Munawar was arrested on January 1 just before he was about to start his performance at a cafe in Indore.
The Indore bench of the Madhya Pradesh High Court had granted interim bail to Sadaqat Khan (23) and Nalin Yadav (25) the day before.
A single bench comprising Justice Rohit Arya gave the relief to Sadaqat Khan (23) and Nalim Yadav (25) based on parity after their plea referred to the Supreme Court order of February 5.
Do you want to spread love or hate on internet?: Comedian Munawar Faruqui drops new video after month in jail
Munawar in his 10-minutes-long video shares a very important message -- a message for his fans, for those who 'hate him' and for those who are 'privileged' not to know who he is.
As per the High Court's order, the district court on Saturday ordered the release of Vyas and Anthony on a bail of Rs 50,000 and a surety of the same amount.
Faruqui, who was arrested on January 1 and was in jail since January 2, was set free on bail last week.
The prosecution officer informed that Munawar Faruqui moved an application before the CJM court on Wednesday seeking exemption from personal appearance.
Of six persons arrested in the case, only Munawar Faruqui and another accused -- who was found to be a minor -- are out on bail.
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Faruqui, who was released from jail after 35 days on interim bail a case of allegedly hurting religious sentiments, has said he has full faith in the judiciary and hopes to get justice.
Faruqui was released from the Indore Central Jail late Saturday night after prison authorities checked Friday's bail order of the Supreme Court on its website, a jail official earlier said.
In the call on Saturday night, Indore's Chief Judicial Magistrate (CJM) asked the Central Prison authorities here in Madhya Pradesh to check the SC's website for the bail order.
Despite being granted intermit bail by the Supreme Court, the 30-year-old stand-up comedian was still kept behind bars due to a "lack of clarity" on a UP court's production warrant.
The 30-year-old stand-up comedian could have to spend a couple of days more in the Indore Jail, as the authorities are yet to get official intimation from the Chief Judicial Magistrate
Faruqui hadn't even performed at the show, where he is alleged to have made the offensive remarks about Hindu deities, says the comedian's father-in-law.
Faruqui and four others were arrested on January 1 following a complaint by a BJP MLA's son that alleged objectionable remarks about Hindu deities and Union Home Minister Amit Shah.