§ 14. Mr. HAMILTON KERR
asked the Secretary of State for India whether he has any information as to the revenue obtained by the Government of India from profits on the British air-mail services from India to Great Britain in the past three years; and whether he will draw the attention of that Government to the desirability of drawing the smallest possible profit from such air-mail services during the development period, in view of the advantages accruing to Anglo-Indian trade by rapid and cheap mail communications between the two countries?
§ Sir S. HOARE
I have no information. In regard to the latter part of the question, the Government of India are fully alive to the desirability of encouraging air mail traffic.