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Employees' State Insurance (General) Regulations, 1950

103B. Medical benefit to insured person who ceases to be in insurable employment on account of permanent disablement

(1) An insured person who ceases to be in insurable employment on account of permanent disablement caused due to employment injury shall continue to receive medical benefit for himself and his/her spouse till the date on which he would have vacated the employment on attaining the age of superannuation had he not sustained such permanent disablement, if produces a certificate from the employer/a declaration in the form which may be specified by the Director-General for the purpose.

(2) Medical benefit to retired insured persons-An insured person who has attained the age of superannuation shall be eligible to receive medical benefit for himself and his/her spouse, if he produces a certificate from the employer in the form which may be specified by the Director-General for the purpose.

(3) An employer shall, on demand, issue the certificate as referred to in sub-regulations (1) and (2) to an employee who had been employed by him.]





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