The Delhi High Court on Thursday set aside a Delhi University (DU) order barring National Students' Union of India (NSUI) national secretary Lokesh Chugh from the university for allegedly organising the screening of the BBC documentary on Prime Minister Narendra Modi..Justice Purushaindra Kumar Kaurav set aside the order and restored Chugh's admission.."The court is unable to sustain the impugned order dated March 10, 2023. Impugned order is set aside. The admission of the petitioner is restored. Necessary consequences will follow," the Court ordered..The student leader was banned from appearing in any university examination for one year after a protest was organised at DU on January 27. It is alleged that during the protest, the BBC documentary titled India: The Modi Question was also screened for public viewing.The University said that Chugh was the mastermind behind the protest and actively participated in the screening of the documentary on campus.DU on Monday had told the Delhi High Court that students screening the banned documentary on Modi without permission and organizing protests despite the imposition of prohibitory orders amounted to "gross indiscipline".The University said that it acted against the students who organised the screening of the documentary based on the newspaper reports which said that the two-part series was banned in India..Attorney General for India R Venkataramani appeared for the Delhi University. Senior Advocate Kapil Sibal along along with advocates Naman Joshi, Ritika Vohra and Abhik Chimni appeared for Lokesh Chugh.