ISLAMABAD: The federal government has initiated the financial audit of the Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB). Previously, the Auditor General of Pakistan had pointed out severe irregularities when an audit of the Pakistan Super League (PSL) season one and two were carried out. The members of the National Assembly are unhappy with the PCB after the latter failed to provide answers to various questions regarding their financial reports. Recently, the COO of the PCB, Salman Naseer, was asked to appear before a committee. The Chairman of the PCB has now been called to appear before the Standing Committee on Inter-Provincial Coordination on August 31. The Chairman will be questioned about the details of various financial matters of the PCB. Chairman Ehsan Mani and CO Wasim Khan have been on holiday in England for two months and one month respectively. A PCB representative has confirmed that the audit is taking place. The representative claimed that the irregularities in the PSL I and II were addressed by the PCB. Meanwhile, the relation between the PCB and various individuals in the government appears to be strained. Members of the National Assembly and Senate had asked some questions to the PCB which replied that it was not answerable for these queries.