The Madhya Pradesh High Court on Monday dismissed bail plea of Congress MLA Shakuntala Khatik and Venus Goyal.
The Congress MLA is facing charges of provoking her supporters to torch a police station during farmers' stir in Madhya Pradesh.
On June 19, Khatik was denied anticipatory bail by a local court.
Karera additional sessions judge Sanjeev Jain had dismissed Khatik’s anticipatory bail plea filed by her counsel P D Gupta.
Karera police in Shivpuri district had registered a case against the woman MLA and some others after a video purportedly showing the legislator instigating her supporters to torch a police station on June 8 went viral.
The video was shot when Khatik was leading a protest near Karera police station against the killing of farmers in police firing in Mandsaur.
During the protest, police had tried to douse a burning effigy of Chief Minister Shivraj Singh Chouhan, drenching Khatik in the process.
The MLA had then held a dharna outside the police station. The video showed her asking her supporters to set the police station on fire.