(1) All employees shall be entitled to the concession for visiting `Home-Town once in a block of two years and any place in India once in a block of four years.
(2) The Board shall meet the actual fares in full. There shall be no objection to an employee travelling in a lower or higher class but the Boards liability for concession shall be limited to the fares of the accommodation by the entitled class or the lower class actually used.
(3) An employee who is entitled to the concession for journeys to his home-town will also be entitled to the concession for journeys to any place in India once in a block of four years, however if the concession for journeys to any place in India once in a block of four years is utilised, it will be in lieu of, and adjusted against, the concession for visiting the home-town including the concession, if any, carried forward under sub-regulation (3) of regulation 4, to which he may be entitled at the time of journey to place of India is undertaken. Further, such an employee will be entitled to carry forward the concession to the first year of the next block of four years, only if he is entitled to a carry forward concession to home-town for that year.
(4) In every case, the journey should be home-town and back and the claim should be for both outward and inward journeys. The journey to home-town need not necessarily commence from, or at, Mumbai either in his own case or in the case of his family. But the assistance admissible shall be the amount admissible for the actual distance travelled, limited to the amount that would have been admissible had the journey been performed between Mumbai and the home-town of the employee.