The Speaker said it was improper to carry out a discussion in the Assembly on the basis of alleged statements given by accused in a case.
However, his condition is stable and he will be shifted from the ICU on Wednesday based on the progress in the health condition, said hospital sources.
Opposition Leader Ramesh Chennithala too came down heavily on the speaker, urging him to step down and publicly reveal the details of the interrogation.
Speaker P Sreeramakrishnan failed to appear before the customs for interrogation in connection with the dollar smuggling case on Thursday.
The Speaker has been under the radar of the agencies after the gold-smuggling accused Swapna Suresh and Sarith P S reportedly gave statements against him.
The Customs probing the dollar smuggling case on Wednesday issued a notice to Speaker P Sreeramakrishnan, asking him to appear for interrogation on April 8.
The CM too has been saying that the national agencies are targeting his government and hampering development in the state.
According to her deposition before the ED deputy director at the jail on December 15, 2020, Sreeramakrishnan had told her that he had an investment in Middle East College.
According to the deposition, the Speaker had planned to set up a branch of the Oman-based Middle East College — in which he allegedly has stakes — in Sharjah.
The ED attached the statements of prime accused in the gold smuggling case Swapna Suresh, Sandeep Nair and Sarith P S containing details of the case and allegations against Sreeramakrishnan.