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Strange & Lonely Life' BROTHER OF INDIAN ASSASSIN SPEAKS Last night a representative of the Daily Chronicle had all interview in London with the younger brother of Mada-r Lai Dhingra. A quiet, smooth-cheeked, elimly-built youth, he offered a striking contrast to the rugged- faced Indian who now lies in Brixtcn Prison charged with the amazing assmsinatio-as at the Imperial Institute. His only resemblance to his brother, indeed, is that he wears a pair of gold-rimmed spectacles. His eyes grew dim as he spoke of the orim-e. It is terrible," he said, with evident diir vress. I cannot understand it at all- I feel t very, very keenly." I asked him how long he had been in England. About a year." he said. My brother, you know, has been here over two yea,rs.' Have you him frequently since your arrival?" So, we have met very, very seldom. I have seen scarcely anything of him. He met me on my arrival in England, but 6inoe then we have been almost like strangers to each other." Why did you not live together?" Because he did not want me-that is all." "Do you know of any reason for this?" Well, he always liked to be by himself. When we were in India together he never made a companion of me. He was very re- ierved-exe-eedingly so. Altogether he was very Heculiar in His Habits "When did you see him la,st?" About two months ago." "What did he say?" We did not speak." "Has he written to you from time to time? "No, ho never wrote. So 1 have seldom known what he ha-s been doing. In my lett-ers hove I have occasionally mentioned him, cut I have never had very much to ta 11." "So I may take it that you do tltàt knevr whether he has had any companions or not?" "No, I do not know at all." "Did you know that your brother in India ,a-d written to Sir Curzon Wyllie respecting d 1141 air P "No, I did not." Not at the "At Home "You of course, wer-o not present at Liic imperial Institute lsust Thursday night?" "Well I had an invitation to the 'At Home,' kui I was unable to go." I then asked him how he first heard of the assassinations. With quivering lips he replied, "When I went but after breakfast on Flk,Lay morning [ gaw a pta.o?rd that there had been some ?saaeaioa?Mns by an Indian in Lon?t- just ordinary curiotsity 1 went into a shop and bought a paper. I was horror-struck as I looked at the aoOount which it gave. I saw my brother's name; it was mis-spelt, bmt clearly Ma-dar was roferred to. I did not know what to do. I felt helpless. I spoke to a friend, but there tva-s nothing that he could advise me to do. I was beside myself with griel." "You h ad no idea what were the political views of your brother p" "I c&n't remember that I ever heard him talk very much a-bout politics. I myself am not very m?ch interested in them. He "'M, as I ha?e Laid, esoMdingly reseed. Ito was ?.o somewhat excit?le. 1 <* J"* ?hat made him to tlvie ^tnless it is Inn,-Y. 1. "Have you heard from y?ur M-ath?ef ?HMe h-is arrest?" N o, not a word." Finally, he said that he wam anxious to go W the (axtcii-hau to show-silent thougn tols testimony was-that he himself was a loyal subject, and that thil assassinations "re abhorrent to him. Again, however, his eyes moistened, aa, maybe, he thought of his brother lying in a prison, ceil. Thus do the iinnocent Buffet with the guilty.

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