Teltumbde is the third of the 16 accused arrested in the case to be released on bail.
73-year-old Teltumbde is the third accused among 16 arrested in the case to be released on bail. He was lodged at the Taloja prison in Navi Mumbai since his arrest in the case in April 2020.
SG urged the bench to hear the plea in next few days since the HCs bail order was on hold only for a week.
The plea contended that the high court has conducted a roving inquiry and a mini-trial by intricately examining the evidence on record which is contrary to the law laid down by this court.
The Bombay HC had granted bail to Teltumbde last Friday, noting that there was no evidence to show that he was an active member of the banned outfit CPI (Maoist) or had indulged in any terrorist act.
On November 10, the Supreme Court, in response to his application, directed that he be put under house arrest for a month with certain conditions.
He was immediately taken to a building in Navi Mumbai's Belapur-Agroli area by a police team where he would be staying.
The bench of Justices KM Joseph and Hrishikesh Roy, however, ordered some additional security measures to be put in place where Navlakha will be kept.
Teltumbde had approached the HC last year against the rejection of his bail plea by a special NIA Court.
The top court said both the pleas of the probe agency and the accused will be listed together before a bench headed by Justice K M Joseph.
It will take a minimum of six weeks to secure solvency certificate in respect of surety to be provided as a precondition for house arrest of the activist.
Elgar Parishad case: Four days after SC order, activist Navlakha yet to be placed under house arrest
The Supreme Court, on November 10, allowed Navlakha to be put under house arrest for a month with certain conditions and said its order should be implemented within 48 hours.
In December 2020, Navlakha's partner Sahba Husain said the former's spectacles were stolen in jail and when his family sent him a new pair, the jail authorities refused to accept them.
The 70-year-old activist cannot use a mobile phone, Internet, or laptop while he is under house arrest but the top court has permitted him to use a mobile provided by cops once a day for 10 minutes.
A bench of justices K M Joseph and Hrishikesh Roy said it will pass the order Thursday after hearing the ASG.
The top court had directed the Taloja jail superintendent to immediately shift Navlakha, jailed in connection with the Elgar Parishad-Maoist link case, to Mumbai's Jaslok hospital for treatment.
The NIA had also alleged that Jagtap was spreading activities of the CPI (Maoist) in urban areas.
The 70-year-old activist has appealed the apex court against the April 26 order of the Bombay High Court dismissing his plea for house arrest over apprehensions of lack of adequate medical care.
While Navlakha and Babu are currently in jail under judicial custody, Bharadwaj is out on bail.
The 70-year-old Navlakha said that he was denied a chair, a pair of slippers, his spectacles, and a PG Wodehouse book by the prison superintendent.