What is India tweeting on Union Budget 2015?

|February 28, 2015 0
Lets see what the nation has to say after the budget

BANGALORE, INDIA: Well with the Union Budget just getting over, lets see what the nation has to say and if it made their day or just was another Saturday.

Our Prime Minister tweets, “FM @arunjaitley must be congratulated for this pro-poor, pro-growth, pro-middle class, pro-youth & paradigm shifting Budget.”

Rajnath Singh, Home Minister, tweets, “The Union Budget has mapped a target of providing Visa on arrival to 150 countries in stages. The MHA is well positioned to achieve this goal.

CII India tweets, Government to raise infrastructure investment by $11.3mn.”

Cvvamsi tweets, ” Union Budget are always a disappointment to the salaried class. Union Budget 2015 is no exception, where are the acche din.”

Vivek Sinha tweets, “A company big or small needs to be strengthened so that they can create more job opportunities for young Graduates.”

Sadhavi Khosla Dalai tweets, My 10 on 10. Pro Poor, Pro Industry, Pro Development & Equal empowerment of all states.”

Naman Wadhawan tweets, BJP trying and spending hard to prove its a very good budget by promoting Budget4MI on Twitter Wah, Wah lolz.”

Mixed responses from the common public on Twitter, hope the budget proves itself and does well for the nation in the coming days.

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