Interview number: 207
Interviewer: Shanker, Uma
Interview date: 1975-05-10
Length 129 minutes
Condition notes: Noisy microphone; some volume variation.
J.K. Khanna, lawyer/Congressman, talks of the Delhi political scene, the I.N.A. Trial at Red Fort, Partition communal riots, refugee trains, rehabilitation and compensation.
Coverage notes: Delhi political scene; I.N.A. Red Fort Trial, Defence; communal riots; refugee trains; rehabilitation, resettlement; claims/compensation; Indian National Congress; Home Rule League; Khadi, Charkha Sangh; Bharat Sewak Samaj, Ramjas Foundation; Khilafat; dharamshalas; Rowlatt Bill; Railway Station, Clock Tower; hartal; shuddhi; Simon Commission; prabhat pheries; jails; Irwin; T.B.; nambardar; angethi; jamadars; tongas; takhats; brahmacharis; patwaris; patwar-khanas; Nazarat; self-rule; N.W.F.P.; satyagrahis; Delhi wallahs; Frontier Mail, Amritsar; B.B. & C.I. railway; absconders; Section 188; Jammu, Kashmir; transit camp, Old Fort; new colonies; 1916-1975