§ Mr. D. GRENFELL
asked the Undersecretary of State for India if any action has been taken by the Government of India on the amendment to the Government's Resolution on the Reforms Inquiry Committee's Report passed by the Legislative Assembly in September, 1925; whether any amendment to the Government of India Act is contemplated to give effect to the majority recommendation of that committee; and when is that legislation likely to come before the House?
§ Earl WINTERTON
The resolution referred to, which was accepted by the Council of State, is being considered by the Government of India, together with the amendment carried by the Legislative Assembly. Legislation will probably be necessary to give effect to some of the recommendations of the Majority Report of the Reforms Enquiry Committee, but I cannot say when such legislation is likely to come before the House.