§ 1. Mr. AMMON
asked the Under-Secretary of State for India whether a memorial to his address from an officer of the posts and telegraphs of India, which originated in an appeal to the Viceroy in October, 1921, has yet been 1472 disposed of; whether the papers on this case were seen by the Viceroy or any other officers of the Government of India other than those against whose orders the appeal was made; and will he undertake to have the procedure in India examined with a view to prevent the vitiation of the right of appeal by delay or any other cause and to ensure for the services in that country a prompt and fair hearing of appeals at all stages?
§ The UNDER-SECRETARY of STATE for INDIA (Earl Winterton)
If the hon. Member will let me know the particular memorial which he has in mind, I will have the facts examined.