The woman deposed before District Judge Dharmesh Sharma during 'in-camera' proceedings held at the seminar hall of the Jai Prakash Narayan Apex Trauma Centre, her lawyer said.
The bench directed the Uttar Pradesh government to pay Rs five lakh to the lawyer, who is in a critical condition.
A bench comprising Justices Deepak Gupta and B R Gavai said that they don't want to widen the scope and interfere in other cases lodged against them in the state.
In this case, eight people have been named as accused, including three police officers, but not Kuldeep Sengar.
In its charge sheet filed on July 11, 2018, the probe agency said they were investigating the role of authorities of the district administration and medical hospitals in Unnao district.
A CBI team had on Saturday gone to jail in Sitapur, where Sengar has been lodged for over a year, to check the visitors' records and who he has been receiving at the prison.
Priyanka Gandhi had given a call for a state-wide three-day signature campaign starting Saturday as part of a Congress strategy to build pressure to ensure justice to the rape survivor.
Sengar, who is in jail for allegedly raping the woman when she was a minor in 2017, was booked for murder by the CBI after the July 28 accident, in which a truck rammed into the survivor's car.
A court on Saturday sent both the truck driver and cleaner involved in case of the Raebareli accident that took place on July 28 to three days of CBI remand.
The rape survivor and her lawyer suffered critical injuries on 28 July 2019 when their car was hit by a truck in Rae Bareli.
The Bangarmau MLA was arrested by the CBI on April 13, 2018, on rape charges and is lodged in the Sitapur district jail.
Sengar, who is accused of raping a minor girl from Unnao two years ago and killing two members of her family, was expelled by the BJP on Thursday.
The Supreme Court on Thursday issued a slew of instructions in the case, including directing the transfer of all five cases registered in connection with the Unnao rape incident to Delhi.
The lawyer is now breathing without a ventilator but being given oxygen with the help of a tube inserted in the windpipe, KGMU media in-charge Dr Sandeep Tiwari said in a medical bulletin.
The rape survivor is currently battling for life at King Georges Medical University's Trauma Centre in the state capital.