§ Mr. LANSBURY
asked the Under-Secretary of State for India what conditions, if any, were attached to the release of Mr. Bose; what was the actual tenure of his imprisonment without trial; will he lay upon the Table of the House a copy of the report prepared by the four doctors which led the Governor-General to order his release; is it intended to release the remainder of the persons in prison or detained under the Bengal Ordinance; and has the Government considered the question of withdrawing the Ordinance?
§ Earl WINTERTON
No conditions have been attached to Mr. Bose's release, who had been under detention since 25th October, 1924. I do not know whether the last medical examination resulted in any formal report. The answer to the last two parts of the question is in the negative.