"We have not arrested Kanhaiya, we have also not charged anyone with sedition. It is for the police and court to take a call in this matter. Both these demands are beyond our control," JNU Registrar Bhupinder Zutshi said.
JNU students and teachers yesterday appealed to Vice Chancellor Jagadesh Kumar to take a stand in favour of the five students who were being looked for by the police in a sedition case and surfaced on the campus after being on the run for over 10 days.
A meeting of the top JNU officials, chaired by VC yesterday, deliberated on return of the five students to the campus but could not take a decision whether police should have been allowed to enter the campus to arrest them or the students should have been asked to surrender. "Police have not approached us so far for any permission to enter the campus for arrest of these students. Neither we have approached them," Zutshi said.

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