The 25-year-old had joined the Congress at a party rally in Gandhinagar on Tuesday and expressed his desire to contest the Lok Sabha polls.
"Not before me," Justice R P Dholaria said while recusing himself.
Therefore, the Patidar leader had moved the high court seeking a stay on the conviction.
Though the high court granted him bail and suspended his two-year sentence in August last year, his conviction was not stayed by the court.
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