HC Deb 15 February 1949 vol 461 c156W
116. Mr. Mott-Radclyffe

asked the Secretary of State for Commonwealth Relations how many claims for compensation for the loss of personal effects submitted by British officers serving in the Indian Army during the war remain unsettled.

Mr. Gordon-Walker

I understand that none of these claims has yet been settled. My right hon. Friend is urgently examining the position of British officers of the Indian Army under the various compensation schemes. I will write to the hon. and gallant Member, and tell him the result of these investigations, as soon as possible.