65. Sir F. HALL
asked the Prime Minister if, in view of the conflicting statements that have been made as to the extent and nature of the information furnished to the Secretary of State for India by Sir Michael O'Dwyer and others with regard to the occurrence at Amritsar in the spring of 1919 and the dates at which such information was given, the Government will appoint a Select Committee of the House to inquire into the matter and to report after taking all available evidence?
§ The PRIME MINISTER
I see no reason for the appointment of such a Committee as my hon. and gallant Friend suggests. The matter can be brought up in Debate.