FIR against Kargil Congress councillor for ‘objectionable remarks’ against soldiers, country

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SRINAGAR: The

Ladakh police

registered a case on Friday against

Kargil

Congress councillor Zakir Hussain for making allegedly controversial remarks about the India-China face-off during a telephone chat with Nisar Ahmad Khan, a

Congress member

located in Srinagar. A recording, alleged to be of the conversation, has gone viral on social media.
Meanwhile, J&K Congress head G A Mir expelled Nisar Ahmad Khan of Batmaloo from primary membership of the party while the Congress high command distanced itself from the remarks against Indian soldiers and the country in the alleged conservation.
Zakir Hussain is a councillor in

the Ladakh Autonomous Hill Development council

, Kargil.
BJP party activists, led by

Ladakh

BJP MP

Jamgyang Tsering

Namgyal, held protests in Leh and demanded action against Zakir Hussain.
Kargil SP Vinod Kumar, however, avoided taking phone calls from this reporter even when he was requested for his comments through a text message.
In the recording, Zakir Hussain allegedly spoke about the June 15 India-China face-off in the Galwan valley. 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 “China has captured 135 km of Indian territory”. Zakir also says that about “222

Indian Army

personnel had died”, according to the recording of the alleged conversation.

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