ISLAMABAD- The government in principle has decided to reinstate thousands of sacked employees of National Commission for Human Development, bringing an end to two months old controversy.    Planning Commission sources told TheNation that a Special Committee on National Commission for Human Development has in principle taken a decision that the government would not roll back the Commission and give a year extension to all sacked employees, ranging between 20, 000 to 30,000.  However, the employees are quoting the number at 80,000. The government fired the first batch of the employees in July and the remaining workers were shown the doors in August. Chairman of the NCHD, Dr Nasim Ashraf has already resigned from his position due to differences with the new democratic political setup. The former Chairman was considered a close buddy of former President General retired Pervez Musharraf. Dr Ashraf was also in limelight due to alleged corruption in accounts of the Commission. A meeting of the Special Committee on National Commission for Human Development (NCHD) was held in the Planning Commission. Faryal Talpur, Member National Assembly from Sindh, chaired the Special Committee meeting. The Special Committee agreed to form a Finance Committee to look into financial matters of the Universal Primary Education. "The government does not want to roll back the Primary Education system, run by the NCHD", said the sources. The primary task of the Finance Committee would be to scrutinize expenditure of Feeder School Teachers along with its operational and managerial expenditures.  The Finance Committee will also work out the total budget requirement that will be submitted in the next meeting of the Special Committee, scheduled to be held on September 13, 2008. It is likely the government will release funds for the NCHD during third week of September, said the sources. The Planning Commission had constituted a special committee, giving it the task too review PC-I of NCHD's four years programme and take all stakeholders into confidence before deciding the further of the NCHD. The special committee consists of Parliamentarians, key government officials and members of Planning Commission. The Special Committee meeting was earlier schedule to be held on September 15 but the government decided to hold it at the earliest due to the urgency of the matter. Thousands of sacked workers of the NCHD were continuously building up pressure on the government by staging peaceful demonstrations across the country. The Special Committee reviewed the programs of the NCHD and it was agreed that the programs on primary education would be focused more effectively keeping in view National and International commitment for Universal Primary Education. Online  adds: A  meeting of the Special Committee on National Commission for Human Development (NCHD) was held on Monday with MNA Faryal Talpur in the chair at Planning Commission. The Committee reviewed the programmes of NCHD and it was agreed that the programmes on primary education would be focused more effectively keeping in view our national and international commitment for universal primary education. The committee also emphasised the importance of adult literacy and agreed that it would be managed in a holistic manner through an integrated approach. After detailed discussion it was agreed to set up a Finance Committee to look into the expenditure of Feeder School teachers along with its operational and managerial expenditures.