According to the government..no additional conditions have been put to the Haryana pension program for unmarried people and widowers!
According to the spokesman, a provision has been established in the Haryana government’s announcement to offer a pension to a widower upon reaching the age of 40, provided his own certified yearly income does not exceed 3 lakh.
On Friday, the Haryana government said that a notice addressing pension for unmarried and widowed recipients was released with no additional conditions.
The state government has established provision for unmarried beneficiaries aged 45 and up, as well as widowers aged 40 and up, to receive a pension.
“No new condition has been added to the beneficiaries in either category.” “Unmarried and widower beneficiaries will also receive pensions under the same conditions that apply to old age, widow, or other schemes,” an official spokeswoman stated, adding that inaccurate information concerning this programme was being distributed.
According to the spokesman, a provision has been created in the government’s announcement to offer a pension to a widower upon reaching the age of 40, provided his own certified yearly income does not exceed 3 lakh. Similarly, a provision has been inserted to provide a pension to unmarried people who reach the age of 45. The yearly income ceiling for them has been set at 1.80 lakh.
“If there is a change in the beneficiaries of both categories, the beneficiary must notify the district social welfare officer with the relevant information.” Aside from that, if a beneficiary provides incorrect information or conceals any information, the pension will be removed together with interest from the moment the incorrect information is submitted, according to the spokeswoman.