Pakistan Cricket Board chief operating officer Wasim Bari will head a a six-member inquiry committee to probe into the team's disastrous performance in Australia.
PCB on Monday announced that apart from Bari, the panel would also include governing council member Wazir Ali Khojra, former team manager Yawar Saeed, director of international affairs Zakir Khan, legal advisor Tafazzul Rizvi and former Test player Haroon Rasheed.
"Pakistan Cricket Board has formed an inquiry committee to evaluate the national team's performance on the tour of Australia. The Committee will look into the various aspects of the team performance and make recommendations accordingly," the PCB said in a statement.
The decision to form the committee follows Pakistan's whitewash in both the Test and one-day series with the board facing more embarrassment with stand-in skipper Shahid Afridi inviting a ban for two Twenty20 matches for admitting to ball-tampering charges.