HC Deb 19 April 1937 vol 322 cc1397-8
1. Mr. Ammon

asked the Under-Secretary of State for India whether, with a view to following up the measures taken to abolish slavery in the Naga Hills, on the borders of Assam, he can state what steps have been or will be taken to secure the continuance of the new conditions of freedom established by the recent expedition?

The Under-Secretary of State for India (Mr. Butler)

The Government of Assam have asked the Deputy-Commissioner, Naga Hills, who led the recent successful expedition, to submit for their considera-

Minister. Department. Salary. (Rs. per month.)
Sir K. V. Reddi Nayudu Public, Revenue and Legal 3,000*
A. T. Pannir Selvam Home and Finance 2,500*
Raj Kumar M. A. Muthayya Chettiyar of Chettindad. Local Self-Government 2,500*
Sahib Bahadur P. Khalifullah Public Works 2,500*
M. C. Raja Development 2,500*
R. M. Palat Education and Public Health 2,500*
* In addition each minister is entitled to a free residence or a house rent allowance of Rs. 400 in lieu thereof.

tion proposals for the establishment of a control area to include Pangsha and other villages.

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