§ SIR SEYMOUR KING
I beg to ask the Under Secretary of State for India whether the Government of India has now considered the statement of the grievances of the Indian Staff Corps officers, arising from their constant supersession by officers junior to them in the British Army; whether Lord Roberts made any suggestions to the Indian Government for remedying the anomalies and injustices complained of; and what, if any, resolution has been arrived at with reference to this matter?
MR. GEORGE RUSSELL
The suggestions made by Lord Roberts and the Government of India have been under the consideration of the Secretary of State, whose views have been communicated to the Government of India. The question is still under consideration. No decision has been arrived at, as yet.