Kappan said that the party will request 3 seats, including Pala, from the UDF for the upcoming Assembly elections.
The latest court order comes on a day whn Jose K Mani is scheduled to launch a foot march in the Pala constituency ahead of the assembly polls.
The demand was placed before the CPM, the leading partner of the front, during a discussion held at party state headquarters, AKG Centre, in the capital.
If Kappan is allotted the poll symbol of the Congress as is rumoured, the Pala contest would be tough for Jose K Mani.
The leaders have held unofficial discussions head of the LDF meeting scheduled to begin on Wednesday.
In 2015, when he was the CPM state secretary, Kodiyeri Balakrishnan had demanded that a case should be registered against Jose K Mani for sexual harassment.
With the resignation it is evident that he could be in the fray in the Kerala Assembly Election this summer as a candidate of the Kerala Congress (Mani) of which he is the chairman.
Mani C Kappen and a few other leaders are reportedly planning to leave the Left front and join the Congress-led United Democratic Front (UDF).
These four personalities were shortlisted from the initial list of 10 noted figures based on votes given by the public.
The results have come as a big relief for Jose K Mani who left and joined the LDF shortly before the local body elections.