New Delhi: The Delhi High Court on Friday rejected the plea of Rajya Sabha MP Amar Singh that the order asking him to furnish a personal bond and two sureties of Rs 50 lakh each as bail condition be modified as other four accused in the 2008 cash-for-vote scam were asked to furnish a bond of Rs 2 lakh each only.

"I am not inclined to modify the earlier order. The application is dismissed," Justice Suresh Kait said.

Singh, granted bail on October 24 in the case on humanitarian grounds in view of critical health condition, was initially asked to furnish a personal bond and two sureties of Rs one crore each.

However, Justice Kait later halved the amount after Singh's lawyers said they were "too high" and it would be difficult for the accused to arrange.

On Friday, the former Samajwadi Party leader again approached the court seeking reduction of the bail amount on the ground of parity that the other accused had furnished a personal and one surety of Rs 2 lakh only.

Sudheendra Kulkarni, former aide of BJP stalwart L K Advani and five others including sitting BJP MP Ashok Argal, were granted bail by another judge of the High Court who asked them to furnish a personal and surety bond of Rs 2 lakh each as pre-condition for bail.

Singh has been booked under the Prevention of Corruption Act and the IPC in the cash-for-vote case.

Besides Singh, other accused in the case are Kulkarni, sitting lawmaker Ashok Argal, former BJP MPs Faggan Singh Kulaste and Mahabir Singh Bhagora and Suhail Hindustani and Sanjeev Saxena.