New Delhi, Jan 8: The controversy over actor Aamir Khan’s not remaining the brand ambassador of “Incredible India’ campaign today had its echo in a meeting of a parliamentary committee which asked the Tourism Ministry to submit a report on the entire issue to it within ten days. Members were understood to have voiced their displeasure as Tourism Secretary V K Zutshi said that he will have to find out the facts when asked about details of the issue.Also Read - 'Baahar Badi Star Banti Hai, Hum Dikhate Hain Isko..': Fatima Sana Shaikh Opens Up About Bullying as a Child Artist

Members asked him whether it is true that the government has decided to appoint superstar Amitabh Bachchan as the next brand ambassador in place of Khan. Sources said committee members wanted to know how much money the government spent on hiring Khan for the job so far and what will be the amount to be paid to Bachchan. When Zutshi said that he will have to go through files and find out the details, members expressed annoyance wondering why such a senior government offical has come to the panel unprepared, they said. (ALSO READ: I endorse my security cut: Aamir Khan) Also Read - Aamir Khan Issues Apologies to KGF 2 Producers And Yash, Says 'Will Promote KGF Chapter 2

Sources said the meeting of the committee, headed by K D Singh of Trinamool Congress, discussed a large number of issues related to tourism. During the two-hour meeting, the controversy surrounding Khan came up for discussion. Singh also pulled up the Secretary saying it is “not fair” on his part not to have the answers and asked him to submit a detailed reply in ten days. The Chairman has asked the Secretary to come out with specific answers. “The commitee expressed its displeasure and asked the Secretary to submit a report within ten days,” said a member present in the meeting. The members also wanted to know whether the contract was of Khan was over or if he was discontinued as brand ambassador. Also Read - Aamir Khan and Kareena Kapoor's Laal Singh Chaddha Release Date: Movie To His Theatres On Baisakhi 2022