An FIR was lodged against Navlakha and others in January 2018 after the Elgar Parishad held on December 31, 2017 allegedly triggered violence at Koregaon Bhima in Pune district.
The Pune police had booked Navlakha, Teltumbde and several other activists for their alleged involvement in the Bhima Koregoan violence.
The sessions court in Pune also refused to extend the protection from arrest given to him by the Supreme Court.
Additional Sessions Court judge S R Navandar heard the advance bail application of Navlakha, accused of having Maoist links, and reserved his judgement for November 12.
The Bombay High Court had on Monday asked Navlakha to approach the sessions court here for anticipatory bail.
A bench of justices Arun Mishra and Deepak Gupta, however, asked Navlakha to approach the concerned court to seek pre-arrest bail in the case.
The three judges who had recused in the matter are -- Chief Justice of India Ranjan Gogoi and Justices B R Gavai and S Ravindra Bhat, the source said.
The apex court directed the Maharashtra government to place before it the material collected during the ongoing investigation against Navlakha.
On September 30, Chief Justice of India Ranjan Gogoi had recused himself from hearing Navlakha’s plea.
On September 13, the Bombay high court had refused to quash the FIR lodged against Gautam Navlakha in the 2017 Koregaon-Bhima case.
The FIR was lodged against Navlakha and others by the Pune Police in January 2018 after the Elgar Parishad held on December 31, 2017 that had allegedly triggered violence at Koregaon-Bhima.
A caveat means that the party urge the court to not pass any order without hearing it.
Koregaon-Bhima case: Bombay HC refuses to quash case against Gautam Navlakha, wants thorough investigation
The bench dismissed the petition filed by Navlakha seeking to quash the FIR lodged against him by the Pune police in January 2018.
Activist Gautam Navlakha was an accused in the violence which erupted at an event to mark 100 years of the Bhima-Koregaon battle in January 2018.
The Delhi HC freed Navlakha from house arrest saying the Supreme Court last week had given him the liberty to approach the appropriate forum within four weeks to seek further recourse.