Meanwhile, the Aluva Police have registered a case on the basis of the complaints filed by the Land Revenue Commissionerate and the Fort Kochi RDO.
Even TRS is of the view that GO 111 should be scrapped and none other than the party head and CM K Chandrashekar Rao supports it.
The submission was made on a petition by Tamil Nadu Teachers Federation General Secretary Vincent Paulraj opposing appointment of surplus secondary grade teachers to the anganwadis.
The State Environment Ministry on June 25 brought out the GO which banned manufacture, sale and use of plastic products with certain specifications from January 1.
As per the GO, the service of 1,353 conductors who were provisional employees in the KSRTC have been ordered to be regularised.
The state government is unheeding to the demands of the protesters and is working on the project by way of taking surveys of lands that are going to acquired and erecting stones on the same lands.