LAHORE - The Pakistan Cricket Board high officials including its Chairman Ijaz Butt faced bitter criticism during the general body meeting as they failed to answer the volley of questions posed by the members. The members, who attended the meeting, termed it as mere an eyewash to camouflage the inept handling of the board's affairs by its bigwigs. The members also reached a consensus on writing a letter to the President of Pakistan Asif Ali Zardari, who is the Patron-in-Chief of the PCB, about the ill-treatment meted out to the governing body members. A source revealed that both Chief Operating Officer Subhan Khan and Chief Financial Officer Mian Raza Ahmed Hassan were unable to explain details of the budget and audit report. "They don't want to explain anything to the members and even they don't know many things in detail," the source said. "The audit report was not fully prepared as it was an unprepared. There were no detail about the company which conducted the audit," he stated. "Even the certificate of the Audit Company was not attached with the report," the source said adding, "Neither vouchers were attached nor a single expenditure made by the PCB was certified by any document. Moreover, It was only signed by the PCB Chief Ijaz Butt and CFO Mian Riaz Ahmad," the source claimed. The source further added that the annual budget had complications without the details of anything. "There was no list of revenue and expenditures in the budget," the source disclosed. He revealed that the CFO was not ready to answer the questions when members raised objections on the audit report and budget. The source raised objections over the expenditures of the PCB as much of the budget was spent on the administration salaries. "The PCB administration withdraw very high salaries and when somebody asked about the minimising this sleeping expenditure nobody answered," he added. "Our demands were not addressed properly as the meeting was held after 12 years of gap," he said and added: "The PCB did not establish regional academies for the last two years. Domestic cricket season is full of controversies. The board did not paid heed to any thing except consideration of budget and audit report without going into details," he disclosed. Former PCB Chairman Touqeer Zia stressed the management to back up the banned players in their case. "I don't want PCB to take action against the ICC but the board should support the players," he added. While on the other hand, the PCB in a statement said that the meeting was convened after a gap of 13 years as per Clause 17 of the PCB Constitution. A total of 73 members comprising 18 full members, 53 associate members, as well as two honourary members, former Chairman PCB Khalid Mehmood and Lt Gen Tauqir Zia attended the meeting. Both Mehmood and Lt Gen Zia praised the PCB for holding the meeting of the general body after a gap of 12 years. The PCB chief informed the general body that as per the PCB constitution, the body meeting will be convened on an annual basis in the future as well. Ijaz Butt also stressed that following up on the historic achievements of the Pakistan women cricket team, it is essential that women cricket teams be formed in all districts and full support should be given to promote it in the country. Representatives of the blind and deaf cricket expressed their appreciation at being given recognition for the first time as members of the general body and apprised the meeting of the progress of their respective associations. The agenda for the meeting included: Consideration of PCB Annual Report and Future Programmes as devised by the PCB Board of Governors. Consideration of Audited Accounts and Budget Estimates. To make recommendations to the Board of Governors deemed appropriate for promotion of Cricket in Pakistan. Members of the general body shared their suggestions and made recommendations for the continued development of cricket and related infrastructure in the country. PCB's initiatives in this regard were recognised by the members.