Safraz was quoted as saying in a Pakistan daily-The News that the PCB chief had offered to resign if he failed to submit the constitution before the Senate Standing Committee on Sports by April 30.
"Now it's May 12 and PCB constitution is still in draft process. Shaharyar should resign from the office of PCB chairman," Sarfraz thundered.
Safraz said that PCB was the biggest sporting body of the country and delay of its constitution was ample proof that the current PCB mandarins were incompetent and were not able to run the affairs properly.
The PCB on its part set another time-frame and assured the Senate Committee that the constitution would be presented after May 22.
Safraz was cynical in saying that the PCB would not be able to present the constitution under the set time-frame.
"I assure you that they (PCB officials) will not be able to present the constitution in the given time period as they want to hide the salient features from Senate Standing Committee," Sarfraz added.