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1959

April 1

Production units to be set up in Village, block, Taluks, district to increase production.

April 2

Budget concludes. Industrial Relations Bill presented. The assembly will have its next session on April 16 to discuss about Agrarian relations Bill.

April 3

• Minister Krishna Iyer requested the people to have peaceful demonstrations and meetings on April 5.

• Kerala Lease & Rent Control Bill passed.

April 6

Salary hike for specialist teachers in Malabar area. The price has been hiked from 35-80 Rs to 40-120 Rs.

April 11

Kerala Government submits a coir development project worth 246 lakhs before Central Government for permission.


April 16

Kerala Assembly deliberation on Agrarian Relations Bill and recommendation being passed for about thousand amendments.

April 17

Kerala Court fee and Suit valuation Bill passed.


April 24

Assembly passed a resolution to send the Industrial Relations Bill to select Committees.

April 25

• India Gandhi said the Congress leaders not to criticize the Communist government without any concrete reason.

• Ban on intoxicating liquor not to be disseminated, Revenue Minister declares government policy

• Government thinks to take action against the school managers who breaks the law, “states Educational minister in Assembly

April 27

Deliberations on Agrarian Relations Bill concluded. Department wise deliberations started.


April 28

“Detention system will be taken away”, states Educational Minister in Assembly.

April 29

Amendment on Agrarian Relation bill. New definition to family which includes husband, wife and their unmarried children. The word ‘unmarried’ is newly added.