They say the meetings were to discuss Pakatan Harapan's election strategy.
This comes as former menteri besar Abdul Khalid Ibrahim is set to contest in the state capital against either Khalid Samad or Azmin Ali.
Party treasurer-general Tan Yee Kew says PKR will take the matter up with the Enforcement Agency Integrity Commission if the police fail to act.
Shah Alam Umno chief says party's efforts to reduce the people's burden will ensure victory for Barisan Nasional.
PAS president says Islamist party will wield influence if it can win at least 40 parliamentary seats to help another party take charge of Putrajaya.
Former PKR Youth chief Ezam Mohd Noor confirms he will contest in Shah Alam parliamentary constituency and denies his presence will split PH’s support.
The Selangor PKR deputy chief says she has no choice but to accept the collective decision.
The PKR vice-president says further discussions of the issue is “nonsensical” since the decision has been made by the majority in the coalition.
PAS research head Zuhdi Marzuki says he is unsure why Selangor MB Azmin Ali offered PH chairman to contest this seat which he will not be able to win.
Its communications chief Khalid Samad says achieving this target would be remarkable as this is Amanah's first general election.
The Selangor BN chairman says opposition political leaders frequently change constituencies because of their failure to discharge their responsibilities as elected representatives.
PKR says it is supportive of former Kuala Selangor MP Dzulkefly Ahmad re-contesting the seat in the coming polls despite the likelihood of a 3-way tussle with PAS and Umno.
PKR Wanita chief Zuraida Kamaruddin is expected to be named as the candidate for the Hulu Langat parliamentary seat.
We object to proposal as we strongly feel any constituency should be kept to a maximum of 100,000 voters, says MCA man.
Ampang MP says voters will be loyal to PKR as she has served the community well and are satisfied with her service.