Hamid Bador says police know where Nik Faisal Ariff Kamil is hiding.
The expose features international chains such as the Hilton owned Conrad Beijing and Waldorf Astoria, as well as Marriott International Inc's Sheraton and Le Royal Meridien.
Klang MP Charles Santiago also calls for another investigation by a third party.
It says all procurement of medication has been done according to the finance ministry's guidelines.
It is demanding an apology from 'The Sarawak Report' author for linking Jho Low to sultanah.
The DAP MP says Tengku Razaleigh Hamzah should not expect the PH government to cover up scandals or hide the truth from the people.
The DAP supremo says it is better for Putrajaya to make wrongdoings public than wait for the opposition to grill the government over it.
The finance minister says Anwar Ibrahim, who urged him to leave the exposes to others, has already been briefed on the matter.
The Malaysian Medical Association says if the allegations are true, the monopoly would certainly have raised the cost of healthcare.
An investigator who helps rescue children says giving them a curfew or even using high privacy settings on social media is not enough to keep them safe.
Veterans group calls on the government to act as the personal details of Malaysians may have been stolen, allegedly for electioneering work.
If you do a grand expose in public, as was done by Rafizi Ramli, you lose your right to protection and this is unjust, says Cynthia Gabriel.
Human Rights Commission of Malaysia says it has faced difficulties in obtaining information from enforcement agencies in its own probe into the mass graves.
Civil society group says as long as people keep silent and allow perpetrators get away, they will have blood on their hands.
The minister appoints lawyer to ‘exhaust all legal means’ against Rafizi following the untrue allegation.
In a system where the government can choose not to be accountable and transparent because it holds total power, we need people brave enough to continue taking the risk to expose wrongdoings.
Man claims he was forced to dress up as a nurse before being assaulted by a staff member, adding that about 150 boys have been sexually abused and sodomised over the years in the government-run home.
Investigations are ongoing into case of driver allegedly touching himself in front of a female passenger with a baby, says the ride-sharing service company.