The order was given by high court's Indore bench Justice T K Kaushal on a petition filed by Saraswati (90) seeking to quash the complaint against him pending in a lower court.
The high court has fixed November 28 as the next date of hearing in the matter, Ashvin Adhyaru, lawyer of complainant Rajesh Shivsangia, said.
Shivsangia (50), who runs a men's beauty parlour, had filed a complaint in the district court against Saraswati on June 25 and also submitted a CD of his alleged controversial statements.
The complainant had alleged that Swaroopanand's statements had deeply hurt the religious feelings of a large number of Sai Baba devotees, therefore a case under IPC's section 298 (uttering words, etc with deliberate intent to wound the religious feelings of any person) should be registered against him.

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