Holding criticised umpires Ruchira Palliyaguruge and Chris Gaffaney in the group game in Nottingham for caving in to pressure created by constant appealing by the Australians, who won the match by 15 runs.
In the match between West Indies and Australia, Holding expressed his displeasure when Chris Gayle was dismissed on a free hit ball that was not called. The decision was overturned on review. Holding wrote in the e-mail accessed by the newspaper.
It continued: "Inherently in live television, there are occasions when on-field decisions cause reason for discussion or debate but as ICC TV host broadcasters, our [Sunset & Vine] duty is not to judge or highlight mistakes".More news: Ariana Grande goes in on homophobe
"If those umpires yesterday were Federation Internationale de Football Association officials, they would have been told to pack their bags and head home", he added.
The previous highest number of abandoned games in a World Cup was two, in 1992 and 2003.
While the cricket fans have shown a lot of anger towards ICC for organising the World Cup in England during this time of the year, it is also a big loss for ICC if yet another high profile match gets cancelled due to rain. But even the English rain was not enough to deter them from whetting their satirical chops and using them against the helpless ICC, which is now left with little option but to courageous the barbs.
"I guess honest mistakes from the umpires, I don't want to get into the officiating part, but it's just ironic", the all-rounder said after his team's defeat.More news: Jenna Fischer wins Stanley Cup war against 'The Office' co-star John Krasinski
Holding issued a firm reply, telling Bevan: 'I have been doing commentary now for approaching three decades, and I see where commentators are being more and more compromised by controlling organisations to the point of censorship and I do not intend to go down that road.
"We have no intention of censoring anyone", a source in the ICC, who declined to be named, told Reuters.
In a statement, ICC CEO Dave Richardson said: "Factoring in a reserve day for every match would significantly increase the length of the tournament and, practically, would be extremely complex to deliver".More news: News Spice Girls animated film to feature new songs?