The 26-year-old off-break bowler has been called back after his "illegal" action was reported to organisers of Champions League.
"The withdrawal from the upcoming tour will allow Narine the opportunity to have his action assessed and plan his return to cricket," a WICB release stated.
WICB's chairman of selection committee Clive Lloyd has expressed with Narine's removal and the way the matter was dealt with by CLT20 organisers.
"I am disappointed that our best bowler could suddenly be out of the tour. I am quite disappointed about the procedure that surrounded the 'calling' of Sunil in the Champions Trophy tournament. These things have the potential to disrupt the team's preparation for a critical series against India but we will have to overcome this hurdle," Lloyd said.
He added: "We would like some clarity from the authorities on what led to the present situation and the details as we move forward. I think there must be a better way of doing the right things."
The decision to remove Narine leaves West Indies with no specialist spinner for the One-Day series against India. A replacement player will be named shortly.
Since his international debut in 2011, Narine has emerged as one of the leading bowlers in world cricket. He is ranked number two in the ICC T20 International and One-Day International bowlers' table.
From October 8, West Indies will play five ODIs and a T20 against India, before three Tests.
Narine's bowling ban is restricted only to the Champions League and other BCCI-run tournaments like the IPL, but the decision to remove him from the tour means scrutiny on him has now extended into international cricket as well.