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1.45pm: Outside Stadium Merdeka - Business has been brisk for hawkers in the vicinity of the stadium. Mansur Ahmad, 56, says he has sold over 500 kebabs.

"Today, I made RM1,000," he beams.

Mansur has also set up a stall at the Kelab Sultan Sulaiman yesterday, where there was pre-rally gathering.

His daughter, Faeza Mansor, 28, who operates a soup noodle business besides Mansur’s kebab stall, says business has been unusually good.

She estimates about 1,000 bowls of soup noodle sold so far.

"My sister doesn't even want to mince the beef anymore. She is too tired to do it!" she joked.

Faeza is being helped by six of her siblings. 

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MERDEKA STADIUM as of 1.58pm
#KL112 : Peserta Mulenuhkan Stadium Merdeka. ADMIN DiTengah Padang Panas Mentari.. ::.kikiki.::
THE CROWDS Gathered for Today...

Yet we are still TWO HOURS ( 2 hours ) AHEAD of time yet we already have THIS MANY people?

Let's TEACH UMNO/BN how to "COUNT" today now shall we? :-)

100,000 at Stadium Merdeka for 'Uprising' rally

2.30pm: Jalan Imbi, Hang Tuah LRT Station - Despite the rally having begun half an hour ago, there are still many participants on the way to the stadium.

Many protesters dressed in yellow and green are spotted at the Hang Tuah LRT station. In addition, many Muslim participants have just started to walk towards the stadium after their prayers at the Albukhary mosque.

The stadium is about 1km from both the LRT station and the mosque. 

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LIVE REPORT: 50,000 in KL, crowd continues to rise ahead of rally

12.10pm: Stadium Merdeka - The 10,000-strong crowd has entered Stadium Merdeka and getting a seat to be seated.

About one third of the historic stadium has been occupied by the rally participants. Some of them blowing the vuvuzela horns and some of them shouting slogans such as "reformasi".

The majority of the crowd are dressed in the iconic yellow and green shirts, which represent the Bersih and Himpunan Hijau movement.

However some of them also wearing the red and black T-shirts with "Royalti" on it, in reference to the Kelantan oil royalty movement.

It is a multiracial crowd, many of whom are PAS supporters.

12.20pm: KLCC-Jln Ampang - The group has swollen to 10,000 and have reached Dang Wangi LRT station. As they march they chant, “Destroy BN,” and “There are no barriers, move on smoothly.”

Little India - Three pickups with ‘Medical Team’s stickers are seen accompanying the procession.

12.25pm: PWTC LRT station - Three Sabahans have spent RM750 each to fly to KL to participate in the rally.

Abdul Momin, 43, says this is the first time he is in Kuala Lumpur to participate in a rally.

"I come here because I want to show that Sabahans are part of the cause for change."

The former Umno member says he has joined Pertubuhan Pakatan Perubahan Sabah, which is led by Beaufort MP Lajim Ukim, who defected from Umno last year.

12.48pm: Pasar Seni LRT station - Slight drizzle starts as hundreds of Pakatan supporters walk towards the stadium. Most of them wear yellow and green.

12.59pm: Jalan Sultan/Jalan Hang Jebat - A 5,000-strong crowd marches to Stadium Merdeka, with some shouting "Bersih".

A few police on motorbikes are seen entering Jalan Sultan, the crowd responds by cheering. The police officers wave and smile at the crowd.

A participant in the crowd has a yellow vest with "My Name is Deepak" scrawled on it.

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