Today was an important day of the year as the Union Budget 2020 was presented by the Finance Minister of India, Nirmala Sitharaman. The major highlight of the budget is the new income tax slabs but the government has given an option to the citizens, they can either choose to continue with the old tax rates with exemption or can opt for the new tax rates in which the exemptions are not provided.
As per the Finance Minister, Union Budget 2020 is focused on three points – improving the standards of living, economic development for each section and a caring society. The Finance Minister has also called the Goods and Service Tax (GST) as a historic reform in the Indian tax regime. Nirmala Sitharaman emphasized on the need of making compliances easy to fulfill for the startups too.
Every person tries to find out what this budget has for him and after the 2.5 hours long speech of the Finance Minister, the micro-blogging site Twitter is flooded with reactions. While some expressed their happiness or annoyance, there were some who felt that the speech was unnecessarily long and compared it with Sajid Khan’s movie. Here are some of the selected reactions:
Middle class people trying to understand #Budget2020 . pic.twitter.com/LVp4vOrfVf
— Hunटरर (@nickhunterr) February 1, 2020
Nirmala Sitharaman talking about government’s achievements #BudgetSession2020 pic.twitter.com/wOsKn4GPR6
— Sir Yuzvendra (parody) (@SirYuzvendra) February 1, 2020
*Rahul Gandhi trying to understand the Budget* pic.twitter.com/uIrkC4294Z
— Ashutosh Singh (@ashusarcastic) February 1, 2020
1. Indians before budget speech.
2. Indians after budget speech.#Budget2020 pic.twitter.com/4G9WD2BIaQ
— Nirmala Tai Halwe wali (@Vishj05) February 1, 2020
Income Tax slabs over the years#Budget2020 #BudgetSession2020 #NirmalaSitaraman pic.twitter.com/RIDt3ykkVQ
— Siddharth Patni (@aageSeLeftLelo) February 1, 2020
Salaried taxpayers waiting for tax cuts be like:#BUDGET2020 pic.twitter.com/0vbG4XGMuC
— VJ (@CA_Hemwani) February 1, 2020
A friend just said “budget chaahe jaisa marzi aa jaye, hum month end tak gareeb ho hi jaayenge”, and it hit me hard. #BudgetSession2020
— Pakchikpak Raja Babu (@HaramiParindey) February 1, 2020
People : Is bar ka #Budget2020 Middle class wala hoga !!
Nirmala : pic.twitter.com/IUiK97hcTg
— Sourabh (@SourabhJainIET) February 1, 2020
The #Budget2020 was a Sajid Khan movie #BudgetSession2020
— HOLLA! (@AshokaHolla) February 1, 2020
#BudgetOnZee #Budget2020 #BudgetSession2020
When tax Rates and you realise
Gets Reduced no deduction will
Be allowed as well pic.twitter.com/4XjvY05Au6
— CUagain (@RECinaction) February 1, 2020
Everybody right now. #Budget2020 pic.twitter.com/U0GVYbe24Z
— अंकित जैन (@indiantweeter) February 1, 2020
Common Man trying to understand #Budget2020 listening to #NirmalaSitharaman’s speech. pic.twitter.com/oXLCjKHp1c
— Godman Chikna (@Madan_Chikna) February 1, 2020
Middle class people checking the budget benefits #Budget2020 pic.twitter.com/oJVhN90lIF
— Aishthetic ?? (@Badassgirlll) February 1, 2020
New income tax regime #Budget2020 pic.twitter.com/l2QmPyfjWH
— Megha Mandavia (@MeghaMandaviaET) February 1, 2020
New Tax slab … #Budget2020 https://t.co/CGwLmE0coJ pic.twitter.com/uUJE77gbeS
— Mr. Dua (@koolmunddaa) February 1, 2020
The share market doesn’t seem to be happy with the budget as it closed almost 900 points down today. The experts feel that the government has not talked clearly on the matter of dealing with economic slowdown.
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