The chief executive of India's cricket board has been given a week to explain allegations of sexual harassment against him, as the country's fledgling #MeToo movement gathers pace.
Rahul Johri, CEO of the Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI), was named in an account shared by Indian author Harnidh Kaur on Twitter.
The unidentified woman accused Johri of assaulting her at his home, while he was working with a different organisation.
"The truth is, it was so sudden and so manipulated that I had no chance at even knowing what the hell this was," the woman said.
The Supreme Court-appointed Committee of Administrators, which oversees the BCCI, on Saturday asked Johri to explain.
Even though the allegations "do not pertain to his employment with BCCI," the committee said it had given him a week to "submit his explanation."
Johri has yet not responded to a request for comment.
"There are certain media reports today, including in the social media, pertaining to Rahul Johri," the committee said in a statement.
"These reports disclose allegations of sexual harassment made against Mr Johri, by an unnamed person through a Twitter handle. The allegations also related to his previous employment with a large media house," it added.
India's belated #MeToo movement has made headlines over the last few days with women sharing powerful accounts of alleged harassment by several powerful men including a minister, Bollywood filmmakers, news editors and comedians.