Tweet From Handle Set Up To Answer GST-Related Questions Has Many Amused

In May, the government set up an official Twitter handle to answer questions related to the new Goods and Services Tax (GST). But it's a cryptic tweet, now deleted, that got the Internet's attention today.

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Tweet From Handle Set Up To Answer GST-Related Questions Has Many Amused

This tweet from a verified government handle set up to answer GST-related queries had Twitter amused

In May, the government set up an official Twitter handle to answer questions related to the new Goods and Services Tax (GST). But it's a cryptic tweet, now deleted, that got the Internet's attention on Saturday. The tweet, a simple "No," was presumably a typo while responding to a query but thanks to Twitter, it quickly became a meme. The tweet had many people thinking up laugh-out-loud funny questions, wondering what the "no" might be in response to.
 
It took minutes for the typo to become a meme:
  
The Internet had lots of questions:     
And there was more than one GIF that made it to the comments thread:
  
Oops!
 

More proof that "Think before you tweet" is the new "Look before you leap" - a lesson author Chetan Bhagat recently learnt the hard way

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