Kerala Chief Minister Pinarayi Vijayan had ordered a probe against ED officials who allegedly pressurised two prime accused in the gold smuggling case to confess against Vijayan.
Sulthana was interrogated by the Kavaratti police on Sunday, Wednesday and Thursday in connection with the case registered on the basis of a complaint filed by a BJP leader in the Islands.
Expressing concern over the high treatment charges in private hospitals, the court had emphasised the need for rationalising COVID-19 treatment tariff in such facilities in the state.
A High Court bench stayed the order to close down dairy farms in the island and another order to remove chicken and other meat products from children’s mid-day meals.
The Kerala High Court has given permission for the lower courts to hold limited physical hearing of cases as lockdown restrictions have been eased in the state.
The proposal was initiated by the administration after several litigations were moved before the Kerala High Court against the decisions taken by the islands' new administrator Praful Khoda Patel.
At the Kochi airport, Sultana said she has done no wrong while she appeared on a Malayalam TV channel and spoke about the spread of COVID in the island.
The allegation is that the filmmaker made an assertion that the central government has used biological weapon against the people of Lakshadweep.
The police told the court that Sulthana's apprehension that she would be arrested was unwarranted.