§ 2. Mr. THURTLE
asked the Under-Secretary of State for India whether he is prepared to circulate in India a statement on behalf of the Indian Statutory Commission as to their powers to determine the terms and conditions upon which the co-operation of representative Indians in the work of the Commission may be sought?
§ Earl WINTERTON
No, Sir; the powers of the Indian Statutory Commission are sufficiently defined in the Royal Warrant by which they were appointed and were fully debated in this House and in another place at the time of the appointment of the Commission.
§ Mr. THURTLE
May I take it that the Commission is quire free to decide the terms and conditions upon which it may seek to obtain representative Indian co-operation?