Rampal and Meena have been named as key prosecution witnesses by Delhi Police.
On June 6 this year, Dhananjay was put on trial by the court for the offence of destruction of evidence.
Singh and wife were arrested on November 5, 2013 in connection with the death of their 35-year-old maid Rakhi Bhadra.
According to the sources, the woman had deposed in the court that no harm was done to her by Singh and he did not rape her.
Additional Sessions Judge Lokesh Kumar Sharma allowed the bail plea of Dhananjay on a personal bond of Rs 1 lakh and a surety of the same amount.
Dhananjay, who declared total assets of over Rs 2.5 crore in his affidavit, visited the election office twice to file his nomination in two sets.
A bench led by Justice B S Chauhan granted bail to Singh to enable him to file nomination from Jaunpur constituency and campaign.
Singh has been facing trial under various provisions of IPC relating to rape, voluntarily causing hurt and criminal intimidation.
The court had earlier framed charges against Singh under various provisions of the IPC relating to rape, voluntarily causing hurt and criminal intimidation.
ASJ Lokesh Kumar Sharma granted interim bail to Dhananjay, a sitting MP from Uttar Pradesh’s Jaunpur constituency.
Dhananjay was charge sheeted for various offences under IPC, including alleged destruction the evidence and abetment of the offence of murder and attempt to murder.
The Delhi Police Friday filed its chargesheet against BSP MP Dhananjay Singh on counts of rape, hurt and criminal intimidation.
Dhananjay and his wife Jagriti are currently lodged in Tihar Jail under judicial custody.
A Delhi court Tuesday issued production warrants against BSP MP Dhananjay Singh and his wife Jagriti Singh,currently lodged in jail under judicial custody in connection with the murder of their maid.
Dhananjay and Jagriti were arrested on November 5 in connection with the death of their maid.