UPDATED 3.02PM | However, the Santubong PKR Youth chief had a brief phone conversation with his father several days ago.
N Surendran brushes off the challenge, saying 'we act according to our timetable'.
Let's have the evidence and details out in the open, says former political aide.
The issue is expected to be discussed by party leaders at meeting today.
UPDATED 5.30PM | He reportedly denies being linked to a PKR faction seeking to undermine Azmin, or being paid substantial sums for his video confession.
UPDATED 5.13PM | Saifuddin says that potential action against Haziq will be on the table at today's meet.
R Suresh Kumar points out that in his confession, Haziq named the PKR deputy president.
As for those asking Azmin to step down, the vice-president terms this as nonsensical.
UPDATED 4.20PM | DIGP Mazlan Mansor says there is no deadline because the investigation should not be rushed.
DIGP also rules out need to hire foreign experts to determine if the alleged clips are authentic.
Bersatu's Rais Hussin tries to set Syed Saddiq straight over the economic affairs minister's track record.
LETTER | There is a marked shift in the attitude of authorities after Haziq's arrest.
The slander against Azmin, PKR president says, cannot be met with more slander.
The deputy prime minister says she rejects 'gutter politics'.
YOURSAY | 'The wheel has come full cycle and the same charges are being levelled at his protégé.'
UPDATED 5.13PM | IGP reportedly says minister will be called in, while Hilman Idham says he will give statement on June 17.
UPDATED 12.30AM | 'Perhaps one day you will see lewd pictures of me like that,' says the prime minister.
The latest reminder comes in the wake of a sex video that is being widely circulated.
Hilman Idham says he will also file a police report over the allegations.
Minister slams video scandal, saying politics should be about ideas, not just 'sex, sex, sex.'
UPDATED 9.58PM | The PKR president condemns the sex video allegations aimed at his deputy Azmin Ali.
UPDATED 10PM | PKR will ‘continue to discuss’ what to do about the sex scandal, says the party president.
This follows acting president Mat Hasan urging the party to steer clear of the sex video.
Former PM adds that the question should be posed to the person concerned.
He also notes that he has spoken to several parties individually about the 'latest developments.'
The economic affairs minister labels this a nefarious plot to ruin his political career.
He maintains that the fundamental issue is enabling the underprivileged to access quality education.