Soon after Finance Minister Nirmala Sitharaman’s Budget 2021 speech in the Parliament on February 1 started. Twitter flooded with Budget 2021 Memes. The #Budget2021 and #IncomeTax are on the top trends on Twitter. People who don’t belong to the commerce field didn’t understand much of the speech.
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Why Twitter is flooded with Budget 2021 Memes?
As we all know the internet is packed with surprising stuff. Twitter and Instagram users started posting memes about the budget for 2021. It is true that most of the stuff goes over our heads people stating making fun of it. Also, the mainstream media in India is not going to cover it in detail. Nowadays it’s common that netizens will create memes on every trending thing.
Where the Budget 2021 Memes are Focused?
Most of the memes posted by netizens on Twitter and Instagram were focused on making fun of the speech and face expiration of other positions during the speech. Rahul Gandhi was mostly included in the memes. Alongside Bollywood actors like Ajay Devgan, Divyendu Sharma, and Akshay Kumar were also included. Budget memes also include the Hindi film scene. Additionally, these budget memes are also based on the middle-class section’s response to the Budget.
Funny Budget Memes of 2021
Here are some of the most liked and shared Budget memes of this year.
— Devendra (@deven_zip) February 1, 2021
— Nisarg Jani (@Nisrg_jani) February 1, 2021
Finance minister present the Union budget for 2021-22 today.
Commerce students:- pic.twitter.com/7IYqcO32ET
— Prince Prabhakar (@Prince_P007) February 1, 2021
— Niranjan Avasthi (@avasthiniranjan) January 31, 2021
My commerce friends are talking about #Budget2021
— ѕнιναм уα∂αν 👾➿ (@sarcasm_mansion) February 1, 2021
— SantoS (@WilliamsBReady) January 30, 2021
— Godman Chikna (@Madan_Chikna) February 1, 2021
— Roman Empire (@RomanEm73754515) February 1, 2021
— رومانا (@RomanaRaza) February 1, 2021
— Bhole chature (@Bhole6ture) February 1, 2021
#Budget2021 is getting the under way
1- Middle-class people
2- Corporates pic.twitter.com/Py3u2QVCJI
— Raghav Masoom (@comedibanda) February 1, 2021
Middle class family : hamare liye bhi.. pic.twitter.com/VP2rHHyTaA
— Radian⚡R D 📖 (@imramdyal) February 1, 2021
— Tweetera🐦 (@DoctorrSays) February 1, 2021
— Akarshan Jaiswal (@Akarshanj_) February 1, 2021
So guys here are some of the most loved and shared Budget 2021 Memes of this year.