Actress Shruti Seth has again pointed the finger at Prime Minister Narendra Modi and his government, this time questioning the expenditure incurred on sending out SMSes on the International Yoga Day.
According to some news reports, the total cost of Yoga Day text messages was Rs 15.87 crore. Seth posted a report link on Twitter with a caption: "The priorities of government spending. Nice! I really want to hear how this will be justified/defended (sic)".
The post received mixed response as some supported Seth while many others countered with few of them even using abusive words. It must be recalled that Seth was heavily trolled a few days ago on Twitter after she questioned Modi's "Selfie With Daughter" campaign.
Her past tweet read "A Selfie is not a device to bring about change, Mr PM", as she also urged Modi to be "more than just a photograph".
The actress was bombarded with posts in reaction and a lot of abusive words on the social networking site. Although she received support from some, it was the abusive tweets that made her trend for the entire day.
Seth eventually deleted her tweet, but said that she stood by her words. She even received threatening tweets, but refused to take police protection.
The actress is making news once again through her latest micro-blogging post targeting Modi that has already received a lot of counter comments.