Anis Syafiqah is alleged to have "damaged or undermined university interests, good name and harmony" by organising the rally.
Former PM says he has already gotten himself a yellow shirt.
Jamal had claimed incident happened after two men tried to ram their motorcycle into them.
Politics is behind the current situation in the country with unpunished acts of intimidation and poor governance taking the limelight, among other things.
Umno information chief says it is wrong to assume Umno masterminded Red Shirts movement.
Bersih 2.0 claims it had known much earlier that PAS would not be participating in Nov 19 rally.
Minister in the Prime Minister’s Department Joseph Kurup says better to settle disagreements with discussions not protests.
No provision under Peaceful Assembly Act (PAA) for government to sue any party for damages that had occurred in a rally.
Lawyers for Liberty head Eric Paulsen wants authorities to work with organisers to facilitate peaceful assembly rather than work against it.
Rally spokesperson says Dataran Merdeka belongs to all Malaysians and will not budge from stand despite advice from IGP to find another venue.
But DBKL has already informed organisers that Dataran Merdeka is in use for Merdeka rehearsals.
Students will not neglect their studies as they know their priorities, says Bersih 2.0's Maria Chin.
IGP Khalid Abu Bakar says #TangkapMalaysianOfficial1 rally organisers will have to adhere to the Peaceful Assembly Act 2012.
Nation’s top cop also says that organisers Bersih 2.0, must clearly lay out the purpose of the rally and ensure they do not break any laws.
Series of rallies to take place every two weeks leading up to the main event in October.
Rally called #TangkapMalaysianOfficial1 is aimed at pressuring the authorities to arrest and charge Malaysian Official 1, who allegedly embezzled 1MDB funds.
Nation's top cop says it is "not right" for Bersih 2.0 to hold a rally demanding that Najib Razak step down.
Red Shirts rally organiser Jamal Yunos plans to lead an assembly tomorrow afternoon “in defence of constitutional democracy".
The slightly slower sales of T-shirts and rally paraphernalia at the anti-GST rally yesterday was attributed to the low turnout of Chinese protesters.
Minister says Bersih 4.0 rally organiser owes Alam Flora RM64,955 while Red Shirts rally organiser owes them RM38,214.
Judicial review application pertains to the Home Ministry’s ban on yellow shirts and pamphlets at last year’s rally.