"We are going to take up the issue strongly. The BCCI working committee meeting held here earlier this month had decided to pursue the matter vigorously as the board is of the view that the six-ban match was a severe step," Nair told PTI.
Ganguly was banned for six One-day Internationals by ICC match referee Chris Broad after he was found guilty for his side's slow over rate during the One-day series against Pakistan.
The Asian Cricket Council meeting would also be held alongwith the ICC executive meet, Nair said.
BCCI President Ranbir Singh Mahendra and the Board secretary would be representing the country in the ICC meet.
Nair said he would be leaving for London on June 22.