Federal territories minister reminds them of the oath taken before assuming their positions.
UPDATED 5.29PM | The minister also describes the former premier as 'dah tak betul'.
The PKR lawmaker is suing the minister for accusing him of talking politics in a mosque last month.
UPDATED 2.44PM | He adds the FT minister would also be guilty if he had spoken in S'gor.
Repairs will cover elevators, toilets and potholes, among others, says FT minister.
UPDATED 4.38PM | MP also takes Ku Nan to task for insisting that he made a political speech at the mosque.
'You can jog, cycle, but when you go to work you want to drive. Walk la.'
The opposition twisted his words to create trouble, says FT minister.
UPDATED 7.45PM | PKR CONGRESS | On closer scrutiny, the placards bore unflattering comments about him.
The minister responds to a woman, who raised the issue of public safety at a TN50 dialogue.
PKR leader asks this after minister moots idea to ban car parking bays in central KL.
FT Minister Tengku Adnan says all mamak restaurants have to do is clean and disinfect their premises sometimes.
Members who left the party are a disgruntled lot who cannot be trusted, says Umno sec-gen.
YOURSAY | 'Ku Nan is there for his loyalty, not his brains, and should be summarily ignored.'
Minister told to get his facts right before claiming there is a political conspiracy over food prices.
DAP rep Eddie Ng says inflation and the increase in goods prices are because of gov't policies.
DAP’s Sheikh Omar says such ludicrous theories should not have come out of a minister's mouth.
Gov't has helped with housing, roads and a school, BN leader reminds voters.
But a DBKL official says no procedure was breached in sale of the Bandar Tun Razak football field to a developer.
The issue of Umno deceiving PAS over tabling of Act 355 amendment bill does not arise, says Umno sec-gen.
The Umno sec-gen tells the opposition to not spin the issue in order to confuse the rakyat.
FT minister says he does not understand why the rakyat still doubtful on what the government has done.
UPDATED 3.15PM | 'Don't gamble your future just because you feel that you don't get anything,' says Tengku Adnan.
Organiser of the 'largest gathering of chefs' says this is due to a misunderstanding.
The Umno minister dares the DAP lawmaker to repeat the remarks outside the Dewan, so that he can sue her.
PARLIAMENT | This after Tengku Adnan says the MP was against development as she feared an influx of Malays.
Federal minister also predicts that Dr M's Bersatu will one day dissolve, 'just like Semangat 46'.
Nurul Izzah says KL's development must prioritise inhabitants, not greedy developers.
Tengku Adnan says the free petrol to motorcyclists was fully borne by an unnamed NGO.
'We've lodged several reports, and one officer from Jinjang police station said that the police can't do anything about it.'