#TaxesAccheHain: Mahindra Mutual Funds asks your opinion
Ahead of the Union Budget which will be presented on Wednesday February 1, Mahindra Mutual Funds started a conversation on Twitter with the hashtag ‘Taxes Acche Hain.’
The budget is expected to reveal insights on the much awaited Goods and Service Tax (GST) regime.
Mahindra’s hashtag trended on the micro-blogging websites’ Mumbai trends on Monday with a total of 4,470 tweets in just two days.
The company began the conversation with a tweet that said, “#TaxesAccheHain – Some agree, some don’t but everyone has a right to opinion.”
— Mahindra Mutual Fund (@MahindraMF) January 30, 2017
A mixture between the slogan for the Bharatiya Janta Party’s 2014 election campaign and Surf Excel’s tagline ‘Daag ache hain,’ garnered twitteratis’ attention and their opinions were as follows.
Saying #TaxesAccheHain is like saying vegans are better than vegetarians. It's a neverending debate IMHO & the decision swings either way
— Lakshya (@Lakshyaz) January 29, 2017
— Kurshid (@Kurshidxx) January 29, 2017
I consume/purchase, i pay Tax on everything so why do I still need to pay tax on my income? #TaxesAccheHain
— #BeYou (@ankitlunia2011) January 30, 2017
2016-17 GDP Growth has been propped up by government consumption. GST & Demonetization accrue long term benefits for India. #TaxesAccheHain
— Kshitij (@Kshitij101) January 29, 2017
My Taxes go in supporting another state that has nothing to do with me!
Then Why I Need To Pay Tax #TaxesAccheHain
— *Uncle Ji* (@Hitler_uncle) January 30, 2017
— Shruti Poojary (@poojari_shruti) January 30, 2017
— Being Akbar (@Being_Akbar) January 30, 2017
— Ranjan Poojari (@ranjan_poojari) January 30, 2017
— Free A Billion (@freeabillion) January 30, 2017
— Rahul (@CricRahul1) January 30, 2017
— Kulsum Bano (@KulsumBano_) January 30, 2017
— Devarsi Ghosh (@devarsighosh) January 30, 2017
What the heck is #TaxesAccheHain ??!??!!
— udAsIn-nirmalA (@Malwa_Jatt) January 30, 2017
— Purana Sanyasi (@lukkha_spartan) January 30, 2017