Exasperated at being ignored time and again in decision making, Javed Miandad has threatened to quit his post of Pakistan Cricket Board Director General.
Miandad has shot a letter to PCB chief patron Asif Ali Zardari, saying that if he will not be given proper authority and assignments, he will step down from the post.
"If I am not given due respect that I deserve as a former captain and a loyal servant of Pakistan cricket. If I am not given assignments, work and authority according to my position and experience, then it is better I leave the board," Miandad has written in his letter.
The relationship between PCB President Ejaz Butt and Minadad is already strained and the former has even suggested Miandad to resign if he is not happy.
"If Miandad feels that he is not getting work in the board according to his position, and if he has problems with the way I run the board then the proper thing for him is to resign," Butt said before leaving for Dubai to attend the ICC meeting.
Miandad is also frustrated at the statements made by Butt on the governing council and Miandad's status in the Board.
Butt announced that those governing council members who have openly expressed their dissent with his leadership are no longer members of the Board.