81. Money Order Commission on remittance of gratuities admissible under these Regulations will be borne by .the State". ; [() M. of D. letter No. 88444/AG/PS4(a)/10627/D. (Pensions/Services)> dated 28th December, I960]. (ii) M. of D. letter-No, 88444/AG/PS4(a)/281-IS/D. (Pensi.ons/S ervices), dated 9th Augnst, 1961]. . JM M,of D. letter No. 88444/AG/PS4(a)/286'6/D. (Pensions/Services, '-':. .'.. dated 9th April, 1962], V-, r

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SasDecsion, discGntinnance or fritbhoIdLns in whole or Li;. of peosios (including commuted falcg iaer?ot pjyoj and gratniry QgduQing" DSS^nm-Retirerotat GrstsitrU. ncflsr venous ciregiasTsncesCoHi!ii!S.sn3o^j OScsrs, p*rsccaei S e W orecer rank, isclading .NCs'E^. !i:e;r famii;g_asa deperoants." 82. .ScsDcnsio::, discontinc^nc: ' -<^6T a pensioner v b o -is/cony'iciecor_ ss gouty or /grave a t s c o n a u " fco gessioner is_corjy;-;ea or a crime by curj_oit.s grave nusconatict, s m c a 15 DOE QI a coiiticaj 2 : "Drucmsri s'uali be :-i-owea 22-(a) If a pensioner tniamut osertc;, ais pension authority a case where a peasioc:r is ktp custody as aa ander-trial pnsonr a term oi imprisonment fo; 3 2. {bl -Xfac competent anthority shall decide with the Chief ComroTler 01 Diiea necessary^ wi:h the avi a serious one anc i; lorjef s name Tror ra-n* of his" HC'QIBCa? i32_(e) If the competent aalbonrv didoes that the oS j o j c n o m a a to justify the removal of the- peruiopcIS^2^lSKLa_U5liJi^ijs.il not be'removed, the Daymen: S^csion^iieji^sjErHate^ ghail be made on release from prison.. -t A <jj 7 T \ I ) i^ ^ - 1 ^ ) If a pensioner is sentenced to unomanmect for a criniraaj \QWi -itSSZHlSCg^o^exj^nillbutis acq"5T[ted. on appesi, by a higher . * / ~^ -' 2^*1.. J f a peasionerisin^mpri'soiicient for debt.l^enijon shall conUaiic t o b e paid, "' ~"

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_ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ or withholding of pension 'of.a pensioner unaer R e l a t i o n s 3, i\ (8 aec i > of Parr-l nt thp^ S RegulationsIn regard to casrs covered by Regulations 3, 5, IS and iy Pension Regulations for the Army, Part 1(1961) the procedure will be as unc : fli _ (a) _ ^ r e p a s s i n | orders regarding withholding, suspension TJ or discontinuance o: tifs whole or part of__pensTon imclucing commuted value IheTccr which aas~~cot greo paid) children's _^ aT^_____jlL^aIujJiIi c{ndia.Dealh-j^m^Ur^mem.7XrFaiuity) t]_____^ejil_au___I ; hail serve jipon the individual pensioner, a noti _ _ e ifyina the action proposed to be taken and calling upon him/her to submit ivithm 30 da^s of the rcceipTot" the notice 1 fcr such furtner tinie~nc-f sscceoing 3U days as rnay~pe aJiowcd by j tc- competent authority; sucfT representations as he/she may yviss '" to matte against the proposal. , "_-2- C (b) Take the representation, if any, received daring the pre scribed period inio__jr_ree ration. 2_ c , (c) .Having tak^a__aciig_ri as indicated at (?) anft fh) shriv,
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acuity or part therof_____ [pa whether the allow an re orrJers in the case or'pension and, children allowance wiil apply nefrnanenilv or only tor's specified period! gJ2^2_(d) An appeal against the decision of the competent_anjbority ID case fa i iirvtf_unger regulation h_can be made to theappeiiate author;!,. . Tfi"e_apptiLaLe_auihp_rity will be tae frcsiaent in the .. case_of ComrJussifljisljjmcgrs through tbe\GOC-in-C{ Command injghosff jnruidiciiop the office ot the individual is located. . in the case of personnel beiq___5cer_raali:, trie appeal-ftnrbc" made irii^ugrnriFRecord Qfsce conceraea. . ., ; ^ S cJt} r- Tritfae case of personnel belovy officer rank, the eom^^t^t_au{5orTty/appeUste authority will consult the CCDA (Penpassing rinal orders. In the event of difference of opinion between the&c aathoniiea ana i&e CLLDA (i*). " Ljatter will~be referred to the Gareninieiitjat India; : " ";

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CHAPTER VLIMITATION OF CLAIMS


SECTION IGENEKAL

Claims for the initial grant of pension or allowance or gratuity. S3. Save as otherwise provided in sections II & III: (a) first claims for pension or allowance and claims for gratuity, under these Regulations, preferred within 12 months of the date on which they fall due shall be entertained and paid with full arrears, if otherwise in order ; <b), those which are not preferred within that period may be ad mitted with full arrears, if the pension sanctioning authority concerned is satisfied with the claimant's explanation for the delay in their submission;^ if he is not satisfied with the ex planation, claims shall be submitted for orders of the Govern ment. 84. ':''"

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Special provisions for claims to pension in respect of widows. 85. In the case of widows of commissioned officers, pension shall f normally be awarded from the date of application. Arrears prior to fthat date shall be paid as follows : (al If application for pension is made within six months of the officer s death, full arrears shall be paid. (b) If failure to apply for pension within six months of the officer's death is. in the opinion of the pension sanctioning authority, due to satisfactory cause (e.g., serious illness of the widow}, payment of arrears prior to the date of application shall ordinarily be limited to a period of six months. (c) If a widow is unable to furnish a statement or a reasonable esti mate of her income in cases where such a statement is necessary, within six months of her husband's death but completes and submits her ap plication for pension within that period, full arrears shall be paid if subsequently found eligible for pension. (d) In case of death of an officer prior to the settlement of his disty pension ^claim, the time-limit of six months shall 4be reckoned rn the date of orders of the Government sanctioning the grant of disty pension.
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52 Claims to arrears of pension by pensioners who fail to draw their pensions. 86. Unless otherwise provided, a pensioner who fails to draw ' pension for a period of 12 months shall be struck off the pension e blishment. If he thereafter reappears to draw his pension, he may be readmit ted to the pension establishment, if he accounts for such failure to ther satisfaction of a competent authority. That authority shall, at its discretion, grant or withhold the arrears of the pension or any portion thereof. 87.

SECTION IIIJUNIOR COMMISSIONED OFFICERS, OTHER RANKS AND NONCOMBATANTS (ENROLLED) AND THEIK FAMILIES.

Claims for initial grant, revision and re-assessment of pension or allow ance or gratuity. * 88. <A) Except as provided for in clause (B) below, claims for the first grant, revision and reassessment of pension or allowance in respe of the categories specified above shall be dealt with as follows : Claims preferred after 12 months from the date; on which they fall due shall be entertained, if otherwise in order, with arrears as indicated below:
(i) Where arrears are due to rectification of a Full arrears subject to the maxi mum of five years preceding mistake in assessing or reassessing a pension, the date of the pension pay etc., or to revision of a pension, etc., which ment order in which the is not revised through inadvertance at the time correct or the revised rate is f a general revision. o notified. (ii) Claims to first grant of a pension, etc., or to revision of a pension etc. in cases where re assessment is to be made only on the submis sion of a claim. (a) Where explanation for the delay is considered jFufl arrears subject to the maxiby the pension sanctioning authority to be / mum of five years precedin satisfactory. the date of pension pa; order in which the av?;. notified-

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53 (b). \Vhcrc no action JS txkcn oa a petitioner .it is- Up 'to threeyears preceding the ^en.d,Wtllllr0,!g^errprancn?xeap)?licant dateofthelppHcationwhkhil ' ^ a ? L r C P r f S e ? ^ CaSe a g a , n f o r m o r e P ^ u e d to alnality and bads man a year alier that. . \ \ . to the. grant of a pension, etc., subject to the maximum pt five years preceding the ,date, of the.pension payment ..order in which the award is notified. (c) Where explanation for the dealy is considered: From the date of the application by the.pension sanctioning authority to be un- subject to a maximum of .satisfactory. , three years p ^ ^ the date of the pension payment order in which the award is notified, m e n n . " n f ' ^ h e r e Vun9ns waisanctioned ^
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r th?^"-^? r^i?**^ a s a l s 0 a n y C a s e i n which the grant of,arrears in excess cirJ I E ? I f * r o d t above is considered to be justified in view of the special circumstances, of the case, should be referred to the Government of India for orders.

? ^Firsf c l a i t u f o r f a m i j y Pension preferred after the disqualifica tion of the claimant shall not be entertained. , J 9 T - he Provision of this regulation shall apply to claims for trans fer :Oi family pensioned 50 per cent increased children's allowance (but * 0 t tot?6 continuance, of family pension, regarding which see ffegulation 230 (v), Part I of these Regulations. % . In regard to claim for transfer oOamily pension to the widow fender regulation 229; Part 1 of these regulations! however, the period u ? m ? l l t b s WlU r e c k o ] 1 ft'om the date on whicMntimation regarding the death or disqualification of the recipient of the^amily .pension is received by the Record Officer concerned from the Controller of De fence Accounts (Pensions); or from any other source. > # .^ (D) In cases of death of individuals who are invalided otu of service and who die prior to the settlement of their disability pensions* claims the time limit of 12 months (under |.egulatio 1 :.'8.l'ind clause (A) 1 abqvcjfor the purpose of special farruTy pension claims sMll be reckoned [ ? froinfhe date of the pension payment order in which the award of disabihty pension is notified. \ )
.;.. NOTE.However, in cases where the death of a pensioner who was in receipt of : a-:disability pension for .a ..limited ;period, occurs before the grant of conM n c e of disability pension .notified, in a pension payment order, the ,f ' time limit of 12 months for;.the-purpose of family pension claim will be A ^ J' reckoned from the date of the individual's death. ^ -

B) (i) Claims to gratuity preferred after 12 months but within three * > years of the date on which they fall due shall be admitted in full by the | J Controller of Defence Accounts or other officers authorised by him concerned.
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(ii) Claims to gratuity preferred after three years but within five y e a r s f t^ 6 ^ a t e o n which they fall due may, where the explanation far the delay is considered satisfactory, be admitted by the Controller of Defence Accounts concerned without any reduction in the amount thereof. (iii) Claims not covered by sub-clauses (i) and (ii) above shall be submitted for orders of the Government. Clainis for counting former service for pension and gratuity, 89. All claims to count former service for pension submitted by .!Y--;.*:T'^;' Record Officers will, if otherwise in prder, be admitted by theiGpntroller .-,-,'- of Defence Accounts (Other Ranks))or other officers authorised; by him. ..:,., In cases, however, where the delay in preferring a claim exceeds 12 months from the date when it fell due, the claim shall be admitted in full by the ^Controller of Defence Accounts (Other Ranks) or other officers authorised by him and a report of the late submission of the claim shall be made by him to the next superior administrative authority for such action as may be deemed necessary by the latter. Definition of "claimant". 90. The term "claimant" for the purpose of regulations 83:, 88 and 89 shall mean Record Officer. ~"~' Claims to arrears of pension / unpaid gratuity. .-i"- l . 91. (a) Claims_tq _arrears of pension preferred wJAjn_ajgeriod_-of o /{/ 12 months of "the due dateTshaH be entertained and paid by the: piensTon 0-^ 'J>- "HIsBufsing officer^ if otherwise in ofder."''Craim^ipreTerfed*_afS'if^^ ex$t ^' Piry I2 y. ear an<^ within_three years shall be entertained and_paid .<' by the~cc^p^etentXu.thQrity if it is satisfied with the cl'airnanf s iexplanation for the delay in drawing the pension. ; (b) If after the expiry of three years no explanation has beejn receiv ed of the cause of a pensioner failing to draw his pension, he:shall be struck off the pension establishment. If he thereafter reap_rje_ars]Jc^raw_ his pensionjie _may__be_ readmitted tojhe_pension estaBlish_merjLt_jji_he_aconlnTsToF^^ to_th~e_satisfaction of the com'pjkenlTauthojity. That authority shall, at Its "discretion, ^grahtjor with hold the arrears of the pension or any portion thereof. | n case c amls t0 * MAP ^ ^ ^ l gratuity already admitted but where the l^ttjf/^- payment thereof has not been made, the Controller of Defence Accounts % */ , concerned may sanction its payment, at his discretion, if an application > therefor is submitted by the claimant within five years from the date *if o n ^M?L t n JL$k" m originally fell due. : ""' """' '^f y Cases where the application for the payment of gratuity is submit<JP' fr 4^ted by the claimant after the expiry of five years from the date on which i^ : the claim originally fell due shall be submitted for orders_of jthe Gov1 ernment *"~~~ "" ~ *~
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X: ; :AMENDBIENT TO T H E P E N S I O N R E G U L A T I O N S - F O R ARMY,. ; . P A R T I I (1961) ;>:> .Regulation 93 * ' 27/IV/67

Insert the following as clause (c) to the Regulation ;: "(c) A public claim, against a soldier or a regimental debt'due from him or a regimental claim which the President may direct . to be recovered will be recovered from the gratuity admissibleto- his widow under Regulation 247, Pension Regulations (Army) 1961, Part I". [Corr. 83/62 to AI17/S/57]. .

suo : Recovery ol Excess/Wrong Payment of pension/Govt. dues and Public claims from pension.
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During the course of spot audit, it has come to the notice of this office that some Pension Disbursing Authorities are not aware of the rate of recovery of excess payment/Wrong payment of pension, from pension. 2. In this context, it is mentioned that the Regulation 94 and 95 of Pension Regulation for the Army Part-II (1961 Edn.) and corresponding Regulation on the Navy and Air Force and Para 28.6 of Pension Payment instructions, provide for recovery of over is^ue of pension/Govt. dues in monthly instalment of One-third, However, as clarified by the Ministry of Defence, new Delhi, the rate of recovery of excess payment/overpayment will be as under: (i) (ii) (iii) Not exceeding 173rd of the net (Pension plus relief), payable each month without the sanction of the Competent Authority and without the consent of the pensioner. Higher instalment after obtaining consent of the pensioner. Lump sum against the arrears due to revision of pension, without the sanction of Competent authority and without the consent of the pensioner.

(3) In view of the above, it is requested to issue a circular to all Treasuries/Link branches/PPOs under your jurisdiction, for compliance.

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VIRECOVERIES AND OVER PAYMENTS


. SECTION; I - ^ G E N E R A L

public claims, regimental debts and regimental claims from pension j 93. <a) Subject to the provisions of clause (b) below, a public p against a pensioner, a regimental debt due from him or a regijtal claim which the President may'direct him to pay, shall be rejrable from his pension, gratuity or commuted value of pension. , (b) A public claim or regimental debt, shall not be recovered from disability pension of an officer or soldier, except under the special trs of the President. - , ' " . " ' , - >, , , . of recovery of public claims (other than overpayments of pen sions), regimental debts and regimental claims [4. Public claims,.other than those on account of overpayment of .(for which" see regulation 95 et seq) regimental debts and reglBaims which the President directs an individual to pay, shallfed as under: . * , * Retrenchments on account of excess issues of pay and unau^~ expenditure, stoppage sother" than those awardecTlirider the "" the value of losses and-aTToThef claims for wn'icFTjOvern"; V an officer liable, shall be recovered in nionthly instalments ; J5;,,:^rd_^f_^p_ej^rrjmtil the full claim iFTiquTdated7''A "competent pty may, if. it is satisfied that there are reasonable grounds for course, which must be recorded in writing, relax this regulation t'der recoveries to be made in smaller amounts which in no case Jxceed : twelve instalments, in number. ,. '.-,^ In the case of public claims otoer t.han_ those jecifi.ecHij_.aubi; I) .above and regimental debts which" are noFdl'sputed, the Cornting Officer/Record Officerl5FTIie"~persorr ^aTnsf"l?Eom the claim t'de or from whom the debt is duejnay order the_r^coveryjof_the \t from his pension in such instalments"as"lKe"CommandTng Officer R)fd Officer considers reasonable. L(iii). In the ease, of a regimental debt where the. person from whom [due disputes, the correctness of the amount or repudiates his liabisuch debt becomes a regimental claim and shall be recovered only Ir the orders of the President. f(iv) The mode of recovery from disability pension shall be deterti by President in each individual case. <$Y&i M e If the individual is eligible for a gratuity in lieu of a _rjensionor commuted a portion ol his pension, the"""wEole amount of the ** Tf/1t&M^ jytM" [ojallTje recovered in one instalment^from the gratuity or com&& ftaf* ?*alue of the pension, as the case may be,
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Overpayments oS pension

^;'/ 95. (a) Overpayment of pension in India due ^Lnd.udmg_thos_e..dije to misinterpretation of regulations iL9|j?e j e e p veered, but"shaff be reported to"the .Presldl 'troller Tien era! of Defence Accounts. Any case in which there is a doubt or a difference of opinioi ween the Controller of Defence Accounts (Pensions) and the aull, referred to in clause (b) (i) as to whether the overpayment was d 1 an error in law, or due to misinterpretation of regulations and ofr shall be submitted to the President tlirough the Controller Gene/' Defence Accounts for orders. '

Cases of overpayment in such circumstances outside India shaf reported to the President through the Controller General of T Accounts for orders. }ej

,/. (b) Overpayment of pension due to any other reason (in q-f,those involving fraud or grave misconduct) shall be dealt with-' lows: (i) Those challenged in audit within J2 months from thl PaymentIf a pension is payable, further payments! made at the correct rate and the overpayment reco| instalments of one-third of the pension. If the circumstances leading to overpayment disclose fraud c ..misconduct, and in the opinion of the Controller of XI Accounts (Pensions) warrant the stoppage of the p e r j full or recovery of overpayments in instalments of m<^ one-third of the pension, a report shall be submitted (; the Controller General of Defence Accounts in cases ? sions drawn outside India) to the competent authority shall decide each case on its merits and communicate hiL sion to the Controller of Defence Accounts (Pensions). FtJ adjustment as may be necessary will be carried out by thej troller of Defence Accounts (Pensions) on receipt of orders.

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If no pension is admissible, payment shall cease immediate!! error is detected and a report of the circumstances leaditl the overpayment shall be submitted (through the Contif General of Defence Accounts in cases of pensions drawrj side India) to the competent authority. (ii) Tliose not challangetS in audit witMm 12 months from ti nt payment (including those where payments were mad] ly within 12 months and partly al a date or dates more t\ months anterior to the date oS challenge).If a pens! payable, further payments shall be made at the corre!

C . S . No.. 4/Vn/67 ydation 96Substitute, the existing Regulation including the head'ng by the following : "POWERS OF T H E CONTROLLER OF DEFENCE ACCOUNTS (PENSIONS) AND THE OFFICERS O F HIS ESTABLISHMENT T O WRITE OFF OVER-PAYMENT OF PENSION AND T O WAIVE AUDIT OBJECTIONS. 96. (a) Overpayments of pension not due to an error in law (includ ng a misinterpretation of regulations and orders) which a?e, from any cause, irrecoveraVe may be written off by the Controller of Defence Accounts (Pensions) or by a Joint Controller of Defence Accounts (Pensions), if in independent charge, up to an amount not exceeding Rs. 250/- in each case. (b) In order to save time and trouVe over re'atively unimportant items, the Controller of Defence Accounts (Pensions) or the Joint Controller of Defence Accounts ; (Pensions) if in independent charge may, (at his discre tion when he is reasonably statisfied that, all factors cansidered, it is probably in ihe best interests of Govern " ment to do so) waive any audit objection on the payment of pension upto a Iirh'.t of Rs. 125/- in each case, brief reasons being recorded of the circumstances wh'ch, in his . opinion, justify the waiver, S'mrarly the Joint Con "roller of Defence Accounts (Pensions) may waive an audit objection upto a limit of Rs. 75/- in each case. A Deputy Controller of his office may exercise I he same powers upto a limit of Rs..'50/-and an Assistant Con troller, or a gazetted officer incharge. of a section of his establishment, upto a limit of Rs, 25/- in similar cir cumstances. (c) In cases where the whole or any portion of the expendi ture al;hough not unjustifiable in itself, is not exactly covered by rule or the authority for the expenditure is insufficient, or fair proof that it has been incurred has not been provided- (for example, there may be an Ethsence 0 f o n e o r m o r q sub-vouchers) the Controller of Defence! Accounts (Pensions).. or the Joint Controller
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bf. Defence Accounts (Pensions), if in independafl charge, may waive an audit objection upto a limit < Its. 250/- in each, case, provided(i) that the expenditure is not of an intrinsically re curring nature; and (ii) where the objection is based on insufficiency of sanction, that he is satisfied that the authority empowered to sanction the expenditure would accord sanction,if required; or (iii) where the objection is, based on insufficiency of proof of payment, that he is of opinion that undue trouble would be caused if the submission of the ful proof of the expenditure having been incurred were insisted on, and he sees no reason to doubt that the Is.payment has actually been made." Ministry of Finance (Defence) Letter No. 6372/ATP, dated 16-12-1959 id sub-paras <i) and (ii) of Rule 165 of F. R.-Part I.] Ministry of Finance (Defence) u. o-No. 343-Pen. dated 15-2-1667.]

(V. SHANKAR)

Secretary to the Govt. of India) Ministry of Defence,

Sub : Recovery of Exce ss/Wrong Payment of pension/Govt. dues an Public claims from pension.

During the course of spot audit, it has come to the notice o office that some Pension Disbursing Authorities are not aware of th( of recovery of excess payment/Wrong payment of pension, from pens 2. In this context, it is mentioned that die Regulation 94 and Pension Regulation for the Army Part-II (1961 Edn.) and correspo Regulation on the Navy and Air Force and Para 28.6 of Pension Pai Instructions, provide for recovery of over issue of pension/Govt. di monthly instalment of One-third. However, as clarified by .linis Defence, new Delhi, the rate of recovery of excess payment/overpa.; will be as under: (i) Not exceeding l/3 rd of the net (Pension plus relief), payable e month without the sanction of the Competent Authority and without the consent of the pensioner. Higher instalment after obtaining consent of the pensioner. Lump sum against the arrears due to revision of pension, without the sanction of Competent authority and without the consent of the pensioner.

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(3) In view of the above, it is requested to issue a circular to ail Treasuries/Link branches/PPOs under your jurisdiction, for compli

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57 . and. a report of the circumstances leading to the overpayment shall be submitted (through the Controller General of De fence Accounts in cases of pensions drawn outside India) to the competent authority. Pending the. orders of that autho rity, no recovery 0 | the overpayment shall be made. If no pension is payable, payment shall cease immediately the error - is detected and a report of the circumstances, leading to the overpayment shall be submitted (through the Controller General of Defence Accounts in cases of pensions drawn out side India) to the competent authority. , (c) Action to be taken by the competent authority.(i) On reipt of the reports specified in clauses (b) (i) and (b)-(ii) above, the upetent authority shall decide, subject to the provisions of sub-clause below, whether the whole or any portion of the overpayment shall recovered or written-off or in cases involving fraud and misconduct nether the pension shall be withheld wholly or reduced, and if so, per manently or temporarily, as the case may be, and communicate his decision to the Controller of Defence Accounts (Pensions). Any amount withheld under this rule shall be adjusted against Jth|! overpayment to the extent necessary. (h) In cases .of pensions drawn in India, overpayments made tiring the 12 months preceding the date of challenge in audit shall ,^.x>t be written off unless it is absolutely impossible to effect recovery. (d) How recovery is made.If the competent authority decides , that the overpayment should be recovered, recovery shall normally be effected in instalments of one-third of the pension unless otherwise : pecified in the orders. If no pension is payable, the method of ;covery shall be decided by the .competent authority (in corisliltatTon >ith ControneFof Defence Accounts (Penslonirin"cases of pensions ' '

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97. Should the circumstances in which overpayment has been .~f" i. ;niade in any case reveal any serious irregularity or defect in procedure ^ / ? T " j * ? or serious failure of audit for which the staff of the Defence Accounts -/^fjjfi^H* .Department is responsible, a full report of the case shall be made by \- '# ; the Controller of Defence Accounts (Pensions) to the Controller Gene ral of Defence Accounts who shall take such further action as may be necessary. '

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SECTION III-JUNIOR COMMISSIONED OFFICERS, OTHER RANKS AND NOCOMBATANTS (ENROLLED) AND THEIR FAMILIES.

Overpayments in India on account of erroneous grant of more than """" - one family pension. ^ ^ n y ^ ^ P' 100. Overpayments made consequent on the erroneous grant of more than one family pension to the same pensioner may be written f f b y t h e c o m P e t e n t authority provided that it is established that the overpayments were made in good faith and that there has been no attempt to defraud. Overpayments resulting^ from false certificates of widowhood or non,s marriage recovery from pension, V
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101. Overpayments of pension obtained by female pensioners on presentation of false certificates of continued widowhood shall, irres pective of the amount involved be referred to the competent authority for orders as to the manner in which the sum fraudulently"'"citiawn by the alleged widow shall be recovered from the pensioners' who signed the false certificates. Unless the pensioners who signed such'a certi ficate can offer a satisfactory explanation other than that they were ignorant of the. .widow's ..remarriage, the sum'obtained by the "alleged widow with the aid of the certificates shall be recovered from fhe pen sioners who signed it in share proportionate to the pension which they are receiving, subject to the proviso that the monthly pension bf each pensioner shall not be reduced by more than one-third, f In a 'case of Jthrs nature no discretion shall be vested in the competent'authority to 1 waive the recovery from the certifying pensioners of the amount "irre1 gularly paid. / The provisions of this regulation shall also apply mutatis mutandis to overpayments of pension made to female pensioners who i submit false non-marriage certificates.

AMENDMENT TO THE PENSION REGULATIONS FOR ARMY, P A R T I I (1961) 28/IV/67 ''.-, - .Regulation 98 Insert the following as a new Regulation: "Recovery of disability pension from a pensioner . who is employedjre-enrolled without disclosing Ms invalidation. .

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98. Any payment of the disability pension made after" the date oi re-employment/re-enrolment to a pensioner who is re-employed/reenrolled without disclosing that he was invalided out of service shall be recovered as under:-' ~ (a) If he is effective,, from, his pay and allowances; and (6) if he is non-effective, from the fresh award of disability pensions if any, sanctioned on the .termination of his re-employment/ . re-enrolment." [A.I. 79/61 and 274/62].

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CHAPTER V H - P R O C E D U R E FOR COMMUTATION OF PENSIONS


SECTION IGENERAL SECTION UNCOMMISSIONED OFFICERS INCLUDING MILITAKY NURSING SERVICE OFFICERS OF

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Age for commutation. 107. The age for the purpose of commutation shall be in accor dance with the date of birth indicated in the audited Army l i s Where however, the date of birth has not been verified in audit the c a s ^ S be submitted for orders of the Government. Submission of application and arrangement for medical examination. r ^ . 1 0 8 * i?J,
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To the Secretary to the Government of India Ministry of Defence through the official who pays the pension and the Controlicr of Defence Accounts (Pensions). *

0 f h fnr t ? * ^ -ideI at g e n ]StU iSe et S saet n tt hael Pha a tm e "t is made at the rate shown y P i t SLw ^ S ' ^ application to commute should reach the command headquarters, at least one month before the date on which the applicant will attain such age. Such applicattons from officers residing outside India should reach Government of

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P T><Ci T h e ^P**31 sum payable shall be assessed by the Controller or Defence Accounts (Pensions) and intimated to the headquarters of fte command concerned or to the Secretary to the Government of India, Ministry of Defence-as the case may be, when forwarding the application, for communication to the applicant. If the applicant is residing in India, the Command Headquarters shall arrange a medical board at any station in India that may be con venient to him/her and the administration, such boards being assem bled under the orders of die State Government/Administration and presided over, when practicable, by the chief civil administrative medi60

AMENDMENT

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CHAPTER VII -SECTION 1- GENERAL DeUte the words "Section 1 - t o r a V and -mter tne

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288/0- (Vcnsions/Servbes). dated 12th June, 1962].

AMENDMENT TO PENSION KEGULATIONS FOR THE ARMY PART II (1961) 30/IV/67 Megulaiion 108 (a) The existing entry against "Outside India" in sub-para (a) of the Regulation is deleted and the following substituted: "To the Secretary to the Government of India through the Indian Mission concerned and the Controller of Defence Accounts (Pensions)". (b) Add the following as new clause (<f): "(d) If the applicant is residing outside India, the Indian Mission concerned shall arrange a medical board at any station in the country convenient to the applicant as well as"to the Mission. The composition of the medical board shall be decided bv the Mission". [M.ofD. No. 9278o/AG/PS4(<rt 11227/D. (Pensions/Services), dated

mm C S . No. 49/VII/6S Regulation 108 4<W the following clause (e): "(e) Before a pensioner is re-examined by a medical board vide Regulation 112, a copy of the report of. the medical board which Price: Inland Re. 0.10 Raise, Foreign Bd. or 4- cents
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^.Under Chapter VII, insert the following as "Section II": "Section IIJunior Commissioned Officers including those granted1 Honorary.Commissions, ORs and Non-combatants (enrolled); of the regular Army and DSC, SSBC/TC, Officers (ex-JCOs/' ORs) and pensioners of erstwhile State Forces". . efm commutation, ''... 115; (a) The following documents in original shall be accepted as^ .oof of the date of birth for the purpose of commutation: (i) The Matriculation Certificate or the Secondary SchoolLaving Certificate, or a Certificate recognised by an Indian University as eqiuvalent to Matriculation, or failing that, (w) Municipal birth certificate or an extract from the Municipal;. birth register, duly, certified by the proper authority, or failing '(Hi) The. record of admission in the registers of the school or schools in which the applicant was educated and also a record of the applicant's age at'various periodical school exa^ minatipns. (b) Where documentary evidence required by (a) above is not available, e date of birth will be verified with reference to the assessed apparent ge given in the enrolment form. For purposes of calculating the date of ;rth in such cases, it will be assumed that the individual has completed e assessed apparent .age on the date of enrolment e.g., if a person has een enrolled on the.1st August 1937 and if on the date his age is assessed 17 years, his date of birth will be taken as the 1st August 1920. In oases which the year and month in which the individual is bbrn are known butt. the actual date, the latter will be taken as the 16th of the month..

17 Submissionof'application; 116. An individual desirous of commuting a portion of his pension shall apply in the prescribed form 'A' (see Appendix V) along with two duly attested copies of his passport size photographs {one copy to be pasted on the application form itself at the appropriate place while the obher is 1^ bo loosely attached to the form), as under:^. .': {a) If he is still in service or has retired but his pension has npt yet been sanctioned, to the Controller of Defence Accounts (Pen sions) through the Record Office concerned. (6) If he is, in receipt of pension, to the ControllerJot ^Defence Accounts (Pensions), through the Pension Disbursing Officer concerned. The Pension Disbursing Officer will while forward ing the application to the Controller of Defence Accounts (Pensions) complete portion *B' in Part I of Form 'A' and also 1'uSiTsh information on the point whether the pension in issue is without any encumbrances. .; In orJer to ensure that payment is made at the rate shown for the specifiad age. it is essential that the application to commute pension should reach the Qffise of the Controller of Defence Accounts (Pensions) at least one month before the applicant will attain such age. Action, by the Gonir6lle,t of Defence Accounts (Pensions). 117. On receipt pf an application the Controller of Defence Accounts (Pensions), >vill inform the individual of the capital sum which will b e payable, to him in the event of his being found to have an average-expecta tion of'life:. and-also instruct him to appear for a medical examination, before a specified authority within three months from the date of OpA(P)'s letter (if application for commutation has been made in advance of the date of retirement or discharge, within three months of that date, but; no case earlier than the actual date of retirement or discharge). This inti mation shall constitute administrative sanction to the commutation of pension, but shall lapse if the medical examination does not take place within the period prescribed in the sanctioning order. If the applicant does not appear for the medical examination before the specified medical authority within the prescribed period, the CDA(P) may at his discretion renew administrative sanction for a further period of three, months with out obtaining a fresh application for commutation of pension. Payment o) commuted value. 118. {a) Average lifeIf the medical, authority reports that the pensioner has an average expectation of life, the capital sum already notified shall be paid to him and the corresponding deduction made from his pension. ' " /:.
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(b) Impaired tifeln case, an addition to his age is recommended e pensioner shaU be informed by registered post arid with arimowledge^ ;eent due, of the medical authority's recommendation arid the capitalised sum payable in beu thereof. The sum offered shall be paid if the applicant oes not withdraw in writing his application within a period of 14 days itom the date on which he receives intimation of the revised sum payable on commutation.

(c) Verification of signatures of the indimdml'Wbile authorising payment of commutation value, CDA(P) shall forward to the Pension .Disbursing Officer form *C5 containing the signatures taken in the presence or the medical authority; with instructions that they should be verified with those received with the Pension Payment Order, _;- (d) Payment en the death of pensioner befcre receiving commute uil^ofpen^on-JU pensioner dies on or after, the date on which the commutation became absolute-but before receiving the commuted value its value shall be paid to his heirs.

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sionitougli tlie Indian Embassy in Nepal, ^ T g ^ ^ m m rfty .Wfllte t i e medical officer of the T " ^ S S w ^ 1 . a resident oW c o n v e r t , ^ f ^ ^ ^ g S S B B o a r d H o s p i t ^ ito. Nepal or the Check ^ ^ * S t of the Indian Em- : medical report will be xevaewea b> the raedicaom ^ However,

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It .shall be permissibe for a Gorkha soldier whose home is In Nepal : id who is due to be transferred to the pension establishment to apply for : |he commutation of His .pension if he so desires, shortly before .the actual . ite of his discharge. In such a case, his medical examination may be .; 'carried out before he leaves his Eegiment/Corps/Oentre on discharge, a t jtibe Military Hospital of the Station at which the Regimont/Corps/Centre :: fis located, : ^oce4uretobefoll&i^mC2)A(PysOJice. 120. On receipt of the application as on Part I of Form 'A', duly ibmpleted by the applicant, the ODA(P) will complete Part I I of the form id forward it in original to the Chief Administrative medical officer mcemed, together with a copy of form *C* and an extra copv of Part H I that form, for arranging medical examination. Copies of the previous f dieal reports or statements of case should also; be forwarded along with ; ,e above forms, in cases where the applicant has been granted invalid ensiohy or has'previously commuted any portion of his pension (or ieelined to accept commutation) on the basis of an addition of years to his actual age,or has been refused coromutatiort on medical grounds. Simul taneously/the CDA(P) will forward to the applicant Form 'B' duly com- ; leted, together with a copy of form 'C', Part I of which will be filled in y the applicant before his medical examination and handed over to the competent medical authority. *"'' Procedure to'befollowed by the Medical Authority, .

,121. The medical authority, after obtaining from the applicant a statement in Part I of Form eC (which must be signed in its presence), shall subject him to a strict examination, enter the results ill Part I I of Form *C' and record its. opinion as to the accuracy with which the pensioner has answered the questions prescribed in Part I regarding his medical history and;habits. I t shall^also complete the certificate contained in. Part I I I and obtain signatures of the pensioner or his thumb and finger .pressions if he is unable to sign the forms. In the case of an applicant who has been or is about to be granted an invalid pension, the grounds of invaliding or the statement of the .edical case shall be duly considered by the certifying medical authority before the certmcatem Part I I I of F o r m ' C ' i s signed. ^ultimate medical authority shall without delay forward the coni-. ?6rms 'A1 and 'C'.in original to the CDA (P), and a certified copy of Part I I I of Form:;'(3',tp the^applicant,

21 Medical Examinations Fees :. 122. If the examination is conducted by a single medical officer the applicant.shall himself pay the medical officer's prescribed fee of Us. 16 out of which Es. 1.2 will be retained by him. and;:the remaining E s . 4 will be credited to the Government. If the applicant is originally examined by a civil medicalboard, he .shall pay a fee of Es. 4 into a Government; treasury and mala* over the receipt for the fee to the board before exa^ n a t i o n together with an additional fee of Es. 12 ir> cash to be retained *lhd divided by the members of the board among themselves. If thepensioner is examined by a Services board, no fee shall be paid by him in respect ohis. first.'examination. Opening of rejected applications for commutation attdpayment of feesfo<r tile ntediealexaminationby a second medical board. 123. A pensioner, after he has opee been refused commutation.cn ;edical grounds or after he has once declined to accept commutation on he basis.of an addition of years to his aetualage, may apply for a second medical examination at his own expense, if at least; a year bas elapsed since the first, examination. Such a re-esemination shall, invariably be made by.a medical board. If the re-examination is carried -.''out1 by a Services Medical Board, the Government share of the fee i^e., Es. 4 shall be credited; to' the Defence Services Estimates and the receipt together with the medical certificate shall be forwarded to the CDA (P). . . If, in the;opinion of the medical authority, some special examination is. necessary; which it is not in a position to carry out itself, it may require the applicant to undergo such examination at his own expense. No refund of Such expenditure will be given by the' Government irrespective. L 'f the result of the examination. |f Recovery of public claims from the commuted'value 124. Before the. capitalised sum is paid, the Controller of Defence ..Accounts (Pensions), will ascertain whether any public claim is outstand ing against the applicant, and deduct the amount of :such. claim from the I lump sum' which : would but for the claim be.payable to him. .Where ' I an overpayment is in the process of recovery from the pension, the' over paid, amount remaining unadjusted at the time of cbrnmutation shall be [recovered in. one lump sum from the commuted value payable. sonwi.wtation of anticipatoryJprovisional pension :' 125. : AD individual who applies for the,commutation of a portion of his pension and such portion is expressed as a percentage or fraction. ..of the total-pension admissible to him and is allowed in the first instance p o commute such percentage or fraction of his anticipatory or provisional

elision will, in the event of hisfinalpension being more than his antieipalory/proyisional pension be allowed to commute a further sum without appearing before a fresh medical board, soas to make the commuted Jmount equal to the specified percentage or fraction of the amount of pen sion as finally sanctioned. In such eases, commutation as finally sanci tioned will also take effect from the date of the original commutation of the anticipatory or provisional pension and the amount of residual pension will also be readjusted from the same date. [AJ. 7/S/61 read with A.I. 218/62 and M of D u.o. No. 94274/AG/PS4 (0/288-D (Pensions/Services) dated 12-6-1962],

AMENDMENT TO PENSION REGULATIONS FOE THE ARMY, PART I I (1961) '" 3I/IV/67 Regulation 109 The words "in India" oee lining in the heading are deleted and the following added as sub-para (c):: "(c) Medical Board for pensioners residing outside IndiaNeces sary fee for the medical board shall be deposited in full by the applicant with the Indian Mission who shall arrange payment to the members of the medical board. The pensioner shall pay the fee of the board according to the rates fixed by the Mission in that country", '[M. of D, letter No. 92785/AG/PSl(c)/11227/D. (Pensions/Services). . dated 16th November, 1963].

61 .".: 4al officer of the State/Administration. In cases where difficulty may iiise in the .assembly of a civil medical board, the command headquar ters may, at their option, convene a suitable services medical board for Me purpose.: ) The pensioner shall at the same time be informed of the date on tvhich he/she should present himself/her self for examination by a me dical board, which in no case, shall be earlier than the actual date of retirement. He/She shall have the option of withdrawing his/her ap plication at any time befare the date fixed for his/her medical board. Medical board's feesBy whom borne in India. 109. (a) Civil medical board.If the examination is conducted ?y a civil medical board in India, the pensioner shall pay a fee of Rs. 16, one fourth of which, viz., Rs. 4, shall be credited to Government as revenue'or* the; civitcfepartment concerned and the balance, viz., Rs. JJ2 shall 'be paid:bythe pensioner in cash to the Board at the time of e medical'examination to beretained and divided by the members f the board amongthemselves. The authority competent to convene the civil medical board shall hen sending an intimation to the pensioner, direct him/her to deposit the Government:share, i.e., Rs. 4, into the civil treasury or the Reserve Bank of India, or its agencies carrying on treasury functions for the ftime being on behalf of the Central Government and to hand over the leceipt along with the balance of fee viz., Rs. 12, in cash to the board 'c.t the time of examination. The above authority shall also direct the board to forward the receipt and the medical certificate to the civil jiudit officer concerned and the Controller of Defence Accounts (Pen sions), respectively, v :;' (b) Services medical board.No fee shall be payable by the pen sioner in respect of his/her first examination1 when he/she is examined jpy a services medical board. Form o medical board report. 110. The medical board shall report in the following form:
"We have carefully examined.
* "jc^sTifi i s ? -

..
ri3S tVic

. .and are of the opinion tha

'U~-:~~~m good bodily health and V prospect of an average duration be/she is inot. :;:'r; ;:.: has not ' of life. We therefore (or do not) recommend compliance with his/her application to be allowed to capitalise a portion of his/her pension.

I.AFJvl.1253 duly completed in our presence is also attached." In the case of impaired lives in which officer's application is re commended, but with an addition of years of age, the following form shall be used:^ / "We have caref ally examined............. .and are of the opinion that he/she is xiot in good bodily health and has not the prospect of an average duration of life. We, however, recommend compliance with

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I.A.F.M.1253 duly completed in our presence is also attached.'" NOTE.Score out the portion which is not applicable. Payment of commoted value in India. expecYatiofof^if? tt h le^ c sports that t h e P e n s ^ner has an averagebe S d n t i f i i ? ' . ^ sum already notified to the officer shall' be paid m the manner indicated by him/her on his/her form of appliS-p e n s i o n e r ^ S f r ^ r a n , a d d i t i to ^Ihzr age is recommended, the pensioner shall be informed u the Controller of Defence Account by by regi red P St and with 3 ? ? ? acknowledgement due of T h e boards recommendatton and of the capital sum plyable in vTew tbere^
P nsi0ns> w w e e f f r o m the T ^ A^Tu ,? despatched within, Whl h h e / s h e receives revisSsum J.t n c o m m u t a t 1 intimation of theS i n u A ? s / h a l ! c a t - If the applicant does not with i n I I i ? ' , f PP 'on within the period of two weeks orescnbed above, he/she shall be presumed to have accepted the sIS^ofoed.

(b) The capitalised sum shall be payable in India. possible b u t ? n n t l f C O m u t e d v a l u e s h a ] l ^ made. as expeditions^ as possible but m the case of an impaired life, no payment shall be made withdL^^^xpiSdro1;011
th aPPllCati

n ^

C O m

- y be

(ii.) earlier, if a written acceptance of commutation Is received.


CaS th ^r-V^Ji? \ ! c ? m m u t e d P o r t i of pension has been drawn drawn shall L ^deducted from the amount e payableb sinI ucommutation. / T ^ b Came a o te' the u, drawn shalf be ' f ,

became O^Lt^^hJ^ v S c ^ ^

t ^ r a f t e \hh e d a y n t ^ ^

which

^mutation ^ - l u e , this

Opening of rejected application for commutation and payment of fees tor the medical examination by a second medical board. h k / i i l 2 ( a ) . A P e n o n e r w h o s e application to commute a portion of board o r P S ? H ^ S b e e n i r < ? - e C t ^ n ^ r e c o ' d ^ n of a medical Doard or who has once declined to accept commutation on the basis of an addmon of years to his/her actual age recommended by a S e a l uoaid, may, if he/she appears for the revision of the original finding,'be

AMENDMENT TO PENSION REGULATIONS FOR TEE ARMY, PART I I (1961): . . 32/IV/67 Hegidtttion 111 (a) Dekte.:^a words: "in India" occurring in the heading of the Regulation. (b) Substitute the f o l l o w i n g ^ existing sub-para (b) of the regular "(6) The capitalised sum shall be paid as under: {i) Pensioners residing in India as well as those residing outside wlwhave.ixot been permitted to draw their pension outside India. The capitalised sum shaU be payable in India but pensioners residing outside India will have to make their own arrange ments for its transfer to the foreign country concerned. (ii) Pensioners, residing outside India,, who have been permitted to draw their pension in a foreign country, Payment of capitalised value shall be made through the Indian Mission", . [M. ofD letter No. 93986/AG/PS4(o)/6212/D. (Pensions/Services), dated 26th July, 1962]. .' '' '

AMENDMENT TO PE NSION REGULATIONS FOR THE ARMY, PART I I (1961) 33/IV/67 Regulation 114 /Substitute the existing Regulation including the heading by the following: "Commutation of anticipatory/provisional pensionOfficers. 114. An applicant for commutation of his pension who has clearly indicated his intention to commute the maximum amount of . . . . ' his pension or expressed the amount proposed to be commuted as a fraction, or percentage of the full and fmaf pension within the maximum permissible limits and is allowed to" commute such fraction or percentage of the anticipatory or the provi sional pension, shall neither be required to apply afresh nor to produce a fresh certificate of medical examination for com mutation of the difference between the fraction or percentage . of the final pension and the anticipatory pension or provisional pension. As the commutation in such cases is payable in two instalments, one out of the anticipatory or the provisional pension and the other after final assessment of pension, the report from the Controller of Defence Accounts (Pensions'! will have to be called for twice. A fresh sanction of the -com. petent authority for the difference of the commuted value, is.

stoned wm b0 J ? 2 S J ^ . ^ . communication of the anticipatory or provision*1 ^ ^ . ,, the amount of residual-pension liti 1 1 ^ 2 ^ the same date." ;. ' ^adjusted fronv [M. of I). Corrigendum No. 94274/AG/PS4fc]/98S/TY VT> s i K , . Servces), dated 12th January, 1962]" * " l ' ^ P e o <**/ '

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permitted to appear for one re-examination by a medical board, provi ded that a period of not less than one year has elapsed since the date? on which he / she was examined by the first medical board. In such cases. the procedure outlined in clause (i) of regulation 109 shall be followed irrespective of whether the re-examination is conducted by a civil or a. services medical board, except that when the examination is conducted! by the services medical board the Government share of the fee, i.e., Rs._ 4,. shall be credited as receipt of the Defence Services and the receipt together with the medical certificate shall be forwarded to the Control ler of Defence Accounts (Pensions). (b) If in the opinion of the medical authority prescribed in clause (a) some special examination is necessary which it is not in a position to carry out itself, it may require the pensioner to undergo such exa mination at his/her expense. No refund of such expenditure shall be given by Government irrespective of the result of the examination. Recovery of public claims from the commuted value 113. Before the capitalised sum is paid, the Controller of DefenceAccounts (Pensions) shall ascertain whether any public claim is out standing. against the applicant and deduct the amount of any sucht claim from the lump sum which would, but for the claim, be payable to him/her. Commutation ol anticipatory /provisional pension 114. A pensioner who applies for the commutation of a portion of his/her pension and such portion is expressed as a percentage or fraction of the total pension admissible to him/her and is allowed in the first instance to commute such percentage or fraction of his/her anticipatory or provisional pension will, in the event of his/her final pension being more than his/her antici patory/provisional pension be allowed to commute a further sum with out appearing before a fresh medical board, so as to make the com muted amount equal to the specified percentage or fraction of the amount of pension as finally sanctioned. In such cases, commutation as finally sanctioned will also take effect from the date of the original commutation of the anticipatory or provisional pension and the amount of residual pension will also be re-adjusted from thS same date.

APPENDIX I {Referred to in Regulation


LIST I
L

53)

%slSl^lrl

a S

., at which Pensioners from Defence Services Pension Payin*1 Officers

No.

District Treasury

Sub-Treasuries under the District Treasury

G.O.C.-in-C. Southern Command 1 ANANTPUR


Anantpur Dharmavaram Gooty Hindu pur Kalyandrug Kadiri Mandakasira Penukonda Rayadrug Tadapatn Uravakonda Chandragiri Chittor Kalahasti Kuppam Madnapalii Palmaner Punaganer Puttur Tirutanni Vayalped Badvel Cuddapah Jammalamadugu Kamalapuram Pulivendala Proddatur Rajampet Rayachoti Siddavatam Treasury Office Do. Do. Do. Do. Do. Do. Do. Do. Do. Do. Do. Do. Do. Do. Do. Do, Do. Do. Do. Do. Do. Do. Do. Do. Do. Do. Do. Do. Do.

2 CHITTOR

3 CUDDAPAH

64

65
1 2 3

EAST GODAVARI KAKINADA. -

AT

Amalapuram Bhadrachallam Kakinada Kothapeta Nagur Peddapuram Pithapuram . Razole Rajahmundry Ramachandrapuram Rampachodavaram Tuni Biiimavaram Chintalapudi Eluni Kovvur Narsapur Polavaram Tankku TadepaHigudem Addanki Bapatla Guntur Macherla Narasaraopet Ongole Paliiad Repalli SattenapalU Tenalli Vinukonda Bandar Divi Gannavaram Gudivada Ka&alur Nandigama Nuzivid Thiruvuru Vijayavada

Treasury Officer. Do. Do. Do. Do. Do. Do/ Do. Do. Do. Do. Do. Do. Do. Do. Do. Do. Do. Do. Do, Do. Do. Do. Do. Do. Do. Do. Do. Do. Do. Do. Do. Dp. Do. Do, Do. Do. Do. Do.. Do.

GODAVARI ELURU.

WEST

AT

\ 6 GUNTUR . .

: 7 KRISHNA AT MASULIPATAM (Bandar). -

66 3 8 KURNOOL Alur Adoni Atmakur Bhanganapalli Dhone Koilkuntala Kumbum Kurnool Markapur Nandikotur Nandyal Pathikonda Sirval Yemiganur Atmakur Darsi Gudur Kanigiri Kandukur Kavalli Kovur Nellorc Podili Rapur Sulurpct Udayagiri Venkatagiri Hobbili Chirapalli Ichapuram NarasannapeCa Pithapatnam Palakonda Parvathipuram Salur Sompeta Srikakulam Tekkali Anakapalli Bheemun ipat nam Gelugonda 4 Treasury Officer. Do. Do. Do. Do. Do. Do. Do. Do. Do. Do. Do. Do. Do. Do. Do. Do. Do. Do. Do. Do. Do. Do. Do. Do. Do. Do. Do, Do. Do. Do. Do. Do. DoJ Do, Do, Do. Do. Do. Do. Do.

9 NELLORE

10

S1RIKAKULAM

11

VISHAK.HAPATNAM

67
3 4 Treasury Officer. Do. Do. Do. Do. Do. Do. Do. Do. Do. Do. Do. Do. Do. Do. Do. Do. Do. Do. Do. Do. Do. Do. Do. Do. Do. Do. Do. Do. Do. Do. Do. Do. Do. Do. Do. Do. Do. Do.

11 VISHAKHAPATNAM- on id. Giidem


Saravasiddhi Srungavarupukota VeeravalJi Vizianagram Visakhapatnam

A2. ADILABAD

Asifabad Beath Bhainsa Chinoor Khanapur (Mahal) Lakshathipet Madhol Nirmal Rajura Sirpur Utnoor Hyderabad East Hyderabad West Ibrabimapatan Madchat Secuiiderabad Sahabad Tandur Vikarabad Huzurabad Jagtial Mahadcvpur Metapalli (Mahal) Sircelia Sultanabad Kethagudeum Madhira Paloncha Yellandu Achampet Atmmakur Alampur Gadwal

13

HYDERABAD

'.

14|_ KAREEMNAGAR

15 KHAMMAM

16 MAHBOOBNAGAR

68
1 2 3 Kalwakurti Kodangal Kolhapur Makthal Nagarkarnoo! Pargi Shadnagar Wanaparti A Treasury Officer. Do. Do. Do. Do. Do. Do. Do. Do. Do. Do. Do. Do.. Do. Do;. Do. Do. Do. Do. Do.. Do. Do. Do. Do. Do. Do. Do. Do. Do. Do. Do. Do. Agents, Hyderabad State Bank, Secimdcrabad.

16 MAHBOOBNAGARcomtf.

17 MEDAK (HQr. at Sangareddi) Andol Gajwel Medak Narasapur Narayankhed Sangareddi Siddipet Zeheerabad 18 NALGONDA . Bhongir Devarkonda Huzurnagar Miryalguda Ramannapet Suryapet Armoor Banswada Bodhan Kamareddi Yciiareddi . Jangaon Mahboobabad Mulug Pakhal Parkal

19 NIZAMABAD

20 W A R R A N G A L .

21

SECUNBERABAD

G.O.C.-in-C Eastern Command. 22 AGARTALA (Tripura) Araarpur BeJonia Bharamnagar Khowai Treasury Officer. Do. Do. Do.

69 I 2 3 Kamalpnr Kailashahr Saabroom Sonamure Udaipur .. Hailakandi Karimganj Mangal Dai ' . Halflong 4 Treasury Officer; Do. Do, Do. Do. Do, Do. Do. Do. Do. . Goalpara Do. Do. . . . . Golaghat Sibsagar Sarpeta North Lakhimpur Sadiya Lungleh Mokokchuag Feni . Jowai Do. Do, Do, Do. Do. Do, Do. Do.

22 AGARLALA (Tripura) contd.

23 CACHAR (Silchar) 24 DARRANG (Tezpur) 25 DIPHU

. . .

26 GARO HILLS (Tura)". 27 GOALPARA (Dhubri) 28 IMPHAL 29 JORHAT

30 KAMRUP (Gauhati) . 31 LAKHIMPUR . (Dibrugath). .

32 LUSHAIfflLLS (Aijal) 33 NAGA fflLLS (Kohima) 34 NOWGONG (Assam) 35 SHILLONG (Khasi HiUs)

Commander Bengal, Biter Orissa (Independent) Sub-Area 36 BALASORE Bhadrak Do. Do. Nilgiri 37 BANKURA 38 BHAGAIPUR 39 BHUTAN . 40 BIRBHUM (H. Qrs. at Suri) .41 BOLANGIR-PATNA . Ranipurhat Ratnajarh Sonepur Titlagarh Bishnupur Banka Do. Do. Political Officer, Bhutan. Treasury Officer, Do. Do. Do.

6115 Army/61

70
I 2 Asansol Kalna Katwa Bettiah DMiata Mathabhanga JVfekliganj Tufanganj Athgarh Banki Barambe Jajpur Kendrapara Narasinghpur Tigiria Treasuj^? O DoDo. Do. Do. Do. Do. Do. Do. Do. Do. Do. Do. Do. Do. Do. Do. Do. Do. Do. Angal Athamalik Hindol Kamakhyaoagar Fallahara TaJchar Deoghar Godda Jamtara Pakaur Rajmahal at Shibganj Aska Barhampur Chatrapur Kodala Paralakimedi Stsroda Bhanjnagar Rudayagiri Do. BoDo. Do. Dc. Do. Do. Do. Dc. Do. Do. Do. Do. Do. Do. Da.
Do.

42 BURDWAN

43 CHAMPARAN (Mot&ari) 44 COOCH BEHAR

45 CUTTACK

46 DARBHANGA (Laheri Saraf Madhubani 47 DARJEEL1NG . Kalimpong Kurseotig Sfliguri

48 DHAKBAD 49 DHANKANAL .

50 DUMKA

51 GANJAM (Chatrapur)

Do. Kte.

71
1 : 2 . . . 3 Aurangabad J&baoabad Nawada Chatra Giridih Atambagh Chandernagoie Serampur Uhiberia . . AHpurduars Dharamgarh Nawapara Thuamal Rampur . Anandapur Champua 4. Treasury Officer. Do. Do. Do. Do. Do. Do; Do. DoDo; Do. Do. Do. Do. DoDo. Do. Do. Do. Do;Do. Bamanghati (Karaajiv) Katopada (Rairangpur) Panchpir (Udala) Gontai Ghatal Jbargam Taraluk Begusarai Jamui. Do Do. Do. Do. Do. Do.
Do. "'

52 GAYA

53 HAZARIBAGH 54 HOOGHLY (H. Qrs. at Ghinsurah). 55 HOWRAH 56 JALPAIGURI

51 KALAHINDT CBhawani patna) 58 KEONJHAR 59 KORAPUT . . .

. . . . Gunupur Jaypore
Malkaiigiri ;.("

' Nowarangpur Rayagada W MALDA .

61 MAYURBHANJ (Barjpada)

62 MIDNAPORE .

-63 MONGHYR

Do. Do. Do. Do. Do.


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64 MURSHIDABAD (H. Qis. Jaogtpur at Behrarapur). Kaiidi Lalbagh 65 MUZAFFARPUR , Hazipur Sitamarhi

Do.

72 1 2 3 Ranaghat . Lathar 4 Treasury Officer. Do. Do. Do. Do. Do. Do. Do. . . . Bhubaneshwar Dassapalla Khandpara Khurda Nayagarh Ranpur . . Gumla Khunti Simdega Madhipura Supaul Bemada (Deogarh) Baragarh Kuchinda Rairakhol Gopalganj Bhabua Buxar Sasaram Dhalbhum (Seraikella) Jamshedpur Araria Kishatiganj Do. Do, Do. Do. Do. Do. Do. Do. DoDo. Do. Do. Do* Do. Do. Do. Do. Do. Do. Do. Do. Do. Do. Do. Political Officer, $ikkim. Treasury Oificer.

66 NADIA (H. Qrs. at Krishnagar) 67 PALAMU (Daltonganj) 68 PATNA . . .

. Barh Bihar

69 PHULBANI (Boudh Phul- Ballinguda bani) Boudh Gudayagiri 70 PORTBLAIR 71 PURI . .

72 PU8NEA 7.3 PURULTA 74 RANCHI ,

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75 76

SAHARSA SAMBALPUR .

77 SARAN (Chapra) 78 SHAHABAD (Arrah)

79 SINGHBHUM (Chaibasa) . 80 GANTOK . . . .

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(6j i^fe^ thS ezisW-entries fir, fxr [MAHARASHTRA AREA .; 84. ABmednagar (&B.L) 1. Atola 2. Jamkhed 3. Karjat 4. Kopergaon (S.B.I.) . S.-Nevasa 6. Parrer 7.: Pathafdi. 8. Rahuri 9- Sangamner (S.B.I.) 10.. Shevgaon H , SJirigoada -.SB. A k o k ^ . B . L ) : 12. Shrirampur (S.B.I.) 1. Akola 2. Abot (S.B.I) 3. Balapur i. Mangrul 5. Murtizapiir 6, Washim (S.B.I.)

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1. Achalpur (Ellichpur). . 2. Chandur . ; 3. CBikhalda (Meighat), 4; Baryapur (S.B.I.) 5. Moisi. 1. Ambad.-. 2. Bhokardan 3. Gangapur 4. Jafferabad 5. Jalna ( S . B : H 0 ; 6. Kannad . 7. Khuldabad. 8. Paithan
9. S i l l o d ,'.';.

87. AiJrangabad (S.B.I.)

10. Vaijapur (S.B.H.) feBhandaia (S.B.I.) . 1. Gondia (S.BJ.)"' ' 2. Sakoliy

8&. Bhir (S.B.H.)

1. Ashti ; 2. Georai 3. Karj . 4. Mominabad (S.B.H.) .; .5. MaBJlegaor 6. Patoda


:

90. Buldana (S.BJ.)

1. Chikhli (S.B.L) 2. Jalgaon 3. Khamgaon (S.B.L) 4. Malkapur (S.B.I.) 5. Mehker (S.B.L) 1. Bhampuii (S.B.I.) .2- Garhiroli ; 3. Eajuxa 4. Siroancha 5. Waiora (S.B.L) T

9LGlianda(S.B.I.)

24
2. Jalgaon (S.B.t.) ';'. I. Amalner(S.B.I.) 2. Bhadgaon , B. Bliusaval (S.B.I.) 4. Chalisgaon (S.B.I.) :/. 5. CSbopda (S.B.I.); 6. Edlabad
7. E i a n d o l '-.''

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8.. Jamner 9. Paehora ..10i. Parola 11. Raver


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93. Eolaba (Alibag)


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4. Mangaou 5. Matheran v 8. Mhasala . : 7.,Murud '.';' 8. Panvel (S.B.-L) :' 9.; Pen . 10. Poladpur 11. Rolia 12. Shiivaidian .: ,.13. Sudhagarh ; 14. Uran 94. Kolhapur ;(S.B.I;) , 1. Aiaxa . 2. Bavda ... 3. Bliudargad ';' 4. Chandgad-._. ':.': .5. Grandhinglaj ': 6. :Hatkanangle .'. 7. Kagal 8. Kaiweer, 9. Panhala 10. RadhanaEgari

25 11, Stahuwadi 12. SHrol .1. Kamptee 2. Katol 3. .Ramtek 4. Saoner 5. tJmter 1. Biokar : : 2. Biloli 3. Degta 4. Hadgaori . .5. Kandb-ar : 6. KiDwat : 7, MukW : 1. Baglan : 2. Chandoi ., 1 Dindoti ' 4. Igatpuri (S-B.I-) 5.Kalwan ;: 6. MalegaoD (S.B.I.) 7. Nandgaon (S-B.L) 8. mptad.'(S.B.I.) . 9. Feint V 10. SiHaar 11. Swgana 12. Yeola (S.B.I.) : ' 1, Jaqli 2. Kaiad (S.B.I0 ..':.,.'#, Khandala ; 4. Ehata%' 5. Koregaoa . ,. 6. E-oynangai;. '&. 7, Mal^balesltwaT : 8. Man . 9;patan : I0f Bialtar (S.B.I.)

95. Nagpm (S.B.I.)

96. Sanded (S-B.H.)

97.Nasik(S.B.I.)

98. Sataia (S.B.I.)

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26 m Osmanabad (S.B.H.) 1. Ahmadpur 2. Bhoom 3. Kalam 4. Latin (S.B.H.) 5. Nilanga 6. Omerga 7. Ossa 8. Parenda 9. Tulijapnr .10,:.JJdgir.(S.B.H0 1. Basmathnagar 2. G-angakhed 3. Hingoli (S.B.H,) 4. Jintnr;. : 5. Kalamnuri '! 6. Partur 7. Pat'bri 1. Ambegaon. 2. Baramati 3. Bihar 4. Di^nd. 5. Haveli; . 6. Indapur - 7. JupDar. 8. Kled (S.B.I, j 9. Mawal (Vadgaon) 10. Mulsbi 11. Purandhai 12. Sirur 13. Velhe, 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. CHplun (S.B.I.) Dapoli Devgad Gutagar Itankavli Eked (S.B.I.)

100. Paibham (S.B.H.).

Wl. Poona (S.B.I.)

102.. Ratnagiri.(S.B.I.)

27 7. Kudal : .8. Malvan (S.B.L) \ 9. Mandangad 10. Rajapur 11. Sangameshwar (Devrokli) 12;. Sawantwadi 13. Venguria iuo. onoiapur (S.B.I.) 1. Akaltot (S;B.I.) 2. Barai (S.B.I.) 3. Earmala 4. Madna 5. Malasiras 6, Mangalwedha 7. Mohol 8. Pandharpur (S.B.I.) 9. Sangola 1. Jath % Khanapur (Vita) 3. Miraj (S.B.I.) 4. Shirala 5. Tasgaon 6. Walwa (Islampnr) 1. Baseein (S.B.L) % Bhiwandi (S.B.I.) 3. Dahanu (S.B.I.) 4. Jawhar 5. Ealyan (S.B.L) 6. Mokhada ; 7. Murbad 8. Palghar (S.B.I.) 9. Shahapur 10. Wada . 1. Aryi (S.B.I.) 2. Hingangtat (S.B.L)

104. Sangli (S.B.I.)

105. Tnana (S.B.I.)

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28 107. Dhulia (S.B.L) 1. Akkalkuwa 2. Nandurbai (S.B.I.) 3. Na-wapm

4. Sakri
5, 6. 7. 8. 108. Yeotmal (S.B.I.) Sindkheda Sh.ab.ada Shiipu* (S.B.I.) Taloda

1. Darwha (S.B.L) 2. Kelapm (S.B.L) (Pan kawada) ' 3. Pusad (S.B.L) 4. Wani (Wun). (S.B.L) 5. Yeotmal 1. Pay and Accounts Bombay. GUJABAT AREA <Office,

109. Bombay

110. Ahmedabad (S.B.I.)

1. . 2. 3. 4, 5.

Dehgaum Dtandkuka (S.B.L) Dholka (S.B.L) Sanand /.... Viramgam (S.B.L)

111. Amreli (S.B.L)

1. Babra 2, Damnagar (Tinder Sub Lathi) 3. Dhari 4. Jafrabad 5. Lathi 6. Liliya 7. Khamba 8. Kodinar 9. Rajula 10. Vadia-Kiuakavav

29 112. Banaskantlia (Palanpur S.B I.) 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. .7. 6. 9. 10. 118. Baroda (S.B.I.) Danta Deesa (S.B.I.) ".' Deodar Dhanera Kankrej Radhanpnr Tharad : ; Vadgam Vaiahi (Santalpur) Mav

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114. Bhaynagar (S.B.S.)

115. Broach. (S.BX)

30
4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 116. Jamnagar (S.B.S.) 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. Hajisot Jamtmsar (S.B.I.) Jliagadia Nanded (Kajpipla) (S.BX> Sagbara Vagra Valia , Bhanwad Dhiol Dwarka ; Jamjodljpi& Jodia .V''. Kala-wad . Kalyaiipur Khambhalia

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4. Jhalod ',:

120. Melsana (S.B.I.)

121. Panch Mahal (S.B.I.)

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5. Halol (S.B.I.) 6. Kalol 7. Limkheda 8. iiimavada 9. Santarampur 10.JShehera [ ':

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4. Jetpur 5. Kandorna 6. Kotla Saagani 7. Lodhika : .. 8. Malia 9. Morvi (S.B.S.); 10. Paddhari 11. Upleta 1.2. Wankaner 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. Bayad Bhiloda Idar (S.B.I.) Khedbrahuia Malpui Meghraj Modasa (S.B.I.) Prantij Vijayanagar

123. Sabarkantha (Hitaatnagar) (S.B.I.)

124, Surat (S.B.I.)

1. Ah.wa (Dangs) 2. Bansda 3. Bardoli 4. Bulsar (S.B.I.) 5. Chikhli. 6. Dharampur 7. Gandevi 8. Kamrej 9. Mandvi 10. Maliuva 11- Mangrol 12. Navsaii (S.B.I.) 13. Olpad 14. Palsana

33 15. Pardi, 16. Songad ;i7. Vated ^'.- ,18.' Vyara 19,'XJmbergaon : 125. SurendraFLatjar: . 1. Chotila 2.'Dasada : 3. Dhramgadhra . \ A. Ealyad 5. Lal-drfai' 6. Limbdi; . 7 . Muli. : ' 8. Sayla
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95 BROACH-centd,

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96 BULDANA . 97 CHANDA

Brabmapun Godchiroli Sironcha : Warora 98 EAST KHANDESH (Mgoan) Amalner Bhadgaoo Bhusawal ChaKsgaon Chopda Edlabad Erandol Jamner Pachora Parola Rawar Yaval 99 GOHILWADA (Bhavnagar), Botad Gadhoda Gariadhar Jafrabad Lathi Lflya Mahuva Palitana Rajula Savar Kundta Sihor , Talaja Uriirala Vala

76

100 HALAR (Jamnagart

Bhanwad Dhrol Jam Jodhpur Jodiya Kalvad Katyanpur Khambbalta LaSpur Anand Baiasinor Borsad Cam bay Kapadvanj Matar Mehmadabad Nadiad Petlad Thasara Karjas Khalaptir Mahad Mangaon Matheran Mhasala Murud Panvol Poladpur Roha Shrivardhaii Sudhagad Uran Ajara Bavda Bhudargad Chandgad Gadb inlay Hatkanangal Kagal Karveer Pandala

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102 KOLABA (Altbag)

103 KOLHAPUR

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Radhanagri Shahuwadi Shirol Abdasa Anjar Bachaua Gandhidham Khadir Khavda Lakhpat Mandvi Mundra Nakhatraaa Nailia Ranpur

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107 NAGPUR

Karaptee Katol Ramtek Saonar Utnrer Bhokar Bilols Hsdgaon 13egiur Kandhar Kinwat Mukhed Rajura

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108

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111 GSM AN AB AD .

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112 PANCHMAHALS'(Godbxa)

113 PARBHANI

114 POONA

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115 RATNAG1IU

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116 SABARKANTHA (Hsmmat- Bayad nagar). Bhiloda Idar Khedbrahma Malpur Megraj Modasa Prantij Vijayansgar 117 SHOLAPUR Akalkot Barsi Karmala Madha Malsiras Mangalwedha Mabol Pandharpur Sangola Bhesan Keshod Kutiyana Maliyahatina Manavdar Mangrol Mendarada Porbaixlar Ranavav Talala Una Vanthalt Veraval Visavadar Jath Khanapur Mtraj Shirata Tasgaon Walwa

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118

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119 SOUTH SATARA (Sangli)

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120 SURAT

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121 THANA

122

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123 WEST KHANDESH (Dhulia) Akkalkuwa Nandurbar Nawapur Sakri Sindkeda Shabada Shirpur Taloda

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. Darwhal Kelapur Posad Want Chotik Dasda Dhrangadiiara Hahvad Lakh tar Limbdi Muli Sayla Wadhawan City

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125 ZALAWAD (Surendreoagar)

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127 BARAMULLA

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129 J'AMMU

- AJkhnoor Jammu R. S. Pora Samba . Basoli BilJawar Hiranagar Kathua Jasmergarh Kargil Leh

130 KATHUA

131 LEH

AMENDMENT

O PENSION REGULATIONS FOR THE ARMY, PART I I (1961) ' ;23/IV/67

Regulation 66 (a) Add the following Note at the end of clause ().:- "NOTEService or disability pensioners, .except female pensioners. and those who have been specially exempted by Government, will as. an additional means be identified with reference to their photographs sent to the Pension Disbursing Officer by the . CDA (Pensions)". [M. of D. letter No. 95426/AG/PS4(c)/5797/D. (Pensions/ Services), / d a t e d the 13th June, 1963]. (6)'In the Regulation add the following as "Note" at the end of clause (c), "NOTERetired commissioned officers can.sign the life certificate on pension bill form (IAFA-319)". [Note below para 11 of the PPISj.

132 POQNGH

Pooncli Mander Rajauri Nowshera Budgam gtanderbal Srinagar Gulabgarh Ramnagar Resai Udhampur Madras, Mysore & Kerala Area

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134 UPHAMPUR

135 ALLEPEY

Chenganmir Kayamkulam Mavelikara Sherthallai Thiruvalla Anefcal Taluk Chennapatna. TaWt Devanahally > Hoskote DoddabaHapur JCannakapura Magadt Neelamangak Eamnagaram Belgaum (Hnzur Treasury) Knanapur Talofca Bailhonga (Sampgaoti) Saundatt (Parasgad) Gofckak Taluka Ramdurg Chikod Stoker Atban Raibag (Mahal)

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136

BArGALORe(StaiefHuzur Treasury)

137 BELGAUM

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138 BELLARY

Harapanahalli Hospet Kudligi Sandur Bhalki Humnabad Santhpur (Aurad) Badami Bagalkot Bagevadi Bilgi Hunguud Indi Jamakhand Muddibihae Mudhot Sindgi Hosdrug Kasargode Manantody Tellicherry Kadur Koppa Mudigere Narasimharajapur Sringeri Tarikere Chingleput {HQrs. at Saidapet) Chingleput (Sub Treasury) Kancheepuram Madurantakam Ponncri Sriperumbudur Tiruvallur Uttaramerur

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139 BIDAR

140 BIJAPUR

141 CANNANORE .

142 CHICKMAGLUR

143 CHINGLEPUT .

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144 CHITALDURG

Challekere Taluk Davanagere Harihar Hiriyur Holalkere Hosadurga Jagalur Molkalmuru Avanashi Bhavani Coimbatore Dharapuram Erode Gobichettipalayam Pollachi Tirupur (Palladam) Udamalpet Ponnatnpet (only on two days in a week, Monday & Friday) Somwarpet Virajpet Byadgi Gadag Hangal Haveri Hubli Hirekerpur Kalghatgi Kundgol Mundargi Nargund Navalgund Rameberasur Ron Shiggaon Shirhatti

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145 COIMBATORE

146 COORG (MERCARA)

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147 DHARWAR

148 GULBARGA

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J49 HASSAN

150 KANARA NORTH*(Karwar)

151

KANYAKUMARI . .

152 KOLAR

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153

KOTTAYAM

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154 KOZHIKODE

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155 MADURAI

156 MANDYA

157 MYSORE .

158 NILGIRIS

159 NORTH ARCOT

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160 PALGHAT

Alathur Ottappalam Perintalmanna Ponnani Karunagappally Kunnathur Pathaaapuram Pathanamthitta. Devodurg Gangavathi Koppal Kustagi Lingsugur Manwi Sindhnoor Yelbarga. Amppukottai Devakottai Mudukulathur Parmagudi Ramanathapuram Ramanathapuram (Huzur Treasury at Madurai) Sattur Sivaganga Srivilliputtur Tirupattur Tiruvadanai Virudunagar Attur Dharmapurt Harur Hosur Krishnagiri Mettur Namakkal Gmalur Rasipuram Salem Thriuchengode Uttangarai Ycrcaud

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161 QUILON .

162 RAICHUR

163 RAMANATHAPURAM

164 SALEM

89 1
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165 SHIMOGA

166 SOUTH ARCOT


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167 SOUTH KANARA(Manglore) Belthangady Coondapur Karkal Puttur Udipi 168 TANJORE . Arantangi Kumbakonam Mannargudi Mayuram Nagapattinam Nannilam Orathanad Papanasam Pattukottai Sirkali Tanjore Tiruturaipundi Tiruvarur (Nagapatti nam) Alangudi Ariyahir (Udayarpalayam) Jayankondacholapuram (Udayarpalayam) Karur

169 TIRUCHIRAPALU . /

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170

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173 TUMKUR

Commander Madhya Pradesh (Indep) Sub-Area 174 BALAGHAT . Baihar Warasehoni , Bharmpratappur Bhopalpatnam Bijapur Treasury Officer Do. Do. Do. Do.

175 BASTAR (Jagdalpur)

91

175 BASTARcontd.

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176 BETUL 177 BfflND

178 BHOPAL

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179 BlLASPUR

Mungeli Sakti 180 CHHATARPUR Bijawar Chandla Nowgong Amarwara Sausar Hatta . . Seondha

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181 CHINDWARA . ,182 DAMOHA 183 DATIA

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184 DEWAS

Bagli Kannod Khategaon Sonkatch Badnagar Kukshi Manawar Sardarpur Tappa Dhararapuri Balodsanjari Bemetra Dongargarh Kawardha Kliairgarh Rajnandgaon Ashoknagar Chachoda HungawaH Raghogarh Bhander Gird Pichor Harda Pachmarhi Seoni Malwa Sohagpur. Depalpur Indore Manpur Mhow Sawer

185 DHAR

386 DURG

387 GUN A

188 GWALIOR

189 HOSHANGABAD

190 INDORE

191 JABALPORE

Katni Patan (Jabalpore) Sihora Alirajpur Jobat Petlavad Thandla

192 JHABUA

93.
'. .1. . 2 . . 3 . 4 Treasury Officer Do. Do. Do. Do. Do. Do. Do. Do. Do. Do. Do. Do. Do. Do. Do. Do. Do. Do. Do. Do. Do, Do. Do. Do. Do. Do. Do. Do. Do. Do. Do. Do. Do. Do. Do. Do. Do. Do.

193 KHARGONE

Barwaha . Barwani Bhikangaon Kasrawad Matieshwar Raj pur Seridhwa Tappa Pancemal

194 MANDLA . . ,195 MANDSAUR

..

. Dindori (Mandla) Niwas , Bhanpura Gandhi NagarDam (Chambel Hydel Works) Garotb. Jawad Malhargarh Manasa Neemuch Rampura Singoii Sitamau Sunel' . Arnbah Bijapur Jaura Sabalgarh Sheopur . Gadarwara Burhanpur Harsud . Ajaigarh Pawai . Dharamjaigarh Gharghode Fashpurnagar Sarangarn . Balodabazar Dhamtari Gariaband (Bindra Navagarh) Mahasamund

196 MORENA

. 197 NARSIMHAPUR 198 NIMAR (Headquarter at Khandwa). . 199 PANNA . : . 200 RAIGARH . .

201 RAIPUR .

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1 202 2 RAJGARH (Biora) . 3 Biora . . KMchipur Narsinghgarh Sarangpur Jirapur Alot Rajna Jaora Sailana Mauganj Sirmur Teontfier Band a (Sagar) Khurai Rchli
1

4 . Treasury Officer Do. Do. Do. Do. Do. Do. Do. Do, Do. Do, Do. Do. Do. Do. Do.. Do. Do.. Do. Do. Do. Do. Do. Do. Do. Do.Do, Do. Do.. Do. Do. Do. 1 Do. Do. Do. Do. Do. DO. : Do,

203

RATLAM .

204 REWA

205

SAGAR

206

SATNA

Amarpatan Maibar Nagod Lakhndon Basanihau (Pushpriajgarh) Beohari Umeria Agar Shujalpur Susner Karera Kofaras Pichore Pohri

207 208

SEOTNI SHAHDOL

209

SHAJAPUR

210

SHIVPURI

211 SIDHI 212

Baidhan (Singrauli) Jiawan (Dcosar) SARGUJA (HQrs. at Ambika Baikutithpur pur) Fanakpur (Changbhafcar) Kusmi TViaaendragarh Ramanujganj Surajpur TIKAMGARH Jatara Newari

213

95
1 214
' 2

3 . .. Baranagar Khachrod Mahidpur Tarana Basoda Kurwai Leteri Sironja

4 Treasury Officer Do. Do. Do. Do. Do. Do. Do.

UJJAIN

215 VIDHISA (BhQsa)

Commander Punjab & Himadial Pradesh (Indep) Sub-Area 216 AMRTTSAR . . . Ajnala Patti Taran Taran . Jagadhari Kharar Naraingarh Rupar Faridkot Mansa Bilaspur Chamba Chowari Treasury Officer Do. Do. Do. Do. Do. Do. Do. Do. Do. Do. Do. Do. . Dehra Hamirpur Kangra Kulu Palampm* Nurpur Seraj Fazilka Moga Mukatsar Zira Batala Dalhosie . Pathaiikot Do. Do. Do. Do. Do. Do. Do. Do. Do. Do. Do. Do. Do. Do,

217

AMBALA .

218

BHATINDA

. .

219 BILASPUR 220 CHAMBA 221 CHANDIGARH . ".

222 DHARAMSALA

223

FEROZEPUR -.-'

..

' 224

'.' .

GURDASPUR .

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1 225 2 GURGAON 3 . Bfaallabgarh Ferozepur Jhirka Paiwat Nuh Rewari Bhiwani Fatehafaad Hansi Sirsa Dasuya Garshankar Una Phillaur Nakodar Nawanshahr Kaithal Panipat Thanesar Phagwara Jagraon Samrala Mandi Joginder Nagar Karsog Sarkaghat Sundernagar Arki Chuii Chopal Jubbal Kotkhal Mahasu at Kasumpatti Rampur Rohro Solan Theog . Dadri Mohindergarh 4 Treasury Officer Do. Do. Do. Do. Do. Do. Do. Do. Do. Do. Do. Do. Do. Do. Do. Do. Do. Do. Do. Do. Do. Do. Do.

.226 HISSAR

.227 HOSHIARPUR .

228 JULLUNDUR

229

KARNAL

230 KAPURTHALA 231 232 LUDHIANA MANDI . .

. . .

Do.
Do. Do. Do. Do. Do. Do. Do. Do. Do, Do. Do. Do. Do.

.233

MAHASU

234

NARNAUL

97
1 235 PATIALA . 2 . 3 Kasauli Kandaghat Nabha Nalagarh Sirhand Rajpura Gohana ' Jhajjar Sonipat Barnala Jind Malerkotla Narwana Sunam Nahan 4 Treasury Officer Do. Do. Do. Do. Do. Do. Do. Do. Do. Do. Do. Do. Do. Do. Do.

236 ROHTAK .

237 SANGRUR

. .

238 SIMLA . 239 SIRMUR .

. . . Delhi & Rajasthan Area

240

AJMER .

Arain Beawar Kekri Kishangarh Rupnagar Sarwar . Bahror Bansur Kishangarh Lachmangarh Mandawar Rajgarh Thana Ghazi Tijara Bagidora Ghantal Kushalgarh Partapur (Gadhi) Chhothaa Pachpadra Sewana Sheo

Treasury Officer' Do. Do. Do. Do. Do. Do. Do. Do. Do. Do. Do. Do. Do. Do. Do. Do. Do. Do. Do. Do. Do.

241 ALWAR

242 BANSWARA

243 BARMER .

. .

98

244 BHARATPUR

Bari Baser! Bayana Beeg Dhoipur (Gird) Kaman Nadbai Nagar Rajakhera Roopbas Weir Khumber "1 Pahari \ Saipu | Seasonal Sir-MathuraJ

Treasury Officer Do. Do. Do. Do. Do. Do. Do. Do. Do. Do. Do. Do. Do. Do. Do. Do. Do. Do. Do. Do. Do. Do. Do. Do. Do. Do. Do. Do. Do. Do. Do. Do. Do. Do. Do. Do. Do. Do. Do.

..245 BHILWARA

Asind Banera Hurda (Gulabpura) Jahazpur Kotri Mandal Mandalgarh Raipur Sahada Shahpura Lunkaransar Magri Nokha Hindoli Nainwa Pat an Talera Achnera Barisadri Begun Bhadesar Bhcnsoorgarh Chhotisadri Dungla Gangrar

,246 BIKANER

..247 BUNDI

248 CHITTORGARH

99

248f CHITTORGARHcantd.

Kanera Kapasin Nimbahera Pratapgarh Rashmi Dungargarb Ratangairh Sadulpur (Rajgarh) Sardarshahr Sujangarh Raranagar

Treasury Officer Do. Do. . Do.Do. Do. Do. Do. Do. Do. Do. Do. Do.
Do. .

249 XHURU

250 DLHI

. Aspur Sagwara

251 DUNGARPUR .
252 GANGANAGAR

Anupgarh Bbadra Hanumangarh Karanpur Nohar Padampur Raisinghnagar Suratgarh. Ambar Bairatfr Bandikui (Baswa) Bassi Chaksu Dausa Dudu Jamwa Ramgarh Kotputli Lalsot Pbagi Phulera Sanganer Sikrai Chirawa Khetri 'Udaipurwati

Do.
Do. Do. Do. Do. Do. Do. Do. Do. Do. Do. Do. Do. Do. Do.. Do. Do. Do. Do. Do. Do. Do. Do. Do. Do.

253 JAIPUR

254. JHUNJHUNU

100
3 4

255 JHALAWAR

Treasury Officer Akkra Do. Bakani Do. Dag Do. Gangdhar Do. Jhalra Patan Do. Khanpur Do. Manoharthana Pachpahar (Bhawanimandi) Do. Do. Pirawa Do. Suneltappa Bilara Osian Phaiodi Shergarh Jaswantpura Sanchore Pokai'an Anta Atru Baran Barod Chechat Chhabra Chhipabarod Digod Itawa Kanwas Kishanganj Ladpura Mangrol Pipalda Ramganjmandi Sangod Shahbad Degana Didwana Tayal Ladnun Merta Nawa Parbatsar Do. Do. Do. Do. Do. Do. Do. Do. Do. Do. Do. Do. Do. Do. Do. Do. Do. Do. Do. Do. Do. Do. Do. Do. Do. Do. Do. Do. Do. Do. Do.

256 JODHPUR

257 JALORE . 258 JAISALMER 259 KOTAH

. , .

260 NAGAUR.

101

261 PALI

Bali . Desuri Jattaran Sojat

Treasury Officer DO. Do. Do.


:

262 SAMBHARLAKE

Padibadra

Do. Do. Do. ' . Do. Do. Do. Do. Do. Do. Do. Do. Do. Do. Do. Do. Do. Do. Do. Do. DoDo. Do. Do. ; DO. Do. Do. Do. Do. Do. Do. Do. ' Do. Do. Do. : Do.

263 SAWAI MADHOPUR

Bamanwas Gangapur Hindauii Karauli Khandar Mahuwa Malaraaachaur Nadoti Saportra Toda-Bhim Danta Ramgarb. Fatehpur Lachmangarh Neem-ka-thana (Torawati) SriMadhopur Abu Road Taluka Pindwara Rpodar Sheoganj Duni Malpura Nawai. Todaraisingh Uniara Amet Bhira Bhopalsagar Deogarh Khamnor Kherwara Kotra Kumbhalgarh Dasadia Mavli

264 SIKAR

265

SIROffl

266 TONK

267 UDAIPUR

.8115 Army/61

102
1 267 2 UDAIPURcontd. . 3 Phalasai Rajsamand Relmagra Saira Salumbar Sarada Vallabhnagar 4 Treasury Officer Do. Do. Do. Do. Do. Do,

Uttar Pradesh Area 26S AGRA . Bah Etamadpur Firozabad Fatehabad Kiraoli Kheragarh Atrauli iglas Hathras Koil (Sadar) Khair Sikanadara Rao Handia Karchana Manjhanpur Meja Phulpur Saraon Sirathu . . . Champawat Pithoragarh Ghosi Mohamdbad Lalganj Philips Sagri Kaisarganj Nanpan; Bamdih Rasra Treasury Officer Do.

Do,
Do. Do. Do. Do. Do. Do. Do. Do, Do. Do. Do. Do. DoDo. Do. Do. Do. Do. Do. Do. Do. Do. Do. Do. Do. Do. Do.

269

ALIGARH

270 ALLAHABAD

271 272

ALMORA AZAMGARH

273

BAHRAICH

274

BALLIA

103

275 BANDA

Baberu Karwi Mau Naraini . Fatehpur Haidergarh Ramsanehighat Aonla Baheri Faridpur Nawabganj Bansi Domariaganj Haraiya Khalilabad Naiigarh Dhampur Nagina Najibabad Bisauli . Dataganj Gunnaur Sahaswan Aaupsbahr Khurja Sikandrabad Qiakarata Mussoorie Hata Padrauna Salempur Aiiganj Jabesar Kasganj Auraiya Bhartaim Bidhuna

' Treasury Officer Do. Do. Do. Do, Do. Do. Do. Do. Do. Do. Do. Do. Do. Do. Do. Do. Do. Do. Do. Do. Do. Do. Do. Do. Do. Do. Do. Do. Do. Do. Do. Do. Do. Do. Do. Do.

276 BARABANKI

277

BAREILLY

278 BASTI

279

BIJNOR

280 BUDAUN .

281

BULANDSHAHR

282 DEHRA DUN

283

DEORIA

284 ETAH

285

ETAWAH

104
1 286 2 FARRUKHA3AD (Faiehgarh) 3 Farxukhabad Chibramau Kaimganj Kannauj , Akbarpur Bikapur Tanda Hindki Khaga Chamoli Lansdowne , Mohammadabad Saidpur Zatnama Balrampur Tarabganj Utvaula Bansgaon Pharcnda Maharajganj Charkhari Mahoba Maudaha Rath Bilgram Sandila Shahabad Kalpi Konch Orai Kerakat Machhlishahr Mariahu Shahganj Garautha Lalitpur Mahroni Moth Mau 4 Treasury Officer Do Do. Do. Do. Do. Do. Do. Da Do. Do. Do. Do. Do. Do. Do. Do. Do. Do. Do. Do. Do. Do. Do. Do. Do. Do. Do. Do. Do. Do. Do. Do. Do. Do. Do. Do, Do. . Do.

287

FAIZABAD

2SS 289 290

FATEHPUR GIJARWAL (Pauri) GHAZIPUR

291

GONDA

292

GORAKHPUR .

293 HAMIRPUR

294

HARBQI .

295 JALAUN (At Oral)

296

JAUNPUR

297 JHANSI

105 1 2 . . 3 Afcbarpur Bilhaur Bhpgnipur Derapur Ghatampur 4 Treasury Officer Do. Do. Do. Do. Indian Embassy, Ne pal. .' Muhamdi Nighasan . . Malihabad Mohanlalganj Bhongaon Jasrana Karhal Shikohabad Chhata Mat Sadabad Baghpat Ghaziabad Hapur Mawana Meerut Sardhana Treasury Officer Do. Do. Do. Do. Do. Do. Do. Do, Do. Do. Do. Do. Do. Do. Do. Do. Do. Do. . Do. Do. Do. Do. Do. Do. Do. Do. Do. Do. Do. Do.

298 : KANPUR .

299 KATHMANDU 300 KHERI . (Lakhimpur Kheri) 301 LUCKNOW 302 MAINPURI .

303 MATHURA

304 MEERUT .

305 MIRZAPUR

.. Ghttnar Dudhi Robertsganj . Amroha Bilari Hasanpur .Sambhal Thakurdwara Budhana Jacsath Kairana Bazpur Haldwatii Kashipur

306 MORADABAD.

307 MUZAFFARNAGAR

308 NAINITAL

106

308 NAINITALcimtd,

Khatima Kitcha Kaladhungi Ramnagar Stttarganj Kunda Patti Bisalpur Puranpur

Treasury Officer Do. Do. Do. Do. Do. Do. Do. Do. Do. Do. Do. Do. Do. Do. Do.

309 PARTAPGARH 310 PILIBH1T 311 RAEEARELI .

Dalmau Maharajganj Salon Bilaspur Milafc Shahabad Suar


312 RAMPUR

313 RANIKHET 314 ROORKEE 315 SAHARANPUR Jalalabad Pawayan Tilhar Biswan Misrikh Sidhauli . Deoband Nakur

Do. Do. Do. Do, Do. Do. Do. Do. Do. Do. Do. Do. Do. Do. Do. Do. Do. Do. Do. Do. Do. Do.

316 SHAHJAHANPUR

317 SITAPUR .

318 SULTANPUR

Ainethi Kadipur Musafirkhana Devprayag Tehri Uttrakashi Hassanganj Parwa Safipur Chandauli Chakia Gyanpur

319 TEHRIGARHWA1 (Narendranagar) 320 UNNAO

321 VARANASI

LIST II

List of Treasury Chest Offices at which Defence Pensions are Paid Serial No. . Treasury Chest Uttar Pradesh Area 1 LANSDOWNE (U.P.) . . . Military Treasury Chest Officer. Pension Paying Officer

107

LIST

in

List of Post Offices ia Puajab, Himachal Pradesh, Jammu < Kaslsmiif State and & Delhi Administration Authorised to Disburse Payment of Pensions to Defence Pensioners
NOTE.Only pensioners below officer rank and their families are paid through Post Offices, other pensioners arc paid through civil treasuries. Branch Offices Paying Branch Offices Pension to crippled and aged pensioners Branch Offices Paying Pensiop to femaie pensioners SubOffices specially authorised to make 1st Payment of pen sion to Defence Pensioners

Head Post No. Office

Sub Offices

Commander, Punjab and Himachal Pradesh (Independent) Sub-Area 1 AMBALA Auchinleck Lines Ambla City Ambala City Kutchery. Ambala City R.S. Ambala City Mode! Town Ambala Civil Lines Ambala Sadar Bazar CPO EB-79 Babyal Bamer Barara. Bazar Basti 11am Bhakhra Dam BKarat Garh Bilaspur Buna CPO EP-8I S. C. Bazar Ambala CPO EP-2S JB.C.W. Surajpur Bakiev Nagar Bela CPO EP-259 Chachrauli Chamkaur Sahib Chandigarh Chandi Mandir Civil Lines Ambala Commissioner's Co urt Ambala D. A. V. College Ambala City CPO BP-129. Dera Bassi Ghanauli 1. BarijhaUian.

2. Kainaur 3. Khcrisalabatpur

4. Manda 5. Shakruliapur. 6. Samartakalan. 7. Tajawala

108

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AMENDMENT TO PENSION REGULATIONS FOR THE: ARMY,


; PART II (1961) ' '''3.S/IV/67

^ w f e I of List 111 {Regulation 53) [' In Appendix I for "KACHHAR BAZAR" read "KACHA BAZAR". .: (Explanation :.to rectify.a printing error). ;..

1Q9' 1 2 3 . -4' 5 . 6 7

1 AMBALA, Garkhal contd. Gopal Paper Mill Yamnanagar CPO EP-140 Govt. Press, 'Chandi garh CPO EP-111 Hargolal Ambala High Court, Chandi garh CPO EP-56 I.A.F. Lines Ambala Jagadhri Jagadhri Town Jagadhri Model Town Jagadhri Workshop Kachhar Bazar Am* bala. Kalka Kalka R.S. Kasauli Kasauli Motor Ter minus Kasauli Research Institute. Kasauli Sanitorium Kharar Khazirabad West Kuldip Nagar Kurali Lai Kurti Bazar Am bala Lutheri Manauli Mani Majra Mianpur C.P.O. EP103 Morinda Mullana Mustafabad Mubarakpur Mullanpur CPO EP-167 Motor Stand Ambala City.. Nahau Nalagarh Naraingarh Panjkulu CPO EP-95 Panipat Lines Ambala PanjoreCPOEP-110 Paonta Patel Nagri Ambala P&T Colony, Ambala Punjabi Mohalla Ambala Punjab University Chandigarh CPO EP68 Railway Road Am bala City. RaipurRani Raj Bhavan Chandi garh. Rupar Rupar Motor Ter minus.

no
1 2 3 4 5 6 7

1 AMBALA Rupar College Road contd. Sadhaura Sanawar Sarhan Secretariat Chandi garh. Sector-16 Chandigarh CPO EP-39 Sector 22 Chandi garh CPO EP-132 Sector-23 Chandigarh Sessions Court Am bala Shahzapur Sohana Sugar Mills Yamuna Nagar Top Khana Bazar Ambala Vidhan Sabha Chan digarh Yamna Nagar 2 BHATIN- Bareta Jaitu DA Mandiphul Mansa Maurmandi Phul Raman 3 DHARAM- Dharamsala HO SALA Akhara Bazar Kulu Alhilal Kangra Valley Baijnath Baldwara Bandroh Orchard Banjar Barsar Bawarna Bhota Bhuntu Bhurauj Bijhori Chanchiot Chandhiar Dari Dehra Gopipur Dheera Bhameta Dhaneta Dharamsala Cantt Garli Hamirpur Haripur Jawatamukhi Jawali Jogindernagar Kacgra Katrain Keyiong Khera K.B, Dharamsala Balanwali Heengna Balawali Heengna Balanwali Heengna As in Col.3

Arlu Aloh Andrita Bhulana Bir Bani Balimer Bhareri Bhukker Bumbloo Banalag Bajrol Baroh Bajaura Bharoli Bhadwar Bharraer Bhadiarkher Bagera Charri Chamboh Chabutra Chauntra Chachian Dagoh Dhundlu Dhamoral Dada Siha

All All Branch Branch Officers Officers are au are au thorised thorised to pay to pay pension pension to aged to fe and male crippled pension pensioners. ers.

All the ^ 1 1 1 tlJJw SubOffices are au thorised to make 1st pay ment.

Ill
1 2 3 4 Dhabiri Didivin Dobi Dhangota Daroka Dainkwan Dubak Dehar Fatehpur Galor Gummar Gangtha GarhJammla Hori Devi Jalgaon Jaru Jhainari Jhahalari Jalag Jangal Jalari Khopa Kathiana Khundian Kangu Karaur Kukhu Kotla Karot Laderi Lanj Lathiari Lahat Mandli Mahal Mundkhar Makroli Majherna Nagrota Gajian Ootpur Proian Pahru Pharer Pirsaluhi Paraur Patlander Raipur Rail Raja Talib Rajber Rihlu Sansai Saliali Sanghbl Sihunta Jikku Thil! Takoli Uhal Ukhali

3 DHARAM- Kulu SALA. Ladraur Lambagraon Contd. Maranda Manali Mandi State Mangwal Molag Nadaun Naggar NagrotaBagwan Nurpur Out Palampur Paprola Pragpur Rehan Riason Sulab. Sarkaghat Sandholi Shahpur Sujanpur Tira Sundemagar Tauni Devi Thtiral Yol Camp

112

4 FEROZEPUR

Bhatana All the Bhambia Branch B ha i a rich Offices Bagha Purana Ehagia mentioned Bhai in Coi. 4 Bhucho Mandhi Chandarc authoNau rised to Bhuttar Chuhar make payChak ment to Dharamkol Dandhar crippled Faridkot Mandi Dhudikc and aged Faridkot Sectt. Ghall pensioners. Khurd Fazilka Gholain Ku!an Forozepur City Ghall Kalan Giddar Baha Indergarh Goniana Mandi Kot Bhai Guru Har Sahai Kapura Jalalabad Kotha Guru JKokrr Kalan Kalyan Sukha Kot Kapura Kassuana Malaut Mandi Lehra Mohabat, Makhu Loppon Moga Purana Mamdot Moga Mehraa sawai Muktsar Sadar Bazar Mudki Munawan Nathana Raunia Patto Hira Singh Ramuwala Talwaadi Ehai Raonta Zira Raitra SodhiNagar Sohangarh SamadhBhai Wander Anlakh. Kalan Behrampur Bhoa Boh Dakoha Kharamkot Bagga Dharamkot Randhawa Dharowaii Dehriwala Oarogian Oorangla Ghoriwala Gharota Gurdas Nangal Ghat Mcran Kathlaur Kot Santokhrai Marara Mori Buchian Hardochhani

Abohar Badhani Kalan

All the Branch Offices mentioned in Col 4 are autho rised to make pay ment to Family Pensioners.

All SubOffices make pay ment of 1st pay ment.

:5 GURDAS- Bakloh PUR Batala Bhagowa Bhattian Chamba Chowari Dalhousie DalhousieCantt. Dehra Baba Nanak Dhariwal Dina Nagar Dunera Ghuman Gurdaspur Mandi Indora Kalanaur Madhopur Pathankot Qadian.

All the All the Branch Branch Offices Offices mentioned mentioned in Col. 4 in Col. 4 arc autho are autho rised to rised to make pay make pay ment to ment to crippled Family ana _ aged Pensioners. Pensioners.

Ail SubOffices make pay ment of 1st pay ment.

113
1 2 3
,4

5 GURDAS- Siri Har Govindpur PUR Sujanpur contd.

Kahnuwan Masarisn Mirthal Narot Jaimal Singh Mehtli Pokiwan Rarndiwali Raiba Wadala Ahrod. . Bahora Kalan Bahu Balwari Bhiduki Bhundsi Bichhor Cheelarh Dahina Dhulkot Garhi Bolni Garhi Harsaru Guraora Hasanpur Jatusana Jharti Kanhaura Khol Kanwali Khem Kalan Khori Malab Mandola Mandi Khera Mohna Nagina Pinangwan Ratanthal Salhawas Taukri Turkiawas Ujina Adampiir Balsamand Barwa Bhattu Balial . Bamla Bapura Barsi Bas Chang Dhanana Ding Ghirai Jamalpur Kirmara Khanda Kheri All the Branch Offices shown in Col. 4 are au thorised to pay pensions to aged and crip pled pen sioners. All the Branch Offices shown in Col. 4 are au thorised to pay pensions to female pensioners. All SubOffices shown in Col. 3 are autho rised to make first payment to Defence Pensioners...

6 GURGAON

Badshahpur Ballabgarh Faridabad Farukhnagar Firozepur Jhirka Guriani Hattin Hodal Kosli Kund Nahar Nub Palwal Pataudi Punabana Rewari Pohra Saura Tigaon

7 HISSAR Bhiwani Khera Bhiwani Bahal E. D. S. O. BudhWada Dabwali EUenabad E.D.S.O. Fetehabad Hansi Jaklial Mandi Kairu Kalanwali Loharu Narnaund Sirsa Tohana Tosham

Do.

Do.

Do...

114

HISSAR contd.

Uklana Mandi

Loharijatti Latani Lakarwal i Morka Mitathal MJrchpur Nalwa Pa bra Pathisaman Ratora Rori S ivva n i Siswal Sisai Tigrana Umra All the All the All SubBranch Branch Offices Offices Offices make pay mentioned mentioned ment of in Col, 4 in Col. 4 1st Pay are autho are autho ment. rised to rised to make pay make pay ment ' to ment to crippled Family and aged Pensioners Pensioners

HOSHIAR- Amb PUR Ambota Anandpur Sahib

Ajram Am boa Aharnakalan Bajwara Bundlehi Barian Kalati Bhala Bassi Kalan Bodal Badla Baiachapur BhadarBham kali Bharwain Benowal Ballowal Bhadsali Bhunga BadlaHarta Bhangla Badhera Bhathri Dasuya Chabewal Datarpur Chalet Dholbaha Charatgarh Dautatpur Deoli Gagret DharamsalMahantan Ganguwa! Power Dharampur House Delehar Garhdiwala Ghorewaha Garhsha.nker Haroli Hariana Jandali Hajipur Kamahi Jaijon Devi Janauri KLhuddit Kot Fatuhi Kuthera Kotla Power Jaswalan House Marwari Kot Abdulkhaliquc Moranvali Mahilpur Nangal Miani Nikku Mukerian Pur Hiran Mehlanwaii Pirtliipur Nangal Dam Paiakwah Nangal Township Panjawar PuddisurasingU N'aada Chaur Pajjo.Dcota N u r p u r Bcdi Qasba Oel Kotia Pandogah Rampur Pip San Walti Bilron

115
1 2 3 4 Sikri Sunkali Singham Tipri Talwara Teuri Thakarwal Zahura 5 6 7

.8 HOSHIAR- Ram Colony PUR Rajpur Bhayan contd. Saila Khurd Saroa Sarhala Kalan Sadhu Ashram Sham Chaiurasi Santokhgarh Tanda Totomazara Una Urmar 9 JULLUN- Adampur DUR Alawalpur Apra Aur Banga

Bala Chaur Baddon Bhatnaura Chakdana Dosauj Kalan Bara Find Darauli Khurd Basti Gazan Dolike Basti Sheikh Sunderpur Bhogpur Dayalpur Ghurial Dakola Haripur Hazara Darauli Kalan Isharmal Dosauj Kalan Kala Bakra Garha Kang Sabhu Goraya Kalra Jadla Kabran Jamsher KhahKhana KotliThan Jandu Singh Singh Juliundur City 'B' Landhewali Kukar Pind Manko Kultham Moran Mahalla Ramdaspura Nadalon Nawashahr Narur Panchhat Padhiana Pafldori Phagwara Mijran Pherala Rohyri Phillaur Sahlon Police Training Talhan School, Phillaur Unapur. Rahon Satnampur Suranassi 10 KAIINAL Gharaunda Assand Gubla Kunja Pura Kheri Kaithal Mandi Sharafafi Ladwa Mandwal Nilokheri Nissang Panipat Pai Pehowa Rajaund Pundri Radaur Shahabad Tarauri Thanesar Samalkha

Ali the Branch Offices mentioned in Col. 4 are autho rised to make payment to crippled and aged Pensioners,

All the Branch Offices mentioned in Col, 4 are autho rised to make pay ment to Family Pensioners.

All SubOffices make pay ment of 1st payment.

Do.

Do.

Do.

116
2 11 3 4 Manga! Lohana Jlamcdi 5 6 7 Ail SubOffices,, make pay ment of 1st pay ment.

K A P U R - Bilga THALA Eolath Buitdala Dhiiwan Jundiala Kartarpllr Mahalptir Nakodar Mandi Nur Mahal Rurka Kalan Shahkot Snitanpur Shahkot Samrai. LUDHIANA Ahmadgarh Badowal Bassian Dehlon Gujarwa! Guru Sar Sadhar Jagraon Khanna Kila Raipur Machiwava Malcrkotla Ma land Man Mullanpur Mandi Raekot Samrala Sanchwal

AH the All the Branch Branch Offices Offices mentioned mentioned in Col. 4 in Col. 4 are autho are authorised to rised to make pay make pay ment to ment to crippled Family and aged Pensioners. pensioners.

12

And la Ayali-Kaian Barandi ii,-:rewal Bilaspur Buiahri Hops. Rai Kalan Camp PO/tP-92 BJnjal Bhammadi Briar i Bija Kalan Barsai Bhanohar Chhappar Chhorian Dhul-Kot Dhandra Dewatwal Fatehgarh Ghugmrana Gifi Athur i-ians Iscwa Ikolaha KonkeKalan KataniKaian Lakha Lohat Bad; ivlaiha iVia."okc Mod pur Mohi Nathowal Nasral i Narangwal Pakhcwal Raman Racttiiba Rumi Raitjwai Sadhar Sahauli Saiai'di Sihandaud

Do.

Do.

Do.

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12 LUDHIANA . contd. 13 NAR- Badhra NAUL Balwal Charkhi Dadri Jhojhu Kanina Mandi Ateli Mahendragarh 14 PATIAmloh ALA Bassi Doraha Mandi Govindgrah Nabha Payal Rajpura Samana Sirhind. 15 ROHTAK Bahadurgarh ... Bahadurgarh-Mandi Badli Baund Butaha Beri Dujjana Dighal Ganaur Gohana Jhajjar Kahanaur Kalanaur . Kharkhauda Maim . Murthal Sampla Sonepat

Sawaddi Sangowal Sahabana Takhtpura Chirya Chirya Chirya All the Sub-Offices. are autthorised to make pay ment of 1st pay ment. Do.

Anwal All the All. the All SubAssauddah Branch Branch Offices Bhatgaon Offices Offices are autho Chimni mentioned mentioned rised to Chhara in Col. 4 in Col. 4 make pay Dhakla are autho are autho ment of 1st Farmana rised to rised to payment. Gocbhi make pay make pay Gwalison ment -to ment to Juan crippled Family Jakhauli and aged Pensioners. Kilqi Pensioners, Khungai Kalinga Rharkkalan Khewara Lahli Maina" MadanaKalan Majra Manauthi Nigana Rai Talao Bakhat Garh Chima Knot Kalan Tallewal Uggoki Chawki Do. Do. Do

16 SANGRUR

Amargarh Barnala Bhadaur Bhawanigarh Dhanaula Dhuri Jind Julana Lehragga Narwana Safidon Safidon City Shiana Suiiam Tapa

9115 Army;'61

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1 17 2 3 4 JhandutaE.D. Kilba-E.D. 5 6 7 Bilaspur Berthian Dharam pur Ghumarwin Kotgarh Kumarsain Lehrisaral Rampur Soian Subathu Theog

SIMLA . Bilaspur State Berth ian Chmi Chopal E,D. Daghshai Bharampur Ghumarwin Jubbal Jutogh Kotgarh Kot Khai Kumar SaiQ Lehri Sara] Mashobra Rampur Rohru Solan Subathu Theog

JhandutaJhanduta E.D. Kilba-E.D.

Delhi and Rajasthan Area 1 DELHI NEW DELHI Bijwasar Narela Mehrauli Najafgarh CbiraghChiraghChiraghMehrauli Delhi Delhi Delhi Najafgarh Mahapalpur Mahapalpur Mihapalpur G-O-C irt-C Western Command
JAMMU TAWI (J. & K. State) Akbnur Banihal Basoii Batoti Bhaciarwah Chhamb Doda Durbargarh Hiranagar Jammu Cantt. Jammu Market. Jaurian Kathud Katia K.ishtwar Lakhanpur Kud Lakhanpur Noashera Pallanwala Poonch Rajouri Rambati Ramnagar Ramsu Ranbirsinghpura Riasi Rehari MohaHa Raghunath Bazar Barwal All the Budaa Branch Bisbna Offices Birpur mentioned Bhaddu in Col. 4 are auth Billawar Chhanorised to Arorian make pay Chinani ment to Dinga Arnb crippled & aged DhararaPensioners. sala Gurha Ghagwal Gharota Jandial KotliJhajjar Kakrai Kanna Chak Mahanpur Pragwal Parola Poni Pallasy Rai-Kootah Rehal Raika Do, Rahya Rarnkot Sarot All the Branch Offices mentioned in Col. 4 are auth orised to make pay ment to Family Pensioners. All SubOffices make pay ment of -1st pay ment.

Do.

Do.

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1 . 2 . 3 Samba Sunderbani Thathri Udhampur Vinaik Bazar Anantnag . Bandipur Baigam Baramulla Bijhehara Doru Drass Fateh Kadar Gandarbal Habbakadal Handwara Karannagaf Kargil Kashmir University
Kulgatn * '

4 Sanoora Snailpur Uchapind

1 JAMMU TAWI (J. & K. State) contd. 2 SRINAGAR

Kainah Tral

. Kainah Tral

Kainah Tral

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Anant Nag Bandipura Baramulla Handwara Kargil Kulgara Kupwara Leh Sopor Uri.

Kupwara Leh Mohara 'Mattan Martand Naushera Nedous Hotal Pampur Pattan PuJwama 'Qazignnd Rambagh Safakadel Shopian "Sonamerg Sopor 'Srinagar Secretariat Sri Ranbirganj Tangmarg Tourist Reception Centre. Uri Verioag.

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LIST N O . LV

List of Pension Paymasters Disbursing Pensions to Defence PensionersPunjab and Himachal Pradesh (Indep.) Sub-Area 1 PENSION PAYMASTER Bengal, Bihar and Orissa Sub-Area 2 PENSION PAYMASTER Delhi and Rajasthan Area 3 PENSION PAYMASTER Madras, Mysore and Kerala Area 4 PENSION PAYMASTER 5 PENSION PAYMASTER 6 PENSION PAYMASTER G.O.C.-in-C. Southern Command 7 PENSION PAYMASTER 8 PENSION PAYMASTER . . . . . . . HYDERABAD SECUNDERABAD BANGALORE MADRAS TR.IVENDRUM JAIPUR CALCUTTA AMRITSAR

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AMENDMENT TO THE PENSION EEGULATIONS FOE THE ARMY,. * PAETII(1961) : Appendix II [Regulation 28) Substitute the following Appendix for the existing Appendix- [M of D letter No. 77I78/AG/PS4(a)/2668/l/Pen-C,' dated 3rd May ' i96i^;;"> "APPENDIX II (Eeferred to in Regulation 28) Eeports required for payment of advances of family gratuity in cases-' of deaths in action, due to wounds sustained in action, due to flying13/IV/67

1 2.JC0e, QRsand NOs (E).

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1. A detailed report on From Army HQ {Org 3) the basis of first informa to Officer-in-Oharge Re cords, the Ministry -of tion regarding (a)- nature, date: and Defence (Pen-C), and the Pay Accounts Officer place of casualty; (b) the name, rank (subs attached to the Record Office. If the Records tantive as well as paid acting), personal num Officers receive the in ber and unit of the formation first, they will to.; all . individual killed/died. communicate others. 2. In the eases of deaths From Officer1 . Command due to flying accidents ing, Air Force Station/ of or parachute jumping Unit, to Ministry the duties, a certificate con Defence (Pen-C)/ Defence firming that the indivi Controller of dual was on flying duty Accounts . (Pensions), in an aircraft -or was Allahabad and Army being carried on duty HQrs {Org 3) (with e5~bra: in an aircraft under copies for transmission to the Officer-in-charge proper authority. Records and Pay Ac counts Officer attached thereto), 3. A further report con From the. officer-in-charge taining information re Reeords to the Ministry garding the names and of Defence and the addresses of the widow, Controller of Defence Children, if any, father Accounts (Pensions), and/or mother with an Allahabad. indication as to who is the heir nominated by the deceased individual for family pensionary awards. I t will be certi fied that the particulars are the latest available, as per entries in the service records of the deceased individual.

cidte pa^tateiumpi^^
Categories of pensioners

Details of documents:

To whom documents at column 2 should be sub mitted

.2. 1. Commissioned Officers. 1. A detailed report on the From Army.HQtQrgS) to the Ministry of Defence, basis'of-first'information the Controller of Defence containingAccounts (Officers), {a) nature, date and Poona and the Controller place of casualty; of Defence Accounts (b) the name, rank (subs (Pensions), Allahabad. tantive as well as paid acting), personal num ber and unit of the officer killed/died. 2. In eases of deaths dueto From the Officer Commandflying accidents or para- ing, Air Force Sta chute jumping duties, tion/Unit to the Ministry .; a certificate confirming of Defence (Pen-C), Army 3, Con that the officer was on HQrs/AG/Org troller of Defence flying duty in an aircraft Accounts (Pensions) or was being carried on duty in an aircraft under Allahabad and; Controller of Defence Accounts proper authority. (Officers), Poona. 3. A further report con From Army HQ to the taining -information Ministry of Defence (Pen- .. C), the Controller of regarding Defence Accounts (Pen (a) the name and address of the widow or if sions), Allahabad and the Defence; there is no widow the Controller of Accounts (Officers), names, and address Poona. of the Children; (6) the Treasury, or alternatively the branch of the State Bank of India from which the claimant : desires payment to be made. . ,

AMENDMENT TO PENSION REGULATIONS FORTHE " E M F : PART II (1961) . /, .$.8.No.36/IV/67 Appendix, III; (Regulation: 71) -

In column I delete "Bombay" and add, : (i) "MAHARASHTRA" after "MADRAS" and ' ' ' ' ; . ( ) '''GUJRAT55 after
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"BIHAR". of States),
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. (Explanation ; Consequent to reorganisation

APPENDIX

II

(Referred to in Regulation 28) Reports required for payment of advances of gratuity in cases of deaths one to flying accidents. ' i categories of Pensioners Details of documents To whom documents at co lumn 2 should be submitted

1. Commissio- 1. A detailed report on the basis of ' ned Officers first information containing: From Air Headquarters to (a) the circumstances of accident Ministry of Defence, Army (b) the name, rank,.personal No. Headquarters theControland unit of the officer killed j- ' ler of Defence Accounts in the accident. (Pensions) and the Control ler of Defence Accounts 2. A certificate confirming that (Officers), the officer was on flying duty in a service aircraft or was being carried on duty in a service air craft under proper authority. 3. A further report containing in- ' formation regarding: (a) the names and addresses of fhenext of kin of the dece- From Army Headquarters to the Ministry of Defence, asedofficer i.e. widow and Controller of Defence Ac children if any, or in their -. counts (Pensions) and Conbsaence, father and/or mot her, minor brothers and/or - troller of Defence Accounts sisters, as the case may be. (Officers). (b) the treasury or alternatively the branch of a State Bank of India from which the widow (if any) desires pay ment to be made. "2. J.C. Os., O.Rs. 1. A detailed reporton the basis of") & NCs.(E) first information containing: (a) the circumstances of the accident, From Air Headquarters to (b) the name, rank, regimental Ministry of Defence^ ConNo, and unit of individual troller of Defence Accounts killed in the accident. (Pension), Army Headquar ters (with extra copies, for transmission to the Officer . A certificate confirming that in-charge Records and Pay the individual was onflyingduty Accounts Officer attached in a service aircraft or was being thereto). carried on duty in a service aircraft under proper authority.

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. A further report containing") the information regarding the the names and addresses of the next of kin of the deceased in From the Officer Inchar dividual i. e. widow and chil Records to the Mini dren, if any, or in their absence of Defence and the Co father and/or mother with an y troller of Defence Account indication as to who is the (Pensions); heir nominated by the deceased individual for family pensionary awards. It will be certified that [ the particulars are the latest available, as per sheet roll of the individual. J

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APPENDIX l i t (Referred to in Regulation 71)

Statement showing the frequency of payment of pension to ArmedForces pensioners other than officers and their families. Name ofthe State/Territory in which pension is drawn Frequency of payment

Andhra Bengal (at Purulia treasury only) Bihar Bombay Htmachal Pradesh Kerala Monthly. Madhy a Pradesh Madras Mysore / Orissa (at Ganjam, Koraput and Phulbani treasuries only) Rajasthan (at Banner, Jalore, Jodhpur, Nagaur and Pali trea suries only) Assam Andaman andNicobar Islands Bengal (except Purulia treasury) Delhi Manipur Orissa (except Ganjam, Koraput and Phulbani treasuries) > Punjab Quarterly, Rajasthan (at Ajmer, Bikaner, Churu, Ganga Nagar Jaisalmer, Jhalawar, Jaipur (at Phulera Sub-treasury only), Udaipur; and pension payments, by Pension Paymaster, Jaipur at Bharatpur, Bundi, Dholpur, Jahazpur, Karauli, Kotah, Sheoganj and Tonk) Tripura Uttar Pradesh Rajasthan (pension payments by Pension Paymaster, Jaipur^ at Alwar, Chirwa, Jaipur, Jhunjhunu, Khotri, y Half yearly. Nim-ka-Thana, Kotputli, Sikar and Hindaun) . j NOTE 1-^Pension payments in the States of Punjab, Hima chal Pradesh and Delhi are also made through Post Offices quarterly in arrears. In addition, the Post Offices in Jarnmu and Ka shmir State are authorised to disburse pensions quarterly in arrears. NOTE 2Payments to Gorkha pensioners residing in Nepal but drawing pensions from treasuries located in the States of India may be made on yearly basis, if so desired by the pensioners.

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APPENDIX

IV

Form of application for commissioned officers and officers of M. N. S. Commutation of pension

When this form has been duly filled up and signed, it should be sent to the appropriate authority mentioned in regulation 108. Questions The personal number, rank and name of applicant ? Place of Birth? Date of birthAge next birthday Married or Single? Years Answers

Have you on any previous occasion applied for permission to commute a portion of your pension, and, if so, with what result? How much per annum of your pension you now wish to commute ? do

How do you desire the capital sum to be paid? To your Agents, or by draft for negotiation through a bank ? State the amounts of Provident Fund money (including any non-refundable with drawals) received by you specifying the name/names and Account numbers of the Funds viz. D, S. 0 P. Fund/D. S. P. Fund? NOTE : In case of anticipatory or provisional pension, the pensioner may, if he so desires, indicate his intention to commute the maximum amount in the event of his final pension being more than the anticipatory or provisional pension. In such cases, the amount proposed to be commuted may, alternatively, be expressed in terms of a percentage or fraction of full pension within the maximum permissible limit. Dated the day of 19

Signature Address..

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AMENDMENT TO PENSION REGULATIONS FOR; THE A R M t , . y ^ ^ y y ::.;:. .':..
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' APPENDIX v

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FORM A y PART I ..Commutation of pension; of a JCO/OR/NC(E.) . ;, Form of Application i ATo.be completed by the Appli cant. Quextwfts I. Number,; rank and. name of t h e . applicant;arid the corps in which he served before discharge. 2. Place pf birth; 3. Date of birth (Proof of age to be fiirnished). * ; . ; ; '4>. Age, on next, ; birthday. .: 5. Marks of identification. 6. Residential;
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f Photograph of* the the Pensioner. Answers

Address. :

. 7 . Amount: of 'pension desired to be , commutedf. .8. Have you1; commuted any por- : tibn .of your pension before;. . if so5how much? 9, Have you on any previous occasion applied: for commu tation; of your pension, and, -;.' if so^with what-, result ? ' 10. From which station do you draw; or propose to draw your : pension . and^ commutation ".' money ?

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11. At what station (near the area ui -which .you are .. ordinarily resident) would you p M f o your, medical examination to take, place ? Signature .PlaceW&teor left hand thumb impression

failing that/ .

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P e r ^ h o r i t i e s , or i-

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apparent age given i n X e n U S t

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anticipatory.pension I n L c h c L f Z *?*"*

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FORM OF DECLARATION ,
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(To be completed by the applicant in receipt of anticipatory pension), Whereas the CD A (Pensions), Allahabad has consented provision ally to advance to me the sum of Rs ... .being the commuted value of a portio n of the anticipatory pension in anticipation, of the, completion of the enquiries necessary to enable him to fix: the amount of my;pension and consequently the part of pension that may be commuted, I hereby; acknowledge that in accepting the advance, I fully understand that th.e| commuted value now paid to me is subject to revision oh the compjeijion! of the necessary formal enquiries and I promiseto have, no objection-to; "such revision.on the ground that the provisional amount-now to, be, paid to me as the eommntedivaltie of the.part-of anticipatory pension: exceedsi the amount to which I may be eventually found entitled. I further: -promise to repay either in.cash or by.deduction from: subsequent.payments of pensi.on"any amount advanced to me in excess of the amount to which I may he eventually found entitled, Station.-, .Dated ,.....>.... . , . . / . . . '/ Signature ..

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Conditions under which a portion of an anticipatory pension can be. commuted by the pensioner:-- :! (a) Half of the. anticipatory pension may be commuted. ...;. j (b) If the medical 'authority reports o - examination that the napplicant has an average duration of life,, the commutation; will become absolute from the date of medical: examination as the anticipatory pension will be reduced, with effect from that date and he will be entitled to receive only the balance J of reduced pension after commutation, i

(c) If the' medical authority reports . on examination that .the applicant's age for the purpose- of commutation is to be:i assumed to be greater than his actual age, he will have the j option of withdrawing his application for.commutation by . written notice despatched' to . the C.D.A. (P)3 Allahabad, (by Registered Post) at any time within two weeks', from the date on which he is informed of the findings of the medical examination. If no, such application is received in writing from him within two weeks, it. will be assumed that the ap plicant accepts the revised capital sum offered as sliown in

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Form "B' s which' will be: supplied to him at the time the medi cal examination is arranged for.' The commutation will then automatically become absolute from the date on which the medical authority signs report. The applicant will he entitled from that date only to receive the balance of the anticipatory pension remaining after commutation. > . (d) If in assessing his final pension it is found that the conrimted portion of the applicant's anticipatory pension exceeds the limits of the final pension he will be allowed to commute only to that extent and the capitalised sum payable will be altered accordingly. I. agree' to the conditions specified above. Signature Dated .' BTo be completed in respect .of persons already in receipt of pension by Pension Disbursing Officer from his records i.e., Check Register,. Descriptive Roll etc, Questions 1. Pension- originally sanctioned ' [: (withNo. and date aiid'descrip, tive serial No. of the 'parti-.' cular C.D.As. Pension circular or the No. and year of the pen sion payment order notifying the same). ,2. T.s!/H.O. No. ' allotted pensioner. to the' Answers .;,

"

3. Portion of pension already commuted with No. and date of the sanction(s). 4. Pension which the pensioner is drawing a t . the time of . submission of present appli cation. ft, .Whether pension is'being paid .at the rate sanctioned or whether

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it is under orders of sus pensions or is being paid at re.duced rate (the No! and date of the C.D.A.(P)>s memo ordering suspension/iednetion may please be quoted). . *). Whether the pension in issue is without any encumbrances.' Signature . ; . Place. Designation.,

Date .. ,,
PARTII ' . ..;;

{To be completed by the sanctiouing authority) ' Subject to the medical authority's recommending commutation, the . lump Bum payable will be as stated below:-- ' :' ; Sum payable, -if the commutation On. the ^basis of normal age i 6:; ^ becomes : absolute before the . . . . . . y e a r . . , . ,;, .Us.....: applicants'next birthday' which . : v v , v .........^ falls on . . , - . . . . . . . . , . . . ... uin payable if the commutation On the basis of normal age 'i(sM : becomes . absolute after the. . . . . . . .years...;'..;;.Its .-'v " .-applicants next birthday but be- -'. " : " r " ^ ":"v''; 'fore his next; birthday butone,. . ^ ^.{';.: ';.',:..-": Signature of the Sanctioning- Authority.

P A R T H l : : , \ Administrative sanction is accorded to .the' above commutation^ A certmed copy of Part I I of the form las- been forwarded to \ the applicant ' .Signature v.; Place Date:'. Designation:

39 \ . * F o r ^ a r d e d , ; t o . . . . . , , . . . . . . ................... .r:-. \\..::'...;. :^.: : ;, . .-, -....';"' -(Here ' enter the designation.and I address of\the Chief. ,

: .

'.. Administrative Medical Officer).

in original on._...: with the request1 that he- will arrange fogi ..' (date) T : the.medical examination of the applicant by. the proper medical authority:;-: :'.:]; as early as possible within three months from t h e . . . . . . : : . : : . ' i.i.. <. \.- ; v ..;''" (here enter/the 1 date)': but not earlier t h a n . . . . . . , . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . * . . . . ,,-.;:' (hereenter the .date of .retirement),

. '" and' inform"the applicant direct in sufficient time where. and when :he< shoidd appear for examination. :
:

. fThe next birthday of the applicant falls on . . . . . .......* .........- . - '


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. -and his medical examination may be arranged before. that : date : if.posf sibkv unless the applicant desires that.it should beheld after. ; that date ..-'.'; but within the period prescribed in the sanctioning order. : :

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. . Signature and designation of the sanctioning a-nthority ' " ^ i t h one copy of Form C and an extra copy, of Part III of that
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fTo be struck out when the next : birthday falls beyond, the pres-:; -''/; cribed periods r . . / . ; '":. FORM B -;,

.. Subject to the medical, authority's recommending .cpmmutatioE! :' the.lump sum payable will be as: stated below^ ,. Sumpayable, if the commutation On the basis ofnormal age i.e., . i ,v ' ':! becomes absolute before the ;ap- ..:- .years.. . . K s . . ' . . ; \V'.,- . plicant's next.. birthday which " . .' falls' :on/.... .;'. v . : . . . . . . . . . . . ;

Suin Payable if :thecoinmutation : On the basis of normal age i.e.,.: becomes absolute after the.ap: ,-V-... .years.,. . ; . . R s . . . . - . , . . v ;plieant?s.. next birthday but ,..;'::before his next jjiithday but *:'
: o n e . . . . . . > ' . . : ,'

Signature of tie';: sanctioning' Authority . . . ...: * PART I I ,

The commutation for a lump Payment of the pension of... . . . . . . . ; . . administratively sanctioned on the basis of Part I above; The table.of osent values, on the basis of which, calculations in Part I.have been made-: subject to alteration at any time without notice, and consequently. ey are liableto.-revision before payment is made. The sum payablewill the sum appropriate to the,applicant's age on his birthday next, after e date on which the. commutation becomes absolute or, if t i e medical thority directs that years shall be added to that age, to the consequent sumed age.:
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: (Iere enter the designation and address of the Chief Administrative' . ; ' . . , . . . ; . . . . . . . . ; . . . : . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . has been requested t<> dica.I Officer) : . ange. for the medical .examination and inform S h r i . . . . . . . -...--. ect where and when he should appear for the examination. H e should'. ing with him the enclosed Form..C with, the particulars required' in. rt I thereof completed except for the signature,

Signature Designation
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(tie. name and the address: of the, K applicant.) :

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(c) Are you now or have you ever been on special diet for your health? ' (d) Hasthere been any marked in creaseor decrease in your weight withia the past three '. years ? If so, how much ? . (3. Have you been, under the treat ment of any doctor within the last three months % If so, fm what illness ? I>ECLABATION W APPLICANT (To be signed in the presence of the medical authority) I declare all the above answers to be, to the best of my belief, true and correct. '' , I will fully reveal to the medical authority alj circumstances within my knowledge that concern my health. '.':'; I am fully aware that by wilfully making a false statement or con cealing a relevant fact I shall incur the risk of losing the commutation I have applied for and of having my pension withheld or withdrawn under Rule 5"Pension Regulations for the Army Part I I (1940). Signed in presence o f . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . - . . . - . . . ; . . . . . . . , - r < Applicant's signature Signature and designation of medical authority .PART I I '. ( t o be filled in by the examining medical authority). Apparent age Height Weight Girth of abdomen at level of umbilicus. Pulse rate (a) sitting . . . (6) standing what is character of pulse 1 6. What is condition of arteries ? 1. % 3. 4. 5. ;.;''

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. Blood pressure. (a) Systolic^ . {&) Diastolic i. Is there any evidence of disease of the mam organs {a] Heart (&) Lungs (c) Liver .' :': :. . . (d) SpieefiL

9. Does chemical examination of urine shosr (*) , albumen, ''. (ii) sugar?State specific gravity, lQj. Has the applicant a rupture? If SO; state the kind and if reducible. 11. escribe any scars or identifying. marks,.:, 12. Any additional information
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'.;;.., :.' - ;' PART I I I -,;' I/We liave carefully examined Shri, ,,,...,-,.......,..and am/areof opmion that ; : Either he is/is not m good bodily health and has the prospect of an average duration of life/is.not a fit .subject for commutation or (in the ase of impaired life which is yet considered a fit subject for commutation) : "&&.... . . . . . . : . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . ..is suffering f r o m . . . . . . , , . . . . . . ; his age for the purpose of commutation i.e,, his age next birthday should . betaken to b e . ; . . . . . . . . . . ...years more than. bis actual age/' ;
Station ,'./;';,'...., .y.. .".:!''

Pate . ; . . . . . . . . ! . . . . . . . . Left hand thumb and finger impressions - ; or; signature of the applicant.> ' ': ; (Signature and designation of (Examining Medical Authority) Reviewing medical authority: ... : ;,;;';'; '' (V, SHANEAE.) :-.. Setfretary to the Government of India ;.'.:{Ai 7/C/eiv
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NoTBiIf the medical examination'.is conductedbya single> medical ^cOT,-^e^pp^nt'.?hjaJl himself pay the. medical officer's fee; but if he ':.\ is originally examined by a civil niedical board,, he shall pay- a. fee: <tf o Rs.:.i into a CJovt. treasury and make over before: examination, the ; :;-'\yMieipt-for i;hie',iF^ef:id.tih6. bbajjd together ^rith. an additional fee of R8.,i2 m e a s L If the pensioner is examined by a military boa*d, iho fee shall be ..jjaid by ium in respect of h'is.ftr^'p'xanimation.';'"':7'^:":^/v^.'''''.': ')'..!

If a pensioner, who has once been.refused c'oramutation on. medical ';,-grounds pr- has once declined to accept commutation on the basis of an! Addition of years to his actual age, applies for a; second medical' examiner ,.;tion, the entire expenses of-such examination will be bdrrieb'y him and.' . no refund ;^ill be paid to him irrespective of the result pf re-examinationj

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(here enter the medical; authority)!

/: PART I . ; '^.-AM ;. Statement by the applicant for commutation of a portion of his] -pension.- ' \>\-..-;;.: : The jappHeant must complete this statement prior to his ejamiitatipii by;: thev.....:.:.,/.;.......-......:'......;. ....',/.*,...':... ,:.and must ; sig :f:\ (here enter the medical authority). ;; the declaration appended thereto in the presence: of.;that: 1 authority;,' ::: I.,Name in:full (in BLOCK letters).;. .
'2.".Date, of bhth,;'.'
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. v 0. Haveyou ever beengranted leave. . . on medical grounds. If so, state : : the period of leave and ' nature. '''.".".'.vpf.'j-Une'ss.? 1.Hasanyapplicationfor insurance pnyptmlife ever been 1 declined ; ;.;\ -.'.or^ accepted at van increased ^premium? : ' :5. fa) Have you ever 'been told .. that youhave albumen or sugar ; :;;in the urine? ; .-..;: i b) Do you riserat niglit to urinate"?;.,:--'- '.:'. '
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INDEX
REGULATIONS

Adjustment of pending enquiry awards . . . adjustment of provisional payment of service gratuity idvance of pension to destitute pensioners Advances of service/invalid/special pensions 1 gencies for payment of pension . mount and date of effect of pending enquiry awards nticipatory pensions . . , : ipplication of rulesExtent of . Application for pensions and gratuitiesProcedure . Application for pensions and gratuitiesTo be reported on pplication for pensions and gratuitiesWhen submitted 'jplieatibn for. commutation . . . . . ^plication of rules for commutation of pensionExtent of Tangement for paymentHow and by whom made .,^ears of. pensionClaims for .'. . . : Attachment of pension . . . < uditCases of failure . . . . . . B itianksPayments to Certificate regarding employment under a Government outside India or in a commercial firm . . . . '<-,'"jcumstances in which pending enquiry award may be made limantDefinition of iims to arrears of pension of pensioners who fail to draw their pension .aims to arrears of pension/unpaid gratuity . . . . laimsTo count former service for pension . . . laims to initial grant revision and reassessment of pension or allowance or for gratuity .... . . . laimsLimitation of . . ommunication of sanction to the accounts officer '"mmencement of pensionDate of . . >: . ttnmuted valuepayment of reject cases . . . . brhmutation of pensionAge for . . . . . . mmutation of pensionReopening of reject cases . . mpassionate Allowance Payment of . . . ipetent authority Definition of Jinpetent authority for the grant of family gratuity . . ntroller of Defence Accounts (Pensions)Powers to write off . si.'onvHjted pensioners . . jurt attachment of pensions . . . ....... 125

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REGULATIONS

Date of commencement of persion . . . . . . . Deceased pensioners Payment of pension to their heirs . . Definition of "claimant" Definition of competent authority Discussion of questions affecting pension entitlement of an individual Delay in settlement of claims to be avoided Drawal of pension through agents . . . . . . . Duration of pension E Error in fact or law Overpayments due to F Family pension , Overpayments Family pension Payment of arrears Family gratuity Adjustment of provisional payment Family gratuity Compentent authority to grant . . . . Family gratuity Procedure for payment Family gratuity Provisional payments of . . . , Form of medical Board report for commutation of pension . . . Former service claims . . . . . . . . G Gratuity Application for Gratuity Rounding oil . . . H How and by whom arrangements for payment are made I Identification of pensioners Imprisonment of a pensioner Insane pensioners How paid pension Irrecoverable overpayments Issue of supplementary instructions . . . , . . . . . . . .

5H 68,79'; 90 18J22&30.-S. . 3': 2i 541 52. .

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10 85,8 3 . 3 28,2. 11 8

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66,7 7 5 9 6

Limitation of first claims for pension M Medical Board's fee in case of commutation Medical examination in case of commutation Mode of payment of pension Money Orders Payment of pension by . . , . . . . . . . .

83,85,

109,11 108,11 ,64,71' 58

127
REGULATIONS*

Overpayment of pension.-How adjusted _ ' d Overpayment of pension made to widows who ^ v J Overpayment of pennon made due to erroneous grant of more

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95 101
100'

97' Ov^rhentofpen^oWersoftheContronerofDefence (Pensions) to write off.


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Payment of pension Agencies for' . Payment of pension Arrears of Payment of pension - By money order . Payment of pension - Deceased pensioners . Payment of pension - How and by whom arranged Payment of pension-Insane pensioners . Payment of pensionMode of Payment of pension Through agents . Payment of commuted value of pension Pending enquiry awards - Amount and date of effect of Pending enquiry awards - Claims how submitted Pending enquiry awards - Circumstance xn winch made Pending enquiry a w a r d s - H o w payment are made Pending enquiry awards Pending enquiry awards Pending enquiry awards Pending enquiry awards Pending enquiry awards Object and nature of Termination of To whom payable . Review of cases Adjustment of . -

^ ^

Pensioners employed/re-employed under Govt. Post offices paying stations List of . . Powers to sanction pensionary awards Powers to write off overpayments of pension Pre-mature discussion of pension questions. Provisional payment of a family gratuity .

paise V

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R Re-employed disabled pensioners . * Rejected applications for commutation - Reopenmg of Restoration of pension withheld . ' . -^ 56 112 76

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tatance
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procdure

RHOULATrOMS

Remittance of pending enquiry awards _ Procedure fo'r " S t a n c e of pensions by money orders ' Rounding off of pensions and gratuities * ' ' " S Service q a a K f y i n g f o r p e n s i ( M _ ^ Sanctions to grant of pensions ' Sanctions to grant of pension-commanication'of T ' Transfer of payment of pension in India Treasury chest paying pension-List of
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w l l T T T V C r p a y m e m s to those who remarry Withholding of pension . ' "Write off of overpayments ' '
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'Write off of overpayments -~ Powers of the CD.A. (P)*

Memo Explanatory of Each Rule in Part II of the Pension Regulations for the Army (1961) No, of the regula- No. of the rule tion as in the as in P. R. I. revised Pension Pt. Ill (1940) Regulations Explanatory Notes

1 2-

1 2

'

...

The words "of pension claims" in the head ing and "of Government who are responsi ble for" in the body of the rule omitted being; superfluous. Rule The form tive reworded from point of drafting.. portion of the rule omitted should the subject matter of an administra instructions and not the basic rule.

27. .' ' 16


:

The word "Governor General" has been r e placed by the word "Government". BLANK. 1. A provision has been made in clause; (b) in respect of disability pensioners under going treatment in T. B. sanatorium^ vide para. 4(a) of Ministry of Defence: letter No. F. 6 (13) 54/ D (Med.) dated10-12-56. 2. As no formal application for pension or gratuity is required to be submitted, subclause (i) of clause (b) omitted, being. redundant. 3. As an individual was normally entitled to2 months' leave pending retirement/dis charge, clause (c) modified to provide for pension being sanctioned not more than 2 months before" the date from which it. had to take effect. 4. On. account of the reasons at 3 above and also as L. P. C. could be issued 3 or 4 months prior to the date of an individual's transfer to pension establishment, clause^ (b) was modified by substituting the. words "prior to the anticipated date of transfer of the individual to pension. establishment" for "one month" and the last sentence of sub-clause (ii) of clause (b) of the existing rule deleted. 129

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130

18

1. Items (i), (iii), (v), (vii), (ix) & (x) of the existing rule have been omitted as the categories of personnel referred to therein are no longer in existence. 2. Officer of M. N. S. have been clubbed with commissioned officers as they have now the same status. 3. It has been provided for that the service of ,T. C. Os may also be verified with re ference to Gazette notifications as they are gazetted.

-10

19

1. The word "audit" was prefixed to the word "report" and the last sentence of the rule deleted as audit report contains the cor rect calculations of a pensionary award also. 2. The words "submit is to the authority empowered to sanction the pension" were substituted by the words "submit it to the prescribed authority" because in the case of Navy & Air Force the audit report was submitted to Naval Headquarters and Air Headquarters respectively who were not the pension sanctioning authorities and who further submitted it to the Ministry of Defence.

11

20

Modified in accordance with Ministry of De fence letter No. F. S2(5)/57/6480/D (Pen sions/Services) dated 5-8-59.

12 13 to 15 16 17

2S BLANK. 17 25 No change in substance. The words "subject to the Sec retary of State for India and" omitted being redundant. No change in substance. BLANK. 17 25 26 rule Table below mle 17 Column 2 of the existing table omttted as separate tables for commissioned officers and personnel below commissioned offi cer's rank have been introduced.

18 19 20 21 22 le Table II

26

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1 fable IContd. Item 1 Item 2(a)
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131

Item 10 Item 16 Provision made in accordance with the actual practice followed in this regard. 1. The documents actually submitted have been shown in column 3. 2 Column 5 modified with reference to Mi- ; nistry of Defence Memorandum No. 179410/Pen-C dated 6-11-56. Provision made ^ ^ ^ ^ f i ^ t stry of Defence letter No 1 3 8 9 / 1 / ^ $ 4 - 5 0 as amended, Mtastry of Defence memorandum No. 179410/Pen-C dt. 6-11-56 and the actual practice m vogue. 1 m column 3 the list of documents have been shown on the pattern of that adopted for personnel below officer rank. 2. Column 5 modified w i & r r f a e ^ toMig stry of Defence memo No. 179410/Pen-3C dt. 16-11-56. <tenarate provision has been made to cater * g ? * c t a t for Education Allowance,m respect of children of commissioned officers and is based on the actual practice m vogue. Modified with reference to the actual practice and Ministry of Defence memorandum No. 179410/Pen-C dt. 6-11-56.

Item 2(b)

-v.i

iltem 3(a)

Item 11

item 3(b)

Item 4(a)

Item 12

:3tem 4(b)

| Item 5 ! Item 6 ! Table II j Item l(i)

Item 12 Item 31 Schedule below rule 25. Item 12

Item l(ii)

Item 13

1 Modified with reference to the schedule to Ministry of Defence letter No. F. 67(5)/55/9800-D (Pensions/Services) dt. 20-9-56. 2 Clause (b)(ii) under column 4 incorporate 2 - ed with reference to the p r o v e s rf*nistry of Defence letter No. 171751/Pen-K dt. 23-3-55. 3. Clause (c) under column 3 split up mtottro sub-clauses as per decision in Minsitry of Defence file No. 176562/ffl/Pen-C. Modified with reference to the^Mmgry of defence letters No. F 7(5)/55/9800(D U en sions/Services), dt. 20-9-56 and 171751/ Pen-R dt. 23-3-55.

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~~ ., Schedule below rule 26. item 9 Ministry of Defence letter No. F. 67(S)/55/' 9800-D (Pensions/Services) dt. 20-9-56 Seealso their file No. S2(14)/57/D (Pens./Sers.). Ministry of Defence letter No. F. 67{S)/55/' 9800-D (Pensions/Services) dt. 20-9-56. Based on Ministry of Defence letter No F 67 (S)/55/9800-D (Pensions/Services) dt. 20-9-56.. Based on A. I. 87/56. Based on Ministry of Defence letter No F 67 (s)/55/9800-D (Pensions/Services) dt. 20-9-56. Based on decision taken in Ministry of De fence files No. I47741/C- and F. 80(I)/55/D(Pensions/Services). Item 23-A item 33 Based on A. I. 87/56.
Bas

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Based on A.I. SIS/55.


Bascd 0Q Ai L

Item 3(b) Table HI Item 1

4/s/56.

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<*

Item

ltem

Item 4

Item 5 Item 6

Item

Based on A. I. 6/S/55.

Item 7-A
Item Item 8 9

e d on decision taken in A.G's file No. 91950/AG/PS4(C).

Branch

Item 10

(1) As payment of pension outside will not be permitted in future, provisions relating thereto have been omitted. (2) Based on Annexure to Ministry of De fence letter No. 82(14)/57/5354D (Pen sions/Services) dt. 4-7-60.

Item 11

item 36

Independent Sub-Area Commander also made competent authority for the purpose of this rule vide Ministry of Defence letter No. 82(14)/57/5354/D (Pensions/Services) d t . 4-7-60.

Item 12 Table IV Item 1

item 3S-A Tabel below rule 17. i t e m 25 i. i t e m ( 3 ) u n d e r c o l l u m 4 o f ^ ^ table omitted in view of A. I. 194/47 as amended by A. I, 412/47.

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Table IVContd.

2. The provisions under column 6 of the exist ing table omitted as (a) personal allow ance is not admissible under New Pen. ' sion Code ; and (b) no pensionary award is admissible in case of dismissal. 1. Item (v) under column 3 inserted on the basis of A. L 152/48. 2. Item (vii) under column 3 inserted with the introduction of this certificate by Controller of Defence Accounts (Pensions) necessitated by the promulgation of New Pension Code. < : 3. In column 4, the procedure for submission and disposal of claims to pension and gratuity has been shown separately and is based on the existing practice. Separate provision has been made to indicate the procedure for submission and disposal of claims to pension or gratuity in lieu in respect of reservists and is based on the existing practice. 1. The provisions of Army Order 301/55 to the extent necessary have been incor porated. 2. A provision has been made for the submis sion of the other documentary evidance relating to the injury in cases where in jury report is not available on the basis of para. 6 of chapter 2 of Guide to Medi cal officers and Medical Boards. The provisions of Army Orders 301/55 as amended by Army Order 301/59 to the extent necessary have been incorporated.

Item. 2

' item 23

Item 3

Item 23

Item 4

Item 24

Item 5

- Item 26

Item 6 Item 7

Item 26-A .. Based on A.I.17/S/59 and Controller f fence Accounts (Pensions) circular Grants/Tech. 82 dt.' 17-2-58 to cater claims to family pensionary awards non-attributable cases. De No. for in

item 8

Item 26-D

Modified with reference to A. I. 400/51. See also A.G.'s Branch file No. 52897/ P.S. 4(a).

Item 9 Item 10 10115 Army/61

Item 26-B Item 26-C

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Based on rule 36. The procedure for submission of claims to advance of pension/invalid /special pensions has been made clear.

Item 12 Table V Item 1


Item 2 Ttem 3

Item 30 Schedule below rule 25. Item 17 .. .. Schedule below rule 26. Tt em 9 Item 9 Modified with reference to Ministry of Defence letter No. 82(l4)/57/5354/D (Pensions/ Services) dt. 4-7-60. Based on A.Is 3/S/56 and 259/58. Based on A.Is 6/8/55 and 10/5/58.

Table VI
Tf m Item

i
l

Item 2 Item 3 Item 4 Item 5 Item 6 Item 7

Item 10 Item 12 Item 13 Item 17 Item 16 Items 14&15

Ditto. Ditto.

Modified with reference to Ministry of De fence letter No. 82(14)/57/5354/D (Pensions/ Services) dt. 4-7-60.

Item 8 Item 9

Item 10 Item 18 Modified with reference to Ministry of De fence letter No. 82(14)/57/5354/D (Pensions/ Services) dt. 4-7-60.

Item 10 Item 11 I .cm 12

Item 19 Based on Ministry of Defence letter 182932/Il/Pen. C dt. 5-12-58. No.

As the Mo. of such eases is few and far between it has been decided to deal with them at Govt. level. As Controller of Defence Accounts (Pensions) is competent to sanction the original award of disability pension, the power to revise it on the basis of findings of Resurvey Medi cal Board have been given to him.

Ttem

13

135 1 Table VI Contd. Item 14 3tem 15 Item 22 Item 16 Based on A. I. 235/55 as amended from time to time. Based on Ministry of Defence letter No. 182932/II/Pen-C. dt. 5-12-58, ' As the question of division of the award nor mally admissible under rules involves no extra financial commitments are involved, it has been decided that the powers in respect of clause (C) should be exercised by Ministry of Defence.

Item 17 Item 18 Item 19 j:tem 20 Item 21 :item 22 item 23

Item 23 Based on provisions for combatants of the Army vide item 9 above. Based on A. I. 6/S/55.. Based on para 5 of A. I- 1Q/S/58. Based on A. I. 235/55. Based on decision taken in A.G.'s file -No. 9l950/A.G./PS4(C). Item 31 Branch

Modified with reference to Ministry of De; fence letter No. 82(14)57/5354/D (Pensions/ Services) dt. 4-7-60. Modified with reference to Ministry of Defence letter No. 82(14)/57/5354/D (Pensions/Ser vices) dt. 4-7-60. Based on Ministry of Defence letters No. 87774/AGP S4(b)/6561/D (Pensions/Services) dt. 8-8-59 and No. 82(14)/57/5354/D (Pen sions/Services) dt. 4-7-60.

Item 24

Item 31

Ilttnr25

l|tem 26 tern 27

Item 34. Item 36

Modified with reference to Ministry of Defence letter No. 8 8082/AG/PS4(a)/6844-D (Pen sions/Services) dt. 6-8-58. 1. Modified with reference to Ministry of , Defence letter No. 82<14)/57/5354/D (Pen sions/Services) "'dt. 4-7-60, 2. The pensioners residing in Nepal have been treated as though living in India for the purpose of this rule,

Item 28 Item 29

Item'37 Itemi3S Modified with reference to Ministry of De fence letter No. 82(14)/57/5354/D (Pensions/ Services) dt. 4-7-60.

136

23 to 25 26 33

BLANK. 1. Based on A. I. 152/4S as amended by Corrigenda Nos. 93/48 and 121/59 and A. I. 223/51. 2. No reference to service/retiring pension made in the rule the effect of which would be to permit grant of anticipatory pension in cases where claim to disability pension has been preferred and could not be fina lised, but the individual has sufficient qualifying service to be eligible for service/ retiring pension. 3. Clause (C) inserted on the basis of A. I. 237/55.

27 28 29 30 31 32 33 to 35 36 36

BLANK. Based on para 1 of A. I. 24/57 Based on para 3 of A. I. 24/57 Ditto. Ditto. Based on para 4 of A. I. 24/57 BLANK. Reworded. No change in cept that it has been made explicit that the rule is also applicable to invalid and special pensions. Based on Ministry of Defence letters No. 53/ l/55/7403-B/D(PP) dt. 24-8-55 & 53/1/56/ 12917-D (Pensions/Services) dt. 15-11-56 and amended by No. 53/1/56/14141/D (Pen sions/Services) dt. 14-12-57. BLANK. Based on paras 1 and 9 of A. I. 16/53. Based on para 2 of A. I. 16/53 and A. I. 254/ 51, 1. Based on paras 3 & 9 of and para 2 of A. I. 254/51. A. I. 16/53,

37

38 to 40 41 42 43

2. It has been made "clear in the rale that in respect of claims to Pending Enquiry Award the date of the claim was the date on which the documents necessary _ to determine entitlement to family pension are received in the office of the Controller of Defence Accounts (Pensions)

137

44 .. -.: AS] ':'-:- .


:

.. : Based on para 4 of A. I. 16/53. ' ' ' Provision has been made to refer cases, where the Controller of-Defence Accounts (Pen sions) felt a doubt in regard to eligibility of aii heir for the grant of Pending Enquiry . Award to the Government. ...
,,..

Based on para 6 of A, 1.16/53.


Ditto.

46' :-.,;

''47' 'V - ,.'. ... .

Based on paras 6 & 7 of A. I. 16/53. Provision has been made to stop further pay ment of Pending Enquiry Award on receipt by the Record Officer of an authenticated and definite information regarding ineligibility of the claimant.

48

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Based on para 7 of A. I. 16/53 as amended by Corr. N o . 58/54:

49 50 51 ".

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Based on para 8 of A. 1. 16/53. BLANK.

. 1. Specific provision has been made in res pect of reservists in clause (a) of the rule. 2. The date from which pension other than family pension is payable to officers and personnel below officer rank has . been made explicit.

52 53

41 44 As payment outside India has been stopped, clauses (ii) and (iii) have been omitted. Clause (b) inserted to indicate how payments of pension outside India are to be regulated. 1. The last sentence of the existing, clause (1) omitted, being superfluous. 2. In clause (b) the words "minister of religion" has been replaced bywords " a dip. lomatic representative of the. Govern ment of India" vide Art. 749 C. S. R. Reworded. N o change in substance. It has, however, been made clear in clause (b) that the rule is applicable to pensioners reemployed in posts paid from Defence Services Estimates. Based on A. Is. 235/55 & 87/56.

54

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56

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57

68

The rale has been made applicable to officers and their families and clause (c) modified with reference to the decisions taken on file No. 91950/AG/PS4(c). I. Modified with reference to Ministry of Finance No. D/14247-B.I/53 dt. 5-1-54 and C.S. No. 162 dt. 1-6-54 to Rule 360, Civil Treasury Rules Vol. I.

58

55

2. The rule has been made applicable to pay ments made by Pension Paymasters and is based on actual practice.; 59 60 61 62 to 63 64 62 63 67 .. 42 BLANK. 1. The word "departure" has been used ID place of "embarkation" in clause <b)(i) to cover cases of pensioners proceeding outside India by air. 2. Clauses (a) & (c) modified with reference to Ministry of Defence letter No. F. 79(13)57/ 4570/D (Pensions/Services) dt. 6-6-59. 3. Clause (b)(iv) modified with reference to Ministry of Defence letter No. F45(2)/58/ 2206-D (Pensions/Services) dt. 11-3-59. 4. Existing clauses (iii) & (iv) and portions of clause (ii) of the existing rule omitted being redundant. 65 66 51(i) 52 Last sentence added to the rule to indicate action by the Pension Disbursing Officers. 1. Reference to rule being relevant. 54 made in clause (a) Clause (ii) has been omitted being redundant.

2. In clauses (b) & (d) the words "Local Government" has been replaced by words "State Government or Administration" which is the correct terminology after re organisation of states. 3. Clause (c) modified with reference to Mi nistry of Defence letter No. 92945/AG/ PS-4(c)/3436-D (Pensions/Services) dt. 23-4-60 and the word "chaplain" omitted same having been omitted from Arts. 934 & 935 C. S. R.

139

6S

60

effect already exist n nistry f . D e t S c e s ) dt. 4-7-60. j> (Pensions/Services^ *' t nf oension at
van0us Gevt<

: .^

69 to 70 71
43

su i ^ e n d i x B . separately in ^ ^ <, Clause (b) modified with refe^ence^

72

51(u)

Order

464/58.

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been used in place oi . - has been made lor


73

53

identilication y p Order 464,58.

. ^ ^

* a S ^ S r t 5 a l s o considered cpmpe

of Defence letter ^ 10 49l/Pen-C dt. to


4

The procedure for and Bhutan nas

, "forfeiture" has been replaced


74

58(a) ,aauseCOwa S r e W ord 6 d W ithouta,ych a u g e.

HO

75

58(b)

political n a t u r t p t v l d f d ^ &
76

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77 78

forfe.ted"

Based on p ar a 2 ofA. I. 235/55.


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(Pej slons PraCt Ce f n

^. 6-8-58 ^ f d i S L respect of Gork

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/Services) Uowed

2. Clause (f) based on ControlW r Defence Accounts l c t S * ? X % $


79

80

65

ments by p e m i , T applicable to nn_ pay> i-ension Paymasters. T ne phrase "whose rfMti, attributable to militJv J * c o n . s W e ^ not
h e compassionate al?v? r e n t iaadt e {t f f o n l to children of commk ? Td e fficers ^ssible under the revised P a J W " As not admissible the": P a S e ^ eknt i o n s X " b i necessary, fe omitted. S un-

SI to 82 83 84 5
77

BLANK.

BLANK.
78

1. A
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84
87

BLANK.

141 1
HO 79 1. Exception below clause (A) inserted be cause of the scheme of Pending Enquiry Award vide A J s . 254/51 & 16/53. 2. Clause (c) modified with reference to A.I. 400/51. See also A.G.'s Branch file N o . 52897/P.S.4(a). A reference to allowances attached to decorations omitted as they are not pensionary benefits. 3 Clause (D) based on Ministry of Defence letter No. 177148/1/Pen-C dt. 6-3-57. 4. Clause (E) based on Controller General of Defence Accounts No. 3156/At-P dt. 22-4-59. No change in substance.

89 90 Qi

80 81 85

The heading of the rule changed and clause (c) inserted vide Controller General of De fence Accounts letter N o . 3156/At-P dt. 22-4-59. BLANK.

92 95

..

92, 93, 96 & 97 The provisions of rules 92, 93, 96 & 97 combined to form only one rule for ease ol reference. N o change in substance. 98 Modified with reference to Minsitry of Finance (Defence) Memo No. 6372/At-P dt. 16-12-59.

ofi

97 98 to 99
100

99 .. 94 BLANK. The word "erroneous" has been inserted in the heading because in certain cases the grant of two family pensions is admissible vide rule 222 of Part I of these Regulations.

101 102 to 105 106

95 .. 106 BLANK. Modified with reference to Ministry pf De fence letter N o . F. 79(2) 57/4104-I/D (Pen sions/Services) dt. 14-5-60. Modified with reference to Ministry of De fence letter N o . F . 47CD/56/6583-D (Pen sions/Services) dt. 30-9-57. 1. The provisions regarding the procedure for commutation of pension outside India omitted from clause (c) being outmoded.

107

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108

108

107

142

108contd.

2. The words "local government" have been replaced by the words "State Government/ Administration" which is the current ter minology. 3. The words "military medical board" have been substituted by the words "Services medical board" to admit of the officer being examined by Army, Naval or Air Force Medical Board whichever may be available.

109

109

The words "Reserve Bank of India" am plified to read as "Reserve Bank of India, or its agencies carrying on treasury functions for the time being on behalf of the Central Government" as the Reserve Bank was doing the work of a treasury at certain places in India. Medical board form in cases of impaired lives amplified to make it self-contained. As the provisions regarding procedure for commutation of pension outside India has been omitted from the revised Re gulations, the words "if commutation..., pension is issued" occurring in clause (iii) of the existing rule were omitted.

110 111

110 111

112 Appendix I

112 Appendix I Modified with reference to the constitutional changes that have taken place in India after Independance. Based on A. I. 24/57. Rule 43(0 Modified with reference to Ministry of Defence letter No. F. 28(8)/59/2793-D (Pensions/Services) dt. 2-4-60. Modified with reference to A. I. 308/58.

Appendix II Appendix III

Appendix IV

Appendix IV

Memo explanatory of the treatment accorded in the Pension Regulations for the Army (1961) to each rule in the Pension Regqlations for the Army in India (1940) Number of the rule in Pension Regulations (1940) Number of the corres ponding regulations in Pension Regulations (1961)

Explanatory remarks

1 2 3 4 5 to 15 16
17

1 2 3 Definitions BLANK Terms which have become outmoded have been omitted.

t
16 & 20

Clause (i) omitted being redundant.

Table below Rule 17 Items 1 to 9, "1 13 to 15, ! 18 to 22'& | 27 to 29.: j Item 10 Items 11 & 17 Item 12 Item 16 Item 23 Item 24 Item 25 Item 26 Item 26-A Item 26-B Item 26-C Item 26-D Item 30 Item 31 IS Omitted Item 1 of Table I Item 3 of Table I Item 4 of Table I Item 2 of Table I Item 2 of Table IV Item 4 of Table TV Item 1 of Table IV Item 5 of Table IV Item 6 of Table TV Item 9 of Table IV Item 10 of Table IV Item 8 of Table TV Item 12 of Table IV Item 6 of Table I Being redundant.

Categories of personnel not in existence omitted. Categories of personnel mentioned at-item (i), (ii), (iv), (vi), (vii): & (ix) are not 143

144

18contd. 19 20 21 to 24 25 .Schedule below Rule 25 Items 1 to 7, 14,15 & 16. Stems 8 to 11 Item 12 Item 13 Item 17 26 Schedule below Rule 26

9contd. 10 11 BLANK 17 & 21

in existence and hence omitted,

Omitted BLANK Item l(i) of Table II Item l(ii) of Table II Item 1 of Table V 18 & 22

Being redundant.

Categories of personnel mentioned Items 1 to 4, 20, Omitted in these items are not in existence. 21, 24, 25 & 39 Item 5 to S BLANK Item 9 Item 1 of Table HI & VI. Item 10 Item 8 of Table VI Item I f Item 2 of Table VI Item 12 Item 3 of Table VI Item 13 Item 4 of Table VI Items 14 & 15 Item 7 of Table VI Item 16 Item 6 of Table VI Item 17 Item 5 of Table VI Item 18 Item 9 of Tabls VI Item 19 Item 10 of Table VI Item 22 Item 16 of Table VI Item 23 Item 17 of Table VI Schedule below Rule 26 Item 23-A Items 26 to 30 Item 31 Item 32 Item 6-A of Table III BLANK Item 23 of Table VI The competent authority viz., Controller Omitted of Defence Accounts (Other Ranks) has been indicated in the rule itself.

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Item 33 Item 34 Item-35 Item 36 Item 37 Item 38 Item 38-A Rule 27 28 29 to 32. . 33 : .

Item 10 of Table III Item 26 of Table VI The .. Item 11 of Table III and item 27 of Table VI. Item 28 of Table VI Item 29 of Table VI Item 12 of Table III 4 12 BLANK 26 Omitted 36 BLANK 51 52 . 6 4 71 & Appendix III

rule has not yet been finalised.

34 & 35 . 3 6 37 to 39 40 41 42 43 44

Categories of pensioners mentioned in these rules not in existence.

The list has been prepared state-wise after reorganisation of India. Payment of pension outeide India having. been banned, the direct provisions in clauses (ii) & (iii) of the existing rule omitted.

53

45 to 50 51(i) 51(ii) 52 53 54 55 56

BLANK 65 72 66 73 54 58 55

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57 58(a) 58(b) 59 60 61 62 63

Omitted 74 75 76 68 78 59 60

As it refers only to some rule, it is con sidered as superfluous.

Clause (ii) omitted as the grant of capi tation allowance is not admissible under Pension Regulations Part I. All pensions are paid in rupees.

64 65 66

Omitted 80 Omitted

Allowances attached to gallantry de corations being not strictly "pen sionary awards", this rule should not find place in Pension Regulations.

67 68 69 to 70 71 1

61 57 BLANK

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72 y 73 JI 74 to 76 77 78 79

Omitted

Payment outside India having been banned, there is no necessity of these rules in the Regulations.

BLANK 83 85 88

Reference to I. O. M. allowances etc. omitted in view of remarks against rule 66.


80 81 S2&83

89 90 BLANK

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86" 91 .. ... These rules have not yet been finalised.

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The provisions of all the four rules have been combined to form one rule. .

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115 to 117 18 to 128

BLANK Omitted

129 1 . V 130 J

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Appendix I List I List II Re-arranged according to the re vised areas/Independent Sub-Areas. Military Treasury Chest, Mhow and Neemuch omitted having since been closed down.

List III List IV

List III List IV The authorities other than pension pay masters omitted being no longer In exist ence after Independence and re organisation of States of India. The authorities mentioned in this Appen dix not in existence. See remarks against rule 63 above.

Appendix II Appendix III Appendix IV

Omitted Omitted Appendix IV

The categories viz., K. C. I. Os. Depart mental officers etc. omitted being no longer in existence. See remarks against rules 118 to 128 above. In view of Ministry of Defence letter No. F. 47(0/56/65 83-D (Pensions/Ser vices), dated 30-9-57.

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