The court rejected his bail plea on Jul 9 on the grounds that there was "no prima facie case to grant him anticipatory bail."
Madani and 31 others were issued charge sheet for their alleged involvement in the blasts that left a woman dead and 20 others injured in the Bangalore blasts on Jul 25, 2008.
Madani said he was being implicated in the case with "certain ulterior motives and to secure the interests of certain vested interests."
He also claimed it was in the interest of some agencies "to create terrorists" as only then they could justify their relevance.
Madani, however, said he had total faith in the judiciary and would continue the legal battle to prove his innocence. He told that he would approach the High Court with his bail plea.
He urged his followers, who were continuing a fast "seeking justice for Madani," not to get provoked if he was arrested and put behind bars.