Counsels representing the accused, Minister V Sivankutty and five other LDF leaders, told the court that the damages in the Assembly were caused by pushing and shoving.
Chief Judicial Magistrate R Rekha rejected the lawyers' plea on the ground that they were neither the de-facto complainants nor the informers in the case and therefore, they had no interest in the matter.
The alleged incident has been reported just weeks after a fish seller, Alphonsa, in Attingal complained that Municipal authorities threw away the fish she was selling on the wayside.
The Opposition members held up banners calling for the chief minister's resignation and raised slogans.
His brother and former minister, the late Thomas Chandy, was more pragmatic inside the Assembly.
The Opposition had posed serious questions about the police action in a tribal hamlet in Attappady, Palakkad, on August 8.
The Opposition accused the LDF government of abandoning its disaster management, risk mitigation and rehabilitation responsibilities in Kavalappara, Puthumala and Pettimudi.
The health minister said that low-intensity controls will have to be retained as more than 50% of the population were still potentially vulnerable to the virus.
This will allow the free entry of private players into the sector with the state government or the Electricity Regulatory Commission having no control over them, the joint resolution read.
Opposition said the executive order contradicted the policy statement read out by health minister Veena George in the Assembly on August 4.