ISLAMABAD President Asif Ali Zardari is not happy with the performance of the national team in the recently concluded series against Australia, said Federal Minister of Sports Mir Aijaz Hussain Jakhrani while giving briefing to Senate Standing Committee on Sports here on Thursday. He informed the house that he met with the President the other day and discussed various issue with him including cricket. The amendments in the Pakistan Cricket Boards constitution also came under discussion. President, who is also Patron-in-Chief of the PCB, was worried about the teams performance, he further said. I gave detailed briefing to the President about the 16 amendments in the constitution and told him that Chairman PCB Ijaz Butt and Chief Operating Officer (COO) Wasim Bari were present in the meeting in which we decided to make amendments in the PCBs constitution. Butt had written a letter to the President that he was not aware of the new amendments, he maintained. Parliamentarians to meet Zardari to seek Butt ouster The National Standing Committee on Sports Thursday unanimously decided to call on President Asif Ali Zardari and inform him of the poor state of affairs in the Pakistan Cricket Board. The Committee met here at the Parliament House on Thursday with Jamshed Dasti in the. Dasti said that bureaucracy was not cooperating with the committee and the system was also supportive to bureaucrats. Sports is the main problem of the country at this time because our youth is not availing opportunities to excel in sports. We are facing terrorism and we should bring new generation towards sports to display the soft image of Pakistan in the world through sports, he added. We will brief the President about cricket affairs. We will tell him that the recommendations of the committee were not being followed by bureaucracy. All members of the committee will jointly write a letter to the President to seek time for the meeting, he added. Earlier, Senior Vice President of Pakistan Squash Federation (PSF) Asim Suleman gave a detailed presentation to the members of committee about the performance of the federation. Secretary PSF Irfan Asghar was also present in the meeting. The Committee asked office-bearers of the federation to settle the issues of players with the consultation of the Pakistan Sports Board (PSB) and the Ministry of Sports. The PSF is providing all facilities to our players for training and abroad trips for international competitions. Aamir took part in the 10 international events with the full support of federation, Asim told the committee. We have set the targets for the players and we provide full support to our national players. Our players are employed in different departments including Zari Taraqiati Bank Limited. We are getting Rs.1.6 million annual grant from the PSB, which is not enough to meet our financial challenges. The Federation is making its best efforts to get the sponsorship for the players to run the affairs, he said.