Hyderabad: Former India captain Mohammad Azharuddin remains incommunicado since being named in the Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI) report on match-fixing has been made public. His younger brother Abrar said Azhar is not willing to make any statement or comment. "I have spoken to him and he expressed his unwillingness to make any statement at this stage," Abrar said. The Hyderabadi batsman remained out of bounds to media personnel who gathered at his Banjara Hills residence for his reaction. Earlier in the day, he visited his ailing mother at a private hospital in Hyderabad. Irani's whereabouts not knownMeanwhile, in Bombay, efforts to contact the Indian team's former physio Ali Irani, who has also been named in the CBI report, failed. A relative of Irani said the family is not aware of his whereabouts.
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