It was decided to create 190 police constable-driver posts in the police department.

Financial assistance
A financial assistance of Rs.10 lakhs was sanctioned to Jiji.T.T, R/o Melechinnar, Idukki, whose house and cow-shed were destroyed in the floods occurred in 2018 and 2019. The financial assistance of Rs.10 lakhs was sanctioned by merging the Rs.6 lakhs from Chief Minister’s Distress Relief Fund and Rs.4 lakhs available (SDRF-1,30,000/-, CMDRF-2,70,000/-) for construction of house as per the norms of Disaster Response Fund.

Administrative sanction
Administrative sanction was extended to the following projects under the development packages for Kasargod and Wayanad

Kasargod package –
Bandadukka-Veettiyadi-Chamundikunnu-Balanthode road: Rs.8.50 crores
Periya-Odayanchal road: Rs.6 crores
Chalikkal-Meengoth-Ambalathara road: 5.64 crores

Wayanad package –
Production of pure milk/distribution of hygiene kit: Rs.4.28 crores

Cabinet status
It was decided to give cabinet status to Dr.K.M.Abraham, Chief Principal Secretary to Chief Minister

It was decided to appoint Jorty M.Chacko as the Chief Executive Officer of Kerala bank. The appointment was done as per the recommendation of the selection committee headed by the Chief Secretary, consequent to the completion of the tenure of the current Chief Executive Officer.

It was decided to appoint S.Sanop KAS on deputation as the Head, Innovation & Research in Kerala State IT Mission for a period of one year.

It was decided to appoint 6 employees who possess the prescribed qualifications and come under the specified age limit in the Pariyaram Medical College Public School, which was taken over by the government.

Release of land
Permission was extended to release land to the legal heirs of six families who have been living in the land owned by Seetharam Textiles, Thrissur from 1958 onwards. The release of the land will be done by charging the price of land as per the relevant norms.

Pay revision
It was decided to implement 11th pay revision to the employees of State Science Technology & Environment Committee.

It was decided to give five years relaxation in the upper age limit to ex-servicemen for appointment to Munsiff Magistrates posts. The decision was taken by amending the Kerala Judicial Service Rules 1991.