'If they fail (this November), they will keep on taking (BM paper) until they pass.'
UPDATED 6.43PM | Health Minister S Subramaniam says all dogs within the 10km radius of the rabies outbreak will be vaccinated.
Dr S Subramaniam says no report received yet on the incident but cautions the public against consuming unapproved medicines.
Minister says they can't deny the possibility of other diseases ailing the child but will wait for full report first.
The MIC chief is lying about not knowing Zakir got PR, despite being part of Najib's cabinet, he alleges.
PAS info chief says the gov't would have put in thorough effort before awarding the preacher his PR.
The North Korean's next of kin have yet to come forward to provide assistance on how to manage the body, says the health minister.
The ministry will await further instructions from the police on the matter, says Dr S Subramaniam.
UPDATED 2.20PM | The matter would hopefully be settled within the next three weeks, says the health minister.
Dr S Subramaniam says he was unaware of his cabinet colleague's intention to be at the rally.
This, if the process takes as much time as a 'normal' post-mortem, says the health minister.
'North Korea can reject or show disapproval. But we are doing things according to our law.'
'He himself made everything political by just being present at the Chettiar temple, and defending the silver chariot.'
Magazine notes Malaysian doctors are highly trained, and hospitals highly accredited.
This will cause greater disunity among the people, says Dr Subramaniam.
Dr Subramaniam says it is the responsibility of authorities to detain anyone deemed a threat to peace, stability of country.
However, minister says the government had yet to decide on the percentage of the new rate.
However like his BN colleagues, the MIC chief won't say what the agreement is.
This Sunday MIC is going to have its 70th general assembly. After Dr S Subramaniam consolidated his power by sidelining his predecessor, he is moving to another phase of transition as the leader of the oldest Indian Malaysian political party in the government of Malaysia.
However its president S Subramaniam says truce called, angry exchanges between BN component parties to stop.
UPDATED 7.25PM | 'We want to see them quit over 1MDB and GST', says deputy president Tuan Ibrahim.