ISLAMABAD - The National Assembly Standing Committee on Sports has recommended bailable warrants of Pakistan Cricket Board chairman Ijaz Butt for not attending its meeting. The Committee met here Tuesday under the chair of Jamshad Desti at the Parliament House and also constituted a four-member sub-committee to look into the affairs of the PCB. The sub committee will submit its report within the next 30 days. The House also summoned Secretary Pakistan Hockey Federation (PHF) Muhammad Asif Bajwa and Director General FIA in the next meeting to be held on July 28 at the same venue to discus the human trafficking allegations leveled by former Olympian Mansoor Ahmed. The members unanimously decided to recommend the suspension of Federal Secretary Interior if they did not attend the next meeting of the House. It was also recommended that the terrorists responsible for the Sri Lanka team attack in March be taken to task. "The culprits should be tried under criminal act. We should remove the masks from the faces of the officers responsible for security lapse," chairman said in the meeting.. Later, Desti announced the four-member sub-committee. "Saud Majeed will be convenor of the committee while Begum Nasim Akhtar, Tasneem Siddiqui and Iqbal Muhammad Khan will be its members. They will view all the aspects and submit the report in one month, "chairman added. Meanwhile, former chairman of the national selection committee Abdul Qadir told to House that he had resigned for the chairmanship due to differences with the high ups including Ijaz Butt, Intakhab Alam and Yawar Saeed. "Intikhab and Yawar did not want to include Shoaib Akhtar in the team but I had no solid reason to drop him from the national squad because he was fit and producing acceptable performance," he viewed. "The high ups of the PCB were making changes in the team without consulting me and I could not work like a dummy chief selector. The politics in the PCB is running the game. Some members of the governing board were also interfering in selection matters and it was not acceptable for me," he said. The Former Test cricketer told the committee that people over 60 years of age were not eligible for job in the PCB but Ijaz Butt, Yawar Saeed and Intikhab were all over 60. Qadir disclosed that the relatives of the chairman and members of the governing board were on joy trip during the Pakistan-Australia cricket series at Dubai. "Chief Accountant PCB Naeem Khan also performed Umra during Dubai trip. The high ups are ruining the board and no one is paying attention to the game," he added. Members of the committee Malik Azmat Khan, Syed Anyat Ali Shah, Naseer Ahmed Bhutta, Choudhary Saud Majeed, Mazafar-ul-Malik, Syed Tayyab Hussain, Begum Nasim Akhtar, Tesneem Siddiqui, Iqbal Muhammad Khan and Perveen Masood attended the meeting. Federal Minister for Sports Pir Aftab Hussain Jilani, Secretary Sports Anis-ul-Hasnain Mosvi, Director General Pakistan Sports Board, secretaries of all the provincial boards and other officials were in the meeting to answer the question of the members.