The hashish oil, recovered on Tuesday night, is estimated to be valued at Rs 3 crore in the international market.
Pinarayi had received the first jab of the COVID-19 a few days before he fell sick, though he didn't exhibit its symptoms.
The Vigilance, which had reached Shaji’s two houses at 10am on Monday, completed their check only by 2 pm on Tuesday.
All the 14 fishermen on the boat, named Rabba, are from outside Kerala, sources say.
The raids that began at 7am in Kozhikode and 10am at Kannur on Monday, went on till late in the night.
Ratheesh’s mother Padmini approached the Kannur city police commissioner with a complaint saying her son committed suicide after he had been falsely implicated in the Mansoor murder case.
Namaz in mosques will be held adhering to COVID-19 protocol like in 2020.
Vigilance sources said raids were being conducted in the MLA's houses near Maloorkunnu and Chirakkal in Kannur from early Monday morning.
Forensic surgeons, who had conducted Ratheesh's autopsy, made some suspicious references, including internal hemorrhage and excessive pressure on the lungs, which were not normally found in suicide cases.
On Sunday, Kozhikode district reported 1,243 COVID-19 cases and the test positivity rate stood at 16 per cent.