Kozhikode: Upset over the LDF's reluctance to admit it into the front, the Indian National League (INL), which has been waiting on the sidelines for around two decades, has decided to leave the front ahead of the Lok Sabha elections.
The party had earlier decided to hold election conventions on its own in five Lok Sabha constituencies in the state.
A final call on leaving the front will be taken at the State Workers’ Forum scheduled to meet on Tuesday.
According to sources, the party workers and the leadership are in a consensus on leaving the LDF in protest of its reluctance to admit it into the front.
Party sources said that the INL leadership is forced to take the step as it fears waiting any longer will affect the existence of the party.
The party Secretariat that is meeting here Tuesday will discuss all the matters, including breaking all the ties with the LDF, before taking a final decision.