Saritha had claimed earlier that Swapna Suresh had told her in prison that Kerala Chief Minister Pinarayi Vijayan was not a party in the gold smuggling case.
ED’s move is in view of the latest revelations in the money-laundering case related to gold smuggling.
The solar scam accused sought a copy of Swapna's 164 statement, which the court dismissed on Saturday.
The police have sought legal opinion on whether to arraign Suresh's controversial acquaintance Shaj Kiran as an accused.
The sub-court had ordered Achuthanandan to pay Rs 10.10 lakh in damages, along with the interest, to former CM Oommen Chandy in the case.
Achuthanandan's office, in a Facebook post, said the Principal Sub-Court -I in Thiruvananthapuram pronounced its verdict without considering facts in the case.
The government said the woman has complained that Muhammed had received Rs 40 lakh from her when he was the Power Minister in the government headed by Oommen Chandy during 2011-16.
The case was filed by Abdul Majeed of St Vincent Colony, who accused Saritha of cheating him of Rs 42.70 lakh, promising to install solar panels at his residence and office.
The case, filed by Kozhikode native Abdul Majeed, is that Saritha, Biju Radhakrishnan and their driver Manimon swindled Rs 42.70 lakh from Majeed offering franchisee for solar power plant.
The case is that the the accused defrauded Rs 42.7 lakh from Kozhikode native Abdul Majeed on the promise of installing solar panels at his house and office.