Delhi Police today recovered three electronic devices, used for making the 'objectionable CD', from ousted Aam Aadmi Party minister Sandeep Kumar's residence.
The three electronic devices, including a mobile phone, have been sent to the laboratory for forensic examination.
According to the police, the devices were surreptitiously used to film the video at the AAP leader's residence in Sultanpuri in northwest Delhi. In the video, the minister is seen in a compromising position with a woman, who had gone to him for a ration card.
Police also said that the MLA, who has been booked on rape charges, was not providing full co-operation in the probe.
Sandeep Kumar was arrested after the woman, in the video, accused him of spiking her drink and assaulting her, during her visit to his home. Following the incident, AAP chief Arvind Kejriwal immediately sacked the minister.