"He has not been cleared and we have nothing more to say," Zakir Khan, Pakistan's director of international operations, said.
Kaneria was due to leave with a batch of four other players on Sunday to join the squad for the two Tests starting from November 12.
"I don't know what has happened," Kaneria said. "I just got a call from a board official saying I shouldn't go to the airport."
Kaneria, who has taken 261 wickets in 61 Tests, was cleared in September of betting during an English county match last season.
Pakistan cricket was hit by spot-fixing allegations during their tour of England [ Images ] this year. Three players -- Test captain Salman Butt [ Images ] and bowlers Muhammad Amir and Mohammad Asif [ Images ] -- were provisionally suspended by the International Cricket Council [ Images ].
Scotland Yard and the ICC [ Images ] anti-corruption unit are investigating the case.