§ 51. Mr. Brockway
asked the Secretary of State for the Colonies if he has considered a copy of the policy statement of the Kenya Indian Congress, a copy of which has been sent to him, which envisages self-government within the Commonwealth, a common electoral roll, no discrimination on grounds of race or religion and use of undeveloped land in the White Highlands by competent farmers of all races; and what reply he has sent.
§ Mr. Brockway
Will the right hon. Gentleman make some inquiry into the postal communications between Nairobi and London if this document has not been received, and when he does receive it will he pay very serious attention to this recommendation, in view of the fact that the Indian population in Kenya is the second largest of the races there?
§ Mr. Hopkinson
—but if my right hon. Friend receives the document, and if he is asked to comment, he will do so.
§ Mr. Beresford Craddock
Is it not a fact that there is very little undeveloped land in the White Highlands of Kenya?