The Aam Aadmi Party government had last month presented its budget and named it 'Rozgar Budget' as it aimed at giving 20 lakh jobs in next five years.
He also announced a health helpline number and an e-health card to ease out the process of seeking medical help and appointments for patients.
The government will provide land to the cloud kitchen with plug and play facilities and also ease their licensing process.
Some traders welcomed the initiative while others were not sure how these policies will benefit the existing businesses.
Going by the estimates of Rs 16,278 crore, the education sector continued to get the highest allocation in this year’s budget as well.
The eighth consecutive budget of the AAP government aims to raise the number of employed Delhi residents to 75 lakh in the next five years.
The outlay for year 2022-23 in the health sector is less compared to the allocation (Rs 9,934 crore) in the last budget.
While presenting the budget for financial year 2022-23 in the Assembly, Sisodia said that the Delhi International Film Festival will promote the city's rich culture and diversity.
Deputy Chief Minister Manish Sisodia presented the 'Rozgar Budget' in the Assembly on Saturday with an outlay of Rs 75,800 crore for the financial year 2022-23.
Sisodia presents Rs 75,800 crore 'Rozgar Budget' for Delhi, aims to generate 20 lakh jobs in next five years
The budget size for the financial year 2021-22 was Rs 69,000 crore. The budget size for 2022-23 is 9.86 per cent higher than the previous year.
Delhi government had earlier invited feedback from people for preparing the budget and received over 5,700 suggestions that included the creation of a new special economic zone among others.
The Delhi government had sought suggestions from Delhiites for the Budget 2022-23, recognising them as partners and stakeholders in the progress of the city.
Delhi government received 5,500 suggestions for its budget for 2022-23, for which suggestions had been sought from the public so as to make it a participatory exercise, officials said.
According to officials, a resident, impressed by the education system developed by the AAP government, called for a similar facility for adults too.
Deputy Chief Minister Manish Sisodia claimed that the national capital's share in the central taxes continues to be frozen for past 21 years to Rs 325 crore.
For its Swaraj Budget, the government has sought feedback from people on how to boost the economy, expand trade and business and increase the income of Delhiites, among other issues.
Upcoming budget to acknowledge damages caused by successive waves of pandemic