ISLAMABAD - To restore the dwindling trust of the Muttahida Qoumi Movement in coalition govt, which has already left the Federal Cabinet, Pakistan People's Party has decided to defer the decision to revive the old administrative system at district level (commissionrate system) in Sindh province for the time being. The Sindh government was all set to table a bill in the Sindh Assembly to revert back to the old administrative system on Jan 7. This system of governance was replaced by the new administrative set-up introduced under the new District Govt System introduced by Gen (Retd) Pervez Musharraf under the devolution of power plan. Sources in the Pakistan People's Party informed TheNation that party's Co-Chairman President Asif Zardari has already constituted a two-member committee comprising Federal Interior Minister Rehman Malik and Sindh Chief Minister Syed Qaim Ali Shah, to address to the grievances of MQM both at federal and provincial level. Sources further said that in his conversation with Governor Sindh Ishratul Ibaad President Asif Ali Zardari said that government would meet all the genuine demands of MQM and in this connection the PPP team would be meeting with the MQM leadership today (Wednesday). Sources further said that as a confidence building measure the Sindh government decision to table the bill regarding reverting back to the commissionrate system in the province was dropped.