The ongoing war of words between Kangana Ranaut and the political party Shiv Sena's leader Sanjay Raut has been grabbing the headlines. The actress was slammed by the political leader after she stated Mumbai being unsafe after Sushant Singh Rajput’s death and compared Mumbai to PoK and Taliban. After which she was advised by Raut not to return to the bay. However, the actress gave out an open challenge to people who threatened her, by giving her travel details of returning to the bay on September 9, 2020.
Now as per reports in CNN News 18, it was reported that the actress will be home quarantined as per BMC guidelines at her Mumbai residence. Reports also revealed that a home quarantined stamp will be put on her hand as soon as she lands in Mumbai. As per ANI News, the actress and her sister had medical officials at their Manali residence in order to test the sibling duo for COVID-19. Also, the actress has been provided Y-Plus security at her Manali residence which will also be travelling with her to Mumbai.
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Though the country has announced Unlock phase with many industries resuming to work, with ongoing COVID-19 pandemic, people travelling in and out of the country and within the country are required country undergo medical tests and maintain social distancing, followed by self-isolation for 14 days in order to curtail further spread of the Novel Coronavirus. ALSO READ: Shiv Sena Leader Sanjay Raut Defends His 'Haramkhor Ladki' Remark On Kangana Ranaut; Says He Never Threatened Her
Besides this, the Queen actress’ office in Mumbai has also come under the radar, with reports claiming her office being built in the residential premises and inquiry for the same being done by BMC officials. ALSO READ: Kangana Ranaut Provided Y+ Security Ahead Of Her Travel To Mumbai; Former Mumbai CM Devendra Fadnavis Agrees With The Decision
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