Union Budget 2017: 'Everyone is an economist today,' Twitter pokes fun at budget analysis

Arun Jaitley is all set to present the "historic" Union Budget today. The common man is eagerly waiting to see what the govt has in store for them.

Amid the confusion over whether the Finance Minister Arun Jaitley will present the Union Budget or not, after the death of a sitting MP, E Ahamed, people across the nation are eagerly waiting to see what the government has in store for them. Usually, the parliament is adjourned for a day if a sitting MP passes away. But, if reports are to be believed, the budget will be presented as scheduled.

It is for the first time in Indian history that the Union Budget is being presented along with Rail budget in Parliament. There will be no separate Rail Budget from this year, as it has been merged with the General Budget. Meanwhile, Twitter has rupted with reactions, with some expressing what they are expecting of the budget while some exhibiting the most natural reactions from a common man’s perspective. Have a look:

Both Houses will have a month-long recess from February 10 to March 8 for the Standing Committees to consider the Demands for Grants of Ministries and Departments and prepare their reports.