ED advocate Amit Mahajan said the probe was incomplete and his further custody was required to confront him with two persons.
On December 15, protests in the area against the amended citizenship Act turned violent, Four DTC buses, 100 private vehicles and 10 police bikes were damaged.
The apex court recently dismissed the curative petition for other two convicts --Vinay Kumar Sharma (26) and Mukesh Singh (32).
ED's advocate Amit Mahajan said the probe was incomplete and Thampi's further custody was required to confront him with various documents and persons.
Court modifies Bhim Army chief Azad's bail order, allows him to visit Delhi for medical, election purposes
The court had restrained Azad from visiting Delhi for four weeks and directed him to not hold any 'dharna' till the elections in the national capital.
The court ordered that Azad will not conduct any dharna in Delhi for one month till February 16. As of now, he will stay in UP's Saharanpur at his permanent address.
Our movement will continue constitutionally till CAA is taken back: Bhim Army chief Chandrashekhar Azad
Bhim Army chief Chandrashekhar Azad was on Wednesday granted bail in connection with the Daryaganj violence case.
The CBI had told a special court that there was enough evidence against all the accused in the case.
The petition had stated that the girl's friend committed perjury for giving false testimony in the court.
The Delhi High Court had last week disposed of a plea seeking directions to Delhi government to grant immediate sanction to proceed with the trial against the accused.
The court said the victim and her cousin, with whose help the FIR was lodged, cannot be believed on the point that they complained to her family members.
When her aunt came downstairs and saw that the accused had taken the girl inside the room, she raised an alarm and got the door opened.
The husband through his advocate Atul Jain had sought divorce under the Hindu Marriage Act, claiming that his wife had not only deserted him but also subjected him to physical and mental cruelty.
The court sought a report from Superintendent of Police (SP) of CBI regarding its observation and slated the matter for hearing to December 20.
Lawyers turned up at the main entrance and raised slogans against Delhi Police and requested the public to support their cause.