The woman, a resident of a village under Mehnajpur police station area, was allegedly sexually assaulted recently.
Fulfill promises made to Hathras rape victim's family or will go on dharna: Chandrashekhar Azad to UP govt
'We will begin an indefinite dharna at the Aligarh divisional commissioner's office after 10 days if the assurances are not fulfilled and justice is not given to the family,' said Chandrashekhar Azad
The victim was fighting for her life at the Rajawadi Hospital since the early hours of Friday, an official said.
Though the police registered an FIR against him, she alleged that the police are lending all support to him.
This comes after the National Commission for Protection of Child Rights asked Twitter India to take action against Rahul Gandhi for tweeting a picture of the rape victim's parents.
Orissa High Court orders CID probe into authenticity of the affidavit that sought bail to rape accused
The High Court had earlier received an affidavit purportedly filed by a rape victim claiming that the accused was her husband with a request to grant him bail.
'Courts shall be careful in future': SC takes exception to verdict mentioning victim's name in rape case
A bench headed by Justice Ashok Bhushan said it is well established that in such cases, the name of victim is not to be mentioned in any proceeding.
Two of the accused in the viral video were identified as Rahul and Jogendra, who are named in the rape case of the 45-year-old's daughter.
'Inquire if witness, Hathras victim's lawyer threatened during trial': HC to district judge, CRPF IG
The court has sought the report within 15 days and said that it would consider transferring the proceedings out of Hathras for ensuring a free and fair trial in the case.
On December 5, the victim was on her way to Rae Bareli for the court hearing when she was set ablaze in her village.
The accused is being repeatedly summoned by the police and has alleged that she is being pressurised of changing the filed FIR.
The crime branch had asked the medical experts to comment upon the plausible effect of the medicine on an eight-year-old girl with an empty stomach.
Tosminara, herself a Rohingya refugee, has spent months coaxing these women out of the shadows, promising discretion.
It said that even in cases where the rape victims were alive and were either minors or of unsound mind, their identities should not be revealed as they have the right to privacy.
Nirbhaya's mother hailed the Centre for amending Protection of Children from Sexual Offences Act (POCSO) and urged it to consider death penalty for every rapists.