Lahore: Pakistan might have registered a four-wicket victory over England in the third Test at Oval but the situation has not changed much for under-fire cricket board Chairman Ijaz Butt.
The country's Senate Committee on Rules of Procedure and Privileges still wants removal of Butt and its Chairman Tahir Mashadi has dismissed the attempts by the Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) chief to mend fences.
There were reports that Butt had sent a letter of apology to the Committee after he was called for
a hearing earlier in the week to respond to charges that he had breached the privileges of the lawmakers and insulted them.
The Committee later recommended to the chief patron of the PCB, President Asif Ali Zardari, to remove Butt.
"We have not received any letter from Ijaz Butt and even if he has sent a letter, it will make no difference as we have already sent our recommendations to remove him," Mashadi said.
Mashadi said that Butt was given a fair chance to defend himself against the