Ex-gratia Lump Sum Compensation to Invalided out Defence Personnel

7th CPC on Ex-gratia Lump Sum Compensation to Invalided out Defence Personnel

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10.2.64 The Services have sought application of broad banding principle for determining the extent of disability for payment of Ex-gratia award to service personnel boarded out on account of disability/war injury attributable to or aggravated by military service.

10.2.65 The existing orders involve payment of ex-gratia lump sum compensation of ₹9 lakh for 100 percent disability. For disability/war injury lower than 100 percent but not less than 20 percent, the amount of ex-gratia compensation is proportionately reduced. No ex-gratia compensation is payable for disability/war injury less than 20 percent. The Commission is recommending an increase in the existing lump sum compensation of ₹9 lakh for 100 percent disability to ₹20 lakh. However it finds no justification to recommend broad banding for payment of Ex-gratia award to service personnel boarded out on account of disability/war injury attributable to or aggravated by military service.

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