HC Deb 09 December 1931 vol 260 c1860
57. Sir C. RAWSON

asked the Secretary of State for India whether his attention has been drawn to the fact that the issue of British postal orders and foreign money orders is being suspended by the Government of India, which is causing inconvenience to printers, publishers, and business managers in this country and to their distributing agents in India; and whether any steps are being taken by His Majesty's Government to put an end to these difficulties?


The service of money order and postal order remittance from India to this country was temporarily suspended as from the 21st September last, but these facilities have now been restored, with effect from the 16th November, subject to the limit of £5 from each remitter in one day.