ISLAMABAD Chairman Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) Ijaz Butt said on Tuesday that work on the PCBs constitution was almost finalised and there would be no interference of Ministry of Sports in selecting national team for international competitions. Talking to reporters here at Pakistan Sports Board (PSB) after attending the meeting, he said that all 47 points came under discussion in the meeting and all members the had approved them. The power of nomination of the chairman PCB will remain in the hands of the Patron-in-Chief, he asserted. Butt further said that board would be run according to the constitution. All stakeholders have agreed on the constitution draft and it will be implemented to run the affairs of the PCB, he said. Responding to a question, he said that national players performed well against Australia in the opening Twenty 20 fixture. All members of the team were looking keen to overcome the Australians and Afridi led well at the crucial stage of the match, he viewed. The touring selection committee will decide about Shoaib Akhtar. The body language of players showed they were united. Although individual performance of players was not satisfactory, the win was still praiseworthy, he said. Chairman PCB further said that Younus Khan had filed a case against board and he could not be considered until the verdict of the court. Mohammad Yousuf has announced his retirement from international cricket and PCB cannot call back a player who has announced retirement from international cricket, he added. AFP adds: Pakistans cricket chief ruled out Tuesday the imminent return of former captain Younus Khan to the national team, after the players lawyer complained that he had been left out of an England tour. The player failed to make selection for the tour after the PCB refused to clear his name, despite an indefinite ban being overturned last month. Ijaz Butt said Younus and his lawyer Ahmed Qayyum had broken players rules in a subsequent written appeal. Younus and his lawyer have given inappropriate statements. There is a players code of conduct in place and we will not spare anyone who violates the code, Butt told reporters after meeting federal sports minister Ijaz Jakhrani. Younus, 32, was banned indefinitely from the team in March following an inquiry into problems during a tour of United Arab Emirates, New Zealand and Australia. The inquiry committee, which probed Pakistans dismal performances and disciplinary problems, recommended bans for Younus and another former captain, Mohammad Yousuf, over infighting in the team. Five other players - Shoaib Malik, Rana Naved-ul-Hasan, Shahid Afridi, Kamran Akmal and Umar Akmal - were also banned and fined. However, an arbitrator later lifted bans on Younus and Malik and halved the fines. Naveds appeal is still pending, while Yousuf did not appeal and retired from cricket in protest. Butt also ruled out Yousufs return to the team. Meanwhile, Younus told Pakistani media in England that he had no argument with the PCB. I am available to play for Pakistan whenever required, Younus told a television channel in England, where he had featured in the county season. I have no fight with the PCB nor can I think of it. I am a known player because of Pakistan and the PCB. Younus has not played a Test match since the Lahore Test against Sri Lanka in March last year, a match cut short by terrorist attacks on the visiting team bus.