The student who levelled rape charges against BJP leader Swami Chinmayanand recorded her statement before a magistrate here on Monday.
The special investigation team (SIT) probing the case took her to the court, where her statement was recorded before Judicial Magistrate Geetika Singh, official sources said here.
She remained in the court for around four hours and told PTI that the magistrate recorded her in 10 to 12 pages.
"I have told the magistrate about the rape complaint I gave in New Delhi, my missing spectacles and a chip from the hostel room. I also informed about the bedding and liquor bottles, which were removed from the Chinmayanand's room," she said.
Meanwhile, a lesser known organization, Chhatra Shakti Sangathan, has announced a Rs 50-lakh award to anyone who chops off the tongue of Swami Omji, who on Sunday had equated the woman with a "vish kanya".
Self-styled godman Omji was a contestant in the reality TV Show, Bigg Boss.
Office-bearers of the organisation also burnt an effigy of Omji and made the announcement before the media.
Another organisation, Bhartiya Yuva Parishad, burnt an effigy of Swami Chinmayanand and demanded his arrest.
Swami Chinmayanand's lawyer Om Singh said a team had been formed for keeping an eye on social media.
He said a complaint would be lodged against those making indecent comments against the BJP leader.
"Till proven, no one could be termed a rapist," he said.
The Supreme Court-appointed SIT had on Sunday examined three friends of the victim besides some employees of her college.
The victim's friends who were examined included the one who was with her when she was located in Rajasthan after having gone missing last month.
The SIT called them to the Police Lines here and recorded their statements, official sources said.
The SIT had also examined principals of the two colleges where the girl studied.
Two other college employees were also quizzed.
A video footage given by the woman to the SIT had also allegedly leaked out.
The girl's father on Sunday had termed it a "conspiracy" and said he would request the court to order a probe into it.
"From where have the screenshots and videos appeared on social media? The screenshots have been posted on various social media platforms. These were given to the SIT by my daughter. This is a conspiracy," he said.
The law student had on Saturday given a pen drive containing 43 videos to the SIT to support her allegations after the sleuths asked her to submit whatever evidence she had against the former Union minister.
The SIT had taken the woman to Chinmayanand's bedroom on Friday morning and had collected evidence.ALSO READ | Chinmayanand case: Victim hands over 43 video clips to police