LAHORE - Former skipper Inzamam-ul-Haq today berated Pakistan Cricket Board for dissolving the national senior and junior selection committees, saying they have made the country a laughing stock in world cricket. "The way the selection committee issue was handled it made us a laughing stock in world cricket," Inzamam was quoted as saying in an Indian newspaper. The former batsman, who represented Pakistan in 104 Tests and 378 ODIs, said even though chief selector Abdul Qadir had resigned during the World Cup, the board should have taken steps to restore him. "The board could have listened to whatever grievances Qadir had and refused to accept his resignation. I don't understand the purpose and logic of dissolving the selection committees just days after we won the World Cup," he said. Qadir resigned as chief selector early last month during the T20 World Cup claiming there was too much interference from the PCB Chairman and the team management in selection matters. Inzamam said the selection committee headed by Qadir deserved credit like everyone else for the World Cup victory. "It was not amusing that the board didn't even bother to invite the selectors to the World Cup celebration receptions in Islamabad," he said. Inzamam said Pakistan had lost the first Test against Sri Lanka in Galle because of lack of exposure at the international level. "The team has not played regular Test cricket since last year. In the last 18 months we have played just three Tests. So obviously it was always going to be difficult in Sri Lanka," he said. However, Inzamam said Pakistani players should have shown more application and concentration while chasing a gettable score. "I think they are struggling adjusting back to Test cricket where the pressure is different from other forms of the sport," he said. The former skipper also called on the International cricket Council to give more Test matches to Pakistan. "The ICC keeps on saying it wants to support Pakistan cricket in these difficult times when teams are not visiting due to security reasons. But they need to do things practically. But in reality in the next future tour schedule also our team is not being given enough Test matches," he said.