However, police say they are unable to investigate the case as the inquest into the fireman's death is still in session.
Federal Reserve Unit officer says his team was told to be on standby only and to await instructions from the Subang Jaya district HQ but that no instruction to proceed came.
Operations supervisor Badrul Hisham Salleh says he made the police report based on the ordeal Adib's colleague had undergone.
Depending on the outcome of the inquest starting Monday, the attorney-general will decide the next course of action or interested parties can challenge the coroner's verdict, says S N Nair.
The devotees opposed to the temple's relocation say they will be witnesses in another lawsuit filed against temple administrator K Chellappa.
The PPBM Youth chief says the demand for minister Waytha Moorthy to resign is not a Malay or Indian issue.
Saying these laws have been abused in the past and the potential for misuse remains, its president George Varughese calls on the government to respect its own election pledge.
It is time to realise that when we displace estate workers, the Orang Asli or Sarawak natives in the name of development and profits, we are destroying the only universe they know.
The Perkasa president, however, says this does not mean they will take the law into their own hands but will merely take action against those responsible.
Selangor police chief Mazlan Mansor says the reports claim that seditious news is being spread on social media.
Businessman S Kanagarajah says some of them are funny and 'if it makes them happy, let them be happy'.
He says racial and religious matters can easily trigger unrest and conflict and he hopes the Seafield temple issue can be resolved peacefully.
Judge M Gunalan rules against an application by three individuals to delay the implementation of a consent judgment.
The prime minister says those unhappy can challenge the decision in the higher courts.
Selangor CPO Mazlan Mansor says police expect to arrest more people and warns netizens against spreading false information on social media.
Well-placed government source says both the prime minister and Selangor menteri besar have agreed to let the temple remain in its present location.
He made the apology in the Selangor state assembly.
Minister Gobind Singh Deo says a full report on social media postings will be given to him soon.
The rights commission says the government has the power and resources to resolve such issues.
Police say 50 guards were hired on the day when violence flared ahead of the temple's relocation.
Police made several arrests tonight after the group of youngsters on motorcycles refused to disperse.
The prime minister says Putrajaya has ways to deal with such issues.
Priest Jeya Kumar calls for calm and respect following the two days of violence at the Sri Maha Mariamman temple.
Inspector-General of Police Mohamad Fuzi Harun urges everyone, including politicians, to ease the situation and not accuse police of not being present at the scene.
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