Finance minister Nirmala Sitharaman’s comment on the millennial connection to the auto industry crisis has opened up a whole new area of humour for the Indian internet.
Millenial bashing has finally arrived in the country.
On Tuesday, Sitharaman said a change in the “mindset of millennials” to not commit to EMIs for buying automobiles and using Ola, Uber or the metro instead was one of the factors contributing to the auto sector’s current crisis.
This person offered an alternative to shift blame 👇🏽.
No Rohit Shetty film in 2019 is the reason behind slowdown in auto industry: Nirmala#BoycottMillennials— Riccky W (@ricckyw) September 11, 2019
But millennials are seized of the power they wield and are determined to use it for no good.
thanks nirmala for helping us realise the source of our political power https://t.co/J384u3hpZl— 👁 e-kanya 👁 (@s_k_ny__d_b) September 11, 2019
Now, every industry must quake in its boots as they set their eyes on taking down the country’s economy.
Nirmala Ji forget to tell that the Indian agriculture sector is also going through a recession because today's generation has left rice and dal roti and started eating Chinese and Italian food. #BoycottMillennials— Ujwal Latkar (@UjwalLatkar) September 11, 2019
Aviation industry is facing slowdown because millennials just saw the Aladdin remake and switched to flying carpets.#SayItLikeNirmalaTai— Shaantanu Singh 🔰 (@singh_shaantanu) September 10, 2019
Millennials don’t wash jeans for a week and consequently sales of Surf Excel is down #boycottmillenials— dsaurabh (@kingwithin) September 10, 2019
According to Nirmala Sitharaman's school of economics, if you're exercising and eating well and taking care of your health, you will be held responsible for the declining profits and job losses in the...