HC Deb 24 October 1932 vol 269 c611W

asked the Secretary of State for India whether he has any report on the health of Mr. Subhas Chandra Bose; and whether this Indian leader is receiving special medical attention in prison?


Yes, Sir. Mr. Bose has recently been transferred to the King Edward VII sanatorium at Bhowali in the United Provinces. I have this morning received by telegram a report from the sanatorium that the illness is considered to be mainly of a dyspeptic nature and no active lung trouble can be detected. Mr. Bose is expected to become a walking patient in a few days.

Year. England. Wales.
Numbers admitted to Training. Numbers admitted to Training.
Recognised grant-earning Students. Private Students. Recognised grant-earning Students. Private Students.
1929–30 7,453 416 870 37
1930–31 7,296 365 926 5
1931–32 (Provisional) 7,583 403 907 8