It's the season of photobombing everywhere. Sidelining the popular faces, insignificant people grab the limelight. And with the help of social media users, these pictures go viral in no time. The recent photo to have caught the attention of the internet is from today's interim Budget. While an interview of the Minister of State for Civil Aviation, Jayant Sinha outside Parliament was being aired on national television, a girl photobombed the telecast surprising everyone.
She did not stop there, the girl stuck her tongue out like blepping leaving social media in splits. As the photo went viral, Twitterati created more memes and jokes out of it. Some even compared her to Fiji water girl Kelleth Cuthbert who gave perfect poses for the camera while celebrities were being photographed at Golden Globes 2018. Budget 2019: Piyush Goyal Rejigs Tax Slab, Rolls-Out Income Support Scheme For Farmers, Here’s How Politicians React.
Here is the tweet of a girl photobombing Jayant Sinha:
The kid won the day. https://t.co/2xMtIrkK0M
— Mandar Kagade (@MandarKagade) February 1, 2019
People commented saying that girl grabbed the limelight from Budget 2019 and other important issues. Some said that that's how the middle class reacted after the budget was presented in the Parliament.
That kid represents #Budget2019
— RAMSUNG - Made in UP (@SayItWithTweet) February 1, 2019
She is already!
this kid going rock on social media sooooooooooon.😀😀😀
— Deepak Rana (@DeepakR85680) February 1, 2019
.... Soon she'll break the records of Billion likes #Egg 🥚🤣
— Sandeep / Sandy 🇮🇳 (@san_deepk) February 1, 2019
While some said her reaction was that of leaders from the Opposition, others said that's how people would react to the budget once it is presented.
— हेमन्त कुशवाहा (@kush_vds) February 1, 2019
Meanwhile, in the budget, the government announced a full tax rebate for individuals with annual income up to Rs 5 lakh. Those with gross income up to Rs 6.5 lakh need not pay any tax if they make investments in provident funds and prescribed equities. The budget also had a financial package for farmers, the Pradhan Mantri Kisan Samman Nidhi scheme, under which each farmer will be given Rs 6000 every year. A total of Rs 75,00croresre has been allocated for the scheme.