The government is working towards reducing the number of cases pending before various courts through initiatives like e-courts, Union Law Minister Salman Khurshid said on Thursday.
"We have set up e-courts, through which fast tracking of cases can be done. However, more e-courts are to be set up in the near future," he said inaugurating a library at Saket district court.
"In the next two-three years we can see a difference in the pendency of cases before the various court in India [ Images ]," the law minister said.
He promised more funds and better infrastructure to the lawyers for developing legal skills. "During my tenure as a law minister, I will try to give more and more funds for development of the legal fraternity so that lawyers develop more and more skill," he said.
The programme was attended by Delhi [ Images ] high court Acting Chief Justice A K Sikri, Justice B D Ahmed and Saket court District Judge R K Gauba.