Delhi High Court is likely to pronounce its order today on JNU Students Union President Kanhaiya Kumar's bail plea in the sedition case. Justice Pratibha Rani had reserved the order on Monday after over three hours of hearing. The JNUSU President is accused of raising anti-India slogans inside JNU campus during an event organised on February 9. 
Police say, Kanhaiya is not cooperating in the probe and even came out with contradictory statements in joint interrogation by Intelligence Bureau and Delhi Police. Kanhaiya's advocate Kapil Sibal claimed that anti-India slogans inside the campus were raised by people with covered face. 

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