KARACHI (Agencies) - Pakistan's former captain Rameez Raja feels the ICC should do away with the concept of having neutral umpires and advocated the need to rotate the on-field officials during Test matches. Rameez's comments came after a high number of debatable decisions by Tony Hill and Shavir Keki Tarapore during the second Test between Pakistan and Sri Lanka that ended in Dubai on Saturday. The umpiring also came in for criticism during the drawn first Test at Abu Dhabi. "I don't see why the ICC can't have their best umpires on the elite panel supervising in all the matches," Rameez said during the fourth day's play on Saturday. "Why shouldn't Aleem Dar or Asad Rauf stand in a Test involving Pakistan? Why is this issue of neutral umpires so important? The ICC says it has the best umpires on its elite panel so why can't they just stand in any match?" he questioned.