§ 17. Major GRAHAM POLE
asked the Secretary of State for India if he will give information in regard to the personnel of the committee which has been set up to investigate the problems connected with the establishment of an Indian Sandhurst?
§ Following are the names:
§ Chairman: General Sir P. W. Chetwode, Bt., G.C.R., K.C.M.G., D.S.O., Commander-in-Chief in India.
§ Lieut.-General Sir K. Wigram, K.C.B., C.S.I., C.B.E., D.S.O., Chief of the General Staff.
§ Lieut.-General Sir C. N. Macmullen, K.C.B., C.M.G., C.I.E., D.S.O., Adjutant-General.
§ Lieut.-Colonel H. L. Haughton, C.I.E., Deputy Military Secretary, Army Headquarters.
§ Mr. G. M. Young, C.I.E., Secretary, Government of India, Army Department.
§ Sir George Anderson, C.I.E., Director of Public Instruction, Punjab.598
§ Mr. S. N. Mukerji, Principal, St. Stephens College, Delhi.
§ Sir P. Sivaswami Aiyer, K.C.S.I., C.I.E.
§ Dr. B. S. Moonje.
§ Rai Bahadur Chaudhry Chhotu Ram.
§ Sir Abdur Rahim, K.C.S.I., M.L.A.
§ Captain Sher Muhammed Khan, M.L.A.
§ Lieutenant Narain Singh Bahadur.
§ Lieut.-Colonel Sir H. Gidney, M.L.A.
§ Khan Bahadur Mir Sharbat Khan, Political Agent, Chagai.
§ Major-General Rao Raja G. R. Rajwade (of Gwalior).
§ Colonel Lachhman Singh (of Patiala).
§ Colonel Kadirbeg (of Hyderabad).