The Lakshadweep Administration, in its recent reply opposing Sulthana's plea to quash the FIR against her, had contended that the filmmaker was not cooperating with the investigation.
Sulthana alleged that a five-member police team from Lakshadweep carried out a search at her flat in Kakkanad near here and seized her brother's laptop.
Sulthana, an islander, was booked by Lakshadweep police for sedition while she was in Kerala.
Justice Ashok Menon directed her to comply with the notice given by police to appear before the Kavaratti police for interrogation on June 20 in connection with the sedition case.
Sulthana, during a debate in a TV channel, had alleged that the Central govt used biological weapons for spread of COVID in Lakshadweep.