4. Lieut. - Colonel Sir PHILIP RICHARDSON
asked the Under-Secretary of State for India what steps, if any, have been taken to secure an immediate and general improvement in the whole standard, comfort, and accommodation in the hospitals for British troops in India as the result of the investigations of the British Station Hospital Committee, under the chairmanship of Surgeon-General Sir G. H. Makins, in 1918; whether any Report hereon has been issued; and, if so, whether it may be placed in the Library?
§ Mr. RICHARDS
I have not received any report from India, but am having a statement prepared from the information in my possession, and will let the hon. Member have a copy as soon as possible.