ISLAMABAD - Chairman Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) Ijaz Butt named former Test player Abdul Qadir as the head of the national selection committee on Thursday. He said other members would be announced soon. While talking to media after PCB Constitution Committee meeting, he said that PCB would be run constitutionally and he had given tasks to all employees to complete in a time frame. "One who does not deliver, will be sent home. If I could not produce results I will also leave the office of chairman PCB," he said. Butt further said that he had taken over the PCB a couple of weeks back and Pakistan team produced excellent results at Abu Dhabi against West Indies. "Pakistan won all three One Day International matches comprehensively. We will streamline the affairs of the board, as over 1000 people are working in the board and we will get rid of over staff," he said. He said that India cricket team would visit Pakistan according to their schedule. "The officials of the BCCI assured me to visit Pakistan on telephone and I hope they will come and provide Pakistani people good entertainment, "he said. While answering a question regarding Shoaib Akhtar, he said that Shoaib was fit for the match before leaving for Abu Dhabi. "He was hundred per cent fit and bowled 10 consecutive overs during the net practice but unfortunately, he got some injury problem in his foot and was not able to participate in the first two games. He was fit for last one-dayer but tour management committee did not want to make any changes in the winning side of the first two ODIs," he said. AFP adds: Qadir's appointment is part of the PCB's drive to use the experience of former players to put Pakistan's team cricket back on track. The Board on Wednesday also appointed former captain Javed Miandad as its director general. Qadir said his priority will be to select the most deserving players."I want to give my honest dedication and will select players on merit and devise a system where no first class player can complain that he was not selected despite doing well," Qadir said. Qadir played 67 Tests for Pakistan in the 1970s and 80s and took 236 wickets. He also played 104 one-day internationals. This is the first time that Qadir has been appointed to the selection committee. "I want to make the most of the opportunity and hopefully help Pakistan cricket with my experience," said Qadir, whose first task will be to select the team for a high profile home series against India. "The first task is difficult, but we will do a honest selection so that we can put the best fight against India who are improving by leaps and bounds," said Qadir. India is scheduled to go on a January-February tour of Pakistan, but it is still unclear whether the side will receive clearance by its government because of security fears in the wake of suicide bombings in Pakistan by Islamist militants. India are slated to play a side game, three Tests, five one-day internationals and a Twenty20 international.