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SIR FREDERICK WHYTE

SIR FREDERICK WHYTE

An eminent parliamentarian, educationist and journalist, Sir Frederick Whyte was a member of the British Parliament and a Parliamentary Private Secretary to Sir Winston Churchill.  He was the President of the Central Legislative Assembly of India during 1921-25.  He was also the Chairman of the Indian Red Cross Society Sir Frederick was noted for his dignity and impartiality in giving rulings and for the felicity with which he conducted the proceedings of the House.  He developed the convention of introduction of the Annual Finance Bill by the Government in the Assembly.  He also helped in the establishment of the convention of the separation of the Railway Finance from General Finance.  He was instrumental in the setting up of the Committee on Public Accounts.