Hyderabad: ''I am not worried'' was the initial response of former Indian skipper Mohammed Azharuddin, who emerged from the hotel room where he was quizzed for six hours by Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) Special Commissioner K Madhavan in connection with the match-fixing scandal. In his first reaction since the CBI named him and four others in the match-fixing scandal, Azhar told UNI that he was not worried. He made light of the inquiry saying ''how is the health of the agency reporters''.
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Azhar enters via back door, skips media