Kundra has been facing tough times ever since being questioned by the Delhi Police, to whom the NRI businessman admitted to betting in the cash-rich Twenty20 league.
"Humour is a rubber sword, it allows you to make a point without drawing blood," he said further.
Kundra had, two days ago, said he was being made a "scapegoat" by people in powerful positions.
"I am shocked and upset at the unilateral decision taken by the BCCI and will fight the grounds of suspension," Kundra had said in a statement after being suspended by the cricket board.
"All sorts of accusations were made against me without proof, by people in powerful positions. It is sad that without accurate facts, I am being made a scapegoat and put under trial by the media based on unproved claims," he had added.
Kundra is the second team owner, after N Srinivasan's son-in-law and Chennai Super Kings team principal Gurunath Meiyappan, to be suspended from cricketing activities in the wake of the spot-fixing and betting scandal.
The 37-year-old British Indian businessman was suspended by BCCI's all-powerful working committee, pending completion of an inquiry.