§ 16. Mr. KING
asked whether it is the intention of the Government to introduce a Bill into this House with the object of reforming the Secretary of State's Council; and, if so, whether the Bill will include the placing of the salaries of the Secretary and Under-Secretary of State for India on the Estimates which have to be annually voted by this House?
§ Mr. MORRELL
Are we to understand that the Secretary of State does not contemplate taking any action to meet the situation which has been created by the rejection of the Indian Council's Bill?
I do not think I said that; what I did say was, that the answer to the question was in the negative.