A bench headed by Chief Justice Ranjan Gogoi said, 'we do not find any grounds to entertain the plea of Yadav'.
A bench headed by Chief Justice Ranjan Gogoi asked the counsel for EC to seek instructions and apprise it by tomorrow.
The returning officer rejected Yadav's nomination papers citing his failure to submit a certificate that he was not sacked for either corruption or disloyalty.
Yadav was sacked by the BSF in 2017 after posting a video on social media complaining about the quality of food served to the personnel.
The Bhim Army chief said he will be in Varanasi over the weekend to campaign in favour of the BSF jawan who was sacked for his video complaining about food quality in 2017.
Yadav, who was sacked by the BSF in 2017 after posting a video on social media complaining about the quality of food served to the personnel, had publicly evinced his wish to fight Modi.
Ex-BSF trooper Tej Bahadur Yadav had earlier announced that he will contest as an independent candidate from Varanasi.
The jawan in a 2017 video had complained that poor quality food was being served to the troops in the mountainous region along the Line of Control.
It is learnt that Rohit Yadav allegedly shot himself in his room at their residence in Madhu Vihar locality of Rewari.
Yadav is facing a Court of Inquiry (CoI) for allegedly indulging in indiscipline by posting the video online in contravention of service conditions and bypassing proper channel.
The move has not been seen kindly by Yadav's family which alleged that the trooper was being "threatened and tortured mentally".
A video by Tej Bahadur had complained about the quality of food and it had gone viral, triggering a flurry of reactions.
BSF says Yadav has been involved in various incidents of indiscipline even leaving place of posting without official order.
Yadav's outburst has caused a storm on social media with many coming forward to express their support.