The government also approved the committee’s recommendation to form a two-tier system for identifying endosulfan victims.
The court said that it could not allow any further delay in handing over the houses built several years ago for the families of endosulfan victims.
The trust has volunteered to carry out the necessary repair work, with the Public Works Department reporting that the 36 houses require various repairs.
This year, Kerala Government spent a whopping Rs 18,000 crore as allowances and welfare activities as part of Onam.
The 6,000-odd endosulfan victims in Kasaragod are the worst affected as the monthly payment due to them under the Snehasanthwanam relief scheme has been pending since April.