“Who” usage in sentence

Mr. Kejriwal has already broached the subject with Mr. Modi, who has been non-committal.

In the above sentence, please tell if who is indicated to Mr. Modi or to Mr. Kejriwal.

If it is indicated to Mr. Modi, what if I want to indicate to Mr. Kejriwal, what would the sentence be?

Thanks in advanced.



who/which/where etc directly refers to the noun/word before. So in the cited case, it should be ‘Mr Modi’

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