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 court had dismissed Rao's pleas on April 14, but a detailed order was made available on Friday.
The bench extended the time for the 83-year-old activist to surrender before the Taloja prison authorities by three months, to enable him to undergo cataract surgery.
The octogenarian presently resides at a rented apartment in Mumbai after he was granted medical bail for six months on February 1, 2021.
A division bench of Justices S B Shukre and G A Sanap said if the conditions had not improved then the accused (Rao) would be exposed to more diseases if he was sent back there.
Co-accused professor Anand Teltumbde also mentioned his plea challenging bail rejection order and provisions of UAPA.
The Bombay High Court on Saturday extended till March 3 the `medical bail' granted to poet and activist Varavara Rao, an accused in the Elgar Parishad-Maoist links case.
He was to surrender on September 5, but filed a plea seeking an extension of the bail and later filed another application seeking permanent bail on the ground of ill-health.
A bench of Justices SS Shinde and NR Borkar dismissed the National Investigating Agency's (NIA) request for extending such date of surrender only by a week.
Elgar Parishad-Maoist links case: Bombay High Court gives Varavara Rao time till January 7 to surrender
The HC has extended his bail multiple times due to reasons like the need for further medical care, and time sought by the NIA to get him medically examined.
However, on October 21, 2021, the trial court forfeited the bond of the surety by rejecting the application filed under Section 317 of CrPC and issued NBW returnable by October 28, 2021.
Rao, 82, had been granted interim bail for six months on medical grounds by the HC on February 22 this year.
The court, in its order on Thursday, has also forfeited the surety bond of Rs 50,000, said his counsel Nagi Reddy.
A court in Madhugiri in Tumakuru district, Karnataka, has issued NBW against activist and revolutionary poet Varavara Rao.
As part of the stringent conditions imposed on his interim bail by the HC, Rao has been staying with his wife at a rented accommodation in Mumbai.