The KPCC has also asked each unit to constitute panels to iron out differences within the party.
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.
Sudhakaran accused the ruling Left government of doing nothing for resolving the issue.
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.
Senior Congress leaders G Rathikumar and KP Anil Kumar had announced their resignation from the party this week. They joined the CPM today to a rousing welcome on Wednesday.
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.
Sudhakaran said there was no need of Tariq Anwar, the AICC general secretary in charge of Kerala, to come to the state for reconciliatory talks now.
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.
The KPCC chief has found the support of the opposition leader at a time when there is a rift within the party of the selection of DCC presidents
The ruling CPM's assembly election review report contains specific references indicting the veteran leader in connection with the campaign.