New Delhi July 4 (ANI): The National Executive meeting of the Janata Dal (Secular) has decided to remain with the Left Democratic Front (LDF) in Kerala.
Speaking to the media here to day after the meeting of party's national executive committee, former Prime Minister and JDS chief H. D. Deve Gowda said any unit or individual who move, against the decision of the national executive will have to face action.
He also said the meeting has also decided to order its MLAs in Kerala to sit with the legislatures of LDF. The Party's Kerala unit will submit a letter in this regard to the Speaker of the Kerala Assembly.
Today's decision has put the party on the verge of a split again as its Kerala unit leader M. P. Veerendra Kumar is already opposing any alliance with LDF.
Veerendra Kumar left the party in 2006 opposing the formation of JDS and BJP government in Karnataka under the leadership of Kumarswamy.
The LDF in Kerala had denied ticket to Veerendra Kumar, which made him to stay away from campaigning during the of recently concluded general elections. (ANI)