On Wednesday, the Delhi High Court sought response of the University on a plea by three SFI students alleging that they were illegally restrained from filing their nominations for elections.
The Delhi high court on Friday restricted the varsity from notifying the results.
A senior official said that they were unsure whether the students had taken necessary permission to screen the documentary.
The vice chancellor, in a television channel, said that strict action will be taken against the perpetrators.
The opposition raised questions over the clause on 'anti-national' activities in the Bill, saying that it is an attempt to defame a particular university.
ABVP had allegedly entered the VC's office during the academic council meeting to protest against DU's new syllabus.