The BJP claimed that the elderly woman, a party worker's mother, succumbed to her injuries sustained during an attack by Trinamool Congress supporters in Nimta area.
Enforcement Directorate has been probing the PFI, formed in 2006 in Kerala and headquartered in Delhi, since 2018.
The 19-year-old woman was allegedly raped and seriously injured by four men at Hathras in September last year and she died at a Delhi hospital two weeks later.
The court had also said that "a victim cannot go on searching for links and making complaints. There has to be some other solution."
Issue of 'forcible cremation' of Hathras gang-rape victim could not be heard due to judge's 'absence'
The case was last heard on January 16 when the bench had seen various video clippings on the overnight cremation of the victim and other aspects of the case, submitted by various media houses.
The electronic and print media had vociferously reported on the alleged rape of a 19-year-old woman from Hathras in Uttar Pradesh, on the basis of which the court took cognizance of the matter
CBI on Friday had filed a chargesheet against the four men accused of the gang rape and murder of a 19-year-old Dalit woman in a village in Uttar Pradesh's Hathras district.
The CBI informed the court that it will take some more time to conclude the investigation and failed to file any status report of the probe.
KUWJ, which has been questioning Kappan's arrest, had refused to approach the Allahabad High Court as suggested by the apex court for seeking bail and other reliefs.
According to the investigators, Rauf was planning to flee the country in the early hours of Saturday, but was apprehended by Bureau of Immigration officials at Trivandrum airport.
Independent inquiry be made to determine facts related to 'illegal arrest' of scribe: Kerala Union of Working Journalists to SC
KUWJ has claimed that Uttar Pradesh Police has made an “absolute false and incorrect statement” that Kappan is the office secretary of Popular Front of India as he is working as a journalist only.
Journalist Siddique Kappan was arrested on October 5 while he was on his way to Hathras, home to the young Dalit woman who died after being gang-raped.
According to the victim’s elder brother, the CBI officials questioned him about the claims being made by local residents that he killed his own sister.
It may be recalled that the Lucknow bench of Allahabad High Court had taken a suo-motu cognizance of the case, especially the issue of cremation of the victim girl.
Since colonial era, Dalits in this region were more prosperous than their counterparts in UP