LAHORE - The Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) on Monday came under a scathing attack from one of its former chiefs who said the board has adopted double standards in dealing with fast bowler Shoaib Akhtar. Khalid Mehmood, a former PCB chairman, claimed Shoaib to be unfit and felt youngsters should have got a look-in instead of the 33-year-old bowler. "It is quite apparent that Shoaib is no more capable of playing for Pakistan but still the PCB is persisting with him instead of bringing younger bowlers," said Mehmood. "It seems that the Board lacks the will and determination to take our cricket forward. There is confusion and lack of confidence within the PCB set-up." Pakistan on Monday included Shoaib Akhtar in its 15-man squad for the One-day series against Australia to be played in Dubai and Abu Dhabi from April 22-May 7. Shoaib, 33, was previously sidelined as a spent force but made a comeback in the Pakistan team after 'proving' his fitness. Mehmood also lambasted PCB over the terrorist attack on the Sri Lankan cricket team in Lahore last month. He pointed out that the Sri Lankan cricketers came to Pakistan at a time when no other team was interested in visiting this country because of security apprehensions but even then they were given minimal security cover. "The Sri Lankan cricketers were given an improper security cover and for that the PCB, being the host board, is also responsible," he said.