When asked BCCI president N Srinivasan about what will be the parent's body's stance on this issue, he seemed a bit angry.
"I don't know why everyone is in a mood to execute Rahul Sharma without even going into the details," Srinivasan told PTI.
"The BCCI will first procure each and every bit of relevant information and then study them before deciding on the course of action," he added.
The Mumbai Police today received the reports of blood samples of 44 of the 90 people, out of which 42 tested positive for cannabis and MDMA (better known as Ecstasy).
Earlier, Parnell had claimed that he and fellow Pune Warriors teammate Rahul were innocent and that they were "at the wrong place at the wrong time".
Rahul had also said that he was innocent and of found guilty he would quit cricket.
Interestingly, Rahul is a part of the Indian squad which is presently touring Sri Lanka and it remains to be seen whether the BCCI calls him back after the recent development.