The plantation company says there have been no new development or land-clearing activities within its area of operations.
Malaysian Palm Oil Association chief executive Nageeb Wahab says open burning has been replaced with chipping of oil palm trees.
The number of hot spots has declined by 78%.
Forest fires in Sumatra and Kalimantan are subsiding now.
Saujana Rawang folk say this has been going on for the past six months.
At a gathering outside Wisma Genting, the environment NGO also handed photo evidence on their claims.
This follows the declaration of emergency in Riau province because of haze.
This as Malaysia presently has no extraterritorial jurisdiction, the finance minister says.
Toha's work often times goes beyond his scope as a policeman.
Most areas record API readings of above 100 as of 7am.
Malaysians appear to have accepted the annual haze exported by Indonesia and the indiscriminate logging of forests which will have long-term consequences.
The warning comes after air quality worsened overnight in Johan Setia, Klang, but haze levels dropped in most parts of Malaysia.
MFL working to acquire API tools so readings can be made directly at venues.
Among punishments considered by the government is use of anti-money laundering law.
Education Ministry says all schools are reminded to follow procedures and give priority to the health of pupils and teachers.
Lackadaisical attitude towards solving haze crisis caused lack of pre-emptive measures to regulate open burning, says UKM don.
However, cases involving upper respiratory tract infection take a dip during the past week.
Most areas are still well above the 100-mark level while Johan Setia in Klang is still reporting very unhealthy API readings.
More cases of conjunctivitis, asthma and skin rashes, but the national disaster centre says easterly winds are expected today or tomorrow to blow away transboundary haze.
Kuching South city council reminds the people on measures to cope with the air pollution, with the cat statue providing an example.
Satellite images capture 777 hotspots in Sumatra and 363 in Kalimantan.
The schools that remain closed are in Kuala Langat and Klang, Selangor.
These involved flights to Singapore by AirAsia and FlyScoot.
Several areas see a significant rise in API readings compared with yesterday.