Shahid Afridi has appealed to the President of Pakistan to investigate the way cricket is run in the country.
The former captain announced his retirement from international cricket on Monday before his central contract and no objection certificates were subsequently suspended.
Afridi has blamed the Pakistan Cricket Board for his decision to quit, saying he no longer wanted to play under the organisation that stripped him of the one-day captaincy.
And now he has urged President Asif Ali Zardari to look into the affairs of the PCB under the tenure of current chairman Ijaz Butt.
"I would appeal to the President that cricket is an important thing in Pakistan and he should spare some time. He should see how the board is being run by Ijaz Butt," he told Geo News.
Afridi claims that problems in the Pakistan set-up include a lack of communication as well as favouritism among high-ranking officials, for which he blamed team manager Intikhab Alam and national selector Mohammad Illyas respectively.
He added: "I don't know what he has written but Intikhab should be honest enough to say all those things he has told me about (coach) Waqar (Younis).
"He tells me something, agrees with me on certain issues and then says something else to the board. It is very unfortunate.
"(Illyas) is someone who has done harm to Pakistan cricket. He is sitting in the lap of the chairman and creating problems in the team and for me.
"I feel sorry for his son-in-law, Imran Farhat, who is a nice guy but has lost rapport because of his father-in-law.
"Illyas thinks I am responsible for the ousting of Farhat from the team. That is not correct as I alone don't select the team."