Law Minister Anisul Huq said that the government of Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina would do everything possible to reduce the backlog of cases in the courts across the country.
“We would adopt all the process available in the world to ease the backlog of cases,” the minister said.
Anisul Huq was talking to reporters after addressing a function to inaugurate the 43rd and the 44th special basic training courses for assistant judges and equivalent judicial officers at Judicial Administration Training Institute (JATI) in the capital.
The law minister said that the President would appoint judges at the High Court Division whenever he would feel its necessity.
“Judges are the main driving force of the judiciary and we are arranging different training courses for them at home and abroad to enhance their efficiency,” he added.
Indicating about hosting two training courses simultaneously, the law minister said that the government had increased the capacity of JATI.
Presided over by JATI Director General Justice Nazmun Ara Sultana, the function was also addressed by Law and Justice Division Secretary Md Golam Sarwer and JATI Director Golam Kibria.