registered a case on Friday against Kargil Congress councillor Zakir Hussain for allegedly making controversial remarks about the India-China face-off during a telephone chat with Nisar Ahmad Khan, a Congress member located in
.Meanwhile, J&K Congress head G A Mir expelled Nisar Ahmad Khan from primary membership of the party while the Congress high command distanced itself from the remarks.
BJP party activists, led by
MP Jamgyang Tsering Namgyal, held protests in Leh and demanded action against Zakir Hussain.
In a recording of the conversation, Zakir Hussain is alleged to have said China would break Ladakh into 1,000 pieces and that Modi kept talking about surgical strikes while China captured Indian territory. Hussain is alleged to have told his friend that “222
personnel had died.”