HC Deb 17 March 1884 vol 286 c39

asked the Under Secretary of State for India, Whether it is true, as stated by the Indian press, that the Government of India will appoint a "roving Commission" to test the provisions of the Bengal Tenancy Bill by local inquiries; and, if so, whether the Commission will be a merely private official one, or whether it will be on the lines of the Indigo Commission of 1860, that consisted of three officials and throe non-officials, sitting publicly, and taking evidence on oath?


, in reply, said, that the Secretary of State had received no information that it was the intention of the Government of India to appoint a Commission of the nature indicated by the hon. Member's Question.