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kannan-sakthi
Dear Sir, One of employee was dead in a road accident after he completed duty and was returning from company to home. He is working only for two month.
In this case eligible for pf death claim? Let me know the details and eligible.

From India, Bangalore
Madhu.T.K
4198

Though the PF accumulation available will be less,based on the contributions, his dependents will get monthly Pension from EPFO. Moreover, they will also get EDLI (Employees Deposit Linked Insurance) for which length of service is not a criterion. If the deceased member's UAN is linked to adhar, then a simple composite form is available. Along with this form page 5 of the pension claim form (form10D) being descriptive roll of each person eligible to get pension in duplicate shall also be submitted through the employer.
From India, Kannur
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Narendra M Agrahari
Hi, Need help regarding the matter of death of employee ,during the working our . Please help . Thanks Narendra M Agarhari HRD
From India, Kanpur
Madhu.T.K
4198

If the death has taken place during working hours, you have to inform the appropriate authorities, ie, Inspector of Factories and Boilers, Inspector of Plantations, Mines or Labour Officer, as the case may be. If the employee was covered by ESI, naturally, you should send the report to ESI also. It is also good if you involve the Police. It is mandatory if the death is unnatural. The papers relating to EDLI, PF and Pension can be submitted in due course.
From India, Kannur
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