The Madhya Pradesh (MP) High Court on Friday granted interim bail to Nalin Yadav and Sadakat Khan who were arrested along with comedian Munawar Faruqui in the case registered against them by the Madhya Pradesh Police for allegedly insulting religious sentiments..Bail was granted by Justice Rohit Arya in the light of the judgment passed by the Supreme Court on February 5 granting bail to Faruqui. Advocate Asshar Warsi appeared on behalf of Khan. Earlier, the District and Sessions court at Indore had , on February 9, rejected the bail application moved by Khan, who has been in custody since January 1, 2021. Sadakat and Yadav, who were arrested along with the comedian Faruqui, Edwin Anthony, Prakhar Vyas and Priyam Vyas have been charged for offences under Sections 295A, 298, 269, 188 and 34 of the Indian Penal Code. The First Information Report was filed in the Tukoganj Police Station. .[MUNAWAR FARUQUI CASE] Bail of co-accused Sadakat Khan rejected for the second time by Indore court.Justice Arya had earlier granted bail to two other co-accused, Prakhar Vyas and Edwin Anthony on February 12. This was also in the light of the judgment passed by the Supreme Court on February 5 granting bail to Faruqui. .[Munawar Faruqui] Madhya Pradesh High Court grants ad-interim bail to co-accused Prakhar Vyas, Edwin Anthony."Applicant is held entitled for temporary bail maintaining parity in the light of the order dated February 5, 2021 passed by the Supreme Court. Accordingly, the applicant is hereby enlarged on temporary bail on the conditions to the satisfaction of the trial Court with further condition that applicant shall not indulge himself into any such activity subversive to public order," the High Court had said, while granting bail to Edwin and Prakhar.[BREAKING] Supreme Court grants ad-interim bail to comedian Munawar Faruqui [Read Order].The Supreme Court granted interim bail to Munawar on February 5 after which the others accused filed their bail application before the concerned courts.Supreme Court's order granting bail to Faruqui came after the Madhya Pradesh High Court had initially denied bail to Faruqui. The High Court order denying bail to Faruqui was also passed by the same judge, Justice Rohit Arya. The Supreme Court while granting bail to Faruqui had also stayed the production warrants issued by Uttar Pradesh Police against Faruqui in a separate case.“The learned counsel has pointed out to us that quite apart from the fact that the allegations made in the FIR are vague that the procedure contained in Section 41 Cr.P.C. as adumbrated by our judgment in Arnesh Kumar Vs. State of Bihar & Anr., reported in (2014) 8 SCC 273 has not been followed before arresting the petitioner. This being the case, we issue notice in both the petitions, and stay the Judgment of the High Court. The petitioner is released on ad-interim bail on conditions to the satisfaction of the trial court. In the meantime, there shall be stay of the production warrants as well," the Supreme Court had said.