Brisk business at Kg Baru ahead of rally


KUALA LUMPUR: As rally supporters started gathering near Masjid Kg Baru, some have shown their enterprising side.

At a junction, a man was seen selling white "Himpunan Selamatkan Malaysia" t-shirts to cars passing by

Each shirt is priced at RM20, with some drivers asking if the rally is still on.

Meanwhile, a man on the other side of the road is selling mini Jalur Gemilang for RM5 for two.

Shops and stalls selling drinks, foods and kuihs are doing brisk business to people on both sides of the road leading up to the mosque as of 1.20pm.

The rally is set to take place at 2pm.

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