I was not there at the mosque to listen to what the Sultan of Selangor had to say.
But according to the NST, Sultan Sharafuddin Idris Shah today "expressed disappointment over the action of a certain group of Malays who continued to question the positions of Malays and the Malay Rulers when these were enshrined in the constitution".
His highness made his remarks when opening the Masjid Jamek Sultan Abdul Aziz near Petaling Jaya.
Here's the rest of the NST story.
"It is on this premise that the Malays are held in high esteem and respected, (but) where are the Malays now?
"The nation has been a sovereign state for just half a century, and the Malays have begun to quarrel, lose their self-esteem and become discourteous due to being overly enthusiastic in grabbing power at the expense of the people and the state,"
Selangor Menteri Besar Tan Sri Abdul Khalid Ibrahim was also present at the ceremony.