India’s Finance Minister Nirmala Sitaraman will be presenting the Union Budget the Financial Year 2021-22 on Sunday, February 1st. With Prime Minister Narendra Modi speaking at the start of the session, the expectations are high. Netizens on Twitter have thoughts, opinions and hopes for what the new budget will entail. Let’s take a look at some of them.
I am hoping on Monday in the #Budget2021 session our honourable FM ji will announce simplification of GST, along-with extension of GSTR9 & 9C for FY 2019-20.
We will ever be indebted.@cbic_india @FinMinIndia
— CA Nitin Nayak 🇮🇳 (@CANitinNayak) January 30, 2021
#Budget2020 allocated 0.8% for Dalit women and 0.34% for Adivasi women from the total eligible Centrally Sponsored Schemes and Central Sector Schemes. This highlights the long-term policy neglect on marginalized women.
We demand adequate resources in #Budget2021!@DalitRights pic.twitter.com/w6KCIBKL6W
— Pri | پرینکا | (@PriyankaSamy) January 30, 2021
Rashtrapati bhavan…. should have addressed lakhs of farmers protesting against farm laws before addressing the parliament and the nation .#Budget2021
— GARIMA (@JeeGarimaa) January 30, 2021
Budget on Monday.
Last year market fell drastically after the budget.
This year market fell before the #Budget2021 heavily.
Is there any similarity in the pattern of event!!🙏🇮🇳#Nifty
— SK SINGH (@SKSINGH194) January 30, 2021
This would be the best budget in last 100 years. Let's hope it could be helpful and beneficial for all Indian's, specially middle man.#Budget2021 #BudgetSession #NirmalaSitharaman #Modi https://t.co/ru1ODD0tBs
— Nayneesh Deewan (@111_deewan) January 30, 2021
India's tech industry has emerged as a strong outlier in the crisis. With growth n jobs back, the industry is leading India's recovery. We do hope that #Budget2021 will give us the needed clarifications and support to accelerate the growth trajectory further. @Nasscom pic.twitter.com/0kLPsaCZAg
— debjani ghosh (@debjani_ghosh_) January 28, 2021
Our only motive is to make life of every tax payer and professional easy. The way compliance levels have increased is creating nuisance in each and everyone's life.
There is no ease of doing business left.#GSTAmnesty#ProtestsForTaxReforms #Budget2021
Provide relief 🙏🏻
— Ankita sisodia (@AnkSisodia) January 29, 2021
— Priyaranjan (@priyaranjanTD) January 30, 2021
Finally, this user sums up what all of us are collectively feeling:
— SantoS (@WilliamsBReady) January 30, 2021