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.
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.
Activist Jyoti Jagtap is accused of singing and raising provocative slogans at the Elgar Parishad conclave along with other members of the Kabir Kala Manch group.
The high court said it finds it difficult to hold there was any factual error in its earlier judgement and requires a review.
The HC rejected the petition filed by the three accused - Varavara Rao, Arun Ferreira and Vernon Gonsalves - challenging a previous order of the high court that refused to grant them default bail.
The activist, through his lawyers Sathyanarayanan and Neeraj Yadav, filed a discharge application before special NIA judge DE Kothalikar.
The court had dismissed Rao's pleas on April 14, but a detailed order was made available on Friday.
Justice Sadhana Jadhav on Tuesday said that she must recuse herself from hearing the cases and that no Elgar Parishad or Koregaon Bhima case matters be placed before her.