LAHORE Shoaib Malik has hit back at team-mate Mohammad Yousuf, insisting he will expose him publicly and has also refused to lead the team in the T20 series against England in Dubai. Yousuf was captain of Pakistan for the recent tour of Australia that saw them fail to win a match in either the Test or one-day series, as well as a one-off Twenty20 International. In the aftermath of the disappointing trip, the experienced batsman stated that the issues with the national team stemmed back to Maliks time in charge. Nasim Ashraf (former PCB chairman) made a big mistake by making Shoaib Malik the captain, Yousuf said. It was during his captaincy that the culture of groups within a team took root and respect for senior players fell. Two or three players are spoiling things in the team and I will reveal their names in the next few days, Yousuf had said. Malik - who will captain Pakistan again in the Twenty20 series against England - has launched an emphatic response to Yousufs comments. Yousuf has made some serious allegations against me and this time I am going to expose him publicly, the all-rounder stated. These allegations are not true. I have always been a team man and I have done nothing to spoil the atmosphere of the dressing room. Yousuf attacked me first when I was captain in 2008 and he is doing it again now when I have been made captain for the two matches against England. The PCB has created a six-man panel to investigate the reasons behind the disappointing results in Australia. Yousuf is scheduled to be questioned by the six-member group that is headed by PCBs chief operating officer Wasim Bari. It has been reported that Maliks request to also appear before the panel has been turned down. The PCB wanted Malik to lead the national side in Twenty20 World Cup in May but the senior batsman has told PCB that he is no longer interested to take up captaincy on a permanent basis. Malik, who will lead Pakistan in the two Twenty20 Internationals against England in Dubai, conveyed this to PCB Chairman Ijaz Butt during a meeting in Lahore to discuss preparations for the Twenty20 World Cup in the West Indies. Butt had called Malik to discuss about 30 probables for the Twenty20 World Cup but was advised to do this with Afridi. After reluctance of Malik, the Board has decided to continue with Afridi as captain for T20 World Cup despite his ball tampering incident in Australia for which it has been decided to fine him at board level, one source said. President postpones meeting with Butt In a major embarrassment to Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) chairman Ijaz Butt, President Asif Ali Zardari has postponed his meeting with him after summoning him urgently from Dubai. Butt left a high level International Cricket Council (ICC) meeting to meet Zardari. On his return, Butt was told the President had no time to meet him. The meeting has been postponed, we dont know the reasons. You must check it with the Presidency staff who first scheduled it and then postponed it, a PCB spokesperson told media persons here. A Presidency official said the meeting was postponed as Zardari had other important matters to look into. Insiders said the sudden postponement of the meeting has Butt pondering as to why the Presidency summoned him back from Dubai in the first place. PCB clarifies The Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) has clarified that Abdul Raquib, manager Pakistan team on the tour of New Zealand and Australia, has not issued any statement criticising the presence of Mr. Yawar Saeed on the inquiry Committee into the Australia Tour. Condolence Cricket organiser Waqqar-ul-Munir, Tauseef Club, Wahdat Eaglets, Servis Club, P&T Gymkhana, Shalimar Gymkhana, Apollo Club, Mozang Link Club, Muslim Gymkhana, Prince Club, Faran Gym and many other clubs of the city have expressed their deep shock and grief over the sad demise of wife of Syed Tauqeer Ali Shah President of Wahdat Eaglets Club. In a condolence message, they prayed for the eternal peace of the departed soul and courage for the believed family.