While granting the bail, the High Court asked Rahul not to enter Pampa for two months.
Rahul was out on bail in the case relating to violence at the Lord Ayyappa temple in Sabarimala on October 17.
As per the bail conditions, Rahul had to report at the police station every Saturday.
Rahul Easwar further said that he would approach the Kerala High Court against the police instruction and return to Sabarimala.
He also claimed the police have unofficially told him that women of child-bearing age would not be allowed to enter Sabarimala.
The allegation was posted on an activist's Facebook page titled 'Inji Pennu'.
The Ayyappa Dharma Sena president has been charged under IPC Section 153 (Wantonly giving provocation with intent to cause riot).
The CDB has never appointed so many non-Brahmins as temple priests.
Sandeepanandagiri told Onmanorama that the attack was a clear attempt by right-wing extremists to eliminate him.
On Wednesday, Rahul had told mediapersons that 20 volunteers were ready to desecrate the shrine spilling their blood, which would force the tantri to close the temple for 3 days.