Wadia expressed his views after KXIP appealed against on-field umpire Nitin Menon's controversial 'short-run' call at a crunch time of the game held on Sunday night in Dubai.
Wadia had also called for the IPL to gradually move away from Chinese sponsors saying there are enough sponsors to replace title sponsor 'Vivo'.
KXIP co-owner Ness Wadia says IPL this year will be most watched ever, calls for daily COVID testing
Ness Wadia's comments came after IPL chairman Brijesh Patel confirmed that the T20 league will be held from September 19 to November 8.
Chinese mobile phone maker Vivo is the IPL title sponsor and it pays the BCCI Rs 440 crore annually for the five-year deal ending in 2022.
The BCCI is looking at the September-October window for hosting the IPL, which has been postponed indefinitely due to the pandemic.