#TaxpayerswithJNU trending on Twitter: thumbs down to temples, statues and foreign travel
Apparently in response to TV debates on why taxpayers’ money should not be spent on subsidising higher education and JNU, tax payers are tweeting their support to public education
I am a tax payer, i want my money to be utilized as subsidised education, recovery loans of farmers, cheap healthcare and pollution control. I am not paying for leisure life and travelling fund of ruling party. My tax is not for some 182m statue.
The govt. is aiming for 5 trillion economy- Steps taken in this regard- 1.Ram mandir 2. Selling Air aindia 3. Raising JNU fees People pay taxes for subsidized education, healthcare and not statues and temples
I am a taxpayer, I do not want anyone in my tax money wearing a suit of 10lac to beg him to vote as a fakir. I do not want anyone to make self-promotion by making exercise videos for my tax money and to go abroad to campaign for Trump also.
I m a student of tiss, Mumbai .my course fee is 2,50,000.i have no father and my mother is house wife .. can u pay my fee..how can I get quality education.. Bhai I want jnu ..I want justice
I am a tax payer and education should be free/ affordable to all.
Hello. I'm a Tax payer and I believe that the govt should progressively move towards making education (and health) free for all and not the other way round. I stand with the demands of JNU students.
I am a taxpayer and I support the JNU students' struggle for affordable education. I demand that the central govt should spend tax revenues on providing free education to all rather than on statues, cow ambulances & on advertising the PM's face.