§ LORD WILLIAM HAY
said, he wished to ask the Under Secretary of State for India, Whether it is the intention of Her Majesty's Government to propose to the House the measures to be taken in consequence of the Report of the Second Commission on the grievances of Indian Officers, before issuing instructions on the subject to the Government of India; and, if so, when they will be submitted to the House?
§ MR. STANSFELD,
in reply, said, he was not able to name the day when the matter would be submitted to the House. It would be his duty when the time came to mate a statement as to the nature of the measures which the Government were prepared to recommend. They had no desire to avoid Parliamentary discussion, or an expression of the opinion of the House on the question to which the noble Lord referred.