Youth Commission Bill to be made Ordinance
The Kerala State Youth Commission Bill will become an Ordinance, Chief Minister Oommen Chandy said today.
The state youth commission will function on the lines of the National Youth Commission for protecting the rights of the youth.
The ordinance will be issued for giving statutory powers to the commission.
Briefing newspersons on the Cabinet decisions here, he said the Government has accepted the Kerala State Youth Commission bill and it would soon be made an ordinance.
The other 12 ordinances that got lapsed would be re-issued, he added.
The staffs of special units formed for land acquisition in the state would get salary extension for three more months.
The Revenue Secretary has been instructed to submit report to the Cabinet for disbursement of salary as per the need.
The Centre would be requested to increase the support price of Copra by Rs 700 and to cancel the limit of coconut oil that is being exported. At present the limit is fixed at 10,000 metric tons.
The Centre would also be requested to extend the benefits of Vishesh Krishi and Gramin Udyog Yojana to the state and also to remove the restriction in exporting coconut oil.
Dr Roopa Saraswathi, a victim of endosulfan tragedy at Kasaragod will be given posting as Special Ayurveda doctor at Kasaragod Ayurveda Hospital.
She would co-ordinate the treatment and rehabilitation of the victims.
Twelve new posts have been sanctioned to the upgraded PHC at Pallikal and 23 new posts were sanctioned for Traffic Police Unit at Adimali.