Tommy Thomas also says he was not aware of the case against the preacher until a few days ago.
The PKR preacher was sent to jail two days ago after the court rejected his appeal against a sedition conviction.
The High Court also extends jail sentence on Wan Ji Wan Hussin to one year.
Its president argues the Sedition Act 1948 was not used against Tunku Abdul Rahman when he sought independence for Malaya from Britain and that the same principle should apply to PBK’s quest.
Fadiah Nadwa Fikri says prolonged investigations by police constitute intimidation and abuse of power.
The prime minister says police investigation is normal when reports are made and that probe will not necessarily be followed by charges.
Those who knew the Tiger of Jelutong will be very happy that he has been acquitted of a sedition charge, for Karpal Singh was a patriot, a true son of the soil.
An emotional Gurmit Kaur says the verdict is cause for joy ahead of the fifth anniversary of her husband's death.
Federal Court says the introduction of the affidavit by Court of Appeal judge Hamid Sultan Abu Backer is not material in the appeal against Karpal Singh’s conviction.
Police inform committee members they are also being investigated under the Peaceful Assembly Act.
IGP says 58 reports lodged against the finance minister over his response on the PAS-Umno alliance.
Tehran is struggling with the sanctions imposed by Washington after US President Donald Trump pulled out of a 2015 nuclear deal between Iran and 6 major powers last year.
The RM1,800 fine will allow Fakhrulrazi Mohd Mokhtar to continue as Meru assemblyman.
The struggle continues against misinformation and sedition, which Malaysians must once again counter in order to preserve the ideals entrenched in the constitution.
Lawyer Sangeet Kaur Deo is alleging that the chief justice failed to protect judiciary's integrity in at least two cases.
The communications minister says MCMC is monitoring comments critical of the monarchy ahead of the rulers' meeting next week.
Lokman Noor Adam was held for investigation over a video on the death of fireman Muhammad Adib.
De facto law minister VK Liew says they are meant to make existing laws 'clearer'.
The prime minister says people cannot be faulted if they speak based on fact.
The minister in charge of unity and social wellbeing is expected to be probed over statements he made following the fracas at the Sri Maha Mariamman temple recently.
Eric Paulsen urges the Attorney-General's Chambers to act in a manner consistent with the government's commitment to human rights.
The Malay rights group says the veteran newsman and Koon Yew Yin have insulted the royalty.
The PPBM Supreme Council member says the PKR man is entitled to his opinion on the Oct 30 blog post on the Kedah sultan.
The Anti-Sedition Law Movement says it is no different than the previous government's action.