The board has sought an explanation from him for breaching the terms of the 'Agreed Sanction Agreement'.
This could affect cricket's chances of becoming an Olympic sport.
The meeting also saw discussions on exercising control over private T20 leagues.
Th BCCI had earlier told the Sports Ministry that the cricket board doesn't fall under the jurisdiction of NADA.
BCCI CEO Rahul Johri wrote to NADA saying that their own anti-doping system is very strong.
WADA recently revealed that the one Indian cricketer had tested positive during the 2016 season.
Pakistan Cricket Board has no positive tests among the 52 tested while Bangladesh’s 24 tests have come negative.
The Afghan had the option of challenging the decision made by ICC but chose not to.
International cricketers including those from India will have to submit their blood samples for testing for the first time ahead of the Champions Trophy 2017 in England. The Men in Blue were briefed about it ahead of the first ODI against England at Pune. Cricket has been complying with the World Anti-Doping Agency (WADA) for […]