The KPCC has also asked each unit to constitute panels to iron out differences within the party.
Meanwhile, the Congress chief said even after repeated requests to the Chief Minister to take steps against incidents affecting communal harmony, the government refuses to act.
The All India Congress Committee had last month published the list of 14 DCC chiefs in the state, following which the disgruntled leaders had made the remarks on TV talk shows.
The State unit of the CPM has virtually given a blanket ban on party leaders and cadres from interfering with the work of the Kerala Government in any manner.
The Congress party in Kerala is set for challenging ahead as the K Sudhakaran has decided to give the once-behemoth a makeover with out-of-the-box ideas.
The party leadership has decided not to offer KPCC office-bearer roles to those who had held the posts of vice-president and general secretary for five years.
The development comes a day after another senior leader Anil Kumar split from the party and joined rival CPM. Anil Kumar had hinted that more leaders from Congress are expected to exit the party.
Anilkumar was a former President of the Kerala unit of the Youth Congress. He was associated with the Congress for the past 43 years.
KPCC chief K Sudhakaran has also called for a host of other changes in the functioning of the party, including the formation of disciplinary committees.
KPCC president K Sudhakaran said that all panchayats in Kerala ruled by the UDF would adopt the Mathur model and ask citizens to refrain from using 'sir' and 'madam' to address functionaries.