Family Pension for Unmarried Girls in India

Ancestral property only applies to the sons of the family. But in a few years, we will realize the twenty-year common heritage of Hindu girls. When it comes to the girl’s right to her parents or family property, she has to prove it or fight for that right. Family retirements are just another fight for “this” here. There is a lot of confusion about family pensions for girls under 25, even girls under 25 with or without income, divorced or widowed mothers. The following blog tries to give some advice in this direction.
You are a girl and this is not your permanent home. You will buy another house and this will be your legal place. This thought often gives rise to a lot of complaints and questions when talking about girls’ parental rights or family property rights. The usual thinking is that everything from parents is passed on to boys and completely ignored to girls. But time changes forever. Girls are also legal heirs like boys and they have equal rights with boys in the inheritance left after the death of their parents.

Similarly, unmarried girls, widows and divorced girls are also entitled to their parents’ pension when they die as elderly pensioners or central government or other officials. Here are some rules regarding family retirement for unmarried girls.


Family Retirement Rules After Retirement’s Death
There are many benefits to starting a government job. One of them becomes a family retiree after leaving the real world.


According to the authorities, the pension plan specified in Article 54 of the Central Public Service (Pension) Law of 1972 is a healthy purchase. The same foundation also provides financial assistance to the widow or children of the deceased or retired employee (as the case may be). They must be financially independent and their monthly income must not exceed a certain amount. The program is not regulated as it does not require employees to contribute to family pensions.

It should be noted that no one is entitled to family pension, except as specified in the rules. Who is or is entitled to a family pension under the law cannot be determined by evidence of inheritance or legal inheritance. Therefore, central government employees or retirees cannot nominate candidates in this regard.

Chapter 54 Chapter 6 illustrates relationships that qualify for family retirement

•Siblings with disabilities

Family Pension Eligibility of Unmarried Daughters
The Eligibility of Unmarried Daughters for Family Pension is shown below. It should be noted that the same applies to the eligibility status of middle-level civil servant children. If you have questions about who is not entitled to a family pension, you can contact a family law lawyer. A daughter is not eligible for family pension if:

Eligibility of an unmarried daughter (Rule 54, Section 6(iii))
An unmarried daughter is entitled to family pension until she is old. Whichever comes first gets married or starts earning money.

Order of Birth (Chapter 54 Article 8(iii))
Family pension is paid to children in birth order. Therefore, if an unmarried sister is the eldest, she is entitled to a family pension when her parents die. However, the family pension for unmarried girls is valid after the age of 25 if the unmarried girl is the younger sibling but the eldest daughter is not legally born.


Gemini (Rule 54 Surule 7(d))
If an unmarried girl has one sister and one twin, the amount equal to her cousin


Two pensions (Rule 54 sub-rule 11)
If both parents of the girl are not married, the mother and father are subject to the 1964 Family Pension Rules, then they are entitled to two pensions on their behalf.


Income family pension
If an unmarried daughter benefits from the existing family pension scheme, this fee will not be included in the price for the second family eligible for retirement.


Adopted spouse
Family pension will not be granted if the unmarried daughter is the spouse of a senior employee. Therefore, if a man dies leaving behind the spouse who adopted the daughter, after the widow’s death the daughter will not be entitled to receive a pension from the man.

Daughter of a Disabled Person (Sub) Rule 54 Rule 6)
The unmarried daughter of a deceased missionary is mentally or physically disabled after marriage or even if she is of legal age. 25, family pension can still be paid for life.


Young Girl’s Pension
Family pension is paid by the guardian if the girl is not married with a child.


Divorced Parents
If the parents of an unmarried girl file for divorce from her husband, she has the right to receive family assistance, as the sentence will expire after her husband’s death. . However, it will be counted from the date of the divorce agreement.


Family pension payment
Family pension rules after the death of the elderly person should be determined according to the time and amount of pension payable. The main factor in determining the value is the last salary received by the deceased.
The family pension Is fixed and paid in full rupees monthly.
If a government employee dies while on duty, ie before retirement, the amount paid under the family plan is 50% of the last salary received. This amount is paid for 10 years and then 30% of the last salary received is deducted.
In the event of the death of the state pensioner, 50% of the family pension is paid for 7 years. This amount continues after the date of death or until the old person turns 67 years old. After that, the family pension is paid at 30% of the final salary.

Family Pension Documents
Unmarried girls or anyone living in the family after the servant’s death must comply with certain retirement rules. Documents to be submitted for Unmarried Girl Child Pension are as follows:

•Filled the appropriate form, •Unmarried Girl Child Family Pension Application
•Newspaper Clerk Approved Current Photo
•Father Certificate/ Mother (if any)
•Applicant Aadhaar card and PAN ID card document.
•Copy of applicant’s birth certificate/registration card
•Copy of applicant’s bank statement/check
•Certificate of unmarried from city / village council / Unemployment and Central tax office signed by Sainik county health officer
•Income certificate from the applicant’s city tax officer
•Declaration form from brother/sister stating that the family does not accept payment before the judge Pensions Judge informs the applicant of his current marital status and employment
•Copy of Pension Payment Order (PPO)



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