June 1958

June 2

Kerala government orders to distribute 4 lakh rupees to the weaver’s Co-operative Societies in Malabar area.

June 5

An ordinance guaranteeing MLAs from Malabar area to vote in the Devaswom Board members’ election is sent to centre for approval.

Kerala government appointed a full time pleader for trade unions before industrial tribunal.

June 6

Enquiry Commission started interrogation on the food poison in Kerala and Madras states.

Stay of eviction amendment bill turned law

June 9

Twenty seven new high schools in kerala, 18 in Malabar area.

June 10

Kerala Electricity Board decides to give electricity to 42 regions.

June 11

Twenty five rupees allowances for those who undergo birth control operations

June 13

Mid-day meals for primary school in Kozhikode districts from June 16. Advance bill sanctioned for the programme.

June 14

Government decides to increase allowance of higher trained teachers to Rs. 40-120.

June 17

Kerala government passes an order keeping the issue of distributing relief fund for the expelled tile factory workers for adjudication before Ernakulam industrial tribunal.

June 18

Central Home Ministry informed that the High Court Bill passed by Kerala Assembly and waiting for President’s consent has been sent back by the President for certain amendments.

June 19

Kerala government consents a proposal for establishing agricultural co-operative societies .75% of the share capital will be given in advance and will lend money for agricultural expenses.

June 23

Government order on salary revision. Salary hike to last grade workers, policemen, excise forest guards and clerks.

Special dearness allowance to one lakh employees,” says Achuthamenon.

Kerala government decides to help a private company who is willing to start a new cement pipe factory.

June 25

State government publishes a bill defining and unifying the laws concerning the chitties.

June 26

Kerala government passes an order unifying the service conditions of PWD workers of Malabar Thiru Kochi workers.

June 28

Rs 1, 50,000 sanctioned for the relief of the people in coastal areas.

June 30

Kerala Assembly convened.