You can seek bail on the grounds of that the lower court has exercised its judicial power in a wrongful manner. under section 439 of CrPC.
If it appears to the court that at any stage of an investigation, inquiry or trial that there are no reasonable grounds for believing that the accused has committed a non-bailable offense, but there are sufficient grounds for further inquiry into his guilt, the accused shall be released on bail.
The court can further provide certain conditions in the bail bond in the interest of justice to ensure the availability of the accused in the trial.
In Gurcharan v State AIR 1978 it was stated that it is necessary for the court to consider whether the evidence discloses prima-facie case to warrant detention of the accused in jail.
The higher courts may grant the bail if lower courts fail to appreciate material evidence submitted and exercise judicial powers arbitrarily.