|Founder||Ebrahim Sulaiman Sait|
|Founded||23 April 1994|
|Split from||Indian Union Muslim League|
|Student wing||National Students' League|
|Youth wing||National Youth League|
|Regional affiliation||Left Democratic Front|
|Kerala Legislative Assembly|
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Indian National League (abbreviated as the I. N. L.) is an Indian political party formed in 1994 under the leadership of the then Indian Union Muslim League leader Ebrahim Sulaiman Sait. The party is currently a member of the Communist Party of India Marxist-led Left Democratic Front in Kerala. Indian National League leader Ahamed Devarkovil, Member of the Legislative Assembly from Kozhikode South Constituency, serves as a minister in the Second Pinarayi Vijayan ministry.
P. M. A. Salam was the first National League candidate to get elected to the Kerala Assembly (2006). Indian National League was formally inducted into the Left Democratic Front in the late 2010s.
The partly currently has two factions (A. P. Abdul Wahab faction and Kasim Irikkur faction).