The case revolves around the alleged smuggling of Rs1.3 crore by a former officer of the UAE consulate in Thiruvananthapuram to Muscut in Oman.
A total of Rs 66.60 crore has been imposed on 44 accused, including two former diplomats of the UAE Consulate in Thiruvananthapuram.
The directorate attached the movable and the immovable properties worth Rs 5.38 crore along with the bank balances held in Swapna Suresh's name.
Directorate of Revenue Intelligence had performed the operation with Air Customs.
She claimed that Sivasankar had even considered posting her in Bengaluru to assist Veena’s company, ‘Exalogic Solutions’
The court also criticised the Enforcement Directorate for not arresting Swapna and Sarith in the first phase of the investigation.
The racket was busted with the seizure of gold worth about Rs 15 crore from the UAE Consulate's diplomatic baggage at the Thiruvananthapuram airport on July 5, 2020.
Govindan is filing the petition against Swapna Suresh for the alleged defamatory remarks made against him through a Facebook live session.
The court made these remarks while passing the order rejecting former Principal Secretary M Sivasankar's bail plea in the same case.
Swapna openly challenged Govindan's legal notice and declared that she would not pay even a penny in damages.