The Home Ministry, in monitoring the paper, did not take any action. One of its senior officials, when contacted by phone today said the ministry is yet to consider other optional measures to curb the paper from circulation.
The Mnistry recently suspended the publication license of Suara Keadilan, the weekly newspaper of the Opposition party, after it ran an article that claimed the state-run land development agency was in grave financial peril (read here).
However, the party distributed 100,000 copies of the paper to newsstands over the weekend by exploiting an apparent loophole in the law, said editor Dzulkarnain Taib.
Two other newspapers belong to the Opposition also failed to obtain the printing permit recently.