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.
Earlier this year, the NIA had opposed the bail plea of Babu who was arrested in July 2020, claiming that he actively participated in activities to promote Naxalism and to overthrow the government.
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.
Navlakha had told the high court that Taloja prison is overcrowded and the conditions and environment of the jail are not compatible with his health.
The activist in his petition filed through his advocate said his case stands on par with that of co-accused Sudha Bharadwaj, who was granted default bail by the high court.
The court also noted that as per its August 10 order, it was directed that Rao shall not leave the area of Greater Mumbai without express permission from the trial court.
The court observed that the medical condition of Rao, currently out on interim bail on health grounds, has not improved to such an extent that the relief granted earlier to him be withdrawn.
Rao's plea had stated that 'any further incarceration would ring the death knell for him as advancing age and deteriorating health are a fatal combination'.
The 83-year-old, who has challenged the Bombay High Court order rejecting his petition for permanent medical bail, is currently on interim bail on medical grounds and was to surrender on July 12.
The top court is also slated to hear Rao's plea for permanent medical bail. He has challenged the Bombay High Court order rejecting his petition for permanent medical.
The plea said Rao has challenged the high court order as he was not granted an extension of bail despite his advanced age and precarious health condition.
A three-judge bench of justices U U Lalit, S Ravindra Bhat and Sudhanshu Dhulia is likely to take up the matter.
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Navlakha, Gorkhe and other accused in the case are currently lodged in Taloja Jail in neighbouring Navi Mumbai.
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