The news comes after Solo was arrested in a Walmart parking lot in North Carolina earlier this month and charged with impaired driving, resisting arrest and misdemeanor child abuse.
The protesters would stay in the affected area, designated as uninhabitable by officials, until steps are taken for their immediate rehabilitation.
The state government claims that the rehabilitation and compensation packages have been implemented effectively.
The names of many ineligible people have crept into the voluntary rehabilitation scheme for private parties living in forest areas.
At least 1,700 persons from the Peerumade Taluk have been rehabilitated to eight camps, said Idukki RDO MK Shaji.
The officials are in search for suitable land elsewhere to rehabilitate the affected families.
There are 428 camps operational in Kerala and Revenue Minister K Rajan said that the state was prepared to open more if needed.
Under the Life Mission, 2.5 lakh houses have been provided to the beneficiaries and the scheme was continuing successfully, the Chief Minister said.
Each family would be granted Rs 10 lakh. Of this, Rs 6 lakh would be to buy the property and Rs 4 lakh would be for building the house.
Out of the 24 families staying at ‘Alakkukuzhi, 20 families will be given new houses.