"We are not aware of any such match and if some players are participating in that, they will be doing it in their individual capacity," a BCCI source said in Kolkata when asked to comment on the status of the proposed match, which would help raise funds for the cancer-afflicted daughter of veteran Ranji cricketer Kedar Chavan.
He further said that nobody had approached the Board for permission for holding such a match.
Dubbed as the 'Clash of the right-handers and left-handers', the match at Motera Stadium on June 5 could see skipper Sourav Ganguly leading the left-handers while his deputy Rahul Dravid would be the captain of the right-handed team.
Most of the members of the Indian team are expected to participate in the One-day match.
The participation of Sachin Tendulkar, however, was doubtful as he is currently holidaying in Europe.
Chavan's 11-year-old daughter Kaveri is suffering from hydrocephalus, a rare congenital deformity which affects one in a million babies.