The Delhi High Court on Monday granted two weeks' interim bail to former Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) MLA and Unnao rape case convict Kuldeep Singh Sengar to attend his daughter's wedding. .The order was passed by a Division Bench of Justices Mukta Gupta and Poonam A Bamba which permitted Sengar to be on bail from January 27 to February 10.Sengar's another plea seeking interim bail in the case of custodial death of the Unnao rape victim's father will be considered on January 19. .Kuldeep Sengar had moved the High Court seeking bail for two months on account of his daughter's wedding scheduled in February..The bench had sought the Central Bureau of Investigation's (CBI) response in December and directed it to verify the facts stated in Sengar's bail application and file a status report in the matter by today. .A Delhi court, had in December 2019, sentenced Sengar to life imprisonment in the 2017 Unnao rape case. The CBI court had also imposed a fine of ₹25 lakh on Sengar..The Unnao rape survivor, a minor, was allegedly kidnapped and raped by Sengar between June 11 and June 20, 2017. She was then sold for ₹60,000, after which she was recovered at the Maakhi police station.The survivor was thereafter continuously threatened and warned by the police officials against speaking out, as instructed by Sengar.An FIR finally came to be recorded against Sengar, and he was finally arrested pursuant to an order passed by the Allahabad High Court..The case took a controversial turn after a lorry without a number plate rammed into the car in which the victim was travelling. The victim and her lawyer were critically injured, while two of her aunts passed away.In August 2019, the Supreme Court transferred the trial in four cases relating to the Unnao rape case to Delhi and ordered that the same be held on a day-to-day basis and completed within 45 days.In December 2021, a Delhi court had discharged Sengar from the collision case after finding no prima facie evidence that he orchestrated the accident..Senior Advocates N Hariharan and Pramod Kumar Dubey appeared for Sengar. CBI was represented through advocate Nikhil Goel.