New Delhi: Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal said on Saturday that the immediate focus of the Delhi Government is to provide the quantity of jobs while the quality of employment will be improved later. The Minister was responding to the media query of his government’s promise to create 20 lakh jobs in the next five years during the presentation of budget 2022-23 in the Delhi assembly today. While the government promised to create a significant number of jobs, the schemes proposed for the task suggested that most of the employment will be generated in the informal sector. Kejriwal said that the economy is in extremely bad shape and the current demand is the immediate creation of employment, irrespective of organised or un-organised sector. “Our economy is in very bad shape and people from lower strata of the society are suffering the most. Our current focus is to provide the quantity of jobs irrespective in the organised and organised sector. We will improve the quality of employment as well,” he stated. Speaking further, Delhi CM said that unemployment and inflation are the two major issues the country is facing currently and his government’s budget for 2022-23 addresses both issues efficiently. He also announced his government’s target to nearly half of Delhi’s population fit for jobs into employment. “Of the 1.68 crores employable population in Delhi, only 33% are currently employed. We promise to increase this figure by 12% in the coming 5 years. Around 45% of those who are fit for jobs will be employed,” he added. Delhi government presented its budget for FY 2022-23 with a massive outlay of Rs 75,800 crores. The government has called the budget as “Rozgaar Budget”.