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Here's the timeline for March 7, as our security forces step up operations in Lahad Datu to deal with Filipino intruders.
9.05pm: Ops Tayang which started at 2.30pm and ended at 4pm had concentrated on main areas such as Kampung Simunul, Kampung Bubul Lama, Kampung Bugaya and Semporna town.
8.41pm: Kuala Lumpur City Hall will give priority to ex-servicemen and ex-policemen to own the People's Housing Project (PPR) units as a mark of appreciation of their role and contribution to the country
8.29PM: Sultan Ibrahim of Johor today ordered Johor Islamic Religious Department to hold hajat prayer in all mosques in the state for the safety of national security forces personnel in Sabah.
7.33pm: Prime Minister Datuk Seri Najib Razak said today Sabah would continue to be maintained as a state within Malaysia and no one should dispute that absolute status.
6.26pm: Universiti Sains Malaysia will launch a donation drive tonight to help the families of the fallen policemen in Lahad Datu.
6.15pm Two of the commando injured in Lahad Datu have returned to receive further treatment.
6.14pm: Some political analysts regarded the Lahad Datu intrusion by an armed group from the southern Philippines as an attempt to create instability in Malaysia in the face of the impending general election.
4.54pm: A special security area covering land and sea in the east coast of Sabah will be established to boost the state's security. The area will cover from Kudat to Tawau and would be set up in Lahad Datu.
4.34pm: Umno, Pas, PKR and Parti Kesejahteraan Insan Tanah Air (Kita) in Sungai Petani, Kedah, lodged separate police reports against PKR vice-president Tian Chua for his derogatory remarks on the Lahad Datu stand-off.
4.30pm: Dr M said Malaysia and the Sulu sultanate should agree to put an end to the violence in Sabah.
4.09pm: Ceasefire only when terrorists lay down arms and surrender unconditionally: PM
4.03 pm: 5 battalions will be stationed at newly established special security area to safeguard Sabah: PM
1.41pm: PM arrives at Felda Sahabat.
10.34am: Prime Minister Datuk Seri Najib Razak will be visiting Felda Sahabat, today. It is not confirmed whether Najib will be going to ground zero at Kampung Tanduo. The media were told that the purpose of the visit is to look into the logistic, facilities and the welfare of Malaysian security forces.