"Taking note of the border skirmish that resulted in the martyrdom of our brave jawans, the IPL Governing Council has convened a meeting next week to review IPL's various sponsorship deals," IPL's official Twitter handle tweeted.
On Thursday, BCCI treasurer Arun Dhumal said the board may review sponsorship policy, but has no plans to end the ties with IPL's title sponsor.
"When you talk emotionally, you tend to leave the rationale behind. We have to understand the difference between supporting a Chinese company for a Chinese cause or taking help from a Chinese company to support India's cause," Dhumal said.
Dhumal explained how the sponsorship is working in India's favor.
"When we are allowing Chinese companies to sell their products in India, whatever money they are taking from Indian consumer, they are paying part of it to the BCCI and the board is paying 42 per cent tax on that money to the Indian government. So, that is supporting India's cause," he argued.