Under this scheme, if the primary bread of the family dies due to natural causes or due to accident, the following central care will be provided.
1. In case of death due to natural conditions, Rs. 50,000 / – Rs.
2. In case of accidental death, Rs. 50,000 / – Rs.
It is provided in the scheme to provide high financial support to the family in the event of any disaster. Earlier, as per the scheme, Rs. 10,000 / – was given. The amount has been increased to Rs. 50OOO Complete / -.
1. In the event of death, the main breadwinner (over 18 and under 30) must be present.
2. The application must be submitted in the prescribed form within two years of death. The beneficiary applying for assistance under this scheme should be a beneficiary of BPL as per the instructions of the Government of India. If the applicant resides in a rural area, he should be registered as a BPL beneficiary in a panchayat village, municipality, municipal area or municipal office or enterprise.
3. A copy of the autopsy report, police complaint, panchnama of the person involved in the accident should be attached with the application form.
4. Only one person should act as the head of the deceased family, and all members of the family must give their consent. This assistance is not available individually for each family member.
5. For the purposes of this system, the definition of a family includes spouses, minor children, unmarried girls, and dependent parents.
Where to apply
1. For the metropolitan area, you have to contact the regional office in the area.
2. For Gram Panchayat District – Under this scheme, the application should be submitted to the Deputy District Development Specialist.
3. For Municipal Corporation Area – UCD Commissioner of Municipal Corporation Office. Have to submit to the branch. The authority to authorize assistance under this scheme has been given to the above mentioned employee, and the application form can also be obtained from the office.
Source: Director of Social Protection