Sir JOHN PERRONET THOMPSON , K.C.S.I., K.C.I.E.
This is the first of three factual talks in explanation of the recent White Paper on India which sets forth the Government's proposals for Indian Constitutional Reform. All three talks will be given by Sir John Peronnet Thomp son, who speaks from many years of legislative and administative experience in India. From 1916-21 he held the post of Chief Secretary, Punjab; he served on the Indian Legislative Council, 1918-19; he was Political Secretary to the Government of India, 1922-27; Chief Commissioner of Delhi, 1928-32; and a member of the Council of State, 1922-32.
Sir John Perronet
Sir John Peronnet
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