Veterans facing problems or seeking help must go through proper channels, it says.
Over 3,400 people, including veterans of the armed forces of France and its allies, have been invited to the ceremony.
PAS candidate Mohd Nazari Mokhtar's call for Deputy Defence Minister Liew Chin Tong to be replaced smacks of racism and is intended to appeal to those who cannot accept a non-Malay in the defence ministry.
The incoming PKR president says he will meet with the National Patriots Association and assure them that their rights will be defended.
Rela's legal adviser Michael Wong says it is fine for PAS' volunteer group to wear the first uniform as long as it does not resemble that of the army or police.
The outgoing MP says while he understands the concern of the veteran’s organisation, any insinuation that veterans and armed forces personnel will not support Anwar is baseless.
National Patriots Association president Mohamed Arshad Raji says the LTAT board of directors must take responsibility for the 'ignominious dereliction of duty'.
The National Patriots Association says Education Minister Maszlee Malik already has enough advisers from his ministry and now needs those with real-life experience in different fields.
Ex-servicemen reiterate their call for an investigation into claims that the department of military intelligence worked to shore up support for Najib Razak ahead of GE14.
Patriot president says the prime minister, at a meeting with the NGO, urged its members to promote a spirit of solidarity among people of all races.
The National Patriots Association says the purported letter discussed internal security matters and foreign policy matters that should not have been shared.
The National Patriots Association says corruption in the defence ministry has been going on 'for years'.
Patriot group says opposition to him based on his race and religion 'has no place in today's Malaysia'.
The National Patriots Association says there was no time for 'intra-party bickering' about Cabinet positions.
The Umno vice-president says instigating emotions such as anger, sympathy and sadness among voters at the last minute of the campaign has always been Dr Mahathir’s typical political antics.
The National Patriots Association says its members are willing to become election agents at army and police camps to monitor postal voting.
National Patriot’s Association says the foreign minister overlooked relevant points in the analysis and chose to rebut only a few.
The Chinese government has created the Ministry of Veterans Affairs to take care of former members of the military.
Veterans group says many in the security service consider it an ignominious failure.
Veterans group says Malaysia is not at war, and that a proper duty roster could allow troops stationed at their bases to vote on polling day.
Its president Brig-Gen (R) Mohamed Arshad Raji, saying no one should doubt the organisation’s loyalty to the nation, challenges Hishammuddin Hussein to show the NS programme has achieved its objectives.
Persatuan Patriot Kebangsaan says it will be difficult for veterans across the country to travel to a single hospital for medical treatment.
They are among 70,000 armed forces veterans eligible to get RM600 to RM1,200 a year under Bakti Negara aid scheme.
National Association of Patriots wishes to see the government recognise the sacrifices of the veterans in defending and maintaining the independence of the country.
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