PESHAWAR The Khyber Pakhtunkhwa cabinet meeting approved few amendments for the restoration of Magistracy System and mentioned that after the approval of federal government the system would soon be implemented. Briefing the media men regarding the cabinet meeting here at Chief minister House Annexe, Information minister Mian Iftikhar Hussain informed that provincial government has decided to restore the Magistracy System with few modifications and approval of the amendments through federal government. He said that beside this the cabinet meeting has also decided to recruit grade 11 and grade 14 employees through public service commission while exempted the hotel industry in Kaghan Valley from Bed Taxes for two years. He said this decision would be implemented from July 2010 till to 20 June 2012 while through an ordinance an amendment would be brought for the dwellers of Kaghan, Shogran, Naran and Balakot where most of the people are attached with hotel jobs and industry. He said that with effect of this decision 100 hundred owners of deferent hotel in Kagan valley would be profited. He added that cabinet has also given approval for amendment in Police Ordinance 2002 and in this regard they have considered amendment that would be sent to federal government for final approval. He said that in order to assess Criminal Procedure ode, Chief Minister Ameer Haider Khan Hoti has constituted an expert committee under the chair of former Chief Secretary Azam Khan and the cabinet has approved the suggested amendments of the committee after detailed discussion. He said that presently the police plan was being made after the consultation with District Nazim but after the amendment the police plan would be made after consultation with District Magistrate. He further informed that after this amendment the District Police would be responsible to District Magistrate while concerned DCO would take the final approval of the plan from District Commission, District Magistrate and Provincial Safety Commission. Regarding the Pashtu language, which has been declared as compulsory language by the provincial government, he said that the decision was made by the provincial government to declare it compulsory language after class eight but implementation of this decision has been deferred to next month for detailed deliberation. To a question regarding the alleged involvement of the cricket player in Match Fixing, he replied that the entire nation is denouncing such mean steps on the part of the players and said that these players are playing with the sentiments of the nation. He suggested exemplary punishment for all the involved players in Match Fixing. Mian Iftikhatr also informed that provincial government has also decided to celebrate the upcoming Eid-ul-Fitar with simplicity while Chief Minister Amir Hiader Khan Hoti has vowed to donate his one year salary for the flood affected people. Moreover the provincial minister has also decided to donate their one-month salary for flood-affected people.