District and Sessions Judge Dharmesh Sharma issued the directions on an application filed by the rape survivor in which she alleged harassment by the personal security officers.
The woman was kidnapped and raped by expelled BJP MLA Kuldeep Singh Sengar in 2017 when she was a minor. The case was transferred from Unnao to Delhi and was probed by the CBI.
In 2019, the rape survivor, her family, and lawyer were travelling in a car when it was hit by an overspeeding truck in Rae Bareli, killing two aunts and leaving her and the advocate injured.
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The rape survivor also claimed danger to her life if the BJP gives ticket to Arun Singh, who held the post of the Nawabganj block panchayat chief.
On December 5, the victim was on her way to Rae Bareli for the court hearing when she was set ablaze in her village.
Devender Kishore Pal reiterated that he had no connection with him at all. His brother Nandu Pal too denied having any link with Sengar.
The rape survivor and the advocate were injured on Sunday when a truck hit their car in Rae Bareli.
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.
Devender was among the three persons, including truck driver Ashish Kumar Pal and cleaner Mohan Shrivas, who was arrested for the accident involving the Unnao rape survivor.
Gandhi targeted Prime Minister Modi for being tight-lipped after a BJP MLA allegedly raped a girl in Uttar Pradesh's Unnao a few months back.
Indian-American protesters displayed banners and posters seeking justice for the minor girl who was gang-raped by six men and then murdered in Jammu & Kashmir's Kathua.
Some of the protesters at Parliament Square yesterday turned aggressive after the Indian tricolour was torn down from the flagpole.
Several women's rights and advocacy groups, civil society and inter-faith organisations have joined hands to hold a rally protesting against the rapes of young girls
The arrests, made over Monday and Tuesday, included three persons arrested for vandalism, attacks against buses and shops and blocking the roads.