§ Sir A. SPROT
asked the Secretary of State for India whether at a public meeting organised on the 8th October, 1920, in the Rohlak district of the Punjab in favour of Sufi Ikbal and Maulvi Laki Ullah, of Panipat, who were under trial for seditious language, Mr. Ghandi publicly repeated the utterances for which the two accused were being prosecuted, and publicly challenged the Government to prosecute him; and whether these two men have been convicted or not?
§ Mr. MONTAGU
On receiving notice of this question I telegraphed to the Government of India asking for full informa- 439W tion, and I would ask the hon. Member to repeat it next week.