THE INDIA AUXILIARY FORCES BILL. [To THE EDITOR OF THE
" SPECTATOR."] SIR,—The European Association of India requests that you will kindly publish the fact that the Council of that Association has addressed the Secretary of State for India by cable stating that it regards the position in India with grave anxiety, and requesting that the Government of India may be asked to proceed immediately with the Auxiliary Forces Bill as origin- ally drafted, or, failing this, to prepare a fresh Bill on the basis of voluntary recruitment, with a view to securing an efficient armed force for public protection.—I am. Sir, &c., S. M. EDWARDRO. The Indo-British Association, Ltd., 6 Broad Street Place; E.C. 2.