ISLAMABAD - The Chairman of the National Commission for Human Development, Dr Nasim Ashraf would soon quit from his office and with the induction of a new chairman, government would release funds to the Commission, the reliable sources told TheNation. "The arrangements are being made by the government with consultation of NCHD officials that after the resignation of Dr Nasim Asharaf, funds will be released to the Commission," they added. While talking to TheNation, Media Advisor Chairman NCHD Amir Bilal confirmed that Chairman was ready to quit from his office. He further said that it was hoped that with the nomination of new chairman, the government would release funds to NCHD and its dead operations would once again start. The deadline of 80,000 NCHD sacked employees has come nearer, as only one week has left for their termination, but still government could not finalise future strategy regarding the Commission. The high-ups of the NCHD are seeking alternative opportunity for themselves, leaving their poor employees in the lurch.   TheNation has learnt that sacked employees of the NCHD are not happy with the silence of their high officials. The employees were expecting them to organise countrywide protests and would challenge the decision of the government into the courts. But such arrangements could not execute by the NCHD officials, which they earlier had claimed in their meeting with more than 90 General Managers of the NCHD. In the said meeting it was unanimously decided that while the government would be approached yet again for the provision of required funds, NCHD must remain legally and financially. There is strong perception among the NCHD workers that government had assured the Commission office bearers that it would facilitate them in some other departments if they avoid creating tension for the government. The authentic sources revealed that there was a plan of the PPP government to sack the Commission once and then after sometime start it with a new name. The sources added that in this way the incumbent government would succeed to induct new employees of its own choice. However, Chief Finance Officer of the NCHD, Zulfiqar Ahmad is still optimistic regarding the government response.