After Swara Bhasker, Kubbra Sait reacts to Kangana Ranaut getting Y-plus security cover, asks “Is it going out of my taxes?”

The Union Home Ministry providing actress Kangana Ranaut with a Y-plus security cover, ahead of her visit to Mumbai, has grabbed many eyeballs. The latest one to react to the same is none other than Kubbra Sait.

Taking to her Twitter handle, Kubbra Sait wrote, ‘Just checking, is it going out my taxes?’ Kubbra was recently blocked on Twitter by Kangana. She’d reacted to the development by tweeting in shock, “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!”

Check out the tweet here:

Just checking, is it going out my taxes?

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Recently, a Twitter user had suggested Swara take security, following the threats she receives on social media almost every day. However, Swara replied to her by saying, ‘Thank uuuuu Nazma but no.. I’d rather that taxpayers money be used for real issues.. like development.. or malnutrition.’

Check out the tweet here:

🙂 🙂 🙂 Thank uuuuu Nazma but no.. I’d rather that taxpayers money be used for real issues.. like development.. or malnutrition. 🙏🏽🙏🏽🤓🤓

If any actress deserves Y security than it would be Swara Bhaskar, who receives the vilest and most vulgar threats on her timeline on a regular basis. Even verified BJP trolls don’t desist from making vulgar comments on her. But then ideology matters!

After engaging in a war of words with Shiv Sena MP Sanjay Raut, Kangana had asked for security, citing threat to her life. The actress had compared Mumbai to Pakistan occupied Kashmir. Condemning her statement, Raut had stated that he will not let her set foot in Maharashtra.

After the union Home Ministry granted her Y-plus protection, she took to her social micro-blogging site and wrote, ‘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.’