Muneer left Salam red-faced by repeatedly welcoming the ban on Popular Front of India.
The catechism book describes several ways being used by Muslim youths to lure Christian girls. The book also urges believers to inform the diocese's helpline numbers if they know someone has fallen prey to the 'love Jihad'.
The leaders of Haritha have threatened to move court against the IUML for disbanding its state committee for going public with a sexual harassment complaint.
The unattributed letter has warned to harm Muneer and his family if he didn't withdraw a Facebook post from August 17 that refers to the Taliban as 'an evil philosophy'.
Two sitting MLAs are pitted against each other in the constituency, which has the rare distinction of backing either League or its rebels ever since its formation