The largest shareholder of the franchise Mohit Burman said that the BCCI has asked them for clarification.
Kings XI Punjab did a great job in bringing together some amazing players together and formed a fabulous team last year.
"Wadia’s arrest does create bad optics,"- BCCI official.
As per reports, Wadia was sentenced to two years of jail by a Japan court following his arrest in Japan.
A top Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) official has demanded action against Kings XI Punjab.
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He had flown to Japan in March.
Ness Wadia also instilled faith in Yuvraj Singh to comeback stronger