The bar councils sought the court's direction for at least Rs 10 lakh compensation to the advocate who has received gunshot injury on his chest near the shoulder and Rs 5 lakhs each to the other injured advocates.
On reaching Agra, the tourist contacted the hotel he had initially booked and was informed that the city was not closed and that he had been cheated, following which he filed a complaint at Mandir Marg police station in the matter.
The police team recovered mobile phones along with 29 sims from the two accused and also seized fake stickers of numerous high-end products such as smartwatches and mobiles which they were planning to use for fraud in the days ahead.
The Centre had filed the review petition asking it to rethink its verdict after a backlash from the SC/ST community against the decision, which resulted in widespread protests across the country.
The incident of the video has gone viral on social media in which the victim can be heard saying that "India was a Hindu Rashtra where Muslims are not welcome."
The Special Investigation Team (SIT) headed by IG Naveen Arora also arrested three friends of the woman on charges of trying to extort Rs 5 crore from Chinmayanand, criminal intimidation, causing the disappearance of evidence and sending offensive messages to him.
Chidambram was arrested by CBI in the INX Media case on Aug 21 and sent to CBI custody for interrogation. Last week, a CBI court sent Chidambaram to judicial custody in Tihar Jail till September 19.
Congress party had accused the government of "fabricating its political opponents in false cases to divert people's attention from its massive failures" and said it had resorted to "high-handed tactics" in arresting their party leader.
According to the police, another accused Obashi Paul Obgana managed to escape by dodging the police. The investigation into the matter is underway.
The Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI) had registered an FIR alleging irregularities in the Foreign Investment Promotion Board (FIPB) clearance given to INX Media to the tune of Rs 305 crore in 2007 when Chidambaram was the Union Finance Minister.