7th Pay Commission : Special Family Pension in Defence

Special Family Pension

10.2.34 The Services have sought that the Special Family Pension be enhanced and be paid at the rate of 80 percent of last drawn reckonable emoluments from the existing rate of 60 percent. Increase in rate, it is contended, is justified as the widow is not extended government employment unlike widow of civilian Central Government servant, when the spouse dies in service.

Analysis and Recommendations

10.2.35 The recommendations of the Commission in relation to pay of defence forces personnel will lead to a significant increase in the pay drawn and therefore in the ‘last pay drawn.’ No further increase in the existing rate of Special Family Pension is therefore recommended by the Commission.

READ : 7th CPC recommendations on Enhanced Ordinary Family Pension in Defence

4 thoughts on “7th Pay Commission : Special Family Pension in Defence”

  1. Prashanth Rao D M

    When the defence family pensioners of Karnataka will get the revised pension please let us know as per seventh pay commission and when will they get arrears in Bangalore is still not yet revised that to in urban capital city of Karnataka

  2. Tribhuvan Singh Rawat

    Even after the death of both father and mother is there any provision for children of pension who is mentally ill.

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