HC Deb 22 July 1875 vol 225 cc1814-5

asked the Under Secretary of State for India, If he will have any objection to lay upon the Table of the House the Despatch addressed to the Government of India carrying out the recommendations of the East India Officers' Compensation Committee, or to communicate the substance of it to the House; and, when effect is likely to be given to the recommendations of the Committee?


, in reply, said, he had no objection to communicate to the House the despatch referred to by the hon. Member, but he thought it would be better to wait till they received the answer of the Governor General of India. Assuming that reply to be favourable, the Secretary of State would at once take steps to carry out the recommendations of the Committee.