Foreign News: Foreign News, Nov. 2, 1942

Moslem League, to form a provisional Government which would be responsible to a legislature chosen in a new general election. All power would be transferred to the new Government except control over military operations, to which the formula of Sir Stafford Cripps's rejected proposals would apply.

Any suggestions of C. R., former Premier of Madras, took great weight from his record. A former member of the Congress party Working Committee, C. R. has steadily urged all-out military effort against Japan. He led the Congress bloc which favored accepting the Cripps proposals; he suggested...

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