Kubbra Sait condemns Kangana’s Y-plus security, asks if it is going out of her taxes

Kangana Ranaut had recently thanked the Union Ministry of providing her with Y-plus security post her feud with Shiv Sena MP Sanjay Raut.

Actress Kubbra Sait took to Twitter to ask if Kangana Ranaut’s police protection is being provided using taxpayers’ money. Commenting on the information that Kangana would receive a Y-plus security cover ahead of her visit to Mumbai, Kubbra wrote, “Just checking, is it going out my taxes?”

Kangana also blocked Kubbra on Twitter. She’d reacted to the development by tweeting, “Aiyo! I was silent all along. Not one tweet to her. We are Katti and she didn’t even tell me. Told her it’s not personal bro!”

Kangana was accorded Y-plus security by the Union Home Ministry, as her controversy with Shiv Sena leader Sanjay Raut heated up. The actor took to Twitter to thank Home Minister Amit Shah. In a tweet written in Hindi, she said, “This proves that a patriot’s voice cannot be crushed by fascists. I am grateful to Amit Shah, if he wanted, he could have advised me to go to Mumbai after a few days but he respected a daughter of India, protected her pride and self-respect. Jai Hind.”

After the actress compared Mumbai to Pakistan-occupied Kashmir, Sanjay Raut hit back in an editorial. Commenting upon the Sushant Singh Rajput death case, Kangana had said she was scared about living in Mumbai. Her comments upset MP Raut, who announced that he will not allow her to set foot in Maharashtra.

Previously, Kubbra had reported Kangana’s Twitter account, back when it was operated by her team. On August 10, Kubbra had tweeted that she would support the suspension of Kangana’s account. “Yah! I would passionately support this suspension. It would be grand if @TwitterIndia sees it too. Today was the only day the handle shared something positive, which is a rarity. But now, enough no?” she’d written.

Kangana’s team had responded, sharing a picture of the actor with Kubbra: “Dear @KubbraSait you and Kangana have shared a lot as friends as colleagues which can be called positive, what damage has she done to you that you are campaigning against her freedom of speech? What is bothering you? Or you just want to please a few?”

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