I heard in a talk that John Stuart Mill was in favor of democracy in his own country but against democracy in India, I read the following in a paper -
Mill’s support of British imperialism may seem puzzling given that Mill defends toleration, liberty, and experiments in living. How could the theorist who defends a principle holding that no one could “rightfully be compelled to do or forbear because it will be better for him to do so” (OL 18:223– 24) also defend a system of imperialism seeking to compel the improvement of others? Tolerant Imperialism: John Stuart Mill’s Defense of British Rule in India by Mark Tunick, 2006
But could not find any direct quote, can any one provide relatively direct quote where John Stuart Mill said against democracy in India but contrary advocates democracy in England or other European country? I am looking for a quote that is more direct than what is posted already, note that I got better quote than what is given in answer.