The syndicate is believed to be an international outfit based in South Africa which lures would-be drug mules by making lucrative offers on Facebook.
Police record statement about chat message after a dispute over investigation into illicit sales of cigarettes and liquor.
Case involves WhatsApp message to Jerantut district police chief after a dispute over an investigation into illicit cigarettes and liquor.
Police say 15 suspects had been rounded up over the May 3 incident on Jalan Klang Lama and all have been released on police bail.
Police will be asked to present a progress report on these 2005 royal commission recommendations, says Iskandar Puteri MP Lim Kit Siang.
They say although 2 police reports were made earlier, there were no untoward incidents when the authorities dismantled the blockade.
Minister Gobind Singh Deo says his ministry will amend laws if it becomes necessary following case of Sarawak girl killing herself after conducting Instagram poll.
Police urge people not to believe WhatsApp messages on suicide attacks planned in the two divisions.
Probe by IPCMC would show that "it takes seriously the public expectation that honour will be restored to the Special Branch".
His appointment took effect on May 9.
Abdul Hamid Bador says Special Branch personnel would only be there to ensure public peace and security.
It hopes those appointed to serve on IPCMC will be men and women of honourable character.
IGP says Special Branch officers are meant to ensure there is no trouble.
The head of UPM's Road Safety Research Centre says what works in Japan may not be suitable here.
Vice-president Junz Wong says SB officers can request to attend, identify themselves, but must not pretend to be reporters.
Traffic enforcement director Azisman Alias says they respect the decision of the transport ministry to allow cars to tint their rear windshield and rear passenger seats as dark as they want.
Police agree with the government's move to form the oversight commission.
In rebuttal to retired officers, M Ramachelvam says the current system of police discipline has failed the public.
After a year in office, the home minister says he will make internal changes to the police force and amend laws to make them less 'cruel'
The 42-year-old woman is said to have fled to Kedah.
The number of deaths in police custody, police shootings and deaths in detention camps has reached intolerable levels.
Ramkarpal Singh says Article 140 recognises that the Police Force Commission may require guidance and recommendations from an independent body.
The prime minister says police investigation is normal when reports are made and that probe will not necessarily be followed by charges.
International Medical University students were allowed back into the building following a sweep by the bomb disposal unit.