No court case in Delhi should go on for more than six months, said Delhi's Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal on Tuesday, adding that his government will ensure adequate funding for speedy disposal of cases. .The Chief Minister (CM) was speaking at the inauguration ceremony of the Delhi High Court's newly built 'S' Block building."Let us make Delhi a pilot project. No case in Delhi should go on for more than 6 months. However much funding is needed for this, my government will ensure that this funding is given. We want this pilot project to be an ideal (one) for the entire country and the world," he said. .In his speech, the CM said that the Delhi government with its limited resources has increased the funding for judiciary from ₹500 crores to ₹1500 crores"If the funding of the judiciary is not independent how will the judiciary be independent," he asked..On a lighter note he said, "Delhi ke courtrooms dekh ke film directors ko apne sets badalne padenge (directors will have to change their film sets after seeing courtrooms in Delhi)."