§ MR. WALSH (Lancashire, Ince)
To ask the Secretary of State for India, whether his attention has been directed to the condition of the Gotgeik railway bridge, Upper Burma; and whether, having regard to the general conditions attendant upon the erection of the bridge, he can lay before the House any information as to the stability of the structure.
(Answered by MR. Secretary Morley.) Since the answer given on 13th June, 1904,‡by my predecessor to a question in this House regarding the Gotgeik bridge, no information has been received at the India Office that would lead me to suppose that there is any cause for anxiety as to its stability, but I will make inquiry
†See (4) Debates, cliv., 1521.
‡See (4) Debates, cxxxv., 1475.