ISLAMABAD The National Assembly Standing Committee on Sports will meet on Wednesday (today) here at the Parliament House to discuss the poor performance of Pakistan cricket team in the recently-concluded series against Australia. Pakistan lost the three-match Test series 3-0 and five-match One Day International (ODI) rubber 5-0. The meeting will be presided over by its chairman Member National Assembly Jamshed Dasti in which the members of committee will also examine the declining standard of squash in the country. The top officials of the Pakistan Squash Federation (PSF) have been asked to attend the important meeting. A source told The Nation here on Tuesday that the Committee would likely demand resignation from chairman Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) Ijaz Butt after dismal show of the national team against the world champions. The source that Ijaz Butt should follow the example of his pervious chairmen Lt Gen (retd) Tauqir Zia and Dr Nasim Ashraf. Tauqir resigned from his post when Pakistan team was bundled for just 56 runs against Australia at Sharja and Nasim Ashraf resigned from chairmanship when Pakistan team could not qualify for the second round of the World Cup 2007, he maintained. He said both resignations were not accepted. However, morally Butt should also follow the same lines and accept the responsibility. The Committee has summoned chairman PCB Ijaz Butt, Chief Operating Officer PCB Wasim Bari and former cricketer Javed Miandad to discuss the issues. The House has also asked top officials of the PSF to join the meeting to analyse the declining standard of squash. The Standing Committee has also invited former top players of the world Jahangir Khan and Jansher Khan to attend the meeting and put suggestions for the promotion of the game. Meanwhile, Jamshed Dasti said that the Standing Committee was a constitutional body and it would play its role for the promotion of sports. Talking to reporters here at Diamond cricket ground he said, Our aim is settle the affairs of the PCB, he added. He further said that the President was also willing to streamline the working of the board. The Committee will ensure the implementation of its decisions. We do not want to criticise someone personally, however, we want to improve the affairs of the game, he viewed. Later, former Test cricketer Javed Maindad said that he was not taken in confidence about any decision of the board. The Committee has invited me and I will tell the members of committee everything clearly. The PCB did not take a single proposal from me, he said. Responding to a question, he said that he was wishing to work in the board actively. I may fix things in just six months if I am given a chance, he added. This is time to take important decisions to save the game. If I fail to deliver in six month, I will resign from my post, he said.