Sources said it is for the CBI now to take a decision on the arrests.
The statement was recorded under Section 164 of the criminal procedure code.
On Sunday, Shashi Singh, who is believed to be a close aide of BJP MLA Kuldeep Singh Sengar, was sent to 4-day police custody.
The investigators were likely to take Shashi Singh, the woman accused by the victim's mother of taking her daughter to Sengar's residence, to Makhi, the victim's village. Initially, police didn't take action on the victim's complaint. He also claimed that the MLA's brother Atul Sengar, who was arrested earlier for beating the girl's father to death, was talking to villagers on phone from inside the jail and asking them not to support us.
A special CBI court here on Saturday sent, to seven days CBI custody, rape accused Uttar Pradesh BJP legislator Kuldeep Singh Sengar, while the medical examination of the 17-year-old victim was conducted at a hospital here earlier in the day. The police, however, remained non-committal on the arrest of the two any time soon.
"The disturbing feature of the case is that the law and order machinery and the government officials were directly in league and under the influence of Kuldeep Singh", a bench of Chief Justice Dilip Bhosale and Justice Sunit Kumar said on Friday.
Under the POCSO Act, the offence of rape is considered graver if committed by a police officer or a public servant and in this case, the accused is an MLA, a public servant by official definition.
The second pertains to rioting and the alleged killing of the victim's father in judicial custody in Lucknow. Since the murder charge was added later by the state police, it does not reflect in the CBI FIR.
In another development, it transpired during the victim's medical examination that she was not a minor when the rape took place in June, 2017. According to the post-mortem report, he had suffered serious injuries. "Police is not ready to register FIR of a minor rape victim".