"We will write to ICC expressing our concerns about attacks that took place and that security of players, officials and everybody else must be taken care of."
"We're telling the cricketing community that in future we must sever ties with nations from where terror emanates," said Vinod Rai.
The bilateral cricketing ties between the two countries have already been suspended since 2012 and the teams last played a full series in 2007.
Recently, veteran off-spinner Harbhajan Singh said India doesn't need to revive any sort of sporting ties with Pakistan as a mark of respect for the armed forces.
"I don't think India should play the World Cup match against Pakistan. Country comes first and we are all standing behind our country. Cricket or hockey or sports, it should be kept aside because this is a huge thing and repeatedly our soldiers are killed," said Harbhajan.
Led by former India spinner Harbhajan Singh, calls for a complete cricketing boycott against Pakistan has grown ever since the terror attack in Pulwama last week killed more than 40 CRPF personnel.