The eviction comes two days after Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal announced the national capital was going into a complete lockdown to contain the spread of the novel coronavirus, which has already claimed over 13,000 lives worldwide.
Speaking to reporters at party office, the former Uttar Pradesh chief minister said, 'While going to Delhi on a flight, a person saw my palms and told me that if I work hard, I will form the next government by winning 350 seats.'
The mediation talks come after the top court formed a panel, comprising Hegde, Sadhana and former Chief Information Commissioner Wajahat Habibullah, to speak to demonstratoers and persuade them to shift their protest to another site.
The video is from December 15, Sunday, when the police had barged into the university campus and brutally assaulted students. Several students were injured and many were detained following police action.
Prime Minister Narendra Modi and Home Minister Amit Shah-led BJP focussed excessively on Article 370, CAA and anti-Pakistan rhetoric to woo the voters. But the Delhi voter reposed faith in AAP, giving them over 60 seats.
This comes after a 12-year-old Bravery Award winner wrote to the top court asking it to prevent children from taking part in protests following the death of a four-month-old infant, whose mother was a regular at the anti-CAA and proposed NRC demonstration at Shaheen Bagh.