THIRUVANANTHAPURAM: Chief Minister V.S. Achuthanandan has said the government will carefully deal with the protests against the non-bailable warrant issued against Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) leader Abdul Nasir Maudany.
The Chief Minister was replying to questions at his weekly Cabinet briefing here on Wednesday about the warrant issued by a local court in Bangalore and the State governments stand on any move to execute the warrant.
�The government will meticulously do what is required. Home Minister Kodiyeri Balakrishnan has already stated the governments stand in the matter, he said.
The Chief Minister said the Cabinet had approved a panel of 15 sub judges and district magistrates for appointment as district judges.
The exemption granted to Scheduled Castes from affixing court fee stamp on applications for various certificates from local self-governments would be extended to Scheduled Tribes also.
The Cabinet had also approved creation of 180 posts, including that of three joint secretaries and 44 deputy directors and 44 audit officers, as part of restructuring of the Local Fund Audit Department.