Here's why: he got his personal bodyguard to 'handle' a situation that had arisen and himself, went on to assault a woman participant of the moot competition organized under the Oxford banner. He groped her, touched her inappropriately, slapped and pushed her to the ground.
Lawctopus' editor Tanuj Kalia had received an email on 23rd September, 2013 which said "OUS India is a voluntary organisation and it does not represent the University of Oxford in any manner whatsoever."
On turning up we realised that there was huge crowd and a police van was standing by. The members of the Organising Committee were arrested for allegedly beating up a boy and a girl representing a team which had turned up late for registration the previous team and were disqualified.
The Oxford University India Moot is designed to encourage intellectual discourse in wider society as well as to give Indian students an opportunity to exhibit and to improve their legal expertise and debating skills.