§ 1. Major-General Sir ALFRED KNOX
asked the Secretary of State for India of what the Reforms Department of the India Office consists; and what is the sum of its salaries?
§ The SECRETARY of STATE for INDIA (Sir Samuel Hoare)
The Reforms Department of the India Office consists of a few officials temporarily seconded from other duties so that their time may be devoted exclusively to the problems connected with reforms. There are three Assistant Secretaries, one Principal, and four Clerical Officers so seconded. The net cost in salaries involved by the arrangements is rather less than £2,000 per annum.