MUMBAI Pressure is mounting on Pakistan Cricket Board chairman Ijaz Butt to resign as the 72-year-old is being criticised from every corner. If some sources in Pakistan are to be believed, a day may not be far off when an ad-hoc committee is being chosen by the President Asif Ali Zardari, who is also the Patron of the PCB. The president is considering to appoint an ad-hoc committee for a period of at least six months, a source said. A new chairman of the interim committee will be given a task to run the board and if his six-month tenure is found to be result-oriented, he would be named as a chairman of the PCB, the source further added. Three names have been doing the rounds for some days. Lt Gen (retd) Tauqir Zia, the former PCB chief may be brought back. The two other candidates are Dr. Mohammad Ali Shah and Pir Aftab Jilani (former sport minister), the source added. The present coach Intikhab Alam and a few national selectors are likely to be axed.