Swara Bhasker, Dia Mirza thank Mumbai Police after Kangana says metropolis looks like 'Pakistan occupied Kashmir'

by Jeremy Spirogis
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Swara Bhasker and Dia Mirza have thanked Mumbai Police for preserving them protected& 

After taking up her Twitter deal with, which was first managed by her staff, Kangana Ranaut has been fairly energetic. From sharing her opinions in regards to the ongoing investigation of Sushant Singh Rajput’s demise to launching contemporary assaults on varied members of the movie fraternity, Kangana makes positive she does not mince her phrases.

Recently, Kangana targetting the Mumbai Police and questioned them if she would really feel protected within the metropolis. Swara Bhasker has now shared a post in retaliation thanking Mumbai Police for preserving town protected. She shared how as an unbiased working lady who has been staying in Mumbai for a decade feels that it’s the best and most secure metropolis to stay in. 

Tagging Mumbai Police, she thanked them for his or her efforts and repair. Her tweet learn as, “As an outsider, an independent working woman & resident of #Mumbai for the past decade. Just want to say that Bombay is one of easiest & safest cities to live & work in. Thank you  @MumbaiPolice @CPMumbaiPolice for your relentless efforts & service to keep #AamchiMumbai safe.”

Not simply Swara, Dia Mirza, too, shared a tweet mentioning how town stored her protected since she was 19. She wrote, “Mumbai meri Jaan lived and worked here for almost twenty years. Moved here to live on my own at age 19. This city embraced me with open arms and kept me safe. A cosmopolitan, inclusive, diverse, beautiful city.”
 

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Earlier today, replying to Kangana, who’s in Manali, Shiv Sena’s Sanjay Raut urged the actress to not come again and that her tweets had been an insult to the Mumbai Police. In response to the identical, Kangana shared that the chief had given her an ‘open risk’ by asking her to not come again. She additional wrote, “…after Aazadi graffitis in Mumbai streets and now open threats, why Mumbai is feeling like Pakistan occupied Kashmir?”

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