Ihavandhoo MP Mohamed Abdulla, who is being investigated, has received a notice to appear at the police station on Thursday as well.
He received the notice when he appeared at the police station on Wednesday. He was summoned on Tuesday as well.
The MP is accused of offering bribes to employees of various state institutions and influencing their official duties in an attempt to alter the functionings of the institutions in line with the Supreme Court order issued on February 1.
Abdulla denied the accusation saying that it was a politically motivated, false accusation. He said that no matter how many times he gets arrested, jailed, or is stripped of his parliamentary seat, he will continue to oppose the unlawful activities of the Yameen administration.
Police arrested the MP on Sunday and confiscated his mobile phone.
He later said raised questions about the manner in which he was arrested, saying that he was arrested on Buruzu Magu by a group of police officers in plainclothes and was taken to police headquarters in a private car.
The MP has been playing an active role in the opposition and has been arrested several times.