Delhi Police today continued their interrogation of Khalid and Anirban but remained tight-lipped about developments in the case citing high court's order to maintain utmost secrecy.

The duo along with three other students, who gave a hard time to police as they searched for them across cities for over 10 days, resurfaced on the varsity's campus late on Tuesday night. Khalid and Anirban thereafter surrendered to police.

Police are also waiting for the production warrant of JNU Students' Union President Kanhaiya Kumar, who is in judicial custody, so that the three can be questioned together.

A police source said Umar and Anirban are presently being interrogated by two separate teams led by ACP rank officials.

The duo is being quizzed about the slogans raised during the February 9 event at JNU and the identities of others involved in the controversial event.

Police are also asking them what they had done as the "main organisers" to stop the raising of the alleged anti- India slogans during the protest against the hanging of Parliament attack convict Afzal Guru, the source said.

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