The duo have alleged they were held for 4 days last month by Kangar police without being given a reason.
Refused refugee status, parents and daughters have been held at detention facility.
Human rights groups have also criticised the Trump administration's new rule and vow to oppose it in court.
The focus of the protesters' anger is a prohibition on a number of opposition-minded candidates from taking part in a September election.
PKR vice-president Zuraida Kamaruddin responds to calls by Perak PKR chief Farhash Wafa Salvador for Azmin Ali to be detained.
Perak PKR chief Farhash Wafa Salvador says police could have just taken a statement from him, adding he believes there is a conspiracy against Anwar Ibrahim.
Abdul Hamid Bador says he only told former police officer Md Ali Amir Batcha he had a right to pursue his claims in the courts.
A Filipino NGO says some of the women deportees claimed they were badly treated by Malaysian immigration officials.
The home minister says the authorities cannot leave the children unsupervised in the event the adults are detained.
The Immigration Department also says the two toddlers have been provided access to a children's playground and other needs.
Joint team from Immigration and National Registration Departments and Civil Defence Force raid 53 condo units in Kajang and residential area in Puchong.
Carlos Ghosn was arrested for the fourth time last week.
Brought to Malaysia when she was 14, she worked for two years without pay and then was kept in a detention centre in Penang.
With credible allegations of abuse, torture and degrading treatment of those held there, the civil society group says the detention of a child in such a place goes against international norms.
More than a dozen activists, many of whom campaigned for years for the right to drive, were arrested in May last year.
The home minister says those arrested undergo a thorough investigation process before a decision is made to place them under police supervision, detain or free them.
Suhakam and Suaram say it is not right to detain children under such laws and urge the government to probe police officers who use Poca and Sosma against children.
Amari’s son, Abdullah, confirmed the death on Twitter.
The court has extended her detention by 72 hours.
Carole Ghosn wants the Human Rights Watch to press Tokyo to reform its draconian system of pretrial detention and interrogation.
Activists say ethnic minorities can be detained for transgressions as minor has wearing long beards or face veils.
Carlos Ghosn will attend a hearing of the Tokyo district court after his legal team requested an explanation of why his detention has been repeatedly extended.
Beijing has faced an outcry over the mass detentions and strict surveillance of the mostly Muslim Uighur minority.
The growing case against the auto tycoon represents a stunning reversal of fortune for a man once revered in Japan and beyond for his ability to turn around automakers.