Pension Scheme: To remove confusion about total pension, this is the rule for government employees

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Pension Scheme: Central Government has explained the pension scheme for central employees. You can check the rules for withdrawal of total pension from Department of Pension and Pensioners Welfare (DoPPW) for Central Government Employees. According to this, if employees have withdrawn or withdrawn some percentage of their basic pension in lump sum, they cannot do so again.

What is the limit for payment of lumsam?

The DoPPW in its note said that as per the Central Civil Services (Commutation of Pension) Rules, 1981, grant of pension more than once is not permissible. According to rule five of the Central Civil Services (Commutation of Pension) Rules, 1981, a government servant can withdraw 40 per cent of his basic pension in lump sum, but he can draw it only once.

Under the 1981 rule, it has been clarified that there is no provision that any pensioner can withdraw after withdrawing 40% of the amount.

Information should be given in the application form

Government employees who have already withdrawn their total pension from 40 per cent of their basic pension, can they withdraw the money again? In this regard, the government has given an explanation citing the rule.

The rule states that in the application for commutation, whether in Form 1 or Form 1-A or Form 2, the applicant must state how much part of his pension he wants to partially withdraw or the same. He wants to commute or partially withdraw a maximum of 40% of the basic pension or a lower limit.

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